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Celebration Choir raised �600 for Wiilowbrook Hospice.
Celebration Choir raised �600 for Wiilowbrook Hospice.
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Friday, August 25

St Helens United Reform Church presents a service with the New Cross Singers Programme includes Sankey and Moody hymns and excerpts from Pharaoh to Freedom from 7.30pm. No entry charge, a retiring collection will be made and refreshments will be served.

g United Reform Church at Peasley Cross is holding a fun day on August Bank Holiday, between 11am and 3pm. Stalls including bouncy castle, tombola, cake, plant stall, hook a duck and more. The Celebration Choir will be performing at 2.45pm. Everyone is welcome.

Every Tuesday

St Helens Parish Church holds a short lunchtime service, starting at 12.30pm. The 20-minute service includes hymns and Bible readings.

g St Michael’s All Angels church on Gartons Lane, Clock Face, holds craft classes for beginners from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Why not pop in and join them? Parishioners also enjoy a cup of tea and a chat after every Sunday’s 9.30am service.

Every Wednesday

St John’s Church in Earlestown are holding a drop-in every Wednesday between 11.30am and 1.30pm for drinks and toast, and biscuits (20p), all in a friendly atmosphere.

Every Thursday

St Aidan’s Church’s Vestry hour is between 7pm and 8pm. Enid Hitchen and Rev Alan Overend will be in church for inquiries