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Below are some of the items from our Pew Leaflet:

Today’s flowers on the screen are in loving memory of Andrew Keene.
Those in the side chapel in grateful memory of Helen Whitfield – one time “superintendent” of St Andrew’s Sunday School.

Monty Pettit’s Baptism: you are all welcome to Monty’s baptism at 1.30pm today in Church.

Our Hall and the Village Planning Fund. If you live, work or are educated in the borough of Richmond please support our application for a grant of £45,000 towards refurbishing the Church Hall and the two other Ham projects. Preferably on line at www.richmond.gov.uk/village_planning_fund or by filling in a form available at the back of the church.

Open invitation to Deanery Synod meeting on 19 October at 7.30 pm at St Paul’s Kingston Hill. The speaker at this meeting will be Ian Christie, Kingston Area Environmental Adviser and a senior lecturer in the Centre for Environmental Strategy at Surrey University. His subject will be “Reducing our impact on the environment: a theological and practical response”. For any further information please contact Diana.

Our loyal gardening team needs more members.  Flower beds and borders need lots of attention and many hands will mean less work for all.  If you are able to help for a few hours each month or would like to find out more, please contact Sarah in the Parish office on 020 8948 7374.

Church Guardians – calling all current and anyone considering the role: you may have heard that Guardians will now be working in pairs for safety and support reasons. To ensure our wonderful church remains open at week-ends for visitors – and especially in the summer – please do sign up to the rota at the back of the church, and encourage your friends and family members to join you too (it isn’t necessary to be a parishioner to help with this). For anyone considering joining the guardian team, please contact Churchwarden Richard

To sponsor Flowers in Church for a family occasion or in someone’s memory, please contact Sarah in the Parish Office.

 

025-st-andrewsTrees outside church