Where has the time gone?!

Thought the title was rather fitting since it has been a while since our last update! Would like to begin by having a re-cap on all the successful events & evenings had in the past year which was only ever made successful by all your support and help along the way, whether it be from church members, committee, our president/vice or those that offer a helping hand, big thanks as always!

So we began with the successful evening last November with a curry night that included a reading all for just £15. There was a great turn out, so we thought it’s definitely worth having another but this time with a difference! A Halloween Clairvoyance Special with Kirsty Stead & Matt Grogan, followed by a curry on 4th November, starting 6.30pm all for just £15. We welcome all Halloween “fancy dress” for this spooky evening of evidence, fun and food. A prize at the end for the best dressed, so please “dress to impress” and purchase your tickets ASAP! Our other successful night was the cheese and wine clairvoyant evening, again a great turn out, so watch this space for the next!

On 5th March we had our psychic fayre followed by an evening demonstration of clairvoyance. For this event we helped raise money for our church and the Pilgrims Hospice. Everyone worked really hard and it certainly paid off! It was our most successful day and evening event “Ever” raising a whopping £730! Thank you all that helped, supported and sent in raffle prizes along with our mediums that worked tirelessly throughout the day.
Due to this incredible success we have had two more psychic fayres, one early September and more recently 1st October which again helped raise funds for our church and Macmillan Cancer. Both these days were successful in themselves and much the same as our March fayre “all hands on deck”! To follow the theme of raising money for the Macmillan Cancer we also have a Clairvoyant evening with Sue Ogilvie and Diane Thompson on 22nd October to further help raise funds for the church and Macmillan cancer, please join us and help this great cause.

Another event not to be missed which is fast approaching is our harvest festival on 23rd October. For this to be a success, please can we ask if you could be so kind and bring in any produce, whether it be breads, cakes, tins, wine, Juice, anything we can auction after our service. Monies will go to our local charity for the blind.
We have also had an increase in raffle sales which again is thanks to you, bringing prizes & purchasing tickets, thank you so much, you are really making a difference!

Something else we have noticed is the increase in numbers for healing after our service which is great news, it just goes to show that giving a bit to yourself can sometimes make all the difference to your overall wellbeing. It is also worth noting that our students are well on their way to becoming fully qualified healers, so on behalf of everyone we wish all the best on the day, sure you’ll all do fab! We are always running a healing course at our church so if you are interested, please speak with our course teacher Terry Tasker who will be more than happy to discuss further details with you. Healers giving healing also receive healing since the energy runs through them onto the patient, so everyone’s a winner!
As we all now start to notice the temperature dropping, daylight hours becoming less and less, we all at times can be affected and even be a struggle to keep motivated. To help with this, we thought we would trial our Soup Kitchen which entails a bowl of soup, roll and some healing all for just £3 (donation) from 11-12 every Saturday. We are planning to start this 5th November so please join us and enjoy an hour of time for yourself.

Last but not least…………..

Can you help or know someone who can?
Our Church door is in real need of an update, a re-paint & varnish to be precise! The building also needs re-pointing especially with winter fast approaching. Are you able or know someone that could lend a hand? If so please approach Averil, Terry or any committee members (Sue, Sarah, Sheila & Mary).
We are also in the process of trying to get a grant/find out further details on double glazing windows so we can keep our Church cosy and warm in the winter months, so watch this space!

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