2 December, 4pm
Carols and candles - make your own Christingle to take home.
(Messy Church will be back on 20 January 2019)
Family@4 - 16 June, 4pm
Discussions and drama, crafts and contemporary music, followed by a finger food tea! Please join us!
The Loving Father
4 November, 6:30pm
Service for the Bereaved.
Join us in remembering our loved ones, and stay for fellowship and refreshments.
Our usual Sunday services are at 8am, 10am and 6:30pm. Come early in the morning for Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer.
At 10am, we celebrate the Eucharist, and at 6:30 we worship in a variety of formats, including Book of Common Prayer, Celtic, Taize and Contemporary styles.
The second Sunday in the month is an All Age service (without Holy Communion) when we usually include any baptisms.
Babies and toddlers have a small play area in church, with parental supervision. Children are invited to our Sunday School, and young people enjoy our Vestry Group.
Please see our Pew Sheet for details of this week's services.
Tuesday evening every other week in the reading room using Discipleship Explored - contact Garry Walton (01494 874811) or Peter Miles (01494 872465)
Thursday morning weekly studying John - contact Mary Bentall (01494 872536)
Thursday evening every other week studying Matthew— contact Jenny Tebboth (01753 892940)
Friday morning each week mum’s group with children - contact via Jenny Tebboth
Occasional evenings men’s group - contact Ian Brown (01494 872097)
Friday evening weekly in term time YZone youth group - contact email@example.com
We currently have six groups meeting regularly and would love to see more starting up.
Sunday 26 September, 6:30pm in church
Thou visitest the Earth - Maurice Greene Canticles - Orlando Gibbons in A Flat
We plough the fields
All people that on earth do dwell
Come ye thankful people, come
10am Service of Remembrance in church
11am Two minutes' silence and laying of wreaths at the War Memorial
11:30am Service of Remembrance for uniformed groups in church
Use recycled / recyclable wrapping paper
Google 'recycled christmas wrapping paper and you get LOTS of results. Or, our very own Fair Trade rep, Margaret, can get it for you!
Send an email card
and give the money to your favourite charity
Don't waste food
Vegetables freeze well - remember to label them!
Cake freezes well too - should you have any left!
Google 'make your own crackers' - there are a lot of suppliers. A great pre-lunch activity.
Or consider a table game - play a game of Consequences, or charades.
Make your own paper hats. (need to research this a bit!)
The church is open to visitors
Tuesdays - Saturdays,
10am - 4pm
until the end of September
Current regulations require us to ask visitors to sign a register, with contact details. These details will be used for no purpose other than contacting you in the event of an outbreak of Covid-19, and are destroyed after four weeks.
While Track and Trace is still in operation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to attend any Sunday service, by noon the previous Saturday
There is no longer any need to book for an 8am service, neither in Chalfont St Giles nor in Seer Green.
Church Watch is now finished until next April. Enormous thanks to Tony and his team for keeping the church open for visitors.
On entry into a service, please scan our church QR code via the NHS COVID app.
Or provide your contact details to the Welcomers' Team when you arrive.
As a church we will not be mandating any Covid restrictions but we must be aware that each individual has a choice whether to wear a mask, where they want to sit, if they receive communion or whether or not they sing, these choices must and have to be respected whatever the choice of the individual. The church is a large building for all of us to come in and worship comfortably together our Lord redeemer of us all.
Margaret's Fair Trade newsletter is published - an interesting and useful read, as ever.
The Attendance Registers need to close at 5pm on Saturday.
If you are booking a place for a service, please let us know
how many people, and how many households