Posts from November 2014

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Morrisons (Horndean)

by mattsaville

A really big thank you to Pete Thorogood of Morrisons (Horndean) for assisting in providing refreshments for our Advent Fayre. All food went down incredibly well, satisfying our many visitors to the Fayre! Thank you Pete.

Raffle Results

by mattsaville

Following our Advent Fayre today, the winning tickets for the raffle are below.  Any unclaimed prizes can be collected from staff at Christ Church, following our Sunday morning services or weekday mornings from 10.00am to 12.00pm.  If you have any problems collecting your prizes, please do contact us through this site and we will see how we […]

Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir

by mattsaville

On Saturday 22nd November Christ Church hosted a concert by The Hampshire Police Male Voice Choir.  The audience were treated to an extensive repertoire of music ranging from Gloria and Ave Maria to a medley of songs from the musical “Oliver”.  The concert was enjoyed by all and over £650 was raised for the Building […]

Advent Fayre

by mattsaville

Come and get ready for Christmas!!  We would love to see you there.  Click on the picture to the left to see more.  

Church Hall Painting

by mattsaville

On Friday 14th November a working party from SSE will be decorating the church hall. If you have any equipment you could lend for the day (dust sheets, paint brushes, rollers, etc.) please contact Jacqui Wilson. We may also be looking for help to finish off the job, particularly working at height.

Remembrance

by mattsaville

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In […]

Mission of the Month: Simeon’s Trustees

by mattsaville

Our mission of the month for November is The Simeon’s Trustees. The trustees take their name from Charles Simeon who was born in Reading in 1759.  He became a zealous evangelical Christian whilst studying at Kings College, Cambridge University.  Cambridge was very different from today.  It was a county town, poorly appointed, with no street […]