Monday, 2 July 2012

May 2012

The cross placed outside for Easter lasted well.  
The bog garden is now well established, and the weather seems to have suited it this year.  The Guelder roses have flowered for the first time this year.
May started with a coffee morning on Saturday May 5th.  This was well attended.
Unusually, the Needlework day was on a Thursday (the 10th) in order to allow for people's other commitments.
May 13th was a "Fellowship Service" where members of the congregation bring along items for the service.
The men's breakfast met on the 14th and had a good discussion (not to mention breakfast!)
On Wednesday 16th, the Ladies' meeting was addressed by Steve Drinkall, who gave an illustrated talk about wildlife.  The evening was our church meeting.
The supper club on the 24th was a smaller group than normal, due to a number of people being on holiday, but still a success.  The menu was: Brown Windsor Soup, Regal chicken pie, with broccoli, potatoes and rich butter sauce, followed by Queen's pudding, coffee and mints.
During the month, the Tuesday Bible Fellowship met twice and continued to study the book of Acts. 

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