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Tuesday 11 March 2014, 6.30pm | St Nicholas
Youth Church Goes Fun
YCGF (Youth Church Goes Fun) is a fun Church young people’s group open to all those in school years 5 to 8 and meets from 6.30pm to 8pm at St Nicholas’s Church on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month in term time. For further information, please contact the Children & Young People’s Worker on 07952 489756.
Wednesday 12 March 2014, 11.00am | St Nicholas
Wednesday morning Lent talks
The talk and discussion will follow the 10.00 am service of Holy Communion.
My Sabbatical Trip by Canon Richard Franklin
Thursday 13 March 2014, 7.30pm | St Nicholas
Open meeting for all during Lent of the Aldhelm Certificate course to discuss Christianity and Science. We aim to finish at about 9.00 pm.
Wednesday 19 March 2014, 10.00am | St Nicholas
St Nicholas at 50
The present church building was dedicated by the Bishop of Salisbury on 22 March 1964. We will mark the occasion with a special service of Holy Communion, followed by a buffet. All are welcome and encouraged to come.
Come to our 11.00 am talks and discussions after the 10.00 am Holy Communion, followed by coffee and biscuits.
“This year Ash Wednesday falls in March. The reason it has that name is because in the liturgy of the day we are marked with ash in the sign of the cross. This seems a very strange thing to do. ”