Main service times
St Mary's: 9am
St John's: 11am
Rector: Colin Hopkinson (01268 542156)
Curate: Emma Wylie
Community & Youth Pastor: Julian Patching (07860 119450)
Parish Office: 01268 490400
Manager: Gaynor Carter (01268 490400)
Sunday 10th April 2016 at 7pm following Worship at St John’s Church at 6.30pm
All members on the electoral roll or resident in the parish and on a Register of Local Government Electors are warmly invited to attend the above meetings at which we will be appointing our Churchwardens, their Deputies, PCC members and Sidespersons for 2016/2017.
At the APCM, in addition to the Rector’s Annual Report, there will be presentation of Reports on the proceedings of the PCC and the Deanery Synod, the Fabric of each Church, the Churchwardens’ reports, the activities of church, community, youth and uniformed groups, submission of the electoral roll and presentation of financial statements and report from the Treasurer as well as reports on the many activities of our Church members. Please come and join us. For further information please contact Ann Sargent – PCC Secretary. firstname.lastname@example.org
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This month there is a day when we officially declare that we think mothers are incredible.
And for those of you who don’t think this is, or could be you, let me just say;
It is a day when we also recognise the importance of mothering, and personally, I don’t think you have to have birthed a child to be a mother…
Come and join us for a chat over a cup of
coffee and some cakes!
9 am till 12 noon
- Sat 13th Feb
- Sat 27th Feb
- Sat 12th March
At St Johns Church, Forest Glade
Everyone is welcome!
Nine months ago we started planning The Michaelmas Fayre. I advertised for anyone who could make anything to meet at my house on a cold January afternoon, and I was amazed that 12 people turned up and others who couldn’t come to the meeting also offered to make things. So we all starting knitting sewing, cooking and generally gathering things together. There were more meetings and more gathering and finally we came to the day to price all our items. We took over the coffee bar at St John’s and had lunch together then got on with sorting out how much to charge for our handmade items.