Webteam: September 2018
This year we are celebrating Harvest on the weekend of 22nd/23rd September. The focus of our celebrations is Tools for Self Reliance, an international development charity which recycles and refurbishes tools and sewing machines and supplies them to partners in Africa in conjunction with training programmes.
On the Saturday evening we are holding a Beetle Drive with a shared supper and donations are invited are for the charity. The evening will start at 6.30pm and all are welcome — this includes children.
Our Sunday worship will be lead by Rev'd Tony Buglass and as usual will begin at 10.45am and again all are welcome to the service and for tea/coffee after the service. There will be envelopes available for Tools for Self Reliance for anyone wishing to make a donation.
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