Weekly Team Notices This Sunday –12 March Hardwick, 9.30 am, All Age Worship, with Revd Alison Myers & Clare Bigg Dry Drayton, 9.30 am, Holy Communion, with Revd Michael Langford Coton, 11 am, Morning Worship, with Ruth Bond and Gill King Barton, 9.30 am, A Service of Holy Communion, with Revd Rebecca Gilbert Harlton, 11 […]
All Saints’ Church Gift Day On behalf of All Saints’ PCC, a big ‘Thank You’ to all those who supported All Saints’ Gift Day so very generously in October, we raised £5458.02. Thank you again for your very generous support. If you would still like to give a gift, it’s not too late, please direct any […]
All Saints offered the community a wonderful range of family-friendly services over the festive period. Christmas really felt like it had started in earnest with the DIY Nativity on the 11th of December. It was a lovely occasion with the youngest members of our church family involved in an unrehearsed re-enactment of the Christmas story. […]
You will be pleased to know that the Nave Roof has finally been completed. After a much delayed start, with problems of all descriptions, we now have a beautiful new Cumbrian slate roof. The slates vary in length up the slope and also in width. As the tiler said, ‘It is like playing chess to […]
Mondays 10am to Noon
There was a very good turnout for Haslingfield Village Remembrance Sunday this year – 54 children and about 70 adults. The local Scouts, Cubs and Brownies paraded, Rev’d Becca led the service and Rev’d David Lewis preached. He told the story of two boys, one Japanese, one English, both living in Shanghai when the Japanese […]
Once again our Village Harvest Festival Service was very well supported by our congregation and the members of the Methodist Church. The church was beautifully decorated with autumn foliage and during the service the children (ably assisted by Richard Gilbert) made a harvest loaf. Those who attended brought along a wonderful display of fresh produce which […]
Photos of the beautiful 2016 Easter Day Dawn Service on top of Chapel Hill, courtesy of Jenny Gore.