Ways to Help

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There are plenty of ways to help at the church, some mentioned on this page, and some linke-to here:

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Meet & Greet

If you would like to become a 'Welcomer' and help greet people before services, please speak to one of them next time you are at church.

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Flower Guild

A flower arrangement

An arrangement produced to decorate
the church for The Inaugural Service
of The Church in Warden Hill,
January 16th 2010.

The members of the Flower Guild produce 3 pedestals and 2 candle flower arrangements every week in church. We normally do this on Friday or Saturday on a two people rota system, but can meet in church as and when necessary. On special occasions (Christmas, Easter, Dedication and Harvest) we all get together and fill the church with flowers. If requested we can do Wedding, Baptism and Funeral flowers at a reasonable cost.

We heartily encourage more members into our team (currently spanning in age from 10 years to 80+) to enjoy the art of flower arranging both in church and at home. Help is always available and, if you feel you need them, classes are available for all ages.

A flower arrangement

An arrangement for Remembrance

For further details, please speak to Dorothy Austin (01242 519568) or Diana Miles (01242 862142) - .

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Car Lift Rota

In order to help get some of the less mobile memebers of the congregation to church on a Sunday, a rota has been organized for providing lifts. More people are always needed to offer their time, and the more who volunteer, the less they will have to do! Please speak to Rolly Forster - - if you would like to help out.

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Tea & Coffee

After the Sunday morning service, we meet for tea or coffee in the halls behind the churches. Please let Margaret Meads - - know whether you would be willing to help serve in the kitchen once in a while.

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If you are interested in helping out with the maintenance of the churches, please speak to:
Dorothy Baker, for St Christopher's - - or
John Hutton, for the URC.

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