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Hayling Anglican Churches

St Andrew's, St Mary's, St Peter's

 

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Saturday 21 October

9 am to noon, St Andrew's - working party

to weed, garden and do a general outside clean up.

All help welcomed -

and also help with taking rubbish to the tip after.

Just turn up - with gardening gloves if you have them.

 

2 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's:

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Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Sunday 22 October

The 11 am service at St Andrew's will be

a lay-led service of the word

(with no communion)

followed by a Traidcraft stall

 

Monday 23 October

The Bible Book Club which meets at St Mary's

will be taking a half-term break

 

Tuesday 24 October

7 pm, St Peter's - concert by a St Petersburg choir Voskresenije.

Now sold out.

 

Wednesday 25 October

10 am, St Peter's - Morning Prayer (BCP)

 

Sunday 29 October

The 11 am service at St Andrew's

will be a communion with healing

 

Tuesday 31 October

5 to 7 pm, St Andrew's - Light Party:

fun for the family, bouncy castle, games - and more!

 

Wednesday 1 November

10 am, St Peter's - Holy Communion

 

10.30 am to noon, 16 Hollow Lane (home of Theo Tott) -

St Mary's coffee morning

 

Thursday 2 November

7.30 pm, St Mary's - All Souls service:

if you would like a loved one's name read out,

there will be sign-up sheets in the three churches

 

Friday 3 November

9.30 to 10.30 am, St Andrew's hall - session 1 of

CAP money management course:

see notice top right

 

7.30 pm, St Andrew's hall - Scrabble evening

 

Saturday 4 November

9 am to noon, St Mary's - working party

to tend and tidy the graveyard:

please come for part or all of the morning if you can.

Bring gardening gloves and secateurs of shears if you ahve them.

All help warmly welcomed.

 

Sunday 5 November

9.15 am, St Peter's - the service will be an informal all-age service

 

11 am, St Andrew's - the service will be an informal all-age service

 

Wednesday 8 November

10 am, St Peter's - Morning Prayer

 

Friday 10 November

9.30 to 10.30 am, St Andrew's hall - session 2 of

CAP money management course:

see notice top right

 

Saturday 11 November

7 for 7.30 pm, Northney Village Hall -

St Peter's Quiz night

Tickets (£10 a head, to include supper -

chilli, jacket potato, Northney ice cream)

from Karen Cutting, tel. 07962 116047

Teams of 8

Bring your own drinks, glasses and nibbles

 

Sunday 12 November

Remembrance Sunday will be commemorated in the

main morning services at all three churches

 

Monday 13 November

10 to 11.30 am, 9 Magdala Road (home of Judith Cameron) -

contemplative prayer group. All welcome.

 

Tuesday 14 November

7.30 pm, Jenny Gaffin's vicarage - St Mary's PCC meeting

 

Wednesday 15 November

10 am, St Peter's - Holy Communion

 

7.30 pm, URC - AGM of Churches Together on Hayling

with talk by Dr Carolyn Popham

on dementia-friendly Hayling Island.

All welcome.

 

7.30 pm, St Andrew's hall - Prayer and Praise.

Join us to pray about local and global issues

and sing songs of praise. All welcome.

 

Friday 17 November

9.30 to 10.30 am, St Andrew's hall - session 3 of

CAP money management course:

see notice top right

 

Saturday 18 November

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Sunday 19 November

The 11 am service at St Andrew's will be an Iona-style communion

 

Wednesday 22 November

10 am, St Peter's - Morning Prayer

 

Tuesday 28 November

7.30 pm, Jenny Gaffin's vicarage - St Andrew's PCC meeting

 

Wednesday 29 November

10 am, St Peter's - Holy Communion

 

Friday 1 December

7.30 pm, St Andrew's hall - Scrabble evening

 

Saturday 2 December

10 am to noon, St Mary's hall - St Mary's Advent Fair

 

10 am to 12.30 pm, the Ark, St Peter's - St Peter's mini Christmas market

plus crafts, cake and coffee

 

Sunday 3 December

Afternoon, Community Centre - Carols in the Community

 

Monday 4 December

7 pm, St Mary's - Advent talk: Notes on Blindness part 1:

Tim Wood will show the first part of a film exploring

one man's record of losing his sight.

Followed by time for discussion.

 

Wednesday 6 December

10 am, St Peter's - Holy Communion

 

6.30 pm, St Peter's - switching on of Tree of Light

(preceded by a short service)

Bulbs £5 each - forms from Karen Cutting tel. 023 9263 7353

 

Friday 8 December

7.30 pm, St Mary's - Christmas concert by Renaissance Choir

 

Saturday 9 December

2 to 5 pm, Northney Village Hall -

Christmas Table Arrangement Workshop

Come and make your own centrepiece

with guidance from Stella and her team

 

Sunday 10 December

4 pm, St Mary's - Christingle

 

Monday 11 December

7 pm, St Mary's - Advent talk: Notes on Blindness part 2:

Tim Wood will show the second part of a film exploring

one man's record of losing his sight.

Followed by time for discussion.

No need to have attended the showing the Part 1 on 4 December.

 

Wednesday 13 December

10 am, St Peter's - Morning Prayer

 

Saturday 16 December

2.30 to 4 pm, St Andrew's - tea and carols for the over-60's

Entry free but you need to get a ticket in advance

 

Monday 18 December

St Andrew's - Christmas Craft morning

 

7 pm, St Peter's - In the Bleak Midwinter:

quiet time with readings and music

to acknowledge sadness and injustice

in the midst of a season of celebration.

Led by Jenny Gaffin.

 

Sunday 24 December

There will be no morning services at St Andrew's or St Peter's

Please see the Christmas page for details of crib and evening services

 

Monday 25 December

Please see the Christmas page for details of services

 

Tuesday 26 December

There will be no morning service at St Mary's

and no evening service at St Andrew's

 

Wednesday 27 December

There will be no morning service at St Peter's

 

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Friday 5 January

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 20 January

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 2 February

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 17 February

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 2 March

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 17 March

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Sunday 1 April (Easter Sunday)

Services will be at the normal times in all three churches

 

Friday 6 April

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 21 April

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 4 May

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 19 May

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 1 June

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 16 June

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 6 July

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 21 July

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 3 August

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 18 August

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 7 September

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 15 September

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 5 October

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 20 October

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 2 November

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 17 November

1.30 pm, St Andrew's - film and tea for the over 60's

Entry free but donations welcome for local charitable projects

 

Friday 7 December

7.30 pm, St Andrew's Hall - Scrabble

 

Saturday 15 December

2.30 to 4 pm, St Andrew's - tea and carols for the over-60's

Entry free but you need to get a ticket in advance

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CAP Money Courses

CAP Money is a simple yet highly effective money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a cash based system that really works.

 

The course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so that they can save, give and prevent debt.

 

St Andrews Church, Hayling Island has partnered with the Hayling Baptists and Christians Against Poverty to offer CAP Money courses in our community.This service is completely free. The course is held at St Andrews Church Hall, Southwood  Road, Hayling Island PO11 9QD.

 

The next course will be 3 sessions, from 9.30 to 10.30 am on Fridays 3, 10 and 17 November.

 

Contact: David Smith on 023 9246 9563 or email furze.hill@btinternet.com.

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Bible Book Club

A Bible Book Club meets in St Mary's

on Monday afternoons from 2 to 4 pm.

New members welcome:

contact Jenny Owens, tel. 023 9246 5215

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