Posts from September 2015

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27th September Newsletter

by Terrie Smith

HARVEST WEEKEND Friday Oct 2nd 10.00-12noon we will be decorating the church for Harvest. This year the number of “decorators” will be down, owing to illness etc, so we really do need more help. You really don’t have to be expert at this, so if you can spare a half hour or so then please […]

20th September Newsletter

by Terrie Smith

HARVEST WEEKEND Friday Oct 2nd 10.00-12noon (prompt finish needed as funeral follows) we will be decorating the church for Harvest. This year the number of “decorators” will be down, owing to illness etc, so we really do need more help. You really don’t have to be expert at this, so if you can spare a […]

September 13th Newsletter

by Terrie Smith

THURSDAY COMMUNION Holy Communion is on Thursday September 24th @ 10 am in Church. The service lasts about 40 minutes and is followed by a cup of tea/coffee and a chat. It would be good if one or two more people, men as well, would join us for this “friendly” service. HARVEST WEEKEND Friday Oct […]

September 6th Newsletter

by Terrie Smith

MOTHERS UNION “WAVE OF PRAYER” SERVICE” “United in Prayer” Tuesday 8th September 10am St James Church Mothers’ Union expresses its Christian identity through its life of prayer and worship. It is this spiritual life together which underpins our work with families and communities. Everyday a wave of prayer goes around the world as members stop […]

Quest Holiday Club in the Downend Voice

by Terrie Smith

The highly successful Quest holiday club, which ran for a week last month, has been featured in the Downend Voice. You can view the latest issue here: http://issuu.com/downendvoice/docs/88_sept_pages_2015 on page 48. Pictures from the week have been uploaded to our Facebook page.

September 2015 Magazine

by Terrie Smith

The September issue of the Parish Magazine is now available from Church. This is Jackie’s lead article from this month’s edition. Several years ago I was having lunch with my then 13 year old grandson. I asked him if he was looking forward to the arrival of his baby brother or sister.  ‘I can’t wait’ […]