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Free church kneelers

St Peter’s Church, Stockbridge has 50 red kneelers and 30 blue kneelers which are being offered for free. Each kneeler measures approximately 29cm by 20cm, and 8cm deep.


If anybody is interested in having any of them please contact pamelaclarke847@btinternet.com  or alexlawrence84@yahoo.co.uk to arrange collection.

Hymn Books for donation

All Saints Church, Braishfield has recently replaced their hymn books and consequently there are words only copies of both Ancient and Modern revised and Mission Praise looking for a home, in return for a donation.

  • 85 x words only editions of Ancient and Modern revised plus 2 large print editions. They all have the name of our church stamped in the front. Used (purchased by our church in 1978) but all in good condition.

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  • 30 words only editions (1998) of Mission Praise plus 7 large print editions. Large print are paperback; others are hardback. The books all have the name of our church stamped into the front. All used but in good condition with intact spine and pages.

Contact Kate.Marshall@quarendon.net

‘Encourage, Inspire, Challenge’

(with insights from the Bible – First Letter of Peter)

Pre-Advent Course 2019

Wednesdays

6th, 13th, 20th and 27th November

In our ‘Pre-Advent’ course this year, as part of our reflections and preparations for Advent and Christmas, we shall explore together Biblical Themes of ‘Encourage, Inspire, Challenge’

Each evening will include input/discussion/refreshments/fun!

These evenings are open to all in the Romsey Deanery.  You are most welcome to join us to share with and learn from one another as we seek to grow

Venue: Poppies, Choice Plants, Timsbury, SO51 0NB

Time: 7.30 – 9.30 pm

Plenty of parking available.  Advance indication if attending will be helpful:  please email Braishfieldbenefice@gmail.com

“The book of 1 Peter is a personal favourite of mine. There is so much in it that is pertinent for the Church, for the world, for the times we are living in and for us as we seek direction for the Anglican Communion in the years ahead.”

Archbishop Justin Welby