St Helens Church, High Street, Wheathampstead, St Albans, AL4 8AA. Worship Times: 8am, 9:30am, 3.30pm


Notices from Sunday’s Pew Sheet


Work Party at St Peter’s Church – Saturday 21st September, 2-5pm. Any help with urgent jobs in St Peter’s Church would be appreciated. For information, contact Stephen 07739 647387.

 

Wednesday 25th September 7.30pm. Azalea Prayer Meeting for all, at St Helen’s. Led by the Azalea Team. Please come and support our local sponsored charity as we learn more of the challenges of their ministry in Luton.

 

Sandridge Flower Festival. All are invited to take part in the Sandridge Flower Festival “Saints and Heroes” on 4th – 6th October. For details, please pick up a postcard from the back of church or contact Christine 01727 831623 or Christine@nutton.org.uk

 

‘Life and Death’ Café: Tuesdays, 24th September and 15th October at 7.30pm. An opportunity to talk through all the practical and experiential issues concerning preparing for and dealing with death.  This is an issue whatever our age and life experience concerns us all.  We will be using material prepared by the Church of England entitled ‘Grave Talk’ – which we piloted last year. The meetings will last an hour and will include refreshments.

 

News and events at St Helen’s and St Peter’s. We send much information about activities in the parish by email. If you are not receiving periodic messages from us them please ask Helen Caldwell or David Pangbourne, our wardens, or call or drop into the office and we will arrange for you complete a request form to add you to the mailing list.

 

Sat 28th Sept, 7-10pm Harvest Barn Dance at St Helen’s School Hall. Suitable for adults and children.  Tickets £10 for adults, £5 for children.  There will be a ploughman’s supper, a licenced bar selling beer, wine and soft-drinks and a prize draw.  All profits to Kimbilio – our charity partner in the DRC.  Tickets are available to book via Mel in the office 01582 834031 / office@sth-stp.org or after the 9:30am service each week.

 

 

 

URC Building, Brewhouse Hill.   For those who did not receive our email explaining that the PCC had decided to withdraw from the development project at this site a copy of the letter from Richard Banham is available at the back of the church.