Messy Church At St Mildred’s Whiston

St. Mildred’s Church

Whiston, ST10 2JF

Sunday

22nd January 2017

4.00p.m. – 6.00p.m.

We look forward to seeing you all again to do some craftwork, listen to a story, enjoy some music and meditation then lots of tasty goodies to end the afternoon.

The theme is ‘The Naming of Jesus’

We do request that parents or carers stay with the children.

whistonmessychurch@yahoo.com

 

Happy New Year!

A Christmas Message from REV. Carol

Dear Friends

I do hope you will able to join us this year at one of our Christmas Celebrations. Amidst all the business, it is good to find space sometimes to reflect on the one whose birth we are celebrating; ‘Jesus Christ.’

The light of the Christmas Stable draws us once again from the chaos of life, to stillness where we find God and where love is born.

‘He came down to earth from heaven,

Who is God and Lord of all,

And his shelter was a stable,

And his cradle was a stall;

With the needy poor and lowly,

Lived on earth our Saviour holy’

I do hope you all have a very happy and peaceful Christmas.

All Good Wishes

REV. Carol.

Messy Church

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St.  Mildred’s Church

Whiston, ST10 2JF

27th November

4.00p.m. – 6.00p.m.

We look forward to seeing you all again to do some craftwork, listen to a story, enjoy some music and meditation then lots of tasty goodies to end the afternoon.

The theme is Posada

 

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11th December

2.00p.m.

Messy Church will be taking part in St. Mildred’s Carol Service.

Why not come along and take part?

You may discover a ‘Gift’ you didn’t know you had!

 

Everyone welcome

 

 

We do request that parents or carers stay with the children.

whistonmessychurch@yahoo.com

Please remember Messy Church in your prayers

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Radio Stoke Morning Service

Radio Stoke will be visiting St Werburgh’s Church in Kingsley on the 27th of November to record two morning services. Come along and be part of this special occasion.

Start time is 11am.

Harvest Festival

harvest2016 treeAnd here are some pictures showing the parent and toddler group’s contribution to the Harvest Festival at St Werburgh’s.