THANK YOU – for all your hard work yesterday at the Community Games event. It will be really helpful to know your thoughts on the day; do take a few moments to let Rev’d Chris or Helen know how you think it went.
Flowers in Church – the flowers are from the wedding last week, and looked after by Liz Newcombe –
Thank you Bruce, Emma and Liz.
Monday 19th June 10-11.30am ‘Angel Tots’ in the Church Room
Tuesday 20th June 8.00pm Social and Fundraising team meeting – Annins Cottage
Wednesday 21st June 2.00pm Scrabble at Cunningham House
Wednesday 21st June 8.00pm Gospel Choir in the Stefanetti Music Suite, Pirbright School
Teaching about the Ministry of Healing - Sunday 25 June 2017 at St Mary's Horsell, from 6-8pm. Please see the poster in the porch for more information.
‘Angel Tots’ annual Family Picnic – Saturday 8th July from 12.30pm. All present, and recent Angel Tots families welcome. Reservation forms available at Angel Tots on Monday mornings, or email Barbara Douglas firstname.lastname@example.org
The choral scholars of Kings College Cambridge - known as The Kings Men are returning to St Michaels Church on Tuesday 11th July at 8pm for their second concert here. They had a fantastic welcome from Pirbright last year and I hope it will be another sell out this year. Tickets are £20 each to include some interval refreshments and can be booked now from Philip Barralet on 473737 or email@example.com. All profits to Woking Hospice. Sign up sheet on table by front door. Please book early.
Garden Party and Strawberry Cream Teas – please join us on Saturday 15h July, at Bakersgate, 3pm – 5pm. Tickets £6 adults, £4 children (12 yrs and under). Tickets from Barbara Douglas firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up sheet available on table by front door
Woking Foodbank – currently the priorities are washing up liquid, canned potatoes, packet mashed potato, mini rice puds, toothbrushes and toothpaste, steamed puds and chicken casserole. All other donations are also really appreciated. If you can take a turn delivering Foodbank goods, please speak to Catherine Cobley.