Dance Show Photos

Thank you to everyone who supported our fund-raising ‘Indian Dancing’ event on Saturday, organised by Friends of Palani Mission.  The money raised will be sent to Palani to enable the tailoring project to start producing goods that they can sell.

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Indian Dance Show

The Friends of Palani Mission invite you to support an Indian Dance Display to raise funds for the Palani Mission and Aldershot Malayala Association.  For more information see the accompanying poster or contact Bee Griffith or Carol Rayner.

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Create a Generosity Kit

The ’40acts’ Lent challenge starts on Wednesday. Have you signed up yet? You could start with a generosity kit, and below you can find the video Ruth showed in yesterday’s service to give you some ideas. You can sign up at:

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An Interview with our Minister

Our Minister, Ruth Dillon, has been a volunteer reader for the Farnham and Alton Talking Newspapers (FATN) for the past 18 months.  Recently she was interviewed by one of their presenters about her background and life story.  This will be broadcast shortly as part of the Magazine for FATN listeners.  You can hear the interview […]

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Your Challenge for Lent 2019

Will you take the 40-day Generosity Challenge this Lent? Why not join our Minister and other friends at Fleet URC.  Watch the 40acts video (below) for more information, or you can sign up here: https://40acts.org.uk/

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Diamond Celebration

Congratulations to Bernard and Mavis Potter, who recently celebrated their Diamond Wedding Anniversary. Their son, Revd Andrew Potter, conducted morning service on Sunday 13th January, which was attended by many friends from years gone by, including several who were at Mavis and Bernard’s wedding in 1959. A card of congratulations from the Queen also helped […]

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Welcoming Jack and Sophia

Today we welcomed brother and sister Jack and Sophia Lawton for their baptism service. It was wonderful to see the church full to overflowing with all their family and friends who had come along to support them.

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