Author: Sarah Dunn

This year’s lunch will be held on Sunday 7th July from 12.30 pm onwards in the Rectory Garden. Signing up sheets to indicate your attendance and which food item you will be bringing will be available in each church very soon.

On Thursday 4th July from 7-9 pm at All Saints’ Church, Compton, Myra and John Wilkinson will be giving an illustrated talk on their successful work with the charity Education Uganda over the past ten years. Everyone is welcome to attend this interesting and informative evening. There will be a retiring collection for All Saints’…

St. Matthew’s are holding their fete on Sunday 30th June. As usual, it will take place on the Recreation Ground from 1-4 pm. All the popular family attractions will be there. This is the biggest annual fund- raising event for St. Matthew’s. Please do come along and bring your friends. We look forward to seeing…

There will be no meeting in June. We will meet again on 3rd July at 8 pm in Compton School Hall, continuing our journey through Mark’s gospel.

St. Matthew’s will be organising the very popular village fete again this year. It will take place on the Recreation Ground on Sunday 30th June from 1p.m. – 4p.m. There will be no parade this year although there will still be all the ususal family attractions, music BBQ, bar and ice creams. Please put the…

The next St.Matthew’s coffee morning will be held on Monday 3rd June at 10 a.m. in the Church Room. Everyone will receive a warm welcome. Come and join us for coffee, cake and biscuits.

The next meeting of the Good Book Group will take place on Wednesday 1st May at 8 p.m. at Compton All Saint’s Primary School. We shall continue to look at the Gospel of Mark, chapters 3-5.

Soon we shall be invited to enter once again into the events of Holy Week. We look again at the heart of our faith; challenge ourselves again with the telling of Christ’s last week of preaching and teaching, healing and debating, remind ourselves again of his last words, his last actions, his last agony. Why…

Wishing you a joyful and happy Easter. We invite you to share with us in this greatest of all Christian festivals. The services of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday as well as Easter Day are all part of what makes Easter so special. Do come and join these services.

The next Hursley cafe will be open again for breakfast on Saturday 27th April, from 9 am – 12 noon. Everyone will receive a warm welcome. Do come along and join us for bacon rolls and coffee.