We’re definitely into autumn now ….. but still lots to entertain and do.
H-art at the church is still in full swing so if you haven’t been then please do over the next couple of days as we close the doors on it at 5pm on Sunday. So open 10am – 5pm today, Sat and Sun.
It has transformed the church and is bringing in lots of people to explore the art works and they are amazed by the church at the same time.
On Sunday we have our new service at 11am of Morning Prayer, this week led by John and Naomi, and Samuel of course. As last week, the service will be held at the high altar so that H-art can continue. So come along and see what it’s about!
Also on Sunday of course is the annual village hall fete, held at Sunnycroft opposite the church with thanks to Jonathan and Jane. All the fun of the fair, and a few surprises as well between 2pm and 5pm. Why not combine it with a visit to H-art as well! Donations of cakes, plants, produce and teddies will still be appreciated. Don’t forget to bring your dog along as well for the fun dog show.
Next Saturday, as part of the Autumn in Malvern Festival, at 3pm, Roger Judd will be giving a talk, ‘St Michaels Choir School: Sir Frederick Gore Ouseley, A Forgotten Legacy?’ The talk includes musical interludes played on the organ and describes the important influence that the college had on English cathedral music. Should be very interesting. Tickets £8, box office 01684 892277
next Friday 21st Macmillan Coffee Morning in the hall 10am – 12noon. Please come along to support this very worthy cause. Donations of cakes and bring and buy goodies will be very welcome
Monday 24th 6-9pm a First Aid course in the hall – see Sword for details
Saturday 6th Oct, 7.30pm, our 3rd Music Nouveau in the church. Lots of great musicians, young and old, variety of genres including folk and folk rock. In the amazing church acoustics it sounds fantastic. Entry by donation.
Sunday 7th Oct, 11am Harvest Festival service followed by bring and share lunch in the church. Just bring along a plate of savoury or sweet finger food. During the service please bring along foodstuffs, either fresh or non perishable, and it will be taken to St Pauls Hospice for the Homeless in Worcester where it is welcomed. The collection will go as usual to Farm Community Network to help farmers in times of stress.
That’s all for the moment ….. so until next week