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Regular Services:
Sundays
11.30am
Sung Eucharist

Additional services where possible on Holy Days, Church Feasts etc.

 
 

October Services:
Sun
2nd
11.30 am
St Michael & All Angels
Sun
9th
11.30 am
Pentecost 21
Sun
16th
11.30 am
Pentecost 22
Sun
23rd
11.30 am
Harvest Festival
Sun
30th
11.30 am
Pentecost 24
 
 

We welcome the Poltney Ringers to help us celebrate St Michael & All Angels.

 

Dates for your Diary:


Sunday 9th October at 12.45 pm in the Church Hall

TRAIDCRAFT STALL
This stall sells Fairtrade tea, coffee, sweets, biscuits, sugar, pasta, cocoa and dates. All top quality items.

Tuesday 11th October 2.0 - 4.0 pm in the Church Hall
Our befriending tea room will be open again. The usual team will be on hand to meet and greet. There is always an open invitation to any member of St John's congregation to come along for the afternoon.

Friday 14th October 10.0 am - 4.0 pm
Sit & Stitch Day in the Church Hall
All aspects of stitching welcome. Be inspired and encouraged by the company and friendly chat. An opportunity to finish cross stitch kits or learn a new skill like patchwork or even take up a hem or two.
Tea and coffee on tap. Bring your own packed lunch. Please phone Lyn to book a table - 07890 902816. 5 a day


Tatties & Herring Harvest Craft Festival
Thursday 20th & Friday 21st October 11am - 4 pm /Saturday 22nd 11am - 2pm

This year, running up to our annual 'tattie and herring' harvest festival we will be holding a three day harvest craft festival. Each day the church will be the venue for various craft workshops and demonstrations. The idea came about following our very successful 'crafts from the past' exhibition last year. Many a visitor said they would love to see how various crafts were done or even have the chance to try their hand at it too.

The crafts being either demonstrated or run as workshops are: lacemaking, patchwork and quilting, canvas work, broomstick crochet and Tunisian Crochet. All aspects of stitching welcome. Be inspired and encouraged by the company and friendly chat. An opportunity to finish cross stitch kits or learn a new skill like patchwork or even take up a hem or two.

Throughout the three days refreshments will be on sale in the church hall including, homemade soups, cheese scones and various home bakes. No admission fee. Charge for workshops. The proceeds from this event will be dedicated to our toilet fund. Further information & to book a place phone Lyn 07890 902816

 

November Book Sale
Friday 4th 10am - 3pm and Saturday 5th 10am -2pm in the Church Hall

Our two-day sale of second-hand books will feature many hundreds of novels and a goodly number of non-fiction books, as well as music CDs (classical, opera, and pop) and DVDs.

We are offering an exceptionally wide range of novels and factual books, due to recent new donations. We have some excellent bargains in new-quality children's books, offering a good deal for parents or grandparents to buy for extra Christmas presents. These are all extremely low-priced thanks to the generosity of local donors. Our books are as always in excellent condition, and all the proceeds go to help fund church projects.

Gordon Johnson

 

Caithness Food Friends
is a new food sharing initiative, where volunteers cook and take a homemade meal to an elderly person within the local area, and over time create the opportunity to build a relationship.

CFF leaflet to download and/or print.
We are on facebook Caithness Food Friends.
See also Caithness Voluntary Group and recent article in local press

Caithness Food Friends Co-ordinator: Victoria Denley Spencer Tel: 01955 609968 or email Victoria


"If you have spare then you can share"

 

Future dates for 2016

Book Sales:
4th and 5th November

Coffee Mornings:
26th November

 

Recent Events:


St John's open Wednesdays
From May to September this year the church has been open to visitors on Wednesdays fom 1200 to 1500 hours. A small team of volunteers has been present to welcome visitors and if necessary to talk about the church and to safeguard the same. We have had a number of visitors, both local and people on holiday in the area. The number is up on last year and the open Wednesdays will start again in May 2017

 


 
 
Rector's Letter

Dear People of Wick and Thurso,

Letter is late this month

With my love and prayers,
Revd Wendy.

 

 

 

 


 
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