Tea & Chat Activities

On every fourth Thursday of the month, people can come and play various board games e.g. scrabble, chess, draughts, maybe jigsaws etc. We also hope that people will bring along any craft projects they are making such as knitting, crochet, sewing, embroidery, with the idea that they can get on with their making while sharing creating ideas and possibly helping each other with ‘knotty’ problems etc.

This if for the people who already come to Tea & Chat but if there are younger people who are free on Thursday afternoons who would like to come and be sociable and join in these activities please do come. There will be tea and cake as usual.

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Tea & Chat

Aimed at more senior members of the congregation and neighbourhood, we are meeting in the afternoon of (usually) the second Thursday of each month. We are just having a get together with tea and cakes with perhaps a small quiz or activity too.

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

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Morning Worship

Colossians: The supremacy of Christ
Leader & Preacher: Richard Pendlebury
All-age Slot: John Stilwell
Colossians 1:15-23Open Link in New Window & John 14:6-11Open Link in New Window

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Reader 1: Shirley Gorst
Reader 2: Kevin Froud
Intercessions: Jeanette P
Prayers: Julia D / Andrew L
Sound: Andy Hogg
Projector: Vanessa C

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The Well

A quiet space once a month on Sunday evenings open to anyone to come and meet, listen and draw closer to God through readings, meditations, music and pictures.

During May, June and July 2015 the theme is ‘Encouragement.’ We will be looking at how the apostles encouraged the followers in the early church, great encouragers of our time, and how we encourage each other at St Matthews.

This month: We all need encouragement.

For more information please speak to Ann Baker, Jo Hopkins, Ruth Pitter or Jeanette Plumb.

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