Posted: March 2020
There is a lot happening this week.
Today, Monday 2nd March, is Daffodil Day at Methodist Central Hall. Click here for details.
Wednesday, 4th March, is Richard's next 'morning' when he will be in the church, Welcome Space or office if anyone would like to talk to him.
Wednesday is also' Singing Night' for the Youth Group from 6.15 — 7.30pm.
Thursday, 5th March sees the Church Council meeting at 7.30pm.
Thursday, 5th March is also the deadline for responses to Richard about the God in Love Unites Us report.
Friday, 6th March is the World Day of Prayer. Click here for more details.
Saturday, 7th March, is Messy Church from 4-6pm — grandchildren invited!
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