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Church Services November 2018

Sat 3rd November
4pm Messy Church

Sunday 4th November
All Saints’ Day
11am Parish Communion

Sunday 11th November
Remembrance Sunday
11am Service of Remembrance

Tues 13th November
9.15 Holy Communion

Sunday 25th November
Christ the King
11am Morning Worship

Tues 27th November
Holy Communion

 

Dates for your diary

1st Nov 10.30am-3pm Holiday Club Methodist Church

3rd Nov 4pm Messy Church

5th Nov 6.30-8pm Kidz Klub Yrs 6 - 8 Methodist Church

5th Nov 7.30pm PCC

10th Nov 10-2pm November Fair

19th Nov 6.30-8pm Kidz Klub Yrs 6 - 8 Methodist Church

26th Nov 7.30 Messy Church Planning

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November 2018 Letter from Sarah

SarahFarrimondthumbNovember is a time for remembrance. All Saints’ Day on November 1st celebrates all saints, whether known or unknown. All Souls’ Day on November 2nd is traditionally a time to remember with those who have died, especially those who are known to us personally. And November 11th of course is Remembrance Sunday, when we remember with respect and gratitude those who have died in war. This year, as the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War is particularly significant.

Remembrance - or remembering is about looking back, taking note of where we have come from and the people who made our lives today possible. It is also about re-membering - putting back together something that has come apart somehow. Good remembrance must have an impact on how we live now.

As November moves into December we move from a season of remembrance into Advent and looking forward to the great story of God coming into the world to put it back together and to call us humans to co-operate with that too.

This comes with my best wishes and prayers

Revd. Dr. Sarah Farrimond

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Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)

As part of the centenary of the First World War the CWGC are working on a project to erect Commission signs at sites that contain war graves. A sign will be installed at St Augustine’s church in memory of Private Alfred Craven 45467. 16th Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) who died on 05 December 1918 Age 20. Son of Joseph and Clara Craven of Scissett.

Please make contact if you have any more information about Private Craven, we’d love to hear from you.

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The Friends of St Augustine’s meet about six times a year to arranged fundraising events for St Augustine’s church. If you would like to be part of this group please contact

Revd Kate Currie curatekate@icloud.com 07949850460

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