Events

Communi-Teas

Sunday 20 October at 4.45pm

A group of us are meeting at All Saints Church on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 4.45pm, to enjoy an hour of friendship, fellowship… and Tea &Cakes.
This is not a fundraiser, just something we wanted to do.

Please come along and join us, even for a little while. There is an Evensong Service at 6pm. You are very welcome to stay for this or not, as you wish.

If you can’t make this one, the next Communi-Tea will be taking place on:
* November 17th

We do hope that you will come up to church on a Sunday afternoon to join us for Tea & Cakes. You’ll be very welcome!

Rotary Club’s Purple 4 Polio ‘Evening of Entertainment’

St Marks Church, Bilton on Thursday 24 October, 7.30-9pm

Join the Woodland Singers for an evening of music to support Rotary International’s effort to eradicate Polio.

Rotary has worked with UNICEF, the World Health Organisation, Save the Children and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

There will be a raffle and refreshments

Celebrate@4

Saturday 26 October at St Nicholas Church, Frankton from 3.45pm

Informal worship, suitable for all ages! Family-friendly with activities for the youngsters and a simple message for the grown ups.
If you would like more information about Celebrate, or to get involved behind the scenes, there are lots of ways you can help: theme preparation, music, technology, leading, prayers. Please contact Karen: karen.armbrister@btinternet.com

St Petersburg Choir at St Peter’s Church, Dunchurch

The renowned St Petersburg Choir will be performing traditional, sacred and folk music recitals at St Peter’s church, Dunchurch, CV22 6PE on Thursday 31 October.

Doors open at 7pm with the performance starting at 7:30pm. Ticket cost £10 (includes canapés) and are available from Dunchurch Post Office, Wanda’s (clothes shop on the green) or by contacting Sandy on 01788 810957. There will be a cash bar on the night.

Men’s Breakfast

Saturday 9 November at THE OAK & BLACK DOG in Stretton on Dunsmore

Breakfast is at 8.30am followed by the speaker, Paul Waddoups speaking about WWII, and costs £7.50 which is for full English Breakfast, Tip and Admin costs.  All men from the Benefice are welcome.

Please book your breakfast with Paulin 024 7654 2932 or Zena 024 7654 0449 before Thursday 7 November