St Helens Church, High Street, Wheathampstead, St Albans, AL4 8AA. Worship Times: 10am, 3.30pm, 6pm


24-Sept Email about Harvest Service


 

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It’s HARVEST FESTIVAL on Sunday.

 

 

 

All are welcome to our Harvest Service – Sunday 27th Sept, 10.00am.
Join us for our All-age Communion Service to give thanks for the abundance that God has provided (Yes, even in a tough year like 2020!)

Alternatively join us at 6pm for a traditional service of Evensong.  (See below for details). If you can’t come to either of these, join us for our Online Sunday Service – which will be released as usual on Saturday evening.
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You can bring your Harvest Gift to either service, or click here to donate via our website.  This year, we are supporting The Bishop of St Alban’s Harvest Appeal. Click on this link to see how you can contribute to “a Buzz in Nepal”,   Donations can be made by cash, cheque or debit/credit card.

Donations of non-perishable food will go to our local Mission Partner –  the Azalea Project Luton. Appreciated items include tins (with ring pulls) of soup, beans and spaghetti.  Fruit, sweet or savoury rice (dried or tins), coffee, sugar, cereals, drinking chocolate, bottles of squash, biscuits (savoury and sweet).

 

 

Join us at 10am for our All-age Communion,
or at 6pm for Evensong (or worship online).

 

 

 

Rob Milner our Director of Music writes…

“This month’s evensong is special in 3 ways. It is our first evensong since February and it’s a celebration of harvest. We are also dedicating this service to our much loved friend and colleague, Hugh L’Estrange who sadly passed away in July. Hugh was incredibly proud of his musical family and all the choral music has been written by his family, including the world premier of the choral version of Alexander and Joanna’s For the beauty of the earth (originally written for a friend’s wedding).”