Webteam: August 2017
Harvest Thanksgiving — Sunday 10th September 2017 at 10.00 am
This year we celebrate our Harvest Thanksgiving in our 150th Anniversary year.
Our Harvest Worship at 10.00 am will be led by Rev'd John Taylor BTh.
Everyone is welcome to come and share this time of thanksgiving for all the good gifts we can so easily take for granted each day.
After our service the Harvest produce will be sold. Proceeds of sale normally go to a charity and this year we are supporting the charity Child Action Lanka which helps disadvantaged children in Sri Lanka. One of our members, Annie Smith, has recently been out to Sri Lanka with a party of students from Lancaster University where she is studying medicine. They went out with the charity to help disadvantaged children many of whom live on the streets.
All are welcome to join with us for our Harvest Worship at 10.00 am.
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