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    Statement of Commitment minuted 23rd May 2001

    We are committed to building a future for Cawsand Congregational Church based on traditional community values, which welcome equal opportunity and mutual encouragement for sharing belief in Christianity through our worship and work.   

    Jill's letter

    Jill's Letter

     

    It has become a tradition now that St. Andrews congregation comes to us for a joint service at Advent usually with a little party afterwards.   Unfortunately this year and under Government guidance although the service will hopefully be on the party will not. We shall celebrate together, but quietly, at 10.30 on 6th December.   If you would like to join us bring your own flask of coffee and a mug...we shall provide some cake!  We shall sit in our own pew isolating as required but still able to chat.   Also, in order to bring some cheer to those in most need we are asking those who come to bring one or two articles of Christmas food for the Food Bank, as follows: tinned salmon, ham and chicken, Christmas Pudding, mince pies, sweets/chocolates, custard, biscuits, cream crackers, Cranberry sauce, stuffing, gravy   mix, bread sauce, pickles  etc., Christmas cake bars, chocolate logs, sponge puddings, crisps, Twiglets etc.  Do come and share worship with us and help the Food Bank as well.

    As far as Christmas services are concerned, we plan to have our usual shortened Communion at 10.30 on Christmas Day but, as with all we try to do it depends on what the Government allows us to do.   Please look on local notice boards for information about our events.   We shall do whatever we can but, if we don't meet up beforehand, we wish you all the best Christmas you can have and look  forward to a much happier and healthier New Year.

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    We continue to open the church every Tuesday morning from ten to twelve for private prayer and hold our usual services, including Communion, on the second and fourth Sundays of each month at ten-thirty.   Everyone welcome.   J.M.

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