Ghosts and fish & chips in church!

We had an excellent talk by Craig Denston ‘My Life as a Ghost’ on Tuesday 27th September. Craig has been a leader of the Dudley Ghost Tour for many years, and his talk also gave an great insight into his mask-making activities. After the talk there was a fish & chip supper in the church – both the talk and the supper were greatly enjoyed by all!

Harvest Festival 2016

Harvest Festival will be celebrated on Sunday 9th October at the 11 o’clock service.

Please bring items suitable for the food bank, that is tinned and dried and packet goods. The food bank always has a large amount of stuff passed on at this season 0f harvest festivals, and rely on it to keep them going throughout the year.

I’m sure that donations to the food bank are also welcome at other times.

Gerald Mullaney 1941 – 2016

Gerald’s body will be received into St Edmund’s on Wednesday 12th October at 6pm.

The funeral will be on Thursday 13th October at 11:15pm.

A full obituary will be published in the November issue of the parish magazine.

We all extend our sympathy to his widow, Anne and family.

October issue of the Parish Magazine

The October issue of the Parish Magazine is now available. You can get it from the church, or here online by clicking on the cover picture below. Many thanks to Mary and Patrick for the work they do creating the magazine for us, and all those who contribute to the content. The relevant web pages on this site have now been updated.

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All my life as a ghost

An illustrated talk by Craig Denston will be given at St. Edmunds on Tuesday 27th September 2016 followed by a Fish and Chip supper.

All are welcome. Please give names to any Church member.

 

 

Sponsored walk!

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Our Treasurer  set out today, Friday 19th August, on his 10 mile sponsored walk on behalf of the repairs to the church clock. on the 20th there is a coffee morning at the church in support of the same cause.

The weather forecast was not good for Friday, and rain was falling quite steadily when he set out, although it did improve a bit mid-morning.

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Above: Jon on his way to Himley on his 10 mile walk