Due to the Corona virus situation, Knit and Natter is suspended for the foreseeable future.
You are very welcome to come and join a friendly group who meet to knit and natter and enjoy a 'cuppa'. Knitting is not compulsory but those who can, knit items for a variety of charitable causes. We have sent 13 pram blankets, 12 hooded baby blankets and 5 baby cardigans & hats to Maternity Worldwide, a charity we support which sends out NHS midwives on short term contracts and projects to Malawi, Rwanda and other east African countries.
Community groupEvent held in a Church Hall
Week Day Eucharist
In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Every Third Thursday at 9:30 a.m. for 30m
The 4.15 community is gathering. It'll have the same informal style. We're going to keep it very simple - we will talk through a Bible story and have an activity. The service is aimed at families with pre-schoolers and primary school children but everyone is welcome. It will be slightly different because of the restrictions. We're going to hold it in the vicarage garden, and this Sunday please bring your own picnic tea (drinks provided - individual cartons of fresh orange juice available). We do have picnic chairs but you may want to bring a blanket to sit on too. Please pass the word round and invite folks along.
Zoom meeting. Please contact John if you would like the link. Over the next four Tuesdays we're going to take a trip through the Book of Job from the Old Testament. It's one of the oldest books in the Bible. Job is the central character - a wealthy man with a large family. He's struck down with illness and poverty. The book is a conversation with God about suffering. Come and explore!