Sunday 10th October.

An opportunity to give thanks for all God has provided for us. To demonstrate our thankfulness we bring gifts to give to those in the local and global community who are in great need.

Again we support shall support international and local charities, not forgetting the elderly and infirm in our own community.

Gifts of plants and flowers will be taken to those in our local community who are sick or housebound. If you are aware of anyone who you feel should receive such a gift, or if you can help deliver the gifts, please let any member of the clergy team know.

Donations of tinned and dry goods are welcome -  gifts will be distributed locally including via Porch Project and Caritas. Particular needs are highlighted on the appropriate links,

There are envelopes available in Church if you wish to make a donation to Tearfund, remembering those throughout the world who will struggle to reap a harvest sufficient for their needs.



Come celebrate the Feast of the Harvest …and bring the first fruits of your labour to the house of the Lord your God”  Exodus 23

“Everything in heaven and earth is yours, O Lord; …riches come from you; ….and we give you thanks praising your glorious name”  1 Chronicles 29

“Come ye thankful people, come, raise the song of harvest-home!” – Henry Alford

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