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Every year we set aside a special day to thank God for the harvest and all that he has provided us, and remember our responsibilities to those less fortunate than ourselves, something that is particularly important right now with the need for food banks increasing dramatically over the last few years.

On Sunday 27th September we will be holding our three services at the normal time, but all with a focus on the harvest:

8am: Holy Communion (said) | 9:15: Parish Communion | 10:59: Informal worship

The final service will then be followed by a BBQ in the churchyard and everyone is welcome to come along. Offers of salads would be much appreciated but please contact Eve Bunt on 07850 594229 to co-ordinate. Tickets are £5 adult & £2.50 child. In addition to the BBQ there will be a bouncy castle and games. If wet, the whole event will be in the Church Hall.

As usual we will be taking food collections during the service with all donations being given to the One Can Trust so please do bring what you can. The current priority needs are: tinned meat pies, ham, potatoes/Smash, tomatoes, spaghetti, jars of pasta sauce and jam, packets of rice, jelly/Angel Delight, cereal, biscuits, toothpaste and brushes.

Of course even though this is set aside as a special day, that is not to say we shouldn’t be thanking God every day for all that he has provided us, and showing compassion to those less fortunate whenever we see it and not just on ‘special occasions’.