Mass will be offered daily during the month of November for your loved ones. Envelopes are available from the back of the church. Please return either through the Friary letterbox (no need to ring the bell) or the parish office.
The final count from the mission appeal given by Fr Peter Williams was £5211. Thank you to you all. The latest issue of Troubadour with news about happenings in South Africa is available at the back of the church. Please take a copy when you leave the church.
Currently there are four wooden huts in varying degree of disintegration. All need to be demolished. On Monday week we are meeting to decide what to do about demolition and provision of replacements. We know of scouts, guides, Summer- and Christmas- Fayres – and possibly some others who do need good dry and hygienic storage for their equipment. We can only decide how to provide this when you tell us your needs. Storage is always at a premium. We will certainly not think of bu
The International Food Evening will be on Saturday 3rd November 2018 from 7.30pm - 10.30pm. Come along for an evening filled with wonderful entertainment and great food from all of the world. Bring your own drinks and glasses. Tickets £6 for adults and £3 for 12 and under are available from Parish Office on Tuesday. The number of tickets are limited. Hurry to get them!
It's time to celebrate harvest and dance! Traditional Harvest Barn Dance at St.James URC, Buckhurst Hill on Saturday 27th October from 7-10pm. Tickets, including a ploughmans supper £10 adult, £5 child and £25 family are available NOW. Email email@example.com or call 020 8505 3883 for tickets and further details
Chocolate. Milk or dark with Cornish sea salt? Behind every luscious chocolate bar and treat we devour throughout the year, there are six million people globally who depend on growing cocoa for their livelihoods. Fairtrade has breathed a new lease of life into entire cocoa farming communities in the poorest parts of the world. Follow this link for the story
Today Bishop Alan speaks to us in his Pastoral letter. With all the bishops of England and Wales he has just come back from their quinquennial meeting with the Pope. So he brings the Pope’s personal message to us, the church in England.
Sadly we need to talk about it. In two weeks’ time the Parish Finance Committee will speak at all masses to bring you up to date on our financial position. Connected with this: you will be glad to know we are actively engaged in improving the church heating and hope for better temperatures through the winter.
Last Wednesday 16 came to plan this year’s Fayre: in Trinity Lower Site on 24th November . They were brimming with ideas and so we can look forward to a spectacular celebration in preparation for Christmas. We are still looking for help so please contact the office if you would like to be part of this enthusiastic group. And watch this space for further information of what we may expect.