Messy Church – Saturday 2nd June

Did you know that the Bank Holiday we’ve just enjoyed was originally there to celebrate Pentecost ?

In years gone by, this Church celebration was also known as Whitsun (White Sunday) – hence the alternative name of the Bank Holiday – Whit Monday.

But what’s Pentecost, and why is it so important as to warrant a Bank Holiday ?  And why is it considered by many to be the Church’s Birthday ?

Why not come along to Messy Church this Saturday to find out what it’s all about, and how we feel the event it celebrates gives us “God’s Power to Change” !

We’ll be exploring the theme through Fun, Faith and Food with our usual mixture of Craft, Stories and Songs all followed up by a big Birthday Party Tea !

We’d love to see you at 3:30pm on Saturday June 2nd at St Catherine’s.

Rah Rah Theatre’s “Charleston” at Friday Friends – 25th May

On 25th May, the Rah Rah Theatre will be visiting Friday Friends, at St Catherine’s, to present their latest show “Charlston”. Click here for further details of the production.

All are welcome – please come and join in the fun. The cost is £3.50 to include refreshments.

Friday Friends starts a little later than normal that week at 3:00pm, but you can still arrive early for lunch in the Café.  The Café opens at 10:00am, with the lunch menu starting at 12noon.

Thy Kingdom Come – 10 days of prayer

Thy Kingdom Come is a worldwide prayer initiative for the 10 days between Ascension and Pentecost (May 10th – 20th).

You are invited to join us in prayer every evening at 7:30pm in the Garden Room.  The room will be open at other times during the day for prayer.

A personal prayer journal / booklet is also available to help individual prayer wherever you may find yourself.

In addition, we will start with a lunchtime communion for Ascension Day (May 10th) in the Garden Room at 12:15pm, and we will end with a bring and share tea and evening celebration on Pentecost (May 20th).

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