Team Notice Sheet 5 October 2014

Posted on by Tania Birtwistle

MONDAY MORNING COFFEE at No 51 High Street Southwold. Come along from 10-12 each Monday and meet up with friends from different churches. There is a warm welcome and great coffee & cakes!

 

The William Alwyn Festival begins on Sunday 5th October at 6pm with a Festival Evensong with the Blythburgh Singers singing a Festival Commission and First Performance of Patric Standford’s anthem “Lord, how majestic is thy name”.  This growing festival offers a range of events including film, poetry readings and music in Southwold and Blythburgh.  Please see leaflets in church.

 

Growing in God – The Diocesan Vision for Growth Team are holding a Growing for God Roadshow at St. Luke’s Church, Beccles at 3pm on Sunday 19th October.  All are most welcome to attend. 

If you would like further information please contact Revd. Dave Gardner on 01473 298521

 

Autumn Fayre at St. Edmund’s Hall, Southwold on Saturday 25th October 10am to 2.30pm.  Bric-a-brac, books, craft, refreshments and baking competition.  Please do come along and support or donate items (these can be left in the back of your church, marked Autumn Fayre)– all proceeds to Mission Agencies.

Please being along your tray bakes for the baking competition in the morning.

 

Service of Light will be held at St. Peter and St. Paul Church, Wangford on Sunday 26th October at 6pm.  Please do join us.

 

SAINTS AND ANGELS: HALF TERM ACTIVITY AFTERNOONS FOR CHILDREN

Thursday 30 October & Friday 31 October 2-4pm at Holy Trinity Church Blythburgh

For children aged 4-11 (under 4s welcome but must be accompanied by an adult) £1 per child per session.  The afternoons will include; games, craft, stories, worship & reflection, as we explore the theme of ‘Saints and Angels’. Registration forms are available from Team Clergy, with poster and flyers in all churches.

We still need helpers so if anyone would like to help out in anyway please contact  Rev. Rich tel: 722 192

 

Diocese Centenary Celebration Service Sunday 23rd November, 3.30pm at The Cathedral to give thanks for the many celebrations over the past year – all are most welcome to attend.