• Churches Count on Nature
    I am sure you will have heard in the news about the decline in biodiversity that our nation is experiencing.Churchyards are often seen as a crucial haven for wildlife and in the second week of June many churches are recording the wildlife in their churchyards and reporting what they find to the National Biodiversity Network.… Continue reading Churches Count on Nature
  • Nobody fell in the lake
    Ferneyhurst Lake was the target for our litter picking efforts in early May. It was a beautiful morning and we enjoyed the company of some very small ducklings, along with adult mallards and other bird species. The mature hawthorn was covered in blossom and the fish in the lake were evident!However, the photo below shows… Continue reading Nobody fell in the lake
  • Ladies Get Together
    We are re-starting our ladies’ social get-togethers, and the first one will be a cuppa and catch-up (and some cake of course!) on Saturday 11th June 9.30 – 11am in St John’s Church Hall. If possible, please contact Tracey by Wednesday 8th June if you are coming, or for more details: 07904 502214.Hope to see… Continue reading Ladies Get Together
  • Volunteers wanted to run Powerpoint for St John’s services
    We are now using PowerPoint for our services at St. John’s Church. Please contact Mike Bunce or email the church office if you can help by going on the rota to run the prepared PowerPoint at our services. Training will be given.
  • Looking for vergers – urgently
    We have many weddings and other services coming up vastly over the summer months, if anybody would be willing to Verge at Weddings/Funerals please could you email the office.