SICK and BEREAVED PEOPLE:
We hold 3 times a year a Sunday service with prayer for healing and anointing (in Advent, during the Easter Season and in Autumn), and 2 special Memorial services a year for bereaved families during a Sunday service (in November and during the Easter Season): for more information, look at the calendar of events.
If you want to be visited by the vicar or a member of our 'Pastoral Team' to chat and/or receive the HC, or if you just want people of our 'Prayer Chain' to pray for you, please, contact the vicar (cf. 'contact us'). If you have lost a member of your family or a close friend, do not hesitate to contact the vicar for a visit.
RETIRED and ELDERLY PEOPLE:
If you want to make new friends and have a chat around a cuppa, you can come every Wednesday morning from 10.30am to 12.30am to our 'Place of Welcome' (weekly free Coffee Morning). You can also develop your craft skills every first Tuesday of a month, from 1.30pm to 3pm, and come to our 'Open Door' activities (painting, knitting). For men, the group 'Man Jam' meet every Tuesday, from 1.30pm to 3pm (except the first Tuesday of a month, when there is 'Open Door'), around activities involving music (listening, sharing, playing). No musical expereince required.
Finally, if you just want to help us maintain the churchyard or the building, we have a monthly 'Work Day', including a good and copious free lunch, on the 2nd Saturday of a month, from 10am to 1pm: there will always be something adapted to your ability to do. For more information, contact the vicar (cf. 'contact us') who will address you to the right person.
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