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Events for this month...

Thursday 11th
10:30am
Sunday 14th
8:00am
Sunday 14th
9:15am to 9:45am
Sunday 14th
10:30am
Monday 15th
7:30pm
Thursday 18th
10:30am
Sunday 21st
8:00am
Sunday 21st
10:30am
Sunday 21st
6:30pm
Tuesday 23rd
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Wednesday 24th
12:30pm
Thursday 25th
10:30am
Sunday 28th
8:00am
Sunday 28th
10:30am

Events are coming soon...

May 2

HAYES MEN’S FELLOWSHIP

Newsletter May 2017, edited by Allan Evison, HMF Honorary Secretary

(Membership Enquiries: For more information on joining the Fellowship retired and semi-retired men can ring me for a friendly chat on 020 8402 7416, or please drop me an e-mail to allanevison001@gmail.com.)

Latest News

Emergency Ambulance...

May 2

HAYES PHILHARMONIC CHOIR

In 1944, the two Hayes churches (as they then were) planned initiatives to revive the local community after the war. One of these was the Hayes Churches Musical Society, which was “up and singing” in time for the VE Day Service on Hayes Common. There was an orchestra too (now Hayes Symphony Orchestra), which split off in 1947, and in 1951 the Hayes Churches Musical Society became Hayes Philharmonic Choir. Singers from outside Hayes were welcomed, but...

May 2

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK

14th – 20th May 2017

On Sunday 7th May at our 10.30am Service we will welcome a Speaker from Christian Aid headquarters to talk to us about the work of Christian Aid.

Also on Sunday 7th May there will be bundles of Christian Aid Week Envelopes for you to deliver to a...

Apr 18

Hayes Men’s Fellowship - April Newsletter

Newsletter April 2017, edited by Allan Evison, HMF Honorary Secretary

(Membership Enquiries: For more information on joining the Fellowship retired and semi-retired men can ring me for a friendly chat on 020 8402 7416, or please drop me an e-mail to allanevison001@gmail.com.)

Latest News

Foodbank:...

Apr 18

EDWARD GEORGE BULLER, 9 JAN 1921 – 11 FEBRUARY 2017

An extract from the eulogy prepared by Rosemary and Michael, and read out at the service of thanksgiving, telling about his life in World War II.

…With the onset of war, Ted volunteered for the RAF, much to the disgust of his father, who wanted to get him a commission for the Royal Navy. Ted was sent for training in Blackpool and lodged at a guest house with...

Apr 18

Mothers’ Union tackling women’s Economic Empowerment

How many of us take for granted that we have the freedom and ability to obtain and control our own economic resources? We can apply for the jobs we want, operate our own bank accounts and spend our money on what we choose. Mothers' Union know, through our work with communities across the world and the experiences of our 4 million members, that this is simply not the reality for so many women.

 

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Mar 7

HAYES MEN’S FELLOWSHIP

Newsletter March 2017, edited by Allan Evison, HMF Honorary Secretary

(Membership Enquiries: For more information on joining the Fellowship retired and semi-retired men can ring me for a friendly chat on 020 8402 7416, or please drop me an e-mail to allanevison001@gmail.com.)...

Mar 7

IAN ‘BAZ’ ROWE

Group Scout Leader
32nd Bromley (St Mary’s Hayes) Scout Group

On so many occasions over the past three years uniformed leaders of the 32nd Bromley Scout Group have been asked by the people of Hayes ‘How is Baz?’ Just asking the question showed the love and affection he was held in. In truth, it was not an easy question to answer as Baz always made light of his problems; he just got up and got...

Mar 7

EMMANUEL

"Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel" (which means, God with us).   Matthew 1:23

 

Ever since man developed the first glimmerings of a spiritual life he had begun to seek beyond himself and his immediate needs. First there was artistic endeavour in cave paintings and ornamentation of ordinary objects. Simple music began to be played and the voice was used for more than communication. Somewhere, in all of this, he began to reach out towards some...

Feb 1

THE CRIB SERVICE

Preparations for the Crib Service began a couple of weeks beforehand with a gathering of ladies who cut out a great many card crowns, donkeys, sheep and stars, whilst being plied with cups of tea and mince pies by our hostess.  Each shape then had a hole punched into it for Christmas ribbon to be threaded through so they could be hung on a Christmas tree later.  As people arrived for the service they were given a little battery candle, together with the shapes which they...

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