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Harvest 2022

Harvest services took place in church in October and it was lovely to that families were able to join in with them. The food donations were gratefully received by local foodbanks. Year 5 and 6 also raised money through cake sales to support Tearfund and child based cancer support.


See the source imageHer Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 2022

Children were able to visit the church to have reflection time to mark the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The church was open for families to visit, to light a candle, wriite a message in ther book of condolences and to pray.

Christmas Prayers and Letters of Hope to the Church Community

7th December 2020

Thank you SO much for the lovely Nativity figures, prayers of hope and the Y6 Christmas cards for the Thursday Club. I was overwhelmed!

The pictures add so much to the Nativity Trail along the driveway and is already being visited and appreciated. Some of the prayers have gone on the Tree of Hope outside and the rest are adorning the inside tree - both of which are amazing. The prayers are really thought-provoking and brought a tear to my eye!

I keep hearing from people in the community who have received a card or decoration from children at school. It's appreciated so much. Well done for all your thoughtfulness and hard work.

You're all very much in our prayers. Looking forward to seeing you all on 16th December at church.

Many thanks again,


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