Posts from September 2019

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Fundraising Appeal Update

by Terrie Smith

Thank you so much to those who have already responded so generously to the appeal for funds for our Create 800 building project. We need urgently, collectively, to be able to pledge the repayments of a potential loan to enable us to complete the work in good time. If you are yet to respond please […]

Resound Shopping List – Harvest Donations

by Terrie Smith

This is the current Resound Food Bank Shopping List –  We will be donating all our Harvest gifts to Resound foodbank, please see the separate Harvest list 2019 and also ensure all donations have a long “Use by” date. Please bring your donations to the Church Hall where they will be collected and taken down […]

Silent Auction for Amazing Theatre Tickets!

by Terrie Smith

There is a Silent Auction taking place for four theatre tickets to see either Matilda or Phantom in London, or the Pantomime at the Bristol Bristol Hippodrome. The package includes an interval drink and programmes. Forms are available in the Hall on Sundays or have a word with Shirley Green, or leave a comment on […]

Season of the Talents – Update

by Terrie Smith

Our season is now nearing the Harvesting of funds and announcing how we have done so far. This will take place at the Harvest Service on Sunday 6th October so do please complete your forms and place them with your monies collected in the envelope provided by next Sunday so we can do a count […]

Parish Church Hall – Hire Opportunities

by Terrie Smith

Opportunities are now available to hire St. James Parish Church Hall, Richmond Road, Mangotsfield midweek, during the daytime either on a regular basis or for a ‘one off’ event. The hall has seating available for 70 people, a small kitchen, a stage, toilets, including facilities for the disabled and baby changing. There is also a […]

Create800 – Update

by Terrie Smith

CREATE 800 Church Reordering Progress 20 August 2019 THE BUILDING Work on the church is progressing very well although, at the time of writing, the interior still looks more like a bomb site than a place of worship. Having said that, most of the essential infrastructure works have been completed, including service ducts, drainage and […]