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The Annual Giant Plant Sale & Art Exhibition. Info. 4th, 5th & 6th May, 2019.

The Annual Giant Plant Sale & Art Exhibition.

4th, 5th & 6th May, 2019. 10am-5pm

We will be selling all our usual favourites like Plants, Trees, Bushes & Bedding Plants etc at LOW LOW prices.

 

Refreshments will be available with a nice selection of Cakes as usual.

This year, as usual, we will have a Giant Tombola with some fantastic prizes.

 

We will also be putting on our Annual Art Sale where you can view and buy from a great selection of Local Artwork.

This year we will also have a Messy Kids Stall

 

 

Messy Church Craft Morning. Info. Sat 11th May 2019.

Messy Church Craft Morning. 10:30am-12:00pm. Sat 11th May 2019.

On Saturday we will be holding a Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat craft morning in church. All are invited to join in to decorate a large fabric cloak which when finished, will be displayed in church. There will also be colourful pasta crafts and biscuit decorating followed by refreshments.
Both sessions promise to be fun, colourful and messy so we do hope you can join us!

Palm Sunday Cafe Church Info. 11am, Sunday 14th April, 2019

Palm Sunday Cafe Church. 11am, Sunday 14th April, 2019.

All are welcome to join us for this special celebration of the start of Holy Week.

The children will be doing crafts and the coffee & cake will be plentiful, as usual.

Good Friday, Follow the Cross Info. 19th April 2019

Good Friday, Follow the Cross. 19th April 2019

Starts at 9.30am at Worleston Church and progresses to Wettenhall, Faddiley and Acton before finishing at 12.15pm at The Badger, Ch. Minshull, for lunch.
Followed at 2pm with meditation in St Bart’s Church, Church Minshull.

Easter Sunday. Holy Communion Info. 21st April 2019. 11am.

Easter Sunday. Holy Communion. 21st April 2019. 11am.

Fellowship Lunch. INFORMATION. Tuesday 19th March 2019

Jane Hough is opening her home for a Fellowship Lunch of Soup and a Roll to mark Lent on Tuesday at noon 17th March 2019. All are very welcome.

Jane’s address is “The Spinney”, Cross Lane, Church Minshull.

Messy Mothering Sunday Preparation Day

All the fun of crafts for everyone to create, specially for Mothering Sunday.
11am on the 24th March.

 

Messy Christingle coming on 27th January 2019

Messy Christingle

Christingle

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Fun for all the family making a Christingle (and eating it) to celebrate Candlemas.

On 27th January we will be holding Messy Christingle, where we all make our own Christingles with oranges, sweets, and glow lights representing Jesus Christ the Light of the World.

Our Offertory is for The Children’s Society, a Charity which helps vulnerable children and young adults.

27th January 2019 11:00am


 

Plough Sunday Info 3rd February 2019

Plough Sunday at

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New Horticultural Building, Reaseheath College, Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 6DF.

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For the College Website [Click] here
To see the Map of “How to get there” [Click] here
To eMail the College [Click] here

The Service is on:

Sunday 3rd February 2019 11:00am

followed by Lunch

Cafe Church 18th Nov Information – Pursuit of Peace

Our service continues the Remembrance theme, as it is such an important milestone this year and our quest for peace.

We are asking people in advance, to bring in memorabilia, photos, medals, or artefacts to form a focal point for the service.

Then we would like people to share their stories, of those who either fought in a war or conflict, lived through these times at home or abroad and what sacrifices have been made in the name of peace.

If you would like to share a story yourself or would like one of the cafe Church Team to read it out on your behalf, then please let Tim or Jane Hough know in advance via timhough@btinternet.com

We already have some artefacts and stories, but would welcome more from the wider community.

This promises to be a very emotional and reflective service with hymns and prayers that will all be based on peace.

Maybe you’ve not been to Cafe Church before and want to give it a try, please come along, you’ll be made most welcome.