THE CHURCH PREMISES WILL BE FULLY OPEN FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST. 2021
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Would you like to knit or crochet a 'forget-me-not' flower?
The idea is to do a collage of flowers in the village library to remember all those with the disease.
Contact Sue Dunsmore for further information and a pattern
Please note car parking at the funeral directors on Devon Lane is no longer available. On street parking near the chapel is restricted so it is suggested to park on chapel lane.
Grantham and District Poverty Concern Group is a registered charity 106003 incorporating Grantham Passage which provides without judgement daily hot meals and other assistance for the homeless.These meals are at drop in centres located in different churches in Grantham.
Our church supports Grantham Passage by donating food and other necessities.
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To find out more about Grantham Passage and The Grantham and District Poverty Action Group please visit www.granthampovertyconcern.org.uk
Praying in the Street
We visit designated local streets on a rota basis putting prayer cards through letterboxes and praying for those streets.
There is a Prayer Book available in the church vestibule for any requests and the prayers are offered during Sunday Worship.
Dove Cottage Day Hospice are collecting plastic tops such as shampoo tops, washing up liquid tops, bottle tops, - all washed please. For further information please contact Gill Flood.
After each Sunday worship the flowers are available to give to anyone who is sad, ill or received good or bad news. They do not need to be a member of the congregation.
Please refer to the black folder in the church vestibule.