St Anne's Away Day
Oct
5
8:00 AM08:00

St Anne's Away Day

Our Away Day this year will be at the Marist Centre in Nympsfield where you can spend a day in a beautiful, peaceful setting and in the company of friends from St Anne's. We will be reflecting on God's love for us with a theme of harvest. The day will include lunch and afternoon tea and will cost £20 - unless you're under 18 in which case it's free. Book your place as soon as possible by completing one of the forms at the back of church.

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Churchyard Working Day
Sep
7
10:00 AM10:00

Churchyard Working Day

Once again a summer of good growing weather and churchyard in which many jobs needed to be done has meant our hard working Shet team have not kept upw with all that needs to be done. There will therefore be an opportunity for you to help a little.
You can come and join any time between 10am and 3:30pm.
We will have a tea/coffee break and picnic (or perhaps BBQ) at lunch time and working together to keep our churchyard tidy can be fun — honest!!

If you are able please join us, bring your favourite garden implements such as fork, spade, trowel, clippers and gloves.

Any questions, please contact RIchard.

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African Coffee Break
Sep
6
10:00 AM10:00

African Coffee Break

Lynette and Richard invite you to join them for a coffee morning to help raise funds for those in Rwanda living in poverty who need a little help to become self supporting. Proceeds will go to ‘Send a Cow’ a charity supported by St Annes’s. This will be one of a large number of coffee breaks being organised by different groups and individuals around the country. COme along to find out more about being a coffee grower in Rwanda and how much you know about coffee. Also enjoy a cup of coffee and maybe a cake.

@ Lynette & Richard’s house: 2, Oakhill Avenue, BS30 6JX

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Duck Race & BBQ
Jul
13
3:30 PM15:30

Duck Race & BBQ

  • 90 Chapel Ln Oldland Common, England, BS30 9SY Wielka Brytania (map)
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On Saturday 13th July our popular annual duck race returns, but this year with some changes which we hope will add to the excitement - there will be three races!

These will start at the 'clapper bridge' at the bottom of Court Road and continue along the straight for a short distance, downstream to the finishing line. Hopefully everyone will be able to see each race from start to finish. As there are three races you will have the opportunity to 'sponsor' ducks in each one if you wish. The first race will start at 3.30pm, and the event will probably finish around 6pm after giving out the prizes, which will give people time to go to the evening What If Addams Family Show. There will, of course, be a BBQ during and after the races, so do come along - bringing your family, friends and neighbours to this exciting community event.

We do need help with selling ducks and running the BBQ so PLEASE contact Ernie Parry (9325456) as soon as possible.

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Has Science killed God? (talk)
Jun
19
7:30 PM19:30

Has Science killed God? (talk)

Men’s Group & Orchard Oasis

(Open to everyone men and women)

Talk by the speaker Prof. Hugh Rollinson

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Prof. Hugh Rollinson

Faraday Institute of Science & Religion,

Cambridge

Our speaker will be Professor Hugh Rollinson from the Faraday Institute of Science and Religion in Cambridge. Hugh will speak on the theme "Has Science killed God?" This is perhaps a common contemporary view and should lead to a good discussion of interest to many.

Dinner tickets £13, are on sale now. There will be a choice of menus (including veggie and/or gluten-free).

Available from Steve & Fi Hemmings and Bruce Goodwin

Moblie: 07768 644202

steve.hemmings@cantab.net

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Gospel Concert
Jun
7
7:30 PM19:30

Gospel Concert

A Gospel/Spiritual Concert at UCLG on Friday 7th June at 7.30pm. Tickets will be £10 to include a Glass of Wine (or Soft Drink) and canapes. All proceeds will be shared between St.Anne's and UCLG. For further details or to purchase tickets, please contact Jack or Molly - 9325020

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St Anne's Church & Churchyard - history and content
May
17
7:30 PM19:30

St Anne's Church & Churchyard - history and content

Would you like to know more about our church and churchyard? If so make a note in your diary for Friday 17th May, 7.30pm. A fascinating talk will be given including many facts about when the church was built, when modifications were made, what interesting features exist, their relevance & who has donated them. Also something on the past vicars and curates who have served St Anne's. Research into our churchyard has also revealed some interesting details which are not apparent from walking through the churchyard. Want to know more? Of course you do! So see you on May 17. Cheese & wine/soft drinks will be available in the interval.

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