Harvest Festival at St John's this Sunday 17th September at 10.00am
Come and join us for a traditional Harvest Service as we give thanks to God for all that we have been given and also pause to think of those many people both near and far who don't have enough to provide for their families.
We are again asking for tins and packets of food rather than fresh food.
These will go to the Food Bank in Wilmslow. We will also have a collection for the Mustard Seed Appeal — a fund started by the Archbishop of Canterbury to help people in financial crisis with advice and support; to avoid them having to go to disreputable lenders.
The service will be followed by refreshments. All welcome.
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