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Revd Catharine Furlong
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SUNDAY SERVICES
  24th August
2014
THE TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
9.30am Family Communion
  LITTLE GRANSDEN
  6pm Evening Prayer
GREAT GRANSDEN

PEW SHEET NOTICES
ALL AGE WORSHIP—During the months of  September to December the address section of this service will include a craft activity for all.   

OPEN BIBLE STUDY GROUP- 8th September 7.30-9pm at home of Paul & Gill Taylor, 14 Crowtree St. Great Gransden.  All are invited to join others from St Mary’s, Eaton Socon to share and pray together.

VISIT TO THE NATIONAL GALLERY LONDON –13th September. Tour of  ‘Paintings and their Meanings‘. Bishop Christopher Herbert, retired Bishop of St Albans, has kindly agreed to lead a further tour in the Gallery. Travel by train and picnic/lunch in the crypt of St Martin’s in the Field, Trafalgar Square.

RIDE, DRIVE & STRIDER—13th September 10am ‘til 6pm.  This event raises funds through sponsorship for Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust and your nominated church. Please contact me for further details or www.cambshistoricchurchestrust.co.uk
or if you would like to join me on your cycle for a gentle ride to local churches-Sheila George (677553). 

A MINDFUL MEANDER
through the woods will follow the Group Service at Waresley on 14th September.  Return to the Village Hall to enjoy baked potatoes—proceeds for MIND.




 





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