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Monday 4 March 2019

Marmalade Festival

Many thanks to all who came to support the Marmalade Festival & breakfast held at Blackberry Cottage on 23 February. We are delighted to report that a total of £319.60 was raised at the event for Church funds. Thank you all for your generosity and we look forward to hosting a similar event next year ... so keep saving youir jars!

Maureen & Frank Wright

Thursday 31 January 2019

Preparation of New Electoral Roll

Every 6 years a completely new electoral roll has to be prepared. All persons who wish to have their names entered on the new roll, whether their names are on the present roll or not, are requested to apply for enrolment not later than 1st March.  The new roll will come into operation..

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Sunday 27 May 2018

Safari Supper

The Church House Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in the Safari Supper held on 14th April. The sum of £588 was raised for Church House to help fund the floor refurbishment which had been completed the Thursday before the event.

Lent Lunches

Many thanks to all who came and contributed a total of £463.19 for Christian Aid. This is an excellent result even though the third lunch fell victim to the recent snow. Special thanks too to the cooks for all the delicious soups we enjoyed with our bread and cheese and to the helpers who served us so efficiently.

David Johnson

Sunday 25 February 2018

St John's Memorial Border

Have you noticed the work being done on the churchyard border leading to the Ball Court? We are establishing a Memorial Border for the Interment of Ashes. This will be a beautiful area to visit and remember loved ones, whose names will be inscribed in a Book of Remembrance on display in the..

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Thursday 16 November 2017

Supporting SightSavers in November

For November 2017 we shall be supporting sightSavers. Formerly called the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind, they are an international charity that works with partners in developing countries to treat and prevent all forms of avoidable blindness.

Church House 100 Club

There are seven numbers available in the 100 Club. This is a monthly darw with three prizes - £30, £20 and £10. The annual subscription is £15 per number. This club helps to pay for the running costs of Church House. If you are inhterested in joining or you are an existing member who would like an additional number, please see Ben Grundy (telephone 01963 250363).

Saturday 27 August 2016

More photos of Church Fete

More photos of Church Fete

Some more photos, taken by Sarah, have been added to the Church Fete slideshow.  Please see slideshows.

Sunday 7 August 2016

Photos of Farm Service now available

Photos of Farm Service now available

A few photos of the Farm Service on 31 July are now available as a slideshow.  See Farm Service.

Saturday 6 August 2016

Photos of Church Fete now available

Photos of Church Fete now available

Photos of the Church Fete on 16 July can be see.  Please see Slideshows.

Tuesday 10 May 2016

Pentecost Prayer evening

Pentecost Prayer evening

Over 20 of us popped into church on Monday evening to pray. Some stayed for 30 minutes others stayed for the full 2 hours. There were a number of prayer stations to visit on the theme of the Lord's Prayer. Thank you to those who came. There was a lovely prayerful atmosphere in church.

Monday 4 January 2016

New Year Rainbow

New Year Rainbow

We have had some very stormy weather in the period between Christmas and New Year. Much of the country has been flooded. This is a rainbow that appeared briefly on New Years Day over Milborne Port Church

Tuesday 22 December 2015

Milborne Port Churches Together Carol Service

 Milborne Port Churches Together Carol Service

Lovely carol service made all the more atmospheric with the pew lanterns made by Robert. Also thank you to Pat who organised the service and for all those who made mince pies and served mulled wine. The choir sang 4 anthems including one sung in Norwegian and Reidun wore her national dress. This was the 4th carol service in the Benefice