Some of our Chrismon decorations.
As is our custom, we serve mulled punch and mince pies after the Carol Service. If you are able to make a batch please sign the sheet on the table
There is no meeting in January and the next meeting on 4th February will be a Wave of Prayer Service. Please don’t forget to renew your membership for next year.
Christmas greetings to all.
THE FOODBANK no longer need winter coats. Thank you to everyone for your generous support.
Derek and Diane
There is a fresh opportunity for members of local churches to train as Street Pastors in the coming months. Please see details at the back of church. Anyone interested in becoming a Street Pastor in Taunton should email training coordinator Mrs Chris Beattie or simply come along on to our first training session North Street Church (opposite Debenhams) 10am–3.30pm on 10 Jan 2015.
Christmas cards, gifts and Advent calendars are available in the Bookshop. Please do come in to browse and buy. Christmas cards sold in aid of the Bell Fund are also available.
SNOW ART BOOK BY SIMON BECK. Alan and Shirley’s son, Simon, has had his book of exquisite photographs of patterns in the snow in the French Alps, published, and is very generously donating a number of copies to us for sale in the Bookshop in aid of the Bell Appeal. The book is £25 and every penny will go towards our bell fund. This would make a lovely Christmas gift – do please have a look at the specimen copy in the Bookshop.
You will be pleased to hear that the donated doll’s house fetched £63 on Ebay.
Thanks to Tim who battled manfully to wrap it up carefully for transporting to Wales to its new owner.
will be spent on improvements in the coffee shop
10.00am Wednesday 31st December.
If you are able to help, please turn up on the day – the West door will be ajar. Many thanks in advance.
Di and Mick Polley
Christmas wishes and many thanks for all the blankets, bootees and hats from Musgrove Park Hospital.
Another aspect of late night shopping! Why not try it?
Service: 6:30 pm Evensong
Preacher: Revd Dennis Cavaghan
Readings: Malachi 3: 1-4, 4:1-6 & Philippians 4: 4-7