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The Keys present a Young Musicians Charity Concert at St.Peter’s, Henfield

On Friday 29th January at 8pm the Keys will present a concert given by a group of young local musicians in aid of the refugee crisis. Tickets cost £4 each and are available from the parish office on 01273 495532 or from Henfield Furnishings on the High Street. The money raised will support the Sussex Based charity , Family Support Work in its preparations to support refugee families coming to Sussex. For further information see the concert Facebook page.

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Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Services

All our welcome to celebrate Christmas with us, we look forward to meeting you.

St. Peter’s, Henfield

Christmas Eve: Thursday 24th December

4.00pm: Crib Service.  A service designed for the whole family with carols, the Christmas story and lots of fun. Children are  invited to come dressed as angels, kings, shepherds or even the little donkey or another farmyard animal. A great way to start the Christmas celebrations. We do understand that children can start to get very excited by this time on Christmas eve and so this service will last no more than 30-40 minutes. 

11.30pm: Midnight Mass  A modern service of Holy Communion with well known Carols, a short Christmas message, prayers and a celebration of communion.   A wonderful service in which to start your celebration of Christmas.

Christmas Day: Friday 25th December

10.00am:  Christmas Day Parish Communion  for all ages  A modern celebration of Holy Communion with well known carols and a short child friendly message.

St. Giles’, Shermanbury

Christmas Day: Friday 25th December at 10.00am  Christmas Holy Communion  A traditional service of Holy Communion from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. We will be enjoying some popular Christmas carols and a short sermon.

 St. Peter’s, Woodmancote

Christmas Eve: Thursday 24th December at 11.30pm: Midnight Communion  A service of Holy Communion with well known Carols, a short Christmas message, prayers and a celebration of communion. A beautiful way to start your Christmas celebrations.

Christmas Day: Friday 25th December at 9.45am Christmas Holy Communion  A traditional service of Holy Communion which will include some popular Christmas carols and a short sermon.

Riding Lights Theatre Company present: “A Christmas Cracker.”

The Key’s have arranged for Riding Light’s Theatre company to perform what will be a fantastic show for the whole family at St. Peter’s Church, Henfield  on Saturday 12th December at 2pm . Tickets cost £6 for adults and £4 for children and are on sale at Henfield Furnishings, High Street, Henfield or please contact the Church office on 01273 495532.

 

 

 

Bursting with seasonal stories for all the family
by Paul Birch

Things are not going well for world famous storyteller Ebeneezer Sneezer. She’s lost. There is snow in her wellies and her wise and faithful dog, Cracker, has some strange ideas about Christmas. Caught taking shelter in Mrs McGinty’s barn, she allows them to stay on condition that Ebeneezer warm-up her Christmas with some of her seasonal stories. If they bring her enough glad tidings there’s a hot supper on the cards. If not they will be thrown back out into the storm. With Mrs McGinty’s frozen heart in need of a magnificent miracle and Deadly the dastardly donkey ready to kick comfort and joy out of his stable, will Ebeneezer triumph? Despite turbulent turkeys and hysterical hay fights, she has a plan and some tremendous tales to turn things around. So pull open this delightful cracker packed with comedy, puppetry, and seasonal storytelling, as Riding Lights offers the whole family a magical glimpse into the heart of Christmas.

Why is Church Lane so steep? A “Friends of St. Peter’s” Event

Have you ever wondered why the gradient of church lane is so steep? To find out come to Church House on Church Lane on Wednesday 18th November at 7.30pm and hear Bill Avenell, a specialist in Geography, give an informative, illustrated presentation.  Bill’s talk will cover an appreciation of West Sussex and will cover farms, modern settlement, communication, housing and architectural styles, as well as other issues concerning the environment. Tickets for this event promoted by the Friends of St Peter’s  cost £8 each (£7 for members) and are available from Jasmines florists on the High Street, or call 01273 492294

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