Diary of events

September and October 2018

Activities Dates   Venue
Regular Sunday Services - September + October

 

All Age Worship
This service provides a monthly opportunity for God’s family to meet together, learn together, pray and worship together with no one age group feeling that they are any more, or any less important than another. Children of al ages are encouraged to attend and to take part.

2 September

*7 October

 

10.30am

St Peter's Church.

 

       

Morning Praise in Church and separate children/youth activities

This Sunday morning service is informal yet orderly, often following the liturgy of Common Worship. We seek to be led by the Holy Spirit. At a certain point in the service  members of the congregation are invited to share what God is doing in their lives or a prayer concern if they wish to do so.

School age  children begin in Church but leave after the first hymn to join their groups. Pre-schoolers are welcome to go too as long as a parent or carer accompanies them.

 

16 September

21 October

 

10.30am

 

St Peter's Church

 

       

Holy Communion service  in Church and separate children/youth activities

This communion service follows the liturgy of Common Worship. School age children begin in Church but leave after the first hymn to join their groups. Pre-scoolers are welcome to go too as long as a parent or carer accompanies them. Children return to their parents in church in time for communion.

9, 23 September

14, 28 October

10.30am

St Peter's Church

Front gates closed on 23rd use back entrance to Ash Place

       
* Special Sunday Services -    

Baptism of Benjamin Wallace

1 September 12 noon St Peter's Church
Harvest Thanksgiving All Age Service *7 October 10.30am St Peter's Church
       
Wednesday PLAY CAFE (Parent and Toddler Group)      

Adults must be accompanied by at least one baby or toddler. All are very welcome to come for coffee, chatter and play. Plenty of fun… we have a broad range of toys, organised creative messy play, outside garden, a book corner, quiet space for the tiny tots, singing and story-time. It would be really great to see you, so please feel free to come along and check us out.

For more information please call Margaret on 01424 777011.

If she is not in leave a message and telephone number and she will call you back as soon as she can.

 

 

5, 12, 19, 26 September

 

3,10,17,31

October

NOT on 24 Oct

 

10am-12pm St Peter's Church Hall
       
Thursday Bell Ringing      
 

The Ashburnham Bell Ringers ring the bells at St. Peter's most Sunday mornings and practise on Thursday evenings. They are a relaxed and friendly bunch who welcome complete newcomers and experienced ringers alike.

If you would like to join them, please contact Sharon Hamby on 01424 892029, or email to hamby.frankwell@gmail.com


6, 13, 20 September

 

4,11,18,25

October

 

7.30 pm St.Peter's Church Tower
       
Thursday House Groups      
There are currently two house groups that meet each week apart from the second Thursday in the month. If you'd like to join a house group contact Catherine on 01580 881816 or email catherine@duggleby.com

 

6, 20, 27 September

 

4, 18, 25

October

8pm  
       
Thursday Hour of Prayer [monthly on the second Thursday]      
An opportunity to pray together for local and global concerns and to give thanks for the way that God works amongst us. All welcome.

13 September

11 October

8pm Church Hall
       
Friday Coffee Stop at the Pavilion   10.30am Ashburnham Pavilion
an opportunity to meet for a chat and a coffee [or tea] run by the ladies of the village.      
       
Saturday Men's Breakfast [quarterly]      

For more details or to confirm that you are coming contact Richard Hann

 

PETE THORLEY & GRAHAM HORSNELL
Project Manager & Administrator Matthew 25 Mission, Eastbourne
Will talk about
“The Issue With My Pants….”


The Mission in Eastbourne is a Monday to Friday drop in centre which aims to support the Town’s vulnerable people trying to rebuild broken lives. For example, those with addictions, loneliness, homelessness, bereavement, offending and other challenges – by offering practical help, support and maintaining links of compassion and friendship

 

A donation of £5 on the day would be welcomed

 

Please join us at Ashburnham Church’s next Men’s Breakfast and It would be great if you could invite some friends along too.

Sat 29 Sept 8.30am Ashburnham Place
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