We are excited to share these photos from the first meeting of the new medical clinic held in Puliampatty yesterday. This free clinic has been funded for one year by the Friends of Palani Mission following Ruth, Bee and Val’s recent trip, and will give out eye drops, vitamins, dressings, pain killers, creams and injections. […]
The Friends of Palani Mission decided that they needed a logo to represent them – one that was simple and colourful, yet reflected the aims of the group and could be easily reproduced on fundraising materials. They ran a competition to design the log, and this was open to all young people affiliated to our […]
Congratulations to Mrs Anne Anderson and Mrs Moira Banfield, who were received into membership at our church during morning service on 21st July. Anne has transferred her membership from Parkgate and Neston URC on the Wirral, and Moira from St Paul’s URC in South Croydon. Both have given many years of service at their previous […]
Warmest congratulations to Elizabeth and Colin McClune, who celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary sharing cake and coffee with the congregation following Sunday’s morning service.
Saju and Mary, together with their family and friends, worked very hard to produce another wonderful meal on Saturday night. Everyone agreed it was a great evening of fellowship and delicious, plentiful food. All profits from the evening will be sent to Palani Mission to fund the training of the two community nurses we are […]
On Sunday 19th May we welcomed Revd John Whitton to our morning service. He has been a long-standing friend of Fleet URC but has now retired so we won’t see him as often. Our Minister Revd Ruth Dillon presented him with a book token as a mark of our gratitude for his friendship and support […]
Here is the Menu for Saju’s Curry Night in aid of Palani Mission on 14th June. The evening is always popular and there are only a few places left, so avoid disappointment and phone 07900 908990 to book your tickets now! (A vegetarian option is available by prior request.)
Photos from our Good Friday Service, when our minister, Revd Ruth Dillon, led us movingly through the final stages of Jesus’s death.
Easter fun with our young people this morning: making chocolate nests and solving clues for an Easter egg hunt!
He is risen indeed! Our Easter cross.