Homemead Residential Home for the Elderly. Short ServiceDate: Monday 2nd September 2019Time: 10:30amLocation: Description: Homemead is a residential home for the elderly particularly with some form of dementia. St. Peter and St. Paul has for years gone in on a monthly basis the first Monday of the month meeting there at 10.25am for a short service which is 10.30am till 11am. We sing hymns and chat with the residents.
First Wednesday Club. Topic: Taking Stock of the Welcome Survey: how invitational are we? Bring your own packed lunch, and a friend. Tea/coffee providedDate: Wednesday 4th September 2019Time: 12:45pmLocation: Mina Hogan RoomDescription: Welcome Survey. This parish has been asked to participate in a national Church of England pilot project to help parishes reflect on the quality of their welcome. Regular members of the congregation are asked to invite a friend to come to church and then fill in a simple questionnaire. Invitation cards and questionnaires are available at the back of church and online: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=156027153122. If possible, we would really appreciate questionnaires completed by early September.
A Personal Introduction to the Bible: Supper Talk by Joe Moffatt. Seeing the Bible as a LibraryDate: Tuesday 17th September 2019Time: 7:30pmLocation: St Mary's Parish HallDescription: Supper Talk. Tuesday 17 September. St Mary's Parish Hall. 7.30pm. 'A Personal Introduction to the Bible' by Joe Moffatt. This is the first of four Bible Talks by Joe:
Tuesday 17 September Seeing the Bible as a Library
Tuesday 8 October Understanding the Old Testament
Tuesday 15 October Understanding the New Testament
Tuesday 22 October Not a book for bashing - using the Bible wisely
The October sessions will all start at 8.00pm (drinks only). Please book via email (with dietary requirements): email@example.com or sign-up at back of church.
Peace Service with St Mary & St Peter's School Choir and the Fellowship of ReconciliationDate: Sunday 22nd September 2019Time: 9:45amLocation: St Peter & St Paul ChurchDescription: In partnership with The Fellowship of Reconciliation and St Mary's & St Peter's School Choir, Father Azariah will be holding a Peace Sunday Service on Sunday 22 September, 9.45am, St Peter & St Paul's Church. This thoughtful and reflective service will promote peace; through reflection, hymns and activities we will look at better understanding peace in contemporary Britain. All donations raised will support practical and creative peace-making in areas of conflict around the world. Please come and join us.