What’s on in October & November 2020

*** Weekly what’s on ***

Sunday services 10am: Weekly church service (in person or on Zoom) at St Mary’s. Email parishoffice@ash-vale.org.uk for the link or text 07730609446

Monday Coffee Zoom 11am: Join the #ChapelKids and #LittleLambsLibrary parents & carers for a coffee chat online via zoom. No agenda just a chance to chat, offload, and share a laugh. Text Alex for the link 07730 609446

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Community Spirit

Lately I’ve been trying to work out what ‘community’ actually means to me. I’ve obviously had my own views, just as others have theirs, but what I think relates best to the Ash, Ash Vale and Ash Green Coronavirus Support Group and is two-fold. Firstly, we have INTEREST, being a group of people who share the same interest and passion. Secondly we have ACTION, where we have a group of people trying to bring about change.

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Transforming Generosity – Bible Study

A new season of Bible studies based on the Gospel of Luke

An invitation from Guildford Diocese Stewardship team: Would you like to join us this October for Transforming Generosity? Over the month we will look together at the Gospel of Luke, seeking a deeper understanding of God’s abundant generosity, reflecting on generous giving as part of our discipleship and worship, and responding by continuing to build generous churches.

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Remembering in 2020

As in every year since 1919 those who have fallen in armed conflicts will be remembered in acts of worship across the country both on 11th November itself and also on Sunday 8th November.  There have been calls to scale Remembrance commemorations down as the devastating conflict which initiated the Acts of Remembrance has now gone beyond its centenary, and the end of the Second World War is now 75 years ago.  This year as never before, the scale of our Remembrance will be limited due to the pandemic that none could have expected we would be fighting even eleven months ago.

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