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What’s on

  • Thursday 23 October 2014, 7.30pm | Weymouth Bay Methodist Church, Melcombe Avenue

    Christian Aid - Underneath the Cold Road

    Elizabeth Peredo from Christian Aid’s partner ‘Fundacion Solon’ in La Paz, Bolivia shares her experience of tackling Climate Change with Stephen Dominey, CA Regional Co-ordinator for Dorset.  All are welcome to come and take part in the discussion on this important issue for our planet.

  • Thursday 23 October 2014, 7.40pm | St Nicholas

    Reading the Festival Scrolls

    Reading/discussion group on the Song of Songs (Song of Solomon) led by Harry Reddick. The group meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.

  • Monday 27 October 2014, 2.30pm | St Nicholas

    Women’s Fellowship

    A presentation on the Dorset Memory Box Library.  New members are specially welcome to join us.

  • Saturday 1 November 2014, 10.00am | Holy Trinity

    The Children’s Society Bake and Brew

    There will be a ‘Bake and Brew’ coffee morning from 10.00 - 12 noon to raise funds for The Children’s Society’s local “Waves” project.  Tickets (£1.50) available from Pat Reeves and Jenny Keates.
    Please sign the list in the Organ Transept if you can provide a cake.

    Every slice and cup sold helps make a difference to the lives of vulnerable young people.

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Harvest Festival Auction

Many thanks to all who helped with the Harvest Festival last week. The auction raised £180 for Christian Aid, and we sent a good quantity of goods to the Lantern Centre and Waves.

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Vicar’s letter for October 2014

“The question as to where God dwells is one that has interested religious minded people since the dawn of time. The belief that God dwells in particular places, and especially certain buildings like temples or churches, has been important to many. ”

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