Posted: November 2018
This is a final reminder that next Sunday, 2nd December, is our annual Toy Service at 10.30am. We would like unwrapped toys for under 5s to older children to be brought to the service. They will then be taken to the Action for Children Family Centre in Aylesbury for families in the town and surrounding villages. For more details of what is needed, click here.
The following weekend on Saturday 8th December from 10am to 4pm, we will have our second Christmas Tree Festival. The theme this year is Christmas Songs and carols. Crafts, cakes and produce stalls will be available all day, including light lunches. Ken Koles' Merry Old Souls will be playing a selection of traditional Christmas Carols from 11am. Admission is free but donations are welcome. All proceeds will go to our Church Welcome Project.
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