Tea & Chat

Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month come and join us in St Matthew’s Church Hall. Please join us for a cup of tea, home-made cake and conversation twice a month on Thursday afternoon.

We are very informal and friendly and have a varied programme of activities which may include fun quizzes, board game afternoons, seasonal craft activities, beetle drives etc and guided reminiscence sessions from the Alive! Group.

We generally cater for the more senior members of the community but anyone who is free on Thursday afternoon is very welcome.

This week: Easter Crafts Afternoon

If you would like to come or know anyone who would like to join us please contact Jackie or the church office. Lifts can be arranged.

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Tea & Chat

Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month come and join us in St Matthew’s Church Hall. Please join us for a cup of tea, home-made cake and conversation twice a month on Thursday afternoon.

We are very informal and friendly and have a varied programme of activities which may include fun quizzes, board game afternoons, seasonal craft activities, beetle drives etc and guided reminiscence sessions from the Alive! Group.

We generally cater for the more senior members of the community but anyone who is free on Thursday afternoon is very welcome.

This week: Pancake Party

If you would like to come or know anyone who would like to join us please contact Jackie or the church office. Lifts can be arranged.

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Christmas Morning Service

A fun Christmas celebration for all ages, with Holy Communion.
Leader & President: Revd Ian Tomkins
Preacher: Revd Richard Pendlebury
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Carols by Candlelight

A candlelit service for everyone with traditional hymns and the Christmas story, followed by mince pies and mulled cider.

Make sure you arrive early to get a seat!
Leader: Revd Ian Tomkins
Preacher: Revd Richard Pendlebury

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