Come and join us at our annual open air service on the village green. There will be communal worship, followed by a picnic lunch. All are welcome. In case of bad weather we will gather at the Pavilion.
Baked goods, crafts, jewellery and good quality gifts are available to buy at this sale. Refreshments are available. Entry free.
Piano recital by local pianist, Janet Pound. As always, the recital will be followed by tea and delcious themed cakes. Free entry but a retiring collection to cover expenses. Children over the age of 8 welcome.
Not sure what to do this August Bank Holiday weekend? Reading Festival too noisy and crowded? Come and enjoy the peace and quiet of St. Mary’s church to celebrate the talents of artists and craftspeople living in Ipsden. For more details contact David Kelley on 0776 256 6195 or email him at : email@example.com
Come in your best finery and hat to Mowforth House, where you can enjoy delicious cakes and sandwiches plus some fizz while helping to raise funds for Woodcote’s church. Tickets are £7.50 each, available from Gillian Fowmes on 01491 681711 PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT WILL NOW TAKE PLACE ON SUNDAY 13TH AUGUST 2017
Join us for a very British event – tea and cakes on the village green, followed by choral evensong at Checkendon church. All are welcome.
Come and find serenity in the peaceful surroundings of St. John’s Church, Stoke Row, where you can spend time in prayer and reflection with Rev. Linda Smith and Liz Lowth. They will be leading us through readings, meditations and reflections based on the Lord’s Prayer. All are welcome.
Join us at the Long Barn, Ipsden, to enjoy a night of dancing to live music (with a live caller!), fellowship and a hot supper. All proceeds go to Ipsden church. Tickets £15 from Jenny (contact : 07984 430746).
Jerry and Caroline Older are hosting a fortnightly fellowship and study group at their home in Woodcote. Every time the focus will be on a different Old Testament character, so that those unable to attend every session will not miss out. All are welcome.
Four weeks together studying Archbishop Justin Welby’s Lent Book “Dethroning Mammon – making money serve grace.” Please contact Revd Kevin Davies if you would like to attend.