Wed07Nov2018Sun11Nov2018St Mary's Church
This year we celebrate a 100 years since the end of the First World War. At St. Mary's, to both celebrate and remember all those who fought and those who lost their lives in that conflict we are holding a Poppy Festival of floral and sentiment displays in the church.
The event launches with a Music event on Wednesday 7 November at 7.30pm by local choir Voices Together, then the church will be open daily for visitors, offering a quiet space and to look at the poppy floral displays & mementos from 10am - 4pm with light refreshments available ending with a service of remembrance on Sunday 11 November.
We urgently need some help with memorabilia and mementos from the 1914 - 1918 conflict, if you can help in any way please contact the churchwardens, Paul or Alison - thank you.
Coffee and a Bacon Sandwich
Last Saturday of the month
9.30am – 11.30am | Sherburn Community Centre
Pop along for a cuppa, bacon or sausage butty and good old chat.
Knit and Natter
Every other Tuesday
1.30pm – 3pm | St Mary’s Church
Everyone is welcome, we can provide wool, needles, patterns, cup of tea. You need only provide the natter.
2pm | 3rd Monday in the Month, St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s Mothers’ Union meets monthly, usually on a Monday afternoon. The group is concerned with all issues affecting family life in modern society, and is involved in charitable work at home and abroad. Men and women, of all ages and in any family circumstance, are very welcome to join us.
For more information about the Mothers’ Union generally, have a look at the Mothers’ Union website. If you would like to find out more about our group at St Mary’s please contact Jean Wilkinson, our local branch organiser.