Posted: February 2017
Today, we say, 'Bon Voyage' to our minister, Rev. Helen Kirk and ten other people from around the UK as they fly off to Kenya with the Aylesbury-based charity, Karibuni Children. Each member of the group has either paid their own fare or been sponsored by friends. They will spend a week visiting some of the projects that feed and educate children from Kenyan slums and streets and a working week decorating and refurbishing some of the classrooms. The group will also be taking the over-filled 15 extra cases of clothing and goodies donated by members of our own and other congregations. Alas, co-founder Joy Murphy could not make the trip this time but continues to recover from her stroke. Our thoughts and prayers are with Joy and her Kenyan-bound team.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Supported by last week's Church Council, plans are going well for serving a meal to homeless/vulnerable adults in Aylesbury. We hope to be start early November in The Welcome Space. We now need willing volunteers to cook the meal. It involves making and cooking, in your own home, a simple dish such as cottage pie, casserole, toad in the hole, chilli, curry (not spicy), etc. for about 6-8...
Our minister Richard is going to try and spend one morning a week in church so that anyone that wants to meet up with him can do so. This could be for a number of reasons, from needing a chat to help unravelling the Scriptures; from completing a DBS to seeking prayer. This week it will be tomorrow, Friday 18th October and next week it will be on Monday 21st October, (provisionally) when he...
There will be a Tea and Coffee Morning in the Welcome Space this Friday, 18th October from 10am to 12noon in support of Epilepsy Action. Cakes and crafts will also be on sale and further offers of help will be gratefully received by Brenda Horne (telephone 428580).Do come along if you can to support this charity, more details of which can be found by https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/.11(clicking...
The Welcome Space
Hall / Rooms 4,5,6,7