at St. Andrew's, Grinton
Remember a Loved One this Advent
During Advent, from Sunday 2 December until Christmas Day, there will be a Marie Curie Tree of Remembrance in St. Andrew’s Church, Grinton. You are invited to write a message to remember a loved one on a tag, and to add it to the tree. If you would also like to support the work of Marie Curie, you can make a donation in church or send one by post or online.
More information at: https://www.mariecurie.org.uk
Marie Curie Helpline: 0800...
Muker Hall and Institute have launched their new website. Their hope is that the website will result in additional interest in using the hall and institute and help to sustain them in the future.
Have a look and see what they are doing - https://mukerorg.com/
An invitation to learn more about the Christian faith
We are planning to run a second Pilgrim course in September and October for anyone who would like to learn more about the Christian faith, whether you attended the first course or not.
You are welcome if you:
want to think and learn about the Christian faith
have recently started coming to church or are thinking about coming
are thinking about baptism, either for yourself or your children
have been a Christian and a...
Offer of money for your church when you renew your home insurance
Want to help our church buildings by taking care of your own?
See www.ecclesiastical.com/Trust130 when renewing your home insurance.
If you decide that Ecclesiastical offer the best policy for you then nominating one of our parish churches will ensure that they receive £130 from Ecclesiastical’s 130 years anniversary offer [see terms and conditions below] at no further cost to you.
Terms and conditions:
1. To celebrate our 130 year anniversary we...
Saturday 23 June
This starts at Fremington Village Hall at 10.30am for tea and coffee. Michael Briggs, a ranger in the National Park, will lead the walk, which will be approx. 6 miles.
The 6 refugee families who are in living in Richmondshire are coming to join in, and it would be lovely to have some Swaledale families and individuals to welcome them, to help with refreshments and to walk with them. After the walk, there will be a ‘Good Yorkshire tea’ back at the hall.