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Christmas Cards - the traditional cards depicting the St. Peter's Nativity scene and St. Peter's Christmas Tree will be available for just £3.00 for a pack of 5 cards from Sunday from either Anne Swerling or Ranjan David.


Miss Lyn Walker has kindly offered to make her fabulous Christmas treats and has displayed a list of the items at the back of Church. All orders to be placed directly with her (01727 855789) or through Anne Swerling (020 8950 8923) by either Saturday 4th December for collection on Sunday 12th, or by Saturday 11th December for collection on Sunday 19th December after the 9:30 service.


Christmas bread           Trees £6.00

                                      Loaves £4.50

Mince pies                    Pack of six £2.50

                                     Pack of twelve £4.50

Chocolate logs              Boxed £4.50

Bread                           Pizza £2.00

                                    White cottage loaf £1.25

                                    Brown loaf £1.25



Christmas is coming!


Christmas Hampers - we need donations of various items to include in three Luxury Christmas Hampers that we intend raffling. A list of items we need is displayed at the back of Church and summarised below. Please put your name against items you are kindly intending to donate or inform Ranjan David (020 8950 1822). All donations to be handed over to Ranjan by Sunday 5th December. The draw will be held after the 9:30am service on Sunday 19th December 2021.


Hamper items: Hamper baskets, Christmas pudding, Champagne, Prosecco, wine, sherry, spirits, mince pies, shortbread, chocolates, preserves, honey, savoury biscuits, panettone, stollen, fruit cake, nuts, chutney, mustard.



St. Peter’s Church, Bushey Heath

wishes to appoint a

Sacristan

The sacristan assists the parish priest by helping to prepare for services and by caring for the sacred vessels and vestments.

No previous experience is required as full training will be given. This is a voluntary post which would suit anyone who wants a greater role in the liturgical life of the church, but is happy to work in the background.

For an informal discussion please speak to Father Andrew.



Additional Curates Society Lent boxes

ACS works to support the provision of priests in ‘poor and populous parishes’ especially those in which the incumbent only receives a half-stipend (or no stipend at all). If you wish to have a collecting box for the work of ACS these are available at the back of church or from Fr. Andrew.


 


Advertisements in ‘Together’

If you have appreciated reading the ‘Together’ periodical published by the Church Union on behalf of the Catholic Societies of the Church of England you might like to make a donation towards the cost of St. Peter’s Easter advertisement.

 Contributions support the publication of the paper and make a statement about our corporate life as part of the Richborough family. 

Donations please to Fr. Andrew.



OPEN CHURCH

Churchwarden Anne Swerling (020 8950 8923) would like to hear from anyone who could spare time to help keep the church open at various times during the week with a vew to discussing this very worthwhile outreach to visitors wishing to look around or just spend some quiet time in prayer.  

Please give names/contact details to her as soon as possible.

Thank you



The Red Trust, Bushey

Following the visit of local representative Alison Saunders to some of the harvest events last October, the PCC have agreed to host a box for donations of food towards the food bank which the charity runs, along with its other activities in support of the local community in Bushey.   

Please feel free to contribute to this if you wish. 

The box can be found at the back of church by the sound cupboard.

The Red Trust, Bushey: suggested donations for the Foodbank

We make up bags of different sizes so we need small, medium and large in all the foods listed.

 

Cereals

Canned vegetables

Canned meat or vegetarian protein

Canned fish

Canned fruit

Rice pudding

Biscuits

Sugar

Rice/noodles

Tea or coffee

Juice

UHT milk/powder

Pasta sauces

Toilet rolls/toiletries

Treats (eg. chocolate/crisps)


The Niland Centre on the Elstree Road
offer various days of reflection, talks and workshops throughout the year

Please see fliers on the mobile notice board
or
view online at:
www.nilandconference.co.uk/programme-of-events/

Telephone no: 020 8950 4000

 

Bellringers wanted

 Practice is on Wednesday Evenings 8 – 9.15 pm.

If you are interested please contact

Victor on 07707 303558

 Full training given

 


CRAFT AFTERNOONS

2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month


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