ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH, WARLINGHAM www.allsaintswarlingham.org.uk February in a Nutshell Sunday 1st 9.30am 6pm Parish Communion and Sunday Club Choral Evensong for Candlemas Wednesday 4th 10am Holy Communion 12 noon Sunday 8th 9.30am CTW Ecumenical Lunch in aid of Ngombe School, Lusaka, Zambia. Parish Communion and Sunday Club Wednesday 11th 10am Holy Communion 9.30am Parish Communion and Sunday Club ASH WEDNESDAY 10am Holy Communion with Imposition of Ashes 10am Churchyard working party meet at the church 7pm CTW Film for Lent showing ‘The Way’ at St Christopher’s church Parish Communion and Sunday Club th Sunday 15 Wednesday 18th Saturday 21st Sunday 22nd rd 9.30am th Mon 23 - Sun 8 March FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT Wednesday 25th 11am 8pm CTW Lent Group session All Saints’ Church CTW Lent Talk at St Ambrose Saturday 28th 10am CTW Silent Prayer service (1/2 hour) All Saints’ Church ROYAL FUSILIERS Those who came to the Royal Fusiliers’ first world war event in All Saints’ Church on 13th September last year (see Parish News November) will recall there was a collection plate for the Fusilier Aid Society. The resulting donations were passed to Warlingham Parish Council and on their behalf a cheque for £315 was sent to the Charity at the Tower of London. In response, the Regimental Adjutant has written to ‘thank the people of Warlingham profusely for the very kind donation’. He goes on to explain that ‘the charity provides money to serving Fusiliers or their immediate families in times of need and even retired Fusiliers’. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST PILGRIMAGE TO DURHAM & HOLY ISLAND 2016 There is interest locally in forming a group and organising a Pilgrimage to Durham and the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in the summer of 2016. Revd Michelle Edmonds will be leading the group. The trip, lasting five or six nights, would be based in Durham with accommodation at a University Hall of Residence near the magnificent Norman Cathedral. There would be a number of excursions by coach to places such as Bede’s World, Holy Island, Hadrian’s Wall and Cragside, home of Lord Armstrong and friend of Sir Joseph Swan who is buried in All Saints’ churchyard. There would, of course, be a tour of Durham Cathedral and opportunities for worship. The means of travel to/from Durham has yet to be decided; either by coach or independently. There may also be a visit to the historic town of York with its National Railway Museum. The cost of the trip will be around £430pp excluding travel to/from Durham. We are seeking expressions of interest at this stage so as to consider how to move forward. Therefore if you are interested please contact Rita Bransby [email protected] or 623839.
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