Harvest Festival Supper, Saturday 23rd September. This year’s theme is Creation and the Environment. There will be a short liturgy in the church at 6.30 pm on the theme of The Gift of Creation. You are invited to come to this with a posy of flowers in a jam jar. The liturgy will be followed by supper in the Hall at 7pm (your posies of flowers will decorate the hall and tables!). A starter, main course, wine and mineral water will be provided. As in previous years, gifts of dessert would be warmly welcomed.
PLEASE NOTE ALL TICKETS TO THE 2017 HARVEST SUPPER HAVE NOW BEEN SOLD
Thank you – to everyone who helped to make our St Anne’s Day celebrations go so well. It was a fitting way in which to say farewell to Chad.
There is a new route this year for the Sponsored Walk. It will start at St. Matthias Church, Richmond, at 10.30, then go along the Thames Path to St. Richard’s Church, Ham. It will then return along the river, and on to St. Anne’s, arriving about 3.00 p.m. Walkers will be raising money for the work of Christian Aid among the poorest people in the world. For more details please contact Justice Onwaka, at 020 7523 2044, or Isobel Moses.
The Annual Report is ready for people to take and read. It is also available to download here.
The annual revision of the Electoral Roll will begin today and end on 26 March. If your name is on the roll you need take no action. If you wish to join the roll there are forms at the back of the church and a box for completed forms.
If you are a new or newish member to our congregation, please ask Fr. Nigel for a Welcome Pack.
Churches Together in Kew will be holding the usual Prayer & Pancakes Service at 8 pm on Shrove Tuesday, 28th February, at the Barn Church, when the Lent Talks will be launched. This year the Talks will be on “People in Crisis – a Christian Response”. 5 weeks, starting on Monday 6th March. Further details to follow. Both the Service & the Talks will be at 8pm at the Barn Church. Please support these and join with our Christian neighbours in examining some of the current problems in the world.
Tuesday 14 February 2017 11am in the Parish Room join The Dixie Ticklers a renowned jazz quintet on a sonic voyage from early jazz styles to fresh modern grooves. 50% gig / 50% workshop / 100% awesome. Suitable for ages 4 – 11. All profits to Save The Children Syria Aid. £10 tickets (admits 1 child + 1 adult) available from www.dixieticklers.com.