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Christmas 2014

Join us this Christmas to worship the new born King.
St Peter’s Henfield
Sun 21st Dec
6.30pm Carol service followed by drinks and mince pies
Christmas Eve Wed 24th Dec
4pm Crib Service
11.30pm Midnight Communion
Christmas Day Thurs 25th Dec
10am Christmas Communion
St Peter’s, Woodmancote
Sun 21st Dec
11am Carol Service
Christmas Eve Wed 24th Dec
10pm Christmas Eve Communion
Christmas Day Thurs 25th Dec
9.45am Christmas Communion
St Giles’, Shermanbury
Sun 14th Dec
11.15am Carol Service
Christmas Eve Wed 24th Dec
11.30pm Midnight Communion
Christmas Day Thurs 25th Dec
11.15am Christmas Communion

You are all welcome…

…to join us as we celebrate the
Induction and Collation of our new Vicar and Rector
The Rev’d Paul Doick
On Thursday. 17th July at 7.30pm
At St Peter’s Church, Henfield

Come along and join the fun…

…at our annual church fete.

Saturday, 28th June at 2pm

In the Vicarage Gardens, Church Lane, Henfield BN5 9NY

Ice creams, tombola, cakes, bouncy castle, teas, bric-a-brac and much, much more

The Bible according to the Little Fishes

The Little Fishes gathered this week to hear about Deborah. So we settled down under our imaginary palm tree and sang a couple of our favourite songs. Then we were ready for the story.


But we found that we needed two armies so the Little Fishes became the People of God and the grown ups became the Enemies. The Enemies were on the move and The People of God were not safe any more.

‘We need a leader,’ they said, ‘someone clever and brave. Who will help us?’

The People of God knew of someone clever and brave. It was Deborah.


She was a prophet who received messages from God and when she was working she sat under a Palm tree.

Deborah knew that God’s people were in trouble and God told her what to do. She sent for a soldier called Barak.


Deborah said, ‘God wants you to lead our other soldiers and get rid of our enemies.’

Barak thought about it. He knew how clever and brave Deborah was so he said, ‘I won’t go unless you come too!’

And Deborah said, ‘I will.’

Together they got ready to fight. The Enemies were coming! Deborah told Barak, ‘Remember God will be with us’. When the Enemies saw Deborah, Barak and the People of God they were so scared they turned and ran away! The People of God were safe once more.


The Little Fishes then gathered round the table to create their own palm tree.


Join the Little Fishes next Friday at 2pm for more songs, crafts, biscuits and a story about St Peter. All babies, toddlers, preschool children and their carers are very welcome.

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