Thanks to all who have been donating non-perishable food items for distribution by Maidenhead Foodshare to families struggling to pay grocery bills. A reminder of the kind of items required: Breakfast Cereals, Tea Bags/Instant coffee, Fruit juice (carton), Tinned meat/fish, Rice/pasta, Pasta sauces, Soup, Jam, UHT milk, Sugar, Tinned vegetables, Tinned tomatoes, Instant mash, Tinned puddings (rice/sponge), Biscuits/snack bars, Toilet Paper. There‘s a drop off point at the back of the church.
Pebbles is a short service for Pre-schoolers and parents/carers to come and share a Bible story, some ‘Pebbles action songs’ and a prayer. Then we have drinks and biscuits: the children play and adults have a well deserved chat!
Hurley Group: Thursdays 10.30 Priory Room
Stubbings Group: Tuesdays 10.30 Soltau Centre
The Oasis meeting which was due to take place on Tuesday 6th October has unfortunately had to be cancelled.
The next meeting will be on Tuesday 20th October at 2.30pm in the Priory Room, Hurley Oasis, our Parish Prayer Group, has a meditative feel. We listen reflectively to music, bible passages and readings before a short time of silence leads into prayer for those who are unwell and for the Parish. The meeting lasts 45 minutes.
Come and meet each other (CAMEO)
3.00pm Thursday 8th October
An opportunity for older people to meet together. We gather in the Priory Room, Hurley, for tea, cake, a quiz, and to enjoy one another’s company.
To everyone who has helped decorate our churches for Harvest Festival last Sunday and to those who have organised and catered for our Harvest meals.
STUBBINGS ANNUAL QUIZ NIGHT
with Sky News presenter Martin Sanford
7 for 7.30pm Friday October 23 Soltau Centre
Tickets £8 a head to include fish ’n’ chip (or chicken) supper, pud and a glass of wine. Make up a table of six with friends beforehand or just turn up and take pot luck on the night. Tickets from Sue Harrington Hill – 783028 or Gill Wallis – 626956.
Midweek Communion ...
Wednesday mornings in Stubbings at 11.30am using the historic and memorable words of the Book of Common Prayer. Amidst the busyness of modern living why not take a break and come and join us in the quiet of St James the Less.