Big Brekkie was a Big Success Saturday 17th March at All Saints’ School.
Food, fun and fund-raising for Christian Aid. The final total raised for Christian Aid was a magnificent £723. Many thanks to all who attended, helped and contributed.
A collection of food and toiletries for the food bank at the Skelmersdale Ecumenical Centre is continuing.
They seek to give out food parcels which are nutritionally balanced. They are short supplies which make that possible. They’d appreciate donations of the following: tinned carrots; tinned mixed vegetables: tinned meat e.g. spam/ham corned beef; tinned chicken meals e.g. curry or chicken in white sauce; tins of meatballs; tinned spaghetti bolognese; tins of ravioli; tinned rice pudding; tinned custard; tinned fruit; sugar (500g bags);teabags in 40 or 80 packs; long life milk; dried pasta pasta ‘n’ sauce.
Appley Bridge Scouts need help – Could it be YOU?
The Scouts meet on a Monday night, but are short of adult helpers. They’d love to go for walks or to the baths but need additional adults to do that. If you could help one Monday a month, please contact our Vicar Sue or Reader Diane or email: email@example.com
No prior experience of scouting is necessary. You will be required to undergo safeguarding training and a DBS check.
Operation Christmas Child
Every year Appley Bridge All Saints’ is part of the Operation Christmas Child Appeal. People pack shoeboxes with small gifts for children who would otherwise have no gifts at Christmas.
A small shoebox can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is eternal. Be a part of changing children’s lives all over the world in Jesus’ name through the power of a simple gift.
Thanks so much to the many people who filled shoeboxes a to share God’s love and the joy of Christmas. Over 50 boxes were sent from our church for the 2017 appeal.