Team News 7 November

Posted on by Tania Birtwistle

Rev. Alan completed his ‘Walk with Amal’ last Friday which was a most remarkable and memorable experience. Please would you pass him any sponsor monies so that they can be sent to our nominated charity ‘Hope and Aid Direct’.  Please make any cheques payable to ‘PCC of Reydon’.  Thank you for your support.

Thursday 11th November – Act of Remembrance will take place at 11am at the War Memorial in Southwold.

The Ladies fellowship will be visiting each church in the Sole Bay Team ministry to pray for each community, church family and individuals. We will meet at 2.30pm on Nov 17 – Wangford       Nov 24 – Walberswick    Dec 1 – tea and mince pies, Church Rooms, Reydon. Please join us to pray. For more information or prayer requests contact Suzzie Godfrey 0753951375

20th November – Quiet Day organised by The Sole Bay Team at Belsay Bridge, Ditchingham, led by Revd. Paul Nelson. Come and join us for a quiet day of reflection, prayers and contemplation. Cost is £30 which includes morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea To reserve your place please contact our Team Administrator, Tania tel: 01502 724 115 or email When your place has been confirmed you will be asked to pass payment to Revd. Simon or Revd. Alan. There are 30 places available, once these have been allocated a waiting list will be generated. Own transport is required or car share.

Saturday 27th November 11am – 3.30pm – The Blythburgh Church Christmas Market Please do come and visit to buy hand crafted seasonal gifts from local producers, refreshment available. 

Christians Together invite you to join the singing or band playing outside the URC on Light Switch on, Saturday 27th November. This is an outside performance with words being projected onto the URC. Carols will be sung from 4.15 to 4.45, and again from 5.15. Rehearsals are being arranged so if you are interested please contact Margaret for singing, and Charity for band

Friday 3rd December – Sleepover in St Edmunds to raise money to support the homeless. Access Community Trust run two projects in Lowestoft to help homeless people.  In the cold winter this work is vital.  By popular request we are holding a sleepover in St Edmunds on the night of Friday 3rd December.   If you would like to sleepover you are welcome.  If you would like to sponsor the sleepers that would be great.  Any donations can be made via St Edmunds PCC in an envelope marked for Access Sleepover. There will be a sign up sheet for sleepers and sponsors in St Edmunds.