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2010 Events Archive

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CHRISTMAS FAYRE

posted 2 Nov 2010, 15:43 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 02:59 ]

 Saturday, 27th November in the Memorial Hall from 10 to 12
The Christmas Fayre is on Saturday, 27th November in the Memorial Hall from 10 to 12. The PCC will be running a stall selling jars of home made edible goodies, marmalade, jam, pickle, jellies, sweets, mincemeat, lemon curd, cranberry sauce, biscuits etc. As always we are asking for donations for the stall. If you need a jar there will be plenty available in church. Any money made will go towards the Christmas Appeal.

A Feast of Christmas Favourites

posted 26 Oct 2010, 13:48 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 03:00 ]

Chichester Chorale
At St Mary’s Church, Lavant Saturday 11th December 7.30 pm

Conductor - Arthur Robson Organist – Richard Barnes
With strings (Leader – Mark Hartt-Palmer)
presents
A Feast of Christmas Favourites
To include Wachet Auf by JCF Bach, The Feast of Christemas by Desmond Macmahon – and popular carols for all

Admission free

Retiring Collection in aid of Church funds

SAVE THE CHILDREN

posted 29 Sep 2010, 12:37 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 23 Feb 2015, 09:42 ]

Annual Fund Raising Event
Tuesday 2nd November from 10.45
the Bishop’s Palace  
On Tuesday 2nd November from 10.45 am there will be a Coffee Morning with a Bring & Buy Stall, a Gift Stall and a stall selling Christmas Cards and Wrapping Paper at the Bishop’s Palace, in aid of Save the Children.  There is also a chance to have a delicious Ploughman’s Lunch, comprising soup, cheese, pate, fruit, and mince pies, all for £5.50.

Booking for lunch is important so please phone Jean 787299 or Judy 787798

HOT! HOT! HOT! SPICE UP YOUR SATURDAY NIGHT

posted 26 Sep 2010, 14:45 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 03:00 ]

AND HELP SCOUTS GET TO SWEDEN
Fishbourne Centre, in Chichester on Saturday 2 October from 7 -11pm
A specially selected group of 10 Chichester Scouts and Explorers are well on their way to raising the £20,000 needed to attend the 22ND World Scout Jamboree in Sweden next summer. Through months of hard work and fundraising they have already raised £11,000 but still need to raise a further £9000 in order to fund their trip and help pay for scouts from poorer countries to attend.

Their next big fundraising event is HOT! HOT! HOT! an evening of hot music, hot food and hot bands being held at the newly renovated Fishbourne Centre, in Chichester on Saturday 2 October from 7 -11pm. The evening includes live music from three top local bands, featuring a mix of jazz, swing and blues, rock, soul and latin music.

Tickets for the event are only £8 if bought in advance, £10 on the door, and include a chilli supper. Tickets are available from Annabel Smith (Tel: 575960) or Ackerman Music, 42 West Street, Chichester.

For more information on how you can help the scouts reach their target please visit www.scoutstosweden.co.uk

WHOLENESS & HEALING

posted 1 Sep 2010, 13:55 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 02:59 ]

Sunday 26th September

The entire aspect of Jesus’ ministry was to heal. To reconcile humanity to God by overcoming the separation caused by human sin was achieved at Calvary on Good Friday.

One third of the Gospel stories about Jesus involve his other acts of healing. The removal of disease was another sign of the establishment of the Kingdom of God.Healing services have often been separated from “normal” Sunday Worship. But Sunday Worship with its confession, listening to God’s word and Holy Communion are all on the same track of making us whole as a community and as individuals.

So on  as part of our “normal” Sunday Worship, there will be an opportunity for those who wish to do so to be prayed for during the service. This will take place in the Memorial Chapel at St Mary’s during Administration of Communion and so will not impact on the “normal” Sunday Service.

Your views on this will be sought afterwards in a questionnaire to be given or sent to you to determine whether this is the best way to make available this ministry of wholeness.

See the forthcoming Sept Lavant Magazine and listen to the semon preached on 22 Aug which is on the Church Website for further details. The Rector

HARVEST APPEAL

posted 18 Aug 2010, 12:03 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 03:00 ]

Harvest Supper on Sat 9th October
The Harvest Appeal starts with a collecting container at the back of the church during September.  The appeal this year is in aid of New Growth Ministries, a Christian charity working in Zimbabwe. A couple from the charity will be doing a power point presentation at the supper. The Harvest Supper on Saturday 9th October is in St Nicholas' Church 6.45 for 7.00pm Tickets for the supper are now available from Cynthia Blades and Hilary Caffyn, adults £6 and children under 12 £4. Soft drinks will be available but bring your own if you wish for something a little stronger. We will be running a raffle and would be most grateful for suitable prizes.  If you can't attend the Harvest Supper you can donate directly here

SPONSORED BIKE RIDE

posted 17 Aug 2010, 14:25 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 02:58 ]

Saturday 12th September
The Sponsored Bike Ride, or Walk if you prefer, will be on Saturday 12th September, and we’re looking for as many people to take part, and get sponsors, as possible. It’s great fun, but if the thought of so much activity is daunting, then you can help by manning St Mary’s for part of the day, and by sponsoring those taking part.

SONGS OF PRAISE

posted 25 Jul 2010, 14:17 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 02:59 ]

St Nicholas Church
Sunday 8 August 2010 @ 5.30pm
Come and join our "songs of praise" service at St Nicholas Church on Sunday 8 Aug 10 at 5.30pm. You will be able to chose you favourite hymn or worship song from a selected list out our normal service book and if it is one of the top 6 or 7 then Clive Stroud will play it and we will sing it! The service begins at 6pm but you will need to arrive early in order to vote for your hymn and to join in fellowship and refreshment. See you there.

Garden of Remembrance Memorial Dedication

posted 30 Jun 2010, 13:00 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 03:00 ]

11 July 2010
11.30am
St Mary's Churchyard 
NEXT SUNDAY 11th JULY there will be a short service in the Churchyard at 11.30am to dedicate the Memorials at The Garden of Remembrance and Remember those interred there:

Kate Morton, Henry L Duncan, Diana E.A. Duncan, Joy E. Mooney, Charles Wiltshire, Roy M. Howard, David W. Jennings, Tom Kinton, John M. Holt, Jean S. Cade, Sam Camilleri, Pat Camilleri, Scylla Lindsay, Pat Norland, Richard C. Dening, Lewis W. Moody, Dorothy B. Gabb, Norman Saunders, Erna Rubezevicius, Bill Maynard, Julia M. Sharp, Mike Robinson, Betty Read, Jack Read, Alan Warr, Mabel A. Turner, Vivien Fisher, George W. Robins, Madeleine Roberts, Ann Monro, Leslie Rhodes, Jim Sands, Pamela V.L. Davis, John Colts Davis, Michael Broad, Robin Conway, Dorothy Entwistle, Derek V. Smith, John L. Oakes, Margaret Morris, Geoffrey Bell, Brian Mann, Louie Banham, Tony Roberts, Evelyn Kinton

Lavant Players Auditions

posted 29 Jun 2010, 15:06 by Richard Ryder   [ updated 26 Feb 2011, 03:00 ]

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE!
Where: Lavant Memorial Hall
When: 15 & 19 Jul 10 at 7.00pm
Auditions for the Lavant Players next major production taking place in January 2011. The show is a series of 4 comedy dramas by John Bartlett called "The Village Hall" and requires a large cast of all ages from 8 to 80!

See this website for further information about "The Village Hall" http://www.playsandmusicals.co.uk/cgi-bin/shop/shploader.cgi?plays/oneact/comedy/villagehall.htm

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