Saturday 7th December, from 9pm, The Big Sleep Out at the Golf Course in Maisons-Laffitte – proceeds to charity and to raise awareness of homelessness ❤️
Donations of books, bric-a-brac, marmalade, bottles for bottle tombola can be brought to church from Sunday 24th November (after the service) and during the following week (from 9am to 7pm).
Please also bake lots of cakes and other goodies (mince pies, cupcakes, brownies, etc.) for sale at our tea stand and cake stall, and bring them on Friday 29th or Saturday 30th (if possible, please include a label with ingredients).
Every year we have a highly popular raffle of themed hampers. Please consider making a hamper by yourself/with a group of friends, or contribute some goodies!
Do share our Christmas Fête poster (below) as widely as possible, and from our Facebook Page – bit.ly/ChristmasFete2019
Join us in the church hall this Saturday 16th November to help us mix-up the Christmas puddings, mincemeat (for mince pies) and marmalade to sell at the Christmas Fête! Just bring a sharp knife and an apron, all other ingredients provided! All welcome!
– From 9.30am: Pudding making
– From 1.30pm: Mincemeat making
Email Rachel Ischoffen for more details
Save the date for our annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 30th November, 10.30am to 3pm.
Send us an email (email@example.com) if you are able to help on the day!
Everyone is invited to our Harvest Bring & Share Lunch, a family-friendly time of fellowship & thanksgiving, on Sunday 13th October, at 12h30. Please do sign up so we have an idea of numbers, and please bring a savoury dish and/or salad/dessert to share and some toiletries or non-perishable food items for our local food banks.
4 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR OUR HARVEST LUNCH:
1. Click here to sign up today!
2. Bring some food to share:
– savoury food (eg. quiche, cake salé, cheese, ham etc.) AND/OR
– a salad (eg. pasta, rice, potato, vegetable, taboulé salad etc.)
– a dessert if possible
3. Food Bank donations:
– bring toiletries & non-perishable food (no rice or pasta please!) for local food banks.
4. Centenary Appeal:
– there will be a basket passed round for any donations to our Centenary Appeal.
Everyone is invited to a Welcome Barbecue on Sunday 8th September at 12h00.
If you can, bring a salad to share.
Everything else will be provided!
If possible please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP so we can have an idea of numbers
The church office will reopen on Thursday 5th September at 9h00.
Office opening hours this year will be Wednesday and Thursday mornings in term-time.
A new mobile number is available for the church office in opening hours: 07 67 07 77 20 (the landline number 01 39 62 34 97 now only rings directly in the vicarage).
Our office email address remains the same, email@example.com
We welcome everyone to our traditional 9h15 service and our informal Family Service at 10h30 tomorrow!
(Sunday Groups for 3-11 year olds and Youth Group for 11-18 year olds start up again on Sunday 8th September)