School Visits and Carol Service

We look forward to welcoming the Year 3 classes from Angel Road School when they visit on Tuesday 10th December to look at the Trees and Cribs displays, and also when they come on Monday 16th December to have their Carol Service.

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Trees and Cribs Festival

We’ve spent all week decorating the church ready for the Festival, which will be open from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th December – see details in previous post.

We look forward to welcoming as many visitors as possible!

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Trees and Cribs Festival

Instead of our usual Crib Festival, this year we’re having a change and making it a Trees and Cribs Festival, with Christmas trees decorated by the various groups who use our premises, as well as a selection of crib scenes.

We shall be open on Thursday 5th, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th December from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm, and on Sunday 8th December from 12 noon, with the Christingle Service at 4.00 pm. There will be carol singing from 11.00 am to 12 noon on Friday, and an organ recital by Tim Patient from 11.00 am to 12 noon on Saturday.

This year’s chosen charity is The Sepsis Trust, in memory of a much-missed member of our church family, and there will also be refreshments, craft and second-hand book stalls each day, with funds going to the church.

Parking will be available on Saturday and Sunday in the school car park opposite the church.

Do come and visit us if you can – we’d love to see you!

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Harvest crafts

We look forward to meeting the new Year 3 classes from Angel Road School when they come to visit us on 1st October to see our harvest displays and to do some related craft work.

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Our new minister

Unfortunately, Rev Richard Kyaira’s move to England has been delayed, so he will not be with us by the beginning of the church year in September. We hope that he will be here by the beginning of October.

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Farewell to Robert

Our minister, Rev Robert Roberts, will be moving to Kings Lynn during this month, to take up his appointment as Circuit Superintendent for the North Norfolk circuit. His wife, Rev Debbie Caulk, will be taking up an appointment in the Fenland circuit.

We wish both Robert and Debbie (and all the dogs!) well in their new home and work.

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Our new minister

We look forward to welcoming our new minister, Rev Richard Kyaira, and his family, who will be coming to England from Uganda during August. Richard will be responsible for our church and for the churches at Heartsease Lane and Framingham Earl. His first service here at Rosebery Road will be on Sunday 1st September.

 

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