Harvest festival 2019

Harvest festival 2019

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The church is ‘dressed’ again and ready for our Harvest festival today. We’ll also have St John with St Mark’s School  with us on Tuesday morning for their Harvest service.

So, if you’re in the area today at 10.30 am, and would like to plough the fields and scatter, then we’d love to have you with us.

Our scarecrow makes a welcome return
The scarecrow is now accompanied by his cat and mouse
Harvest 2019 - a close up of one of the flower arrangements
flower arrangement near the pulpit. Pinks, oranges, whites.
Harvest 2019 - festival altar loaf, by the altar!
harvest vegetables near the Vicar's stall
another close up of a different harvest flower arrangement. Oranges, pinks and yellows.
harvest sunflowers by the baptism font
harvest flower arrangement next to the altar. Pinks, whites, deep reds with eucalyptus leaves
flower arrangement by the memorial book. Yellows, pinks.
sunflowers on a side table.
Harvey - we now have 2 scarecrows thanks to Walmersley Brownies
Harvest 2019 - close up of the harvest altar loaf. This year made with wholemeal flour.

Donations of food will again go to Adullam HomesPorch Boxes and the Booth Centre. There will be a lunch in the hall after the Sunday service. 

For the foodies amongst you, the Altar loaf was made with wholemeal flour this year (white last year).

If you want to see pictures of Harvest Festival last year then please follow this link. For more about St John with St Mark, please press here.

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you to everybody who attended the service today and for the Harvest donations, which will be delivered to the local homeless shortly. Also to those who made the Harvest lunch.
    Our scarecrow now has a friend called Harvey. Thanks to Walmersley Rainbows for making him.

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