Come to the craft market at St Mark’s this Saturday, May 21, 10am-2pm. Loads of lovely homemade gifts to buy, live music, refreshments and a chance to see the Kitty Milroy murals. Free entry
Messy Church takes place on the third Thursday of each month at St Mark’s Church, 3.30-5.15pm, so this month’s is tomorrow: Thursday, May 19. Please join us.
The theme is Jonah and the Whale and there will be games, craft, songs and hot food for everyone. Children must be supervised. To book, find out more or help out, contact Michelle: email@example.com
The Farnham Flower Festival at St John’s Church last weekend (May 14-15) was an amazing success with beautiful displays of flowers, art, craft and poetry, live music, tea and cake, all of it to start the celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Thanks to all who took part and also to those who worked so hard to make it happened. Here’s to next time!
Thanks to Florescence for the sponsorship!
Here are some of the displays:
Get ahead in your garden by buying young plants at our plant sale, in the car park at St George’s on Saturday, May 7th, 10am-12noon.
All proceeds to church funds to support our continued work in the community.
The Annual Meeting of Parishioners where churchwardens are elected, will meet at 3pm at St Mark’s on Sunday, May 8, followed by the Annual Parochial Church Meeting for everyone on the electoral roll.
The annual accounts will be presented and a copy appears here.
The annual report appears here:
Catch up with the latest from the parish in our May magazine. As well as news you can find reflections, prayer, upcoming events and courses, and, back again after a month awol, the Church Cat.
There are advertisers too, local businesses who need your support. Please check them out.
Come to a musical evening on Saturday, May 7, at 6.30pm at St George’s Church, Badshot Lea, all in aid of Christian Aid.
There will be singing by In Accord and the Church Choir as well as soloists and a chance to have a singalong. There will also be saxophone music, piano, the organ, and much more.
Drinks and nibbles will be provided and all this for just £5, payable on the door. Children have free entry.
So join us at St George’s on May 7 at 6.30pm and help raise money for Christian Aid.
Join us this Sunday (April 24) at St Mark’s Church, Upper Hale, at 11am, for a service to celebrate the church’s birthday. The church is known for its quirky services and warm welcome and this is a chance to give thanks and to celebrate everything that is good about it. Plus there will be cake and you can see the Kitty Milroy murals!
There will be St George’s Day services this Sunday (April 24) at St John’s Church, Hale, at 9.30am, and St George’s Church, Badshot Lea, at 10am. The flag will be raised in the churchyard at both churches.
All welcome. Please do join us.
The Farnham Flower Festival is back at St John’s Church, over the weekend of May 14-15. There will be displays of flowers, art, craft, poetry, music, delicious cakes, drinks and a raffle. Entry is only £1. It will be open between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, 14th and 12pm and 4pm on Sunday 15th. It is sponsored by Florescence, award-winning florists who have a workshop downstairs at St Mark’s.
Among the exhibitors will be Hale School, William Cobbett School, Badshot Lea Bloomers, Hale Methodist Church, Arts at St Mark’s, the Parish Choir, artists Susie Lidstone and Alison Ridgeon, Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, Weybourne Community Church, our own churches, Farnham ASSIST, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, Elmaz Ekrem, winner of the Farnham Literary Festival’s poetry competition, and Florescence.
Bring your friends to see the wonderful displays and enjoy a community event here in the parish.