Autumn 2016

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What’s on this term…

Sunday 25th September – Folk on the Corner. The first session of this monthly Folk music gathering hosted by Tadz & Ruth starts tonight. More information on their Facebook page

Monday 17th OctoberN.T. Wright at St Mellitus College
You have probably heard of Tom Wright and even if not you have almost certainly been influenced by his work (whether you realise it or not). He is a brilliant New Testament Scholar, and someone who has done more to deepen our understanding of the NT than (I think) anyone in the last century.
Tickets are free, but need to be booked in advance

Friday 28th October – Pumpkin Carving & Pizza
at Church on the Corner.

Sunday 30th October – Day of Prayer

Saturday 5th November – Bonfire Night

Saturday 12th November – Parish Ceilidh. After the triumphant success of last year’s Ceilidh, which raised £5000 towards our youth and children’s work, we are going again. It will be even bigger and better than last year. So dust off your Barn Dancing skill and your cowboy boots* and come along. (*Cowboy boots optional)

Sunday 27th November – Advent project begins

Saturday 17th December – 4pm Bemerton Carols. Community Carol concert at the Padget Centre on the Bemerton estate.

(Note the change of date) Saturday 17th December 7pm- Christmas Dinner. Will it be a Christmas roast with all the trimmings or a 9 course italian tasting menu? We don’t know yet, but this is not a lovely annual tradition, and a great event to bring your friends along to.

Sunday 18th December – Carol Service. Our biggest service of the year, and always a treat, with traditional carols and mulled wine. Invite your friends.

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