BART Group of Churches
St Margaret Addington
"Knowing Jesus, making Jesus known"
Addington Village Hall
Sunday 7th October following the 11am Church Service
Bring and share: Please take your hot food to the village hall before the service.
Everyone welcome, if you don't bring any food, don't worry there's always plenty to share
Jill will be grateful for any offers of deserts
Focus on Faith
Lizzy Smallwood explores "Life saving surgery from the letter of James"
Ryarsh Village Hall - Wednesday 17th October - 9.15am - 2.15pm
Cost £10 to include drinks, soup and sandwich lunch
To book a place (and bring a friend) call/text 07927 325 977
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Power of Prayer
Saturday October 6th
New venue - Ryarsh Church Hall
Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain - Psalm 127:1
Please come and join in prayer for all that is going on in our four parishes and for what more we could do in and for our communities and in prayer for our nation and for the world.
Annual Memorial Service
for the BART Group of Parishes
St Peter & St Paul, Trottiscliffe
an opportunity to remember and give thanks
for those who have died and to pray with those who mourn
Please contact Linda (01732 842249)
if you have lost someone in the past year
who you would like to be remembered by name at the service
Tuesday Lunch Time Bible Study
ESTHER: SCROLL OF DELIVERANCE
12 noon to 2 pm
in the Geoffrey Grimes Room, St Margaret, Addington
Please bring your own lunch — soup and tea/coffee are provided Contact Linda 01732842249
or just come along
Next meetings 2nd and 16th October
The Wednesday evening Home Group meets alternate Wednesday evenings at 7.30.
It is held in the home of Chris and john Dudley and is currently studying Genesis.
Please come at 7.15 for coffee, prompt start at 7.30 to finish at 8.30. Tel 01732 847158
Recomences 12th and 26th September
Churches together in Malling
Supporting Christian Aid
Saturday 20th October 4.30pm Ryarsh Village Hall
All welcome to gather with other churches in the Malling area
for afternoon tea & informal worship
Flix on Fridays
Welcome to an informal gathering on the first Friday of each month to watch a film together. We watch mainstream films with often challenging subjects that give us an opportunity to reflect on a Christian response to some contemporary issues and questions.
We meet in the Geoffrey Grimes Room at Addington church at 7.00 for a 7.15 prompt start. Refreshments are provided.
If you would like to know more please contact Judy Grimes on 01732 605229 or simply come along and join us.
Next screening: 7th September
BART Women's Fellowship
The next meeting of BART Women’s Fellowship, will be held at 2.00pm in Ryarsh Church Hall, on Thursday, 4th October. The speaker will be Lorraine Turner, who is the vicar of St. Mary the Virgin Church, in Platt. Lorraine will be speaking about ‘Bullying - not just in the playground’, which sounds a very interesting and intriguing subject. All ladies are most welcome to attend.
Meet every Thursday for bell ringing practice at 10.30 - 11.00 in the ringing chamber at Addington Church.
Contact Tom on 01732 850575
Saturday morning bikers
Walking the dog
We are a group of from BART who meet up once a month
for a gentle walk with and without our dogs
Second Saturday of each month 8:30-9:30 am
Meet at St. Margaret, Addington
Everyone Welcome - even non-dog owners!!!
Please help Judy with the flowers
Please come along to have a go at doing the Church flowers
with Judy . . . another appeal for anybody to do a vase of flowers even just once during the year.It is not a competition . . . just a symbol of life, welcome and thanksgiving to all who enter.
Judy will provide greenery and lots of support. Why not give it a go —any help will be greatly appreciated.
Please contact Judy on 01732 605229
We live in the most prosperous corner of a prosperous nation but sadly
there is still a need
There is a box in the porch for donations, non perishable goods only please. for food banks.
All goods go to the Pilsdon food bank in West Malling.
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