Please use the response form to give us feedback on topics raised in the MAP consultation document and place in the box at the back of church before 12 November Alternatively, do speak to Alice or members of the PCC who are wearing name badges.
Sunday 14 October, 6:30pm: Songs of Praise and Celebration, please take a leaflet and return your forms by 8 October to nominate a hymn and contribute a memory. Order of Service, wine and refreshments.
On 27 October we will be meeting between 9:30am and 1pm to clear up the church yard, particularly its WW1 graves, in readiness for the WW1 Centenary events on 10th and 11th November. Please join us and speak to Richard for more details.
“Link to Hope” leaflets and shoeboxes are available at the back of the church and in the hall. Please look at the list of relevant suggestions for either a family or elderly person. Filled boxes need to be returned BY THE END OF OCTOBER to the hall or church as they have to be at the nearest collection point by 6 November.
Forthcoming Welcome Wednesdays will be 3 & 17 October, 7 & 21 November and 5 December.
Forthcoming Welcome Wednesdays will be 3 & 17 October, 7 & 21 November and 5 December. Please note that the session on 19 September has been cancelled due to the installation of the new heating system.
The next Mothers’ Union meeting is at 2pm on Wednesday 10 October when Liz will present ‘In Mary Sumner’s Footsteps’
Extended choir: we will be starting practices on Thursday 1 November at 8pm for three services: the ‘Remembered’ service on 10 November, the Advent service on 2 December and the carol service on 16 December. Anyone interested in joining please contact Jenny.
The next open Deanery Synod meeting is on 18 October at St Paul’s, Hook with Rev’d Tim Goode, the Diocesan Disability Adviser. 7.30pm for 8pm. All welcome.
Rev’d Nicholas Roberts’ book, Addiction and Pastoral Care, has been published by Canterbury Press and is now available as hard copy or electronic.
If you are renewing your home insurance before 31 December, please consider the UK’s most trusted home insurer, Ecclesiastical who will donate £130 to St Andrew’s if you take out a new home insurance policy with them. Tel: 0800 783 0130, www.ecclesiastical.com/Trust130 or see the poster at the back of church for more information.