Latest issue of Abinger & Coldharbour Parish News is now available.
“A book that changed the world by changing people”. Hilary Swift and Bex Clarke will be leading Bible studies on Paul’s letter to the Romans, a letter that influenced St Augustine, Martin Luther, John Wesley and many other giants of the church as well as countless ordinary people through the ages. Every 4th Wednesday – starting this …
A concert by the Meadvale Singers in St James’ 6th December at 7:30pm. FREE.
Looking for a festive present? Visit St. James’ second hand clothes bring and buy sale for the ultimate low impact bargains! We are holding a second hand bring and buy sale on aid of Fountain of Peace Children’s foundation on Saturday 2nd December, 2-5pm at St James’. All donations to be received by Saturday 25th November – …
You are invited to Bingo and Afternoon Tea on Thursday 16th November From 2.00pm to 4.00pm in St. James’ Church Abinger Please let Sally at the Parish Office know on 07990652010 if you are hoping to attend!
It’s Youth Mental Health Day on September 19th. Tell us about a young person in your life who has shown amazing courage, and they’ll get a goodie bag and a mention in the Parish News.
Let’s celebrate our #BeBrave young people! Whether it’s building their confidence, facing difficult situations, learning to work with other people, or doing something new, being brave can mean something different to everyone.
Join us on 27th September for a coffee morning in support of Macmillan.
Join us as we celebrate our Harvest blessings on the first Sunday of October at St. James’.
We will be holding the traditional Harvest Auction after the service, to include several jars of Fire Jam…
Peace was born into a large poverty-stricken family, and as a small child, she was given away to be a domestic slave for relatives.
Supported by Compassion, Peace gained an education and vowed to dedicate her life to helping the poorest of the poor. She founded the charity Fountain of Peace in 2006, and since then has been providing a loving home to orphaned and abandoned children from the Kyenjojo region of Western Uganda.
This year’s Progressive Supper will be held on Saturday 18th November.
Please save the date! More details from the organising team are on their way.