Adventurers, the club for ages 7-11, is back again.
The popular club, led by Anne Boyman, is on Tuesdays at St Mark’s from 5.30-7pm, in term time.
There are games, craft, art, stories, prayers, refreshments and a lot of fun and friendship. So, if you, or someone you know, are age 7 to 11, why not give it a try? Just turn up, or give Anne Boyman a call on 01252 724429.
Here is your September magazine, chock full of news and events for the next month, including a welcome to David and Nabila Camp, who have come to the parish while David is training for ordained ministry. There is news about harvest events – our free Harvest Lunch at the next Craft Market on September 17th, Harvest festival services and Apple Day on 18th, and Harvest Supper on October 1st with entertainment and an auction of some beautiful Nativity sets.
We look wider than the parish too with details of a Rainbow Service in Guildford on September 14th and questions about the new Farnham Infrastructure Programme. Please read and complete the consultation.
And don’t forget the Autumn Fayre on September 3rd!
We are holding a craft market and free harvest lunch on Saturday, September 17, at St Mark’s Church, from 10am to 2pm, with a free lunch served from noon.
Come and browse the stalls, full of beautiful craft items, listen to live music, and enjoy a free lunch which we are offering in conjunction with the Hale Community Centre and Community Fridge which is dedicated to sharing good food with everyone and reducing waste.
Join us at our Autumn Fayre at St John’s Church, Hale, on Saturday, September 3rd, from 12-4pm.
There will be stalls, games, food and drink – a barbecue, bar, tea and cakes – a grand raffle with loads of prizes, and music. The fayre will be opened by Cllr Alan Earwaker, Mayor of Farnham, at 12pm.
Come and browse the stalls – everything from crafts to a bottle tombola – play games, eat, drink and be merry while listening to music by local musicians.
Buy a lucky programme and be in with a chance of winning a £50 voucher for Heaven’s Kitchen restaurant; buy a raffle ticket and you could win £100, or a host of other prizes; browse gifts on the stalls; eat delicious cake or a burger; have a drink, and know that you are helping to raise money to support the church’s work in the community, including the setting up of a new youth hub at St John’s.
Come and enjoy Messy Church at St Mark’s on Thursday, 16th, 3.30-5.15pm, and find out all about Pentecost. There’s hot food for all, games, craft, and a lot of fun. It’s for the whole family but children must be supervised.
Come to the new monthly Craft Market at St Mark’s on Saturday (18th). 10am-2pm. Beautiful handmade items with good prices. Support local small businesses and individuals and buy something for yourself or for Father’s Day. Free entry; live music; refreshments.
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
Serving the Villages North of Farnham: Badshot Lea, Hale, Heath End & Weybourne