Coffee At The CHurch – CATCH up for Coffee
An opportunity for mums to meet together after dropping children off at school. It offers good company, coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a nice morning snack. Catch Up is open to all.
WHEN: 8.50am-10am each Tuesday during term time
WHERE: St Mark’s church during the warmer months and in St Mark’s Church hall during the winter
OTHER INFORMATION: £1.50 per person
Soup, sandwiches, savouries and cake along with tea or coffee are all available for the sum of £2.50 – not many places offer you such good value.
WHEN: Every Tuesday 12noon
WHERE: St Mark’s, Main Road, Shavington
OTHER INFORMATION: No need to book – we always have room for everyone.
An amateur community choir. No audition to join, and no pressure to attend. Singing a range of music from religious to secular, the emphasis at rehearsals is on fun whilst learning the music to the best of our overall ability. The choir performs publicly approximately 4 or 5 times a year. See here for more information.
OTHER INFORMATION: There is an annual subscription of £10 to cover the cost of music purchases
CONTACT: Chris Neufeld – 07792 177 462 – firstname.lastname@example.org
St Mark’s Invites you to a Ladies Evening – SMILE
SMILE is an evening for ladies only, with no need to spend a lot of money, wear expensive clothes or stay late. The evening starts at 8pm in St Mark’s Church hall and lasts until the last person needs to leave or the conversation has run its course. Coffee and tea and refreshments are available but participants are also invited to bring their own. The evening is a great favourite, a time to socialise without the constraints of children or pressures of more formal establishments. A vast variety of subjects are discussed, problems solved, jokes told, a generally fun and relaxed evening.
WHEN: 2nd Tuesday each month at 8pm
WHERE: St Mark’s Church Hall
To demonstrate the Christian faith in action, by the transformation of communities worldwide through the nurture of the family in its many forms. See here for more information.
St Mark’s Sanctuary Guild
A quiet band of people form the Sanctuary Guild. The little jobs that are never seen being done, a few of the big jobs which take a few hours but no one quite knows who does them, are probably done by a member of the sanctuary guild. A number of members clean the church each week on a rota basis, cleverly organised and self-running according to various demands. The altar cloths, brasses, flower arrangements, candles, cleaning steps, gardening, even picking up the moss that falls from the roof, all these jobs are undertaken by members of the Sanctuary Guild. New members are always welcomed.
Contact: Hilary Morrison – email@example.com