The All Saints Bit
Well the summer has rather come and gone I am afraid as we settle into autumn. A quiet summer with our regular monthly service which alternates between morning Prayer and Communion. We always think that 9.30am is a great time to meet up as it does not really get in the way of the day although the chatting over tea/coffee often lasts longer than the service!
By the time you read this we will have had our Compline Service which happens during the week at 6.30pm. It is above all a short service of quietness and reflection before rest at the end of the day so really does bring it to a close in a truly lovely way. The next one will be at Billingford St Leonards on 12th December.
Coming up in October we have a Christening when we will welcome Esme Rose together of course with family and friends. Then onto 23rd November when we have the Gary and Simon double act with Simon putting on a talk about the Royal Naval Division in WW1 and Gary will bring in a good number of items with WW1 history to talk about. So very much a date for the diary, as always there will be a Light Supper, Bar and Raffle on offer. Further details will be forthcoming.
Our famous Messy Church will be running in the Village Hall on 12thOct 10.30-1200. As those who have been will tell you this is great fun for the youngsters and a chance for parents to catch up too. The last one earlier in the year was an absolute gas. The theme this time will be Harvest and everything that is made will go up to the Church for our Family Harvest Festival service on 13thOct at 4.30pm.
To find out more that is happening in the 7 Churches Benefice go to: http://www.7churches.org.uk/docs/Benefice%20Newsletters/BNL%20-%20September%202019_Final.pdf
Church Lights.Driving down the A143 you will notice every so often that All Saints Church is alight, and without doubt it looks absolutely fabulous. It’s all about remembrance or celebration so if you have something or someone you would like to remember, or an event to celebrate let us know. We already have la ist of events and celebrations we mark with the lights and would love to light the church more often. It costs just £5 a night and the money goes straight into our Maintenance Fund from which we draw frequently in the upkeep of this Grade 1 listed 900 year old Church. If you would like the lights on please contact Sue Williamson 07855414941or myself on email@example.com. Payment will be needed before the night if you could please.
May I close wishing you all a bountiful harvest and a successful Conkerfest on the 28thSep