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Recent Events: November - December 2012


30th December

At the 10.00am service Ellie May Purdy was baptised. The congregation welcomed her and her family on this her special day.

Christmas 2012

Nativity pictures by Samuel Hall

9th December

We had the privilege of welcoming Revd Caroline Kramer from All Saints' parish, Wokingham, to preside and preach at both services. Afterwards there were many conversations about her sermon which challenged us to read a bible passage anew and be prepared to meet God in the wilderness.


25th November

At the 10.00am service Mya Leigh Brook-Brown was baptised, so the congregation welcomed her together with her family and friends on this her special day.


17th November

The Quiz 'n' Chips evening saw a win for 'Saints & Sinners' with 129 points, with the wooden spoon being awarded to the 'Little Fishes' (with a very creditable 96 points). The charity raffle in aid of PACT (Parents And Children Together) raised almost £150.


 

11th November

At Parish Breakfast we marked Remembrance day as Fran and Keith shared details of their Parent's medals, and others contributed their own memories of the war years. At 11 o'clock there was an act of remembrance at our (Northbourne) war memorial where wreaths were laid by a member of the British Legion and one of our youngest Church members.


4th November

The Revd Keith Kinnaird returned to St Peter's to preside and preach at the 10.00am eucharist, and there was much reminiscing and chatting after the service. Whilst we know how much Father Keith enjoys his visits to St Peter's, we are very grateful for his support.

At 3.00pm we held an All Souls’- tide Memorial Service. This reflective service is held each year to remember, particularly, those who have died during the past year. However, it was an opportunity for all of us to recall with love all who have died and are now at peace with God.

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