And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another - and all the more as you see the Day approaching.
START 2020 COURSE
Monday evenings, 7.00 - 8.30 pm The Verity Room, East Keswick Village Hall
Churches Together in Bardsey and East Keswick invite you to a course about the basics of the Christian faith.
The Start Course is a 6-week exploration of God, Jesus and the meaning of life. Each week we will be meeting to discuss the Christian faith and its relevance to us.
First session Monday 13th January
Second session Monday 20th January
Third session Monday 27th January
Fourth session Monday 3rd February
Fifth session Monday 10th February
Sixth session Monday 17th February
The first session is a 'taster' evening with cheese and wine.
The course is free of charge.
To sign up or for any questions please contact
Angela on 07860 824314 or Mark on 07763 762791
ART AT SAINT MARY MAGDALENE
In May, St Mary Magdalene Church hosted a unique Art Exhibition as part of our Parish Giving campaign. On Friday, guests were treated to a special 'preview' night, with a talk and slideshow given by local artist Alex Purves. Exhibits from the East Keswick Art and the East Keswick Flower Club were on display in the church on both Friday night and all day Saturday. A very generous donation from artworks sold was made to the church's campaign.
We are very grateful to the artists and Flower Club members for taking part. Thanks also go to all the many volunteers who kept the tea and cake supplies flowing during a successful exhibition.
Our photos gallery provides a few memories for those who attended or a snapshot for those who weren't able to attend.
START 2020 COURSE
‘Living Well, Dying Well’ - Talks in Lent
A series of talks based on issues around death and dying will take place over Lent this year (March - April, 2020). Under the banner of "Living Well, Dying Well", various professionals will speak on subjects such as writing a will, planning your funeral and thinking about end of life care. Everyone will be welcome and there will be an opportunity to ask questions after each talk.
It is hoped these talks will help us address a difficult area of life, and enable us to manage some of these issues in a better way. More information to follow in the March Village News.