Christmas 2019

We had all sorts of events and activities over the festive season.  Here are just a few pictures of some of these events.

Diamond Anniversary weekend

As part of our Diamond Year celebrations we had a weekend at which the President ( Revd Michaela A Youngson) and the Vice President (Bala Gnanapragasam) of the Methodist Conference were our guests of honour.  On the Saturday we had and afternoon tea meeting at which Bala spoke about their travels and on the Sunday Michaela preached the sermon.

Diamond Dinner March 2019

As part of our Diamond Year celebrations we hosted a dinner for representatives from the many community groups that use our building to say thanks for all that they do for the local area.

Church Christmas decorations 2018

A number of individuals put a lot of effort into decorating the church for the Christmas season.  Here are some photos celebrating their efforts.

Messy Church Christingle: December 2018

On the 8th of December we had lots of fun with a Messy Church Christingle, lots of crafts, songs, food and of course Christingles.

Lite & Life: October 2018

On Sunday the 28th of October we had a celebration of light and life.  There were lots of fairy lights and lights in jars, a lighted labyrinth a fire pit and chimera.  Fun, games and food and lots of praise.  Here are some pictures of the event.

Messy Church Picnic: September 2018

This picnic and a science theme with experiments and challenges.

Christmas 2017

 Over the Christmas season there have been a wide variety of events ranging from various family focused times, such as the Christingle evening and the family Carol service which were full of activity to the quiet contemplative midnight service.  Something for everybody.

Fun Day 2017

On Saturday the 10th of June we had our annual community Fun Day.  There were lots of activities, games and crafts.  There was plenty of refreshments, tea coffee and cakes plus a barbecue.  All free!  After a damp week the day was warm and sunny and it was great to see famlies, friends and visitors relaxing on the grass and enjoying themselves.




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