6 days ago

St. Andrew & St. George, Stevenage

St. Nicholas School and Nursery.
Closing date for Reception entry is 15th January 2020.

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This Sunday is Remembrance Sunday, and if you're not at the Bowling Green, you're very welcome to remember and pay respects at church. ...

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Before Halloween became about dressing up and trick or treating, it was a time to remember the dead and Jesus' promise of eternal life, both in remembering the lives of the celebrated Saints, and the more personal remembrance of our own loved ones. Celebrations we continue to hold.

This year ALL SAINTS will be our Family Service on Nov 3rd, where we there's an extra-special welcome for our children and young people, while those wishing to remember their departed loved ones are welcome to ALL SOULS on Monday 4th at 7.30pm.
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1 month ago

St. Andrew & St. George, Stevenage

Great night at our Harvest Supper last week. Entertainment was hilarious. Brought out some very competitive sides to people. Thank you to Father Nathan for organising that. Thank you to William for the excellent fish and chips yet again. Thank you to Beryl and Jane for providing teas and coffees. Just a few photos of the night. ...

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1 month ago

Hello dear friends, I'm posting in a private capacity today- and flagging this up only once, and only because I think it is such an important issue for people of all faiths and none right now!

As some of you may have seen in the Comet today, a former Herts County Councillor, my friend Amanda King, has become one of the over 1,400 people arrested in relation to the peaceful Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests, and she's asked me to spread the word that there will be a new local XR Stevenage group being formed at the end of this month, in order that people who want to challenge the inaction over the coming global climate crisis.

If you're interested and want to know more, you can email:

ExtinctionRebellionStevenage@outlook.com

You don't have to commit to be arrested to take part! For every person willing to risk arrest, there's a whole team of people working in support, or behind the scenes, or protesting in ways that are entirely legal. XR works hard with the police to keep police, protestors, and bystanders safe, and not to disrupt vital emergency services. There are lots of different ways to help as we work to convince Governments and Councils to act to protect this planet and humanity from the harm climate change will cause and is already causing now.

I shall be there at the first meeting, because as a priest and Christian I believe climate change is a disaster and we need to safeguard creation for future generations and families.

If you're not interested feel free to ignore, but if you are, do get in touch with me, or send an email, and get the word out! (or argue with me about it, that's welcome too!)

I leave a link to the comet article and a video of David Attenborough reminding us how urgent this matter is today.

Article:
www.thecomet.net/news/amanda-king-arrested-in-extinction-rebellion-protest-1-6324171

Attenborough:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6Vh-g0oZ9w
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1 month ago

St. Andrew & St. George, Stevenage

A massive thank you to everyone who brought their harvest donations for Feed Up Warm Up on Sunday. A great selection of all the perishables that are given out every week. ...

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1 month ago

St. Andrew & St. George, Stevenage

As well as the Fish and Chip supper tonight, there is also the Harvest Service in the morning, where we will be donating our food to our friends at Feed Up, Warm Up, helping those who are homeless, and sharing inspiring stories of what FUWU has done to help others. Looking forward to seeing you there at 10am! ...

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Note: We do not have any roof work with contractors and/or vehicles scheduled at this time.

From Herts Constabulary Online Watch team...

Following the recent theft of a significant amount of lead from the roof of a historic Hertfordshire church, we are asking residents who live near to churches to be alert to any suspicious activity around our local churches.

The recent theft is part of an ongoing series of thefts of lead from church roof's across the UK, causing damage to these historic buildings and costing a significant sum to repair and replace.

It can be easy to assume that vehicles parked near a church are carrying out authorised work, but this may not be the case. Please watch out for vans or estate cars parked near to church buildings, particularly at times of the day when the church is not usually in use.

We are asking people to take an interest in their local church whilst they are out and about. If you are in the vicinity of the church, please don’t ignore anything that you think looks out of place - report anything you think may be suspicious to the police. Please pay particular attention if anyone is climbing onto the outside of the building. If you believe a crime is in progress, please dial 999.

By pulling together to be vigilant, we can deter thieves and help keep our historic local buildings safe.

Thank you.
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