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Breakfast Article posted 07 May Mercifully the thunderstorms forecast for Saturday 7th May did not materialise, so the S. Breakfast organised by the Walsingham Cell went ahead without a hitch and was very well supported.
A Toast to Billy Corless Article posted 29 Apr Billy Corless was held in high regard by all the Servers at St James' - a legend for correctness, a man of hugely high standards when it came to serving at the Altar, indomitable, strict, but respected by all.
We were all saddened to learn of his passing on 28th April, and the following day at the traditional annual Servers' Night Out all present raised their glasses in a toast to this remarkable man. May he rest in peace and rise in glory. Easter Article posted 10 Apr Here are some photographs of our celebrations in the days leading up to Easter Sunday From the Seder meal, through Good Friday to the great celebration of Easter itself, each year we focus on Christ's great love in enduring the cross, but also of his rising again from the dead, conquering death itself and bringing his unquenchable light to the world.
Palm Sunday Article posted 22 Mar This year it was our turn to walk across the traffic-infested main road and visit our friends at Blessed English Martyrs. As ever, Father Tom's welcome was warm and unstinting.
It was good to see him and to join with his congregation in a united act of worship on this great festival. Then we returned to St James' for our Eucharist service.
Mothering Sunday Presentation Article posted 06 Mar Ellen Crompton has played a central role in making the church look beautiful for the past 58 years. She has been coordinating flower arranging for all that time, sourcing and ordering the best blooms, arranging the displays herself, and giving guidance to a team of willing helpers down through the years.
Many a time her living room has been totally full of buckets of flowers as she cajoled them into opening just at the right time! To mark our gratitude to Ellen for so many years of unstinting service, a presentation was made at the Mothering Sunday main Eucharist.
The applause rocked the rafters! Burns Night Article posted 23 Jan We celebrated Burns Night on Friday 22nd January this year, when over a hundred folk gathere in the Parish Centre to honour the Bard and to enjoy the delights of the table.
Centrepiece was of course the Haggis, which was ceremoniously piped in by our piper for the evening, Rob Blackmore. The evening was a resounding success, with much hilarity and good humour particularly during the Scottish country dance session which followed the Haggis Supper.
Thanks to all the team who worked so hard to put on this splendid event, and thanks to all who attended and made the evening so enjoyable. Breakfast Article posted 20 Dec We were grateful to the Cell members who worked hard to provide full English breakfasts for all who came - good to see the Parish Room decorated in fine festive style!
Breakfast Article posted 23 Aug Our thanks to members of the Walsingham Cell, who cooked breakfast for all and sundry on Saturday morning.
The event began with a Festival Eucharist at Traditionally on this day we give thanks to God for our Mothers, but also for Mother Church. He spoke compellingly of Being Christian his overall theme for the course and of Being Spiritual in today's world. If you missed it, you missed a very thought-provoking and valuable event - make every effort to be there next week!
The Great British Shave-off! Bill and John have put their faces where their mouths are when it comes to raising money to pay for the new heating boilers!
Here's the proof - click on the photographs to see the evidence in full! This unbelieveable performance happened before a capacity audience - with much mirth and merriment! HAMS lived up to its name - the cast members gave their all to create a view of Haydock never before imagined - a psychadelic scenario defying description.
The aim was to delight the audience and raise funds to meet the cost of our new heating boilers. Our thanks to cast and organisers, and to all the folk who supported this event in such numbers!East Bay Summer Camp Guide for Oakland and Berkeley families featuring day camps in STEM, sports, cooking, arts, music, and so much more!
The Lord's Prayer Some Thoughts Article posted 23 Sep The Lord's Prayer is perhaps the most familiar Christian prayer, which many of us learned in childhood. Below is a list of online courses, hybrid courses, in-person courses, and distance learning courses offered by Online and Professional Studies organized by discipline.
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Hi Stu. Actually it probably isn’t because it’s a custom object class – I’ve done custom objects without any trouble.
You need double’check that all the atrributes are spelled correctly in your CSV, that you have MPRs giving you permission to create them, all required attributes set – that sort of thing.