Rebecca Catford: October 2018
Events to mark centenaries in the northeast 2018
Thursday 1st November
Dispelling the Myths: Church and Faith in the Great War
Rev Dr Stuart Bell, Wesley Study Centre Fellow
4.00-5.15pm with refreshments available from 3.30pm
Tristram Room, St John's College
For further information or to book, email firstname.lastname@example.org
3rd to 11th November
Northallerton Methodist Church with Northallerton Flower Club
Display of Poppies, Flowers and Memorabilia
To Celebrate the Centenaries of:-
Church Open Daily 10am to 1pm
Daily Meditation at 11am
Sunday Morning Worship 4th Nov 10.30am, 11th Nov 9.30am
Saturday 10th November 3pm Celebration Tea and Singalong. Free Tickets available from Coffee Pot
Saturday 10th November
Remembrance Service: Lest We Forget
St Paul's Newtown Church, Bishopton Road, Stockton-on-Tees, TS18 4PA
We invite you to come and share in our Lest we Forget, A Ceremony of Remembrance at St Paul's Newtown Church followed by a Great War period style tea. This is part of our commemorative services over Remembrance Weekend to acknowledge the end of the Great War.
Sunday 11 November
Darlington SING Community Choir presents a commemoration in words and music to mark the Armsistice Day Centenary.
Choir led by Bridie Jackson at Bondgate Methodist Church, Bondgate, Darlington, DL3 7JJ
FREE entry with ticket but donations to Médecins Sans Frontières
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