Category Archives: Church

Free to a good home……………plants.

Gorgeous Gardens! 

Thank you to everyone who supported this mornings church plant sale, all proceeds will go to the church funds to help in the renovation project.

There are a few plants remaining; they are positioned right of the main entrance.  They need planting p.d.q. so please help yourself and enjoy their colour and beauty in your garden.

They are all free although if you would like to leave a donation please pop some money through the letter box at either 3 School Lane, 10 School Lane or 11 River View.

Thanks again for your support.

 

PLANT SALE……….

Gorgeous Gardens!  

Plant Sale at St Peter’s Church, Combwich on  SATURDAY 17th MAY

starting at 10.30am until 12.30pm

So please come along.  Bring some plants, BUY some to take home and make sure your garden is a picture of colour and interesting plants.

All welcome, tea and coffee available too whilst you decide.

St.Peters – an update…

St. Peters Church, CombwichFather Peter has had a heart bypass and is recovering at home. He will be on leave for the foreseeable future.

Unfortunately the church cannot be used normally until restoration work to the tower has been completed (Insurance and Health & Safety constraints). Access is via the vestry door and, once inside, only the front of the church (from the main door forward) can be used.

Because of this there will be no Christingle Service in Combwich this year. There will be a Christingle Service at Cannington on December 8th at 4 p.m  There will however, be a Carol Service at St.Peters on Friday 20th December at 6 p.m. and the Christmas Midnight Service will start at 11.15 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

Other services will be advertised in the usual way at the Post Office and at No.2 Church Hill.

St Peters – Harvest Home Report

The nicely informal Harvest Service was enjoyed by a happy group including Brownies.
The Service, led by Preb. Peter Martin started and finished in the bar at the Village Hall
where harvest produce was presented. The Service was full of happy hymns and prayers and a walk in the glorious sunshine. Afterwards, those who wished stayed for a delicious Harvest lunch with punch prepared and served by members of St. Peter’s Church