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There will be an open meeting on Wednesday 4th May, 7.30pm, at St Mary Magdalene’s at which Joan Callaghan will lead a discussion on how the Parish might engage more fully with the local community. The emphasis of the meeting will be on how use can be made of the internet to take advantage of the opportunities there like Facebook and Twitter and our web site. Joan will be using the technology and internet link at St Mary Magdalene’s to illustrate how it might be done. Hopefully this will lead to positive outcomes for Open Church, Friends of St Thomas’ and the Parish’s GAP programme, so please put the date in your diary.
Each day St Thomas’ opens its doors to all pilgrims and passers-by. A dedicated team of folk
The following Baptisms took place at St Thomas’ :
Nell Elizabeth – 13th March
Juliette Rose – 13th March
Finley Nicholas – 27th March
Freddie Jacob – 27th March
Our AGM is on Sunday 10th April at 12 noon in the Church Hall
Before the Annual General Meeting make sure that your name is on the Church Electoral Roll. A new roll will be open from 13th March to 27th March. All regular members of our congregations should be on the roll, not least so that they can vote at our AGM but also to show your membership of the Anglican Communion.
Think and pray about joining the Parochial Church Council. We meet every other month and help the Church grow, look after our buildings, discuss national issues, eg women bishops, same sex marriages, etc., and generally run and lead the Churches. We need people with vision! Forms to join the PCC will be available after 13th March.
Read our Annual Report which will be published soon. This gives an over-view of all our activities and gives you an insight into how God is working amongst us in so many ways.