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St Peter's Church News

This page has all the latest news for St Peter's Church, Stonebroom.



Regular activities at St Peter’s Church

ART GROUP

Every Monday afternoon 2.00pm to 4.00pm

Materials supplied if necessary.  This is a self help group, painting from photographs, still lifes, etc..

 

BENEFICE MUSIC GROUP

Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm

Music, religious and secular, can be provided for any instrument and all abilities.

Contact Alan Randle 01773 872643 for meeting dates.


FUTURE EVENTS

COFFEE MORNING

We shall be holding a Coffee Morning in church on Saturday 18th August from 11 o’clock onwards.

There will be a raffle and bring and but stall.

Please come and support us whilst enjoying a drink and a natter.



Craft evening


There will be NO craft evening this month to give everyone’s busy fingers a bit of a holiday.  We will meet again on 19th September when we will gather all our poppies together so that we can start attaching them to the net to start our stream of poppies.


STONEBROOM METHODIST CHURCH

Invite you to meet their new Children’s Worker 

CRISTO RODRIGUES 

As he leads a Café Church at 6pm on Sunday September 9th.

Please come along to meet him and give your support to this exciting step of faith.



THANK YOU

Petertide celebrations

Yet another enjoyable and successful weekend.  The weather was kind to us and the events were well attended.  At the Garden Party a profit of £1139 was raised for church funds.  Many thanks to all those who made this happen, particularly those who slaved away in the kitchen on a very warm day.  The weekend closed with our Songs of Praise service, held jointly with the Methodist Church and thanks are expressed to all who contributed to this service.

Summer Concert

A joint concert by two choirs was held a St Peter’s on the last Saturday in June.  Alfreton Male Voice Choir was joined by the choir of Stonebroom School to provide a truly enjoyable evening.  It is so good to see the future generation so interested and enthusiastic about performing live music.  Thanks must go to all who helped, particularly to Mrs Kaye from Stonebroom School and to Ken Aspinall who organised the event.  Thanks also to Mainstream Foods for the loan of their Car Park for the evening.  A total of £323 was made for church funds.



Looking forward to September

Harvest Festival

Sunday 23rd 10.30am

Harvest Supper

Monday 24th 6.00pm

See next month’s newsletter for more details.








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