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Sunday 24th September
10.45 am Family Communion for Harvest Festival. This joyous service will be led by Reader Diane and will include activities for children and families. Rev’d John Mountain will preside at Holy Communion, and the church will be beautifully decorated for harvest. The photos below from previous years give you an idea of how the church will look.
It’s a really special time when we say thank you to God for all we have and we think of the needs of others who don’t have so much. It’s a really special service – don’t miss it!
24th September 12.30 pm – The Meadows History Walk.
After the Harvest Festival celebrations, we meet at All Saints’ car park for 1 hour ramble to the Meadows followed by refreshments to learn more of its history and plans for restoration. We hope other community groups will be joining us. This is a great event to invite friends and family to attend.
Tickets for our annual Harvest Supper on Monday 25th September 7.15 for 7.30pm in All Saints’ School are now on sale.
The evening will feature a delicious fish and chip supper, fellowship, fun and a fine quiz, a raffle and an auction of harvest produce. Please bring you own drinks. Donations of raffle prizes are invited. Advance booking is required for catering purposes. Tickets costing £7.00 available from Margaret Baker at church or can be reserved from our contact email: email@example.com
All proceeds for the evening go to the Bishop’s Harvest Appeal which this year is supporting a Christian Aid project working with coffee farmers in Burundi and a great project, called Tree Aid, to help poor families to plant trees to generate income and protect the environment in deforested areas of Africa. Click on the link to find out more.
Welcoming Children and Families at All Saints’
In response to a suggestion from families, the back room at church has been cleared to make a space to use as a creche or breakout room with some toys and facilities – if children under 4 become restless during a service, parents are welcome to take them into the adjoining room. Parents will need to supervise their children in this area.
There is also a children’s area at the back of church. Children are invited to use the colouring sheets and magazines and to take them home if they wish to do so.