Fun Time, 2 p.m., 1 April, St. Andrew’s Church
What is the meaning of Easter – From Palm Sunday to the Crucifiction to the Glory of the Resurrection? This session promises to get to the heart of our faith. Geared for young children and their parents – singing, crafts, fun food and the Greatest Story Ever Told.
Fun Time, 2 p.m., St. Andrew’s Church, Wednesday, 11 March 2009
What does Jesus do when a little girl gets sick? This session of Fun Time tells the story of the daughter of Jairus. Aimed at children five years and under, there will be singing, learning, refreshments and fun for all. Parents and Carers are welcome too.
The Christmas Story will be the theme of Fun Time on Wednesday, 10 December at St. Andrew’s Church from 2 to 3 p.m. There will be music, crafts and treats for all who come. Mothers and young children are welcome.
At Fun Time on the 9th July, the story will be called “David and Goliath”. Fun time is an hours worth of singing, a story and refreshments especially for children who are five years or less and their parents or carers. We meet at 2.00pm at St Andrews Church Coniston.
The Lakeland Singers will be performing a concert at St. Andrews Church on 12th July at 7:30 pm. The cost will be £5 which includes refreshments.
The following day, on the 13th July there will be a concert to celebrate the centenary of the organ. George Speed who plays the organ for a Cambridgeshire parish, Tony Wells on trumpet, Julie Blaney on Oboe and Joan Abbott on piano will be playing at St. Andrews. The concert starts at 8:00 pm. A retiring collection will be taken at the end. Refreshments will be served.
Fun Time 14:00, 11 June 2008, St. Andrew’s Church
This is a treat for those younger souls. What lessons can be learned from the walls of Jericho? Come and learn more. Mothers and young children welcome.
Fun Time, 2-3 pm at St. Andrew’s Church, 16 April, 2008
Children between the ages of 0 and 5 years, and their parents are welcome to come to this hour of fun when we sing, play instruments and listen to a Bible story. We finish with prayer, a drink and biscuits. The story this time is about the creation.
Second Wednesday of the month, 2 p.m., St. Andrew’s Church
Fun Time was started especially for the benefit of preschool and nursery children. It takes place the second Wednesday in the month, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. during term time. Smaller children are welcome with their Mothers. The first session on 10 October at 2 p.m. is Jonah and the Whale.
Wednesdays, 11:00 a.m., St. Andrew’s Church. Led by Mark East, this is an informal prayer group. Attended by people from all denominations, it can be a time of quiet thoughtful prayer with a sense of peace.
“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.