Church Cottage Renovation update…
We have now agreed an electrician for the work. Also this week we picked up the tiles for the new bathroom. Owen Roseblade & David Hart
We are thrilled to announce that James Ellin has been accepted for ordination. Sadly, James and Emma will be leaving us; this is likely to be at the beginning of September. There will be a farewell celebration BBQ at the Old Rectory, midday on Sunday 2nd September (combining with Bryan and Tori, who are also leaving for ministry training). To contribute to a farewell gift for James or Bryan please pass it to the church office in an envelope with the appropriate name.
The next Ladies Film Night is happening Tuesday 24th July at 7.30pm. Come along and watch Saving Mr Banks; the remarkable story of PL Travers who wrote the original Mary Poppins novels. You’ll watch it in the comfort of a Busbridge home with wine, nibbles and a chance to discuss the film. Email email@example.com to book your place, and do bring along a friend or two.
We’d like to announce the terrific news that the Diocesan Hear Here! project (of which our Hearing Aid Clinics form a part) has been pronounced the winner of the inaugural Faith Action: Faith & Health Award. Congratulations to the BHC folk involved - Mark Pateman, Penny Naylor, Karen Franks, Peter Newman, Sue Hardy, Carol Jones, Sarah Blagden and Rachel Hargreaves for their much appreciated contribution.
Do come and join us for the next Hambledon Ladies Breakfast, Saturday, 11th August, at West Surrey Golf Club. Our speaker is Robert Dalton, who works for Wheels for the World, which changes the lives of disabled people in developing countries. Tickets will be on sale in Hambledon Village Shop, from Monday 23rd July until Tuesday 7th August, priced at £9.
The Boys’ BBQ & Beer Bash is happening on Friday 14th September, 7.45pm - 10.00pm at the Old Rectory. Tickets for this event are limited and usually go quite quickly, so reserve yours (and your friends’) NOW by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Your ticket includes a hog roast and beer, with a suggested donation of £5 per person.
Combined summer services at Busbridge will start 10.00am on Sunday 29th July and they will run through to Sunday 2nd September inclusive, with activities for children. The one exception to this will be on Sunday 12th August, when all are warmly invited to join us for the Churches Together Service at the Godalming Bandstand. Please note that the Bandstand service starts at 10.30am. We look forward to seeing you there! For all other services over the summer, please check the website.
Busbridge Morning Prayer next week (18th July) will be the last one before we break for the summer. Midweek Morning Prayer will resume on Wednesday 5th September at 9.00am.
PLEASE PRAY FOR…
· Our upcoming Away Day
· Local hospitals and nursing homes
· Greenhill Close and their road steward, Carole Keating
· Latimer Road & Cricket Green