Thank you to all who joined in with the carol singing outside the Church on Christmas Eve. We hope it put you in a festive mood!
Sadly, owing to the current restrictions, we will not be holding any services during January and February this year. The Church will remain open for private prayer and quiet reflection every day during daylight hours.
We are very much hoping that it will be possible to hold a special service for Mothering Sunday on 14th March. Please put the date in your diary and more details will follow nearer the time.
Finally, we will be looking for a new Secretary and Treasurer to join us from late April this year. Neither role is particularly onerous or time-consuming. Please do consider whether or not you might be able to help and, if so, contact any member of the team for further information.
Anne, Aubrey, John, Robin and VanessaStanton
2020 Stanton 100 Club
January winners were numbers
Next draw is at the pop-up pub on Friday 13th March when winners will be drawn for February and then March.
There are still a few numbers left, so it’s not too late to join – contact Robin Schneider Tel 851362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – or go for it on the night – £22 for the rest of the year
We are now into Lent. The Pewsey deanery has, like last year, come up with some great activities that can prompt us into a bit of self-reflection.
There are films being held on selected Mondays in Pewsey Methodist Church – the first on 11/3 at 19:00 “Babette’s Feast”, the Oscar winning Danish drama set in the 19th Century. On Wednesdays at 19:30 Gerald Osborne is talking about St Mark’s Gospel.
There are talks by ex CEOs and retired judges and a puppet show in Savernake.
So have a look at the activities and see if there is anything that appeals to you: https://www.comeandyouwillsee.com/events