Author: Lianne Weidmann

Pancake Party

Huge thanks to the social committee, in particular Alan Cowan and his team, for organising a fab evening. Pancake races, pancake flippin’, and pancake eating. What more could you want?  27 total views

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Fairtrade Fortnight

Fairtrade Fortnight is back Monday 24 February – Sunday 8 March 2020. For two weeks each year thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the...

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Stewards’ Corner

Quick lowdown on what the stewards have been up to. We had our first post-Christmas meeting Fri 7 February, so reflections on the Christmas services was item 1 on the agenda. WE all thought...

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The Nativity 2019

This morning the children of Sunday Club led the church service with their version of the Nativity. Set as a school class field trip, the older members of Sunday Club took the younger ones...

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Growmore News – November: The Two Cities Walk

We gathered on a very murky, misty and mizzly morning in the Verulamium Museum car park. The intention was to walk through the Gorhambury Estate but a quick Google check showed the drive to...

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Charities Update

Charities Update

Our Church Council nominates three “chosen charities” – one local, one national and one international.  Since autumn 2016, they have been, respectively, Youth Talk, Headway and ShelterBox.  Unless determined otherwise, money raised during our...

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A plaque for Denis Moore

Thanks to Eric for sending in this photo of a plaque he spotted at the De Havilland Aircraft Museum (where he works as a volunteer). Quite a few of our members will remember Denis, and...

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Our Harvest Service was led by Andrew when we learnt about the work of All We Can in Ethiopia which involves enabling folk to grow potatoes which are resistant to climate variations. The campaign...

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Growmore Rambles: recent walks

In September we kicked off the new season of rambles with a beautiful walk from Wheathampstead along the Lea Valley and through the surrounding countryside. The weather was kind and the scenery was beautiful....

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Film shows

The Church organises occasional film shows throughout the year when, under an acquired licence, it can show a wide range of film releases. These films are often of a family nature, as going to...

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