Newsletter

January 2022

Dear Friends,

We hope you all had a nice Christmas and New Year. Spring is just around the corner, which is something we all seem to be looking forward to, it is lovely to see all the new growth, bulbs coming through, leaves on the trees and the little lambs, it reminds me of new starts and a fresh approach to everything that is going on in our lives. We know that these last couple of years have not been easy for many and our prayers and thoughts go to all those who have been affected by what has been going on in our world, but don’t forget, whatever we have been going through, God does listen to our prayers and in his way, he will answer them, remember we are all his children. Easter this year is in April, and we will be holding our Good Friday service, starting at 2pm with Holy Communion, providing no lockdowns!

We have not booked any Clairvoyant evenings for these first three month’s however, we will let you know if this changes.

Eunice our membership secretary asked me to to remind you membership is now due, it is £3 for the year, if you are interested in becoming a member of the Church, please see Eunice for further details.

If you would like to have flowers placed upon the alter for a special anniversary for a loved one, please let Josie know at least a week in advance, you can either get the flowers your self or arrange with Josie how much you would like to pay.

A reminder that the Church is registered for Weddings, we can also conduct Weddings or Wedding Vows/Blessings, Christenings, Memorial services and Funerals (both Cremations and Burials) at various locations, please see Jane for more details on these or any other ministerial matters.

We will resume Healing on a Wednesday evening starting 9th February at 6-20pm till 7pm.

We would like to take this opportunity of thanking all the Mediums and Congregation members for their support during the last year.

Please remember if you need to talk, I am only a phone call away or email me on janekaby407@gmail.com

Many Blessings
Rev Jane Kaby,
President/Minister