Author: Carole Powlson (page 4 of 6)

February 2018

2018 Feb. for website

Past Event: Lent Groups

The Lent Group Gatherings  held at the URC  were successful and well attended.  Thanks to the clergy who in turn presented each week so ably.

 

Past Event: Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Pray Together : THAT ALL MAY BE FREE is the title of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  There were  services during the week from 18 – 25 January when congregations of all the churches  joined together.

2018 January newsletter

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Past Event: Christingle Service

Our Family Christingle Service was held on Sunday 7th January 2018 at 10am.  The Christingle Service was held in the Glenorchy Centre and was quite informal as we sat around the tables making our christingles as part of the service.  It was a joy to make the christingles together and learn what each of the symbols represent.

Past Event: 2017 Christmas Church Bazaar

On Saturday 18th November we held our Christmas Bazaar  in the Memorial Hall.  A considerable amount of hard work had gone into preparing the lovely stalls and it was great that so many people came to support us – we met up with old friends and met new people.   £962 was raised for church funds.

December 2017 Newsletter

2017 December for website

Past Event: Folk Carol Service

On Friday 5th January 2018, by popular request, we held our third Folk Carol Service.   The service made a lovely start to the new year and it was lovely that so many people were able to join us.  Please read the short report in our February newsletter.

Past Event: Christmas Dinner

There was a good turnout for the Christmas dinner (cooked by the men of the church) and everyone enjoyed the meal.  Thanks to all who helped in any way.

Past Event: Christmas Day Celebration

On Christmas Day we held a joint service with our friends from the Wellspring Church and  how lovely it was that we could come together again for the celebration service.  Thanks to Camilla and Kevin who led the service and to Paul who played for the hymns.  A wonderful start to Christmas Day.

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