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Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Sunday, 27 September 2020
Saturday, 26 September 2020
We celebrate Harvest Thanksgiving in the early part of October.
4th October at 10am at St Thomas'
11th October at 11am at St Peter's
If you would like to bring traditional Harvest produce, we are supporting our partners at The Catholic Worker Farm.They are looking for particular items:- Chapati Flour Gram Flour Ketchup Mayonnaise Paprika Turmeric Long life milk Long life Almond or soya milk Green tea Aluminum Foil Cling film Lentils Plain flour.
If you can provide any of that list, please bring it with you to the relevant service, or drop it off on the table outide of the door at St Peter's.
At the services and at a quiz (info from Fr Samuel soon!) will also be seeking to raise some money to support the Bishop of St Albans Harvest Appeal supporting Tearfund's work in Nepal. You can read about that in the Chronicle or bt clicking the link below.