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Events for this month...

Sunday 2nd
8:00am
Sunday 2nd
10:30am
Sunday 2nd
6:30pm
Wednesday 5th
2:00pm to 4:00pm
Thursday 6th
10:30am
Sunday 9th
10:30am
Tuesday 11th
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Thursday 13th
10:30am
Friday 14th
2:00pm to 4:30pm
Friday 14th
3:45pm to 5:15pm
Friday 14th
4:45pm to 6:15pm
Saturday 15th
11:00am to 4:30pm
Sunday 16th
8:00am
Sunday 16th
12:00pm to 4:30pm
Sunday 16th
6:30pm
Tuesday 18th
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Wednesday 19th
12:30pm
Thursday 20th
10:30am
Sunday 23rd
8:00am
Sunday 23rd
10:30am
Tuesday 25th
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Thursday 27th
10:30am
Sunday 30th
8:00am
Sunday 30th
10:30am
Sep 4

HAYES HERALD ARTICLE SEPTEMBER 2018

It is mid-August when I am writing this article and I feel excited to share what I have observed so far in this month. As every year, in mid-August there are clear signs that the summer season is coming to an end. But our attitude this year towards its ending is rather different, I observe. In previous years, by this time in August I would often hear sad comments such as, ‘our summer is over’, ‘Where did the summer go?’, ‘We...

Aug 9

Mini Music Picnic - Moved to Old Church Schools

The picnic fun will still continue in the Old Church Schools (opposite library gardens, next to De Stefano car garage). 

We will have an indoor picnic, games, craft and treasure hunts.  If the weather brightens up, we can still go in the garden.

Hope to see you there 12-2pm!

Apr 8

ANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH MEETING & ANNUAL MEETING OF PARISHIONERS

The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Wednesday 18th April at 7.30pm in the Church.

We will be electing two Churchwardens and four PCC members: three members retire by rotation after three years.  One has resigned after one year so there will be an election to fill their place for two years. We are extremely grateful to all them for their valuable service and tremendous input into...

Apr 8

United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

The 62nd United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) took place between March 12th and 23rd and for the second year running Mother’s Union sent a delegation of members and staff to...

Mar 10

WHY WAIT?

As March begins, we will be into the second week of Lent, a time of waiting, in preparation to follow Jesus to Jerusalem, to the cross and finally to victory over death.  It is a time when we remember Jesus’ fast and temptation in the Wilderness for forty days.  A time when, traditionally, we focus upon self-examination and repentance, a time of prayer, study and reflection.  You might be reading this and thinking that, as Christians, should we not come to God every day in prayer, humbly asking for forgiveness and ...

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