Kew Fete – Saturday June 23rd.Thank you to those who are helping on the St Anne’s stall at the fete. There will be a briefing session for helpers today after the 10am service. For any queries please contact Bridget Towers (email@example.com )
Thanks to two more contributions, the final amount raised for the Week is £3,592, £2,059 of this was Gift Aided, which is now over £300 more than last year. Very many thanks again to all those who contributed, and to collectors also. Isobel Moses.”
First Friday Community Lunch is on Friday 1st June in the church hall of St. Winefride’s Church, Leyborne Park, Kew, from 12.30pm to 2pm. We serve a delicious light lunch of home-made soup with bread and cheese, followed by desserts, tea/coffee, at a cost of £5. We hold a small raffle to raise extra funds for the charity which this month will be Vineyard Community Centre. We raised £284 for the children’s charity MeToo&Co. at our lunch in May. Do come along and enjoy the lunch, we value your support.
If you need to speak to a Priest in an emergency, please contact Peter Hart on 020 8392 1425.
Saturday 12th May – Churches Together in Kew invite you to join them in a walk from the Barn Church to St Anne’s Church for a bring and share picnic on Kew Green following a brief service of commissioning. Depart the Barn Church at 15.00 – this is an all age event.
Dr Chris Hewer ( www.chrishewer.org ) is giving two three day courses locally in May, 8th-10th May in Richmond and 29th-31st May in Kingston. Places are still available for this really informative and inspiring free education. If you are interested, please contact Diana Mills, firstname.lastname@example.org , or telephone her on 020 8948 3276.
Sunday 22nd April – advance notice is given of our APCM where we will be electing two Parochial Church Councillors.
Please sign up if you can offer to bake a Simnel Cake – we need three cakes for next week!
Each week of Lent has a different focus although our donations are divided equally between projects. This week, the projects are in the Diocese and help support local people in difficulties, people with mental health issues and people who are homeless. In the fourth and fifth week, the Appeal turns to our sister Dioceses in Zimbabwe and to helping with educational projects. Please give generously! there will be a basket at the back of the church for your donations.