Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Magic of The Gospel

“The Magic of the Gospel” is the title of our Mothers’ Union talk on September 27th.  The speaker will be the Rev. Gwyn Murfet whose talks have proven to be very popular. M. U. meetings start at 2.00 P.M. and are generally on the last Thursday in the month except when they clash with holidays.  Everyone is most welcome at St. Andrew’s church.


Fair Trade at St. Andrew’s

Every Wednesday, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., we are blessed to have a Fair Trade stall at St. Andrew’s church.  Here you will be able to find nourishment for body and soul.  Homemade soup and fair trade biscuits, coffee and tea are served by warm and friendly volunteers. A stall of fair trade goods is there just in case you want to do a little shopping.  The fair trade stall is just inside the door of the church and if you walk through the doors to the nave, you will be able to find some quiet space in which to meditate, bring your cares and concerns to the Lord and hear what God is saying to you.


Milner Quartet Arrives 1 September at St. Andrew’s Church

The Milner Quartet

On Saturday, 1 September, at 7:30 the Milner Quartet is giving a charity concert in aid of St. Andrew’s Church.  In addition to playing chamber music, these young musicians hold places in the National Youth Orchestra, and Derbyshire and Sheffield County Youth Orchestras.  Come and support St. Andrew’s Church in what promises to be a very enjoyable evening.  Entry is free with donations taken on the night.


Hatti Trading brings Kirsten to Coniston

Friday, 3 August, 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church.

Kirsten, the daughter of Mike and Audrey Salts, will be giving a talk about the work of Hatti Trading, which helps release young Nepalese and Indian women from poverty by selling their creations.  Some of their hand bags will be available for sale on the night.  Come out and support a good cause and learn about this important work.


Basecamp – Coming Soon!

5 August 2007

This Sunday we will experience a treat!  A group of 19 students between the ages of 16 and 20 have been working together to develop their leadership skills. Not only have they been restoring paths for the National Trust, but they have been planning a programme for our St. Andrews service on Sunday. Last year it was so full of energy we were exhilarated the whole day long.  Don’t miss this great opportunity at 11 a.m. this Sunday!