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Community Flower Festival 2019
Details and Application Form now Available
Our church, along with St Peter & St Paul
Gosberton and St Mary & St Nicolas Spalding, has
been asked to host a performance of The Vigil – a
courtroom drama focussed on the Easter Story
being staged by the St Nicholas Players during
Holy Week. As well as the regular St Nicholas
Players cast the director is looking for people to
play some of the other parts. If you are
interested please contact Martin Tyrell on 07925
400303. There is a read through at the Vista Hall
in Spalding on Monday 7th January at 7.30pm.
Lincolnshire Churches Trust Sponsored “Ride and Stride”
We are sure you will all remember the fantastic results of the Ride and Stride event last year; when in the East Elloe Deanery £2,458 was collected by the cyclists and walkers who took part. Of that total, a whopping £1,701 was raised by us here at All Saints, Holbeach – our best ever total both in the parish and also in the deanery.
Well, it’s nearly time for the 2018 event – please put Saturday 8th September in your diaries.
On cycle ride day, participants visit any of the churches supporting the event (countywide) by walking, cycling or horse-riding. They can choose how many to visit and how far they wish to travel – there is no set route. All they need to do is ask friends and family to sponsor them either per church visited, or to pledge a donation for their efforts. The visitable churches in East Elloe are:
Fleet St Mary; Fleet Hargate Baptist; Gedney St Mary; Holbeach All Saints; Holbeach Holy Trinity Catholic; Holbeach Methodist; Holbeach Cemetery Chapels; Long Sutton St Mary; Long Sutton Baptist; Lutton St Nicholas; Moulton all Saints; Moulton Chapel Methodist; Moulton Chapel St James; Sutton Bridge St Matthew and Whaplode St Mary.
So, if you would like to cycle to, or walk around a few of our local churches, please ask me for a sponsor form or pick one up in church. There are many interesting churches (of all Christian denominations) on the official list to visit. Why not ask friends to take part too? (Please note that the Highway Code should be followed at all times, and that participating children must be accompanied by an adult.)
The event is a fundraiser for the Lincolnshire Churches Trust, which was founded in 1952 by Lord Ancaster and Bishop Harland to preserve and protect our churches. It is non-denominational and will help any church or chapel which is over 100 years old. The Trust is a vital source of funding to our lovely Lincolnshire churches for things like re-roofing and masonry work, and this deanery has benefited through grants given in recent years, so their work is very important to us – we may well need their support financially in the future. Each participating church keeps half of the money raised by its cyclists/walkers so raising as much as possible promotes the work of All Saints too!
If you can’t walk far or don’t have a bike there are other ways to help:
• We need stewards in Church to welcome participants and sign their forms. There are a couple of slots (1 hour each) unfilled currently – please see the list at the back of the Church and sign up if you can help.
• Sponsor one of our cyclists/walkers Posters are up in church and around strategic places locally, and I have sponsor forms and the list of churches you can visit. If you can help, even in a small way, please let me know, or ask someone at church to put you in touch with me. Oh, and pray for good weather, please!
For further details go to www.lincolnshirechurchestrust.org.uk or contact Kim Biggs 426631
On Saturday 14th July at 7.00pm in the WI Hall
we will be hosting an Elloe East Deanery Barn
Dance with Kim’s delightful band Akmed’s
Camel. Tickets £6 (child £3) to include a bring
and share finger buffet. We hope to cover our
costs and to donate any profits to Christian Aid.
Tickets from Carol Hellen, Kim and the wardens.
Please encourage your family & friends to come.
2018 Flower Festival Gallery now online
Join the global wave of prayer 10th – 20th May 2018
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
During the 11 days of Thy Kingdom Come, it is hoped that everyone who participates will deepen their friendship with Jesus, bring others to know Jesus or know him better, and come to know that every aspect of their life is the stuff of prayer.
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