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What's on for Week beginning
18 - November - 2018
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08:00 Said Eucharist to the BCP at St Nicholas, Allington..
09:45Parish Communion followed by refreshments in the Hall.
15:00 A Baptism.


prayer logo 09:00 Morning Prayers.

19:30 Mothers' Union meets in Hall with talk by Marlene Parks about the former Maidstone Zoo. This is an open meeting so all welcome.

choir3.gif 19:00 Choir Practice.

09:00 Morning Prayers.
10:00 The Tiddlers Mother and Toddler group meet in the Hall.

19.30 Bangers and Beer evening at St. Nicholas Church Hall.

08:00 Said Eucharist to the BCP.
09:45 Café Church in the Hall.
16:00-20:00 Mar Thoma.

General Notices :

scrollbook.gif Bible Project
Following the well-attended course on the Old Testament, further sessions will be held at St. Nicholas Church on Tuesday evenings on the 27th of November at 19:30. Also Friday morning 19/10,23/11 at 10:00. Full details are given on the leaflet at the back of the Church.

glory.gif St. Andrew's Day
We shall be celebrating our Patronal Festival on Friday 30th November with a Communion Service at 7.00 p.m. followed by a Fish and Chip Supper. Please put your names on the list on the Porch Notice Board if you would like to order supper.

.jpgWinter Shelter
Volunteers are now being sought to take part in the Churches' Winter Shelter Schema which will commence on 21st December. Details on how to apply are given on our Church Notice Board. Applications to take part must be made by 23 November and can best be made through the shelter website at maidstoneshelter.org.uk. A box for donations of non-perishable food or toiletries has been placed at the back of the Church.

New Faces wanted
We have the following gaps in our array of things to make and do:

CLEANERS.gifChurch Cleaning Rota
If anyone would like to join the Church Cleaning Rota which usually comes around about once every six weeks, please speak to Trina Lomas.

choir31.gif Choir
To make happy sounds down at the pulpit end of the Church.

choir31.gif Flower arranging.
Contact Jean Sweetman (01622 728233) if you feel able to help in keeping our Church looking attractive.

coffee.gif Refreshments after Services
We would very much welcome some more volunteers to serve refreshments after our 9.45 a.m. services on the third and fourth Sunday of each month and on other special occasions i.e. the Summer Festival. Please contact Liz Deane or John Sweetman if you can help.

scrollbook.gif Lesson Reading
Will anybody who would like to join the list of Readers or Intercessors please let John (01622 728233) or Jean Sweetman know..

choir31.gif Gift Aid
There are envelopes in the pews for use by those who wish to 'Gift Aid' their donation to the Church and are not part of our weekly envelope scheme.

A Chalice Home Visiting
If you know of someone in need of a home visit or other pastoral care then please fill in a request slip (At the back of the Church)and give it to John Sweetman (01622 728233) .

Alert Be Aware!
Please make sure that there are no unattended collection plates or handbags during the times when the Church is open.

St Andrew's Church has a reputation for friendliness and warmth. We look forward to welcoming you to our services and social events. Please make a note in your diary of those that you find of interest. Tell us Of any events you want added to the Calendar and remember to check ahead for important dates.

If you wish to recieve the weekly notices by Email then please contact either John Sweetman (01622 728233) or a Church Warden for more details.

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