Posted: December 2019
The Christmas Post Box is now in the Welcome Space. The cards are not delivered to people, so if they are not collected, they are disposed of after Christmas. If you're unsure if your friends and colleagues come to Church often, please send your cards by ordinary post instead. Please make sure you write surnames on your cards!
There is also a board in the Church Welcome Space where you can pin a card for Church friends, if you prefer. Please consider making a donation to one of the four Church charities: Karibuni Children (Joy Murphy) Action for Children (Pauline Noble/Jennie Torpey) Christian Aid (Jennie Torpey/Maureen Tucker) Missions (John Miskin)
The Cards for Good Causes pop-up shop in church, closes on Friday 20th December. Don't leave it too late!
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