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What's on for Week beginning
18 - February - 2018

Chalice 08:00 Said Eucharist to the BCP at St Nicholas, Allington.
09:45 Parish Communion with refreshments.

19:30 Our Lent Course starts in the Church

prayer logo 09:00 Morning Prayers.

19:30 Mothers Union meets in the Hall- "Talking all things membership"

choir3.gif 19:00 Choir Practice.

prayer logo 09:00 Morning Prayers.
10:00 The Tiddlers Mother and Toddler Group.


Chalice 08:00 Said Eucharist to the BCP.
09:45 Café Church.
16:00 Mar Thoma.
17:00 Taize Service at St. Nicholas, Allington.

Large print Pew Sheets.
We have now been supplied with a few copies of the Pew Sheet in larger print. Please ask the Side persons if you would like one to use at the service.

Café Church
Next week we shall be holding our quarterly Café Church at 09.45 a.m. and we would appreciate your kind contribution of cakes or other refreshments.

Visit to refugee camps
A report by a group of our Diocesan Mothers Union has ben placed on the Mothers' Union notice board in the Hall. Please ask John Sweetman if you would like this sent to you by E Mail.

Porch Door
The cracked glass in the porch door has been replaced.

Lent Course
The Lent Course starts in Church on Monday at 7,30 p.m. The course is described as "Stories on the Journey-reading Mark and following Jesus". Please sign on the list at the back of the Church if you would like to join the Course.

Rev. Barry's Priesting
Rev. Barry will be priested on Saturday 30th June in Canterbury Cathedral (time to be confirmed and all are invited to attend. Sarah Lavender will be organising car share or a coach depending on Numbers. Please sign the sheet at the back of the Church if you are interested in going. Once we know the time, Sarah will contact all those interested to confirm if they are still available to go and arrange transport accordingly.

General Notices :

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I know that this only applies to some of us (me included) but the recent weather has made the grass verge outside the church quite fragile. So in order to give the grass a chance to regenerate and to avoid turning the area into a slippery patch of mud I am asking everybody not to park off road for the time being. When the Grass mowing rota for the year starts up again I will let you know and we can then, with care, resume using that area.

Thanks for your understanding,
James Lakeland

New Faces wanted
We have the following gaps in our array of things to make and do:
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To make happy sounds down at the pulpit end of the Church.

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 Winter 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..

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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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