Rugby Foodbank Engagement Officer
Rugby Foodbank is seeking to appoint an Engagement Officer. Closing date: 20 August. Details of this job are available here:
Bell Ringing at Stretton
A team of ringers will be coming to teach anyone who wishes to learn to ring in Stretton Church. The group will meet in Church each Tuesday, commencing on Tuesday 11th September.
Please contact Peter Lewis (07796196435) for more information.
Help for Hedgehogs, Wednesday 29 August
Want to know if you have hedgehogs visiting your garden? You can borrow a “footprint tunnel” from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust to find out! The plastic tunnel can be placed in your garden, baited with hedgehog food and with some ink and paper inside. If hedgehogs are around, they will eat the food, accidentally tread in the ink and leave a nice set of inky footprints behind on the paper. Tunnels are free to borrow and will be available to pick up from St Leonard’s churchyard on the 29th August, when there will also be a hedgehog house building workshop happening!
Deborah Wright from Warwickshire Wildlife Trust will be at St Leonard’s in Birdingbury from 12noon on the 29th with the kits and instructions on how to use them.
Anyone wishing to have a tunnel please advise Karen Armbrister by 20th August and either make arrangements to collect from church on the 29th or contact Karen to arrange collection.
Stuart Townend performs at Rugby Baptist Church, Wednesday 19 September
STUART TOWNEND AND BAND will perform at Rugby Baptist Church on Wed 19 September as part of their Courage tour 2018. If you like “In Christ Alone”, “How Deep the Father’s Love For Us”, and “Beautiful Saviour”, then you’ll love this concert. Bring your friends! Doors will open 6:30pm for a 7:30pm start. For info and tickets (£15 each) visit http://goo.gl/4uxrc4. Any questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01788 570410
Celebrate @ 4
Celebrate returns after the summer on Saturday 22 September from 3.45pm, at Bondon Farm in Birdingbury
There will be home made soup and bread / informal worship and activities for all ages, celebrating great British farmers and produce.
Making Peace with the Enemy, Nuneaton Methodist Church, Tuesday 25 September
Jo Berry and Pat Magee will be joining us for a public meeting to be held on Tuesday 25th September at 7.30 at Nuneaton Methodist Church Abbey St Nuneaton CV11 5BX.
Jo Berry’s father Sir Anthony Berry was killed at the Conservative Party Conference in 1984 at the Grand Hotel Brighton. Pat Magee, a former IRA member planted the bomb at the hotel. Jo Berry and Pat Magee now work with the Forgiveness Project and they will share experiences and thoughts on Forgiveness and Reconciliation at the meeting. A speaker from Bosnia will also take part.