Events

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Flower festival

13 September 2019 – 15 September 2019

Opening times:
Friday 13th 10.30am -6pm
Saturday 14th 10.30am -6pm
Sunday 15th  1pm – 4pm

Tickets are now on sale: £6.50 on the door or £5 in advance. Children free. To book your tickets contact stjameswe.events@gmail.com or call 07486 883767 or see June Butler or Rachel Owton.

Wanted Buckets Please as many as possible on Wednesday 11 September, for both flowers and foliage. Greenery also please, both large and small as we are hoping to make this a fantastic show of arrangements for the Flower Festival. Cakes also please.

Radio Solent Gardener’s Question Time is being recorded from St James on Monday 16th and we will be selling refreshments for this event. If you would like to attend, please register at the back of the Church as we need to know numbers.

Please invite your friends and neighbours to buy tickets and if you are able to post some posters and flyers we would be extremely grateful.  We have been out in the Forest and also Winchester area, please check with Rachel and June which areas need to be visited.

The Flower festival will end with a Celebration Service of Hymns and Readings at 3.30pm on the Sunday.

Exploring Faith

We will be running some groups in the autumn for people to come together to discuss, explore and reflect together on matters of life and faith.

Everyone is very welcome at these. There will be a discussion group, a Bible study group, and also an enquirers course for those new to church who’d like to know more about the Christian faith. You’ll be able to sign up for the groups in church from mid-September. For more information speak to Vicky or Linda.

Singsational Voices concert

Saturday 19 October 2019 2.30pm
St James’ Church

Singsational Voices is a contemporary mixed community choir based in Titchfield, Curdridge and Chandlers Ford, whose main aim is to provide a fun and safe environment for anyone
to sing.  They raise self esteem and develop general singing ability and to support and promote positivity and is fully inclusive. Some of their previous charity performances have been for Breast Cancer Haven and Archie’s Story (Cerebal Palsy) and they also took place in the Romsey Marathon Relay and they are looking forward to entertaining everyone at our Project Aurora fundraising concert on Saturday 19 October from 2.30pm with a break for afternoon tea in the middle.