JOIN US IN OUR ALL AGE WORSHIP:
at St Andrew’s, Southwood Road.
From 9.30am till 12 noon
We warmly invite you to join us at Bread Church on the first Sunday of each month.
The morning will start from 9.30am, with worship at 10.30am for about a half hour. We hope that you will find the space welcoming and if you wish to join in with making and baking bread with us that would be wonderful. Everything will be supplied so just bring yourselves. If you don’t wish to bake, just join in with the worship and prayer time and be fed by our bakers. The morning will end by Noon, but you are free to come and go as suits you and your morning plans. ALL are welcome. Come if you have no faith, or if you have a little and would like to learn more.
ECO CHURCH – 9.15am,
St Peter’s North Hayling.
This short service on the second Sunday of the each month celebrates our love of creation. It also gives those who wish a chance to be hands-on with bird and insect watches, and to learn about all that lives in our amazing churchyard. Come and see our brand new bug hotel and learn about our plans.
ALL AGE WORSHIP – Sunday 19th September 10.30am at St Mary’s
We are pleased to announce the return of our much-loved all age worship at St Mary’s. Please note that this has moved to the 3rd Sunday of every month.
,‘ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL’
This is the title given to a special project
currently happening at St. Peter’s Church to
Celebrate God’s creation.
We will develop the border to the north of the main car park to provide vital habitats for wildlife and encourage a range of wildflowers and plants.
A range of activities will be advertised to encourage as many people as possible to become involved in the project.
After the service on Sunday 8th August, when the congregation assembled in the car park and after a prayer of dedication by Revd Jenny Gaffin, the official unveiling took place!
The next phase of the plan is to surround the magnificent hotel which provides lots of ‘beds’ with plenty of plants to provide visitors with their ‘breakfast’!