This Week – Families
In church from 10.15am this Friday with Angie, on the road to Emmaus.
Love West Dulwich Spring Fair, 10am – 4pm, Rosendale Road and Croxted Road.
Junior Church cake sale in aid of Christian Aid week – cakes to sell please, bring along on the day or drop off at church on Friday at Small Saints. Thank you.
Next Saturday 21 May: Messy Saints
Come and help create ‘Creation’, our Children’s art project, at church between 3-6pm. There will be no family Eucharist. See further details below.
PS Please bring any old newspapers.
With Fiona, Edwina and Julie. No Junior Church for the choir as it’s their week to stay upstairs.
Ever wonder how all the events, church building and the church year decisions all come about? Have you ever wanted to be involved? You may be what the Parish Parochial Council (PCC) is looking for. Nomination forms are in the welcome hall and the deadline is this Sunday. The annual meeting, when the PCC is elected, is this Tuesday 17 May at 7.30pm
Dates for your diary
Saturday 21 May: Messy Saints In May, June and July we will be creating large scale art, for the L’Arche Creation performance on Sunday 10th July at the 10am service. The art project will take place during Small Saints and Junior Church sessions. It will all kick off on Saturday 21 May, when we will be having a Messy Saints Art afternoon between 3 – 6pm.
10-22 May: Icon Exhibition As part of the Dulwich Festival, 28 Icons by Aidan Hart and his students are on display in church. Open for viewings this weekend and next from 11am to 6pm. If you would like to help by being a church sitter, for an hour or two, please sign up at church.
13-22 May: Dulwich Festival Various events going on around Dulwich. If you haven’t received an events guide through your door, you can check what is going on via their website or follow on twitter @DulwichFestival.
Sunday 19 June: Performance of Noyes Fludde at St John’s Upper Norwood at 4pm. 10 members of our junior choir are singing at the performance. Booking required.
Sunday 26 June: Fundraising lunch in aid of Spafford Children’s Center at 12.30pm at All Saints West Dulwich. Tickets required.
With half term soon approaching, here are some websites to checkout, to see what is going on in and around London
… about bees. All worker bees are female. A bee produces a teaspoon of honey (about 5 grams) in her lifetime. To produce a kilogram of honey, bees fly the equivalent of three times around the world in air miles. The type of flower the bees take their nectar from determines the honey’s flavour. Male bees (drones) have bigger eyes to help them find the Queen Bee.
Prayer for the week
We pray for our local community, and for all the events bringing us together. For our parks and open spaces, letting us embrace God’s creation.
For the week
Please don’t forget to look at the resources for families on the website of Southwark diocese here.
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