Sunday 20th September 2020

A very warm welcome to all who worship here today. Please stay for a cuppa and the AGM after the service. Many thanks to Rev Heather Simpson for leading our worship this morning and chairing the meeting.

As a condition of gathering in this building, you must remember to sanitise your hands on the way in, and it is recommended that you do this again on the way out. Please also fill in the contact tracing register and/or use the QR code.

Wednesday Walkers 23rd September: Meet 9.30am at Bus Exchange for a central city walk. Coffee at Child Sister Café. All welcome. Sue 960 7657.

What’s On This Week (subject to Alert Levels):

Tuesday 10am – 2pm South Elder Care. Lyndsey 388 1264.

Tuesday 7.15pm Christian Meditation Group. Contact Dugald 380 5024.

Wednesday 9.30am Walking Group:  in the City. Sue 960 7657.

Thursday 10am – 12 noon Crafty Crafters. Bring along your own craft items or learn a new skill. $3 per session. Jeannette 332 9869.

Thursday 1.30 – 2.30pm Sit & Keep Fit. See Anneke for more information.

Thursday 5-7pm Familial Trust. Graeme 021 365 433.

Twilight Fair Friday 9th October 4-6pm. Food, plants & more! If you would like to be involved talk to Jeannette Beaumont, Barbara & Rob Meier or Lyndsey McKay.

We need an additional medium sized transportable BBQ for the Twilight Fair on  Friday 9th October, please call Peter 332 1846 if you can assist.

New World Little Gardens: if you have any seedlings you don’t want please drop them into the Parish Office. The St Mark’s School Enviro Group is collecting them and would be very grateful for any spares!

DAYLIGHT SAVING starts next Sunday 27th September…remember to put those clocks forward one hour!!!

St Martins Fireside Group invites anyone interested in hearing about how Canterbury’s recycling is processed to a presentation given by Averil Stevenson, Commercial & Compliance Manager for EcoCentral.  Supper will follow. Tuesday 29th September 2020 7.45pm in the Church. All are welcome. Contact Margaret 366 8936 for further information.

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