The church was open for the Black Country Day on 14th July, and our new display boards were used for the first time. There were nearly 70 visitors to the church. A few photos of them are below – just click on any image to see a larger version, and then use the back button in your browser to return here.
It is Black Country Day on Saturday 14th July.The church will be open from 10am to 4 pm. Our new display panels will seen for the first time, there will be free guided tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, and refreshments will be available. We look forward to seeing you.
The July issue of the church magazine is now available HERE on line, or in printed form at the church. The various individual web pages have also been updated.
The June issue of the church magazine is now available HERE on the web, or in printed form from the church. The relevant individual web pages have also been updated.
The May issue of the church magazine is now available in printed form in the church, and is also available here on the web site. The relevant individual web pages have also been updated as appropriate.
The Coffee Morning on 28th April was extremely successful, and £472 was raised for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Following the AGM on 8th April the following people were elected to serve the church:
Churchwardens Jon Harcourt and Adrian Baillie
Churchwarden Emeritus Anne Mullaney
Treasurer Jon Harcourt
Secretary Mary McGraghan
Deanery Synod Reps. Janet Lambert & Jon Harcourt
Church Council Members Hilary Atkins, Malcolm Clews, Paul Flavell, Graham Foulkes, Beryl Harris, Francis Sheppard and Mark Wisbey