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‘Haerfest’

 

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Harvest is from the Old English word hærfest, meaning “autumn”. It then came to refer to the season for reaping and gathering grain and other grown products. For a long time, Christians have been remembering to give thanks to God for all he provides for us at this time of the year.  Harvest is a family occasion and traditionally a time when farmworkers and families would eat together at a harvest supper or lunch. Our Harvest Lunch begins at 12.00. It is not too late to join us; just bring an offering of food and we will share all that is brought together. Thanks to Sandra and Yvonne for helping to arrange this.

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The flowers are beautiful in church this morning reflecting the vibrant Autumn colours.

Thank you flower team.

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