Don’t Forget! International Woman’s Day on Wednesday 8th March 2017!
Calling all ladies – Bring & Share Lunch – 12 -2pm Bring something that represents your country
Please wear something from, or that represents, your country. Or perhaps you can share a song or other music, or a traditional dance.
Great fun time meeting new people.
Women supporting women – Help others from your home country to settle in to a new town/country. Share what you like about Tonbridge. Where are the doctors/dentists? Which is your favourite restaurant? Invite people to come and try your local hobbies or interest. Help people to find their feet and find new friends.
Then pitch in and help us clear up! Hall needed by 2.30pm for a disability play group – thanks for your assistance.
Contact email@example.com so we have some idea of numbers. See you there!
As the year began with prayer and praise, so many continue to pray in hope & expectation – here at Christ Church; at the fortnightly Monday 2.15 prayer group; at the monthly Tonbridge Prayer Initiative (Fri 7pm -midnight); at the joint TACTEG and TACT Tonbridge All Churches Together meetings – for the right person to fill the vacancy here at Christ Church URC Tonbridge. Keep praying!
Pastor Charles was at the church on New Years Eve 7-midnight seeing in the New Year with prayer and praise.
Don’t forget to look on the website or The Messenger magazine to see what each of the three churches in the building are planning for this year.
See the poster in the church window to find details of Tonbridge wide & surrounding area church services each Christmas and Easter. For usual Sunday service times see Tonbridge pages of the Courier or try individual church websites. Alternatively pop into the LifeSprings Cafe weekdays 10-1 to find out more details.
This year we are taking part in the Festival by hosting a window display – part of a townwide book trail.
Take a look at our balcony window and see what book it is representing.
As a clue it is not the bible with Adam, an apple and the serpent!
Pop down to our cafe 10-1pm Monday – Saturday (free drinks after the Sunday service!)
Full festival details at http://www.tonbridgefestival.co.uk/
Any ideas how we could get more involved next year?
Bands and other activities start up at the Castle at 11.30, but the main parade will take place from our end of the High Street at 12.15. It will move up the High Street and into the Castle grounds.
Not only is our church as great vantage point, but it is an opportunity to open up our foyer – so volunteers to serve drinks, play music or support other activities would be great. Speak to Sharon
Don’t forget all this will affect parking in the car park – so turn up early – or walk if possible. Sometimes the exits to the car parks are closed until 12.30 so keep an eye on the noticeboards in the week leading up to the event.