I would like to thank all those who helped in putting up the decorations today in preparation for our Carol Service and our infamous pantomime tomorrow evening at 6.30pm. All are welcome. There will be Christmas refreshments at the end so please do join us for a lovely evening. Please let others you know who come to our church as we would love to see as many as possible on this merry evening.
I must thank everyone who has donated to our collection for women who have suffered domestic abuse. We have had an amazing response as you can see in the picture below, and this was just what collected in one evening! Next week is the last week we will be collecting, so if you anything at all please do bring it along.
Our healing services are very special evenings. We would like to thank Judith for taking the service last night and all our excellent healers. Last night’s service is one of four we run each year dedicated to healing.
We have hands-on healing at the end of most services after the medium has finished at about 7.45 pm every Sunday. All are welcome to join us,
We would like to thank those who have donated so far towards our collection for women who have suffered domestic abuse. We have had so much we have already delivered one collection to the Policeman who distributes to them. He was thrilled with the response and we know there will more to give them soon. Our humble little church will do all we can to help them. Some of the donations the children wrap up for Christmas presents to there mums. Brings tears to your eyes.
We would all like to thank Ginette Foote for coming to our Church last night and for giving us an excellent service. Also thanking Piers for doing a grand job chairing.
Sue from our congregation has asked if we could collect for this cause. What a great idea. For the next few weeks, we hope to collect the following type of products. Shampoos, conditioners, shower gel, deodorants, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, cosmetics, face wipes and any secondhand books toys or games in good condition. These will be then sent to a policeman who will distribute to them before Christmas to those who are desperate for them in Alton. Just bring anything you can to Church and we will sort it.
We would all like to thank Jim for a memorable evening at our humble Church. It was lovely to see several new faces in the congregation who are so welcome. It takes courage to walk through the doors of a church you have never been too.