HHH teatime concert: Harp & Flute Duo

Wednesday 28th March TEATIME CONCERT at ST. CHRISTOPHER’S CHURCH MORVEN BROWN – Flute LAUDINE DARD – Harp  This concert is designed particularly for elderly or disabled people who may prefer an afternoon event. Priority will be given to them but all are welcome. The concert starts at 2.45 p.m. PROGRAMME

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Creative Prayer at St Bartholomews

From 2-15 February.  Creative prayer stations, themed on the temptation of Christ, will be installed in St Bartholomew’s for a fortnight for use by local schools, our youth groups and Messy Church (12 Feb).  Each station has instructions for guided prayer, and they are available for independent use when the church

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Pilgrimage departs

2016 Pilgrimage to the Holy Land: 2 to 13 May 2016 A comprehensive 12 day pilgrimage to the Holy Land led by Rev Mary Bowden, and orgnanised by McCable Pilgrimages.  Spaces are still available, so please contact Rev Mary Bowden if you would like more information, or simply return the

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Carpenters: Gardeners Question Time

Three seasoned / professional gardeners (some of the best in Haslemere!) will be on hand to answer your Spring gardening questions.  A Carpenters event following morning prayer (8.30am) and breakfast (9.05) at St Christopher’s.  All green fingers welcome!

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Praying through Lent: Session 2

Not so much a course this year, as a chance to hear about people’s experience of prayer – how and when they do it, times when God has answered in surprising ways, times when it’s been hard – and to pray together.  No need to speak if you don’t want

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Praying through Lent: Session 1

Not so much a course this year, as a chance to hear about people’s experience of prayer – how and when they do it, times when God has answered in surprising ways, times when it’s been hard – and to pray together.  No need to speak if you don’t want

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Lent Lunch

Please do join us for a simple lunch of soup, bread, cheese in the Link (next to St Bartholomew’s Church), every Wednesday during Lent (not Holy Week).   All very welcome.

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