APCM 2018 – Mary’s sermon

APCM 22 April 2018 1 John 3:16-end and John 10:11-18 Last year the gospel reading at the APCM service was the story of the road to Emmaus, and we thought about how hard it was for the disciples to recognise Jesus – how they were almost too close as they

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APCM Election Results

Our Annual Parochial Church Meeting took place on Sunday 22 April, and we are grateful to all those who attended this important meeting.  Congratulations to all those who stood for election. Wardens: Robert Fox Margaret Morris Deputy wardens: Howard Body Nick Beare PCC Members elected for 2018: Richard Reincke (re-elected) Sarah

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Vision & Mission questions

The following questions have been posed to the parish over the last six Sundays.  It’s not too late if you have missed any.  Please email your answers to sandy.clarke@hotmail.com. Week 1 What is your dream for our parish? OR What is the one thing you would like to see in

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Stewardship Season 2018

Giving for Mission and Ministry in 2018 – download leaflet here Message from the Churchwardens We recognise that Christian stewardship is one of the most basic expressions of discipleship, and that financial resources are necessary for God’s mission here and across the world. Last year we balanced our books as

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Join in the Poppy Pinning sessions!

Haslemere’s Great War Centenary Project is well underway, helped by locals schools, scout and guide groups who are busily producing handmade poppies which will cascade from the flagpole of St Christopher’s Church. The mission to attach thousands of handmade poppies to the net before the new Flagpole is dedicated on Sunday

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Stewardship Sermon 2018

Stewardship – Lent 1 Year B 2018, Rev Mary Bowden Genesis 9.8-17 and Mark 1.9-15 God said, ‘This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: 13I have set my bow in the clouds, and

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Keeping Lent in 2018

On Ash Wednesday some of us have ash placed on our foreheads with the words: “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return. Turn away from sin and be faithful to Christ.”. Yet Lent is not a bleak, forbidding time, but a very positive and optimistic remembering

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