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July / August 2019 update
Fete in the Park – Saturday 13th July
PACT are proud to be serving the community with cream teas at the Fete in Petworth Park – sharing God’s love with all people through quintessentially British refreshments! Please come along and take the opportunity to pray for friends and family while you’re there.
Festival Service – Tuesday 16th July at St Mary’s
The PACT Festival Service is the launch to the Petworth Festival, giving thanks to God for the amazing creativity that we’re blessed to see and hear. There’ll be a selection of music, readings, hymns with an address by Stewart Collins on his 10th anniversary as Artistic Director of the Petworth Festival.
Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August – Kids Club at Herbert Shiner Community Hall, Petworth
Amazing fun for all primary school age children. 9.30am-12.30 each day followed by a family fun picnic lunch 12.30-2pm with giant games, bouncy slide, face painting, free drinks and cake. £2.50 per child or £6 per family. For more information contact Annie Sneller 01798 342507, Jackie Smith 01798 342487 or Maureen Purser 01798 343102.
Coffee Mornings – at the United Reformed Church every Friday from 10am, with a hive of activity amongst the stalls and refreshments. All welcome.
Petworth Area Churches Together - working together in harmony
The Petworth Foodbank continues with about two/three calls a week – it is a privilege to be able to provide a practical helping hand to those in need. A big thank you to John Riddell who has steered the operation for the last 5 years – he’s now stepping down and the trusty team of volunteers will continue to support the recipients of food parcels. An enormous thank you to you all!
Kate & Karl Ayling
WEEKLY PARISH PRAYER - AT PLAISTOW CHURCH EVERY SATURDAY MORNING
Each Saturday morning at Holy Trinity Church in Plaistow we gather for half an hour of prayer, beginning at 8.30 am and finishing as the clock strikes nine o'clock. Everybody is welcome - whether you have something specific to pray for or not. You can voice your prayer openly or keep it private or simply affirm the prayers of others. It's not a service as such - there are no processions, rituals, hymns or music. We just sit around the big table and pray.