Tuesday, 30 December 2014

CTFC SONGS OF PRAISE

Always a really popular occasion with standing room only last year - so get there nice and early!

Sunday 18th January 6pm
at St Thomas', Brampton.
Christians Together for Chesterfield
Songs of Praise
 
 

Highlighting the work of local charities and organisations working into our communities
mixed with a wonderful selection of favourite hymns and worship songs.
Everyone welcome
 
 

JANUARY REMINDERS

Saturday 17 January 2015 9:30am-12:30pm Inspire Teaching at Holme Brook Valley Church

Staying Connected to Grace - Using spiritual disciplines as means of grace, and practicing the presence of God.

All the information is available on the website:

http://inspiremovement.org/network/chesterfield-school

To book contact us 07910 016776      school@inspiremovement.org

JANUARY REMINDERS

 
Preaching on difficult occasions
 
Dr. Alan Billings of Sheffield is coming to help us wrestle with those occasions when we are uncertain of what The Word is for the coming Sunday.
 
This is an ecumenical training event for all who preach.
 
DATE:             Saturday 24th January 2015
VENUE:          Whittington Moor Methodist Church, Chesterfield S41 8NA
TIME:              Gathering from 9.45 for 10 am, Finishing at 3 pm
LUNCH:          Soup and drinks provided – bring your own sandwiches.
FOCUS:          Alan will take 2 topics which are not easy to preach about and set out ways of approaching them.
 
TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE: Please e-mail R.Lindsey100@btinternet.com
ANY QUESTIONS?  Please email Richard (email above) or phone Hilary on 01246 857846.
Dr. Alan Billings has been a parish priest in inner-city Sheffield and the Lake District. He was Vice Principal of Cuddesdon College, Oxford, (Anglican theological college) and Principal of the West Midlands Training Course at Queens College Birmingham (Methodist, URC, and Anglican). He was Director of the Centre for Ethics and Religion at Lancaster University and now tutors for the Urban Theology Unit, Sheffield. You may have heard him on BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day or read one of his many books.

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

CHESTERFIELD FOOD BANK UPDATE

 Happy Christmas!

Happy New Year from all at the Chesterfield Food Bank!

We have been so blessed and blown away by the hard work, generosity and faithfulness of all our volunteers throughout the year.  Having fed nearly 3,000 people over the last 18 months we know that there are more individuals facing a better Christmas and perhaps a stronger future. Not only have we fed these people, but we have seen people moved into new homes with furniture, electrical items, etc. through other generous donations.

As finances are still biting hard in society we continue to see a need for our services, let’s go on together in the next year to provide food for those who are worse off than we are.

God bless you and your families and may 2015 be a more prosperous year for all.

For more Trussell Trust information and latest News see:
http://www.trusselltrust.org

 
Word from our Coordinator
 
Wow, what a year! I began a fledgling project coordinator, newly married and enthusiastic for the project; I've ended it a slightly less fledgling project coordinator, a little less newly married, even more enthusiastic for the project and - by the time you read this newsletter - a very new
father. It's Christmas and so my mental theme for the whole month has been generosity; this is as a result of the immense amount of donations we received at Tesco and the continued pouring in of food from schools, churches, businesses and individuals. It's been quite incredible to see and not just a little overwhelming (w/b 12/12/14 I received around 30 requests for drop off points from individuals, businesses and churches!).

Unfortunately this has become overshadowed by problems and setbacks. Some ill health, struggling to find 'lifters and shifters' for Fridays and most recently a major fire putting The Gates out of action for a few weeks have created greater stresses on top of an already stressful period! Just a few minutes ago, my son Levi brought me a mug of coffee. This reminded me of something: love changes everything. This is our gift to Chesterfield as a Foodbank, we do this for love. Love for God, love for
our community and love for each and every person who walks through our doors in desperate circumstances. God is love, and through Him we are more than conquerors. We can beat the stress, the setbacks and continue to forge new paths.

As I prepare for the imminent birth of my daughter I continue to pray for each and every volunteer, donor and client. Each of you mean so much to me it is difficult to express it in words. Take some time over Christmas to reflect on the Foodbank. Remind yourself why you decided to volunteer, donate or support in the first place. I would suggest that there is a common thread with everyone's reasons:

love.

Merry Christmas,

Ben


PS as we go to press Ben & Kelly have a baby daughter Eva Rosalie Martin born at 14:01 Monday 22nd December weighing 6.3 pounds!



Fire at The Gates
 
Unfortunately in the first week of December, an overnight fire in the Soulville Steak House broke out underneath The Gates church, home also to our Tuesday Food bank. Greasy soot covers everything and the insurance can only come in the new year so we aren't able to dispose of anything (we don't have the manpower, cleaning tools or the skip!). They need to defog the building too and that can't happen till the new year. Thanks to volunteers, the understanding agencies and the offering of
Church in The Peak we have managed to continue feeding people on a Tuesday.

Brimington in the New Year


We expand in January with the opening of a third Food bank in Brimington. Due to the call from local agencies and their clients we will be training volunteers and starting to feed people very soon.

Tesco National Food Collection November
 
A big thank you to all the volunteers who spent time between Thurs 27th and Sat 29th Novemvber handing out leaflets in Tesco and receiveing the gifts from the generous members of the public.  We received 3085 kilos (approx 3 tons) of food to stock up our warehouse.  Three individuals bought us a full trolley load of food.  One lady had spent over £170 and didn't want to be thanked so asked a member of staff to bring the trolley to us!
 
We received single gifts and bags of food items, some people saying we had either fed them or a relative in the last year.  It's good to see out work is being appreciated.

Going the extra mile
 
A friend of Tim Rourke asked what we required recently, he was told amongst other things, juice and milk were needed urgently.  What we received was a car full of these items.  Two boxes of Advent Calendars were brought into a food bank along with other goodies by a mum and her daughter.
Selection boxes donated to us will still be distributed after Christmas to individuals and agencies.
A freezer, suite of furniture, blankets, towels offered to us have found homes through our agencies. Because we don’t have warehouse space we pass the information on and see the gifts finding new homes.

Christmas


We are still opening to provide food over the Christmas period in both food banks if agencies and
their clients require it. Loundsley Green will open on Boxing Day, staffed by willing volunteers.

Children’s Christmas presents


The Gates will be distributing Christmas Presents to the children of those families who have had to leave their possessions behind. For fairness it was decided to buy the presents of similar kind rather than ask for items.
The Operation Christmas Child Warehouse has given us four boxes of cuddly toys ( too big to fit
into shoeboxes). These will be distributed to children in need over
Christmas.
 

Thursday, 4 December 2014

LOOKING FOR A CHOIR

Hi,

Are you in a choir or do you know of a choir that might be interested in performing for a 20 minute slot in a Christmas Concert in Chesterfield on Monday 22nd December?  Fun, festive or traditional music.  School choir or adult choir.  Please get in touch Jacky 07849 073078

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

A DATE FOR YOUR NEW 2015 DIARY

We are delighted that we have been able to book the Watoto Children's choir from Uganda again for 2015.  If you had the privilege of hearing the choir this year - you are probably still singing "I am not forgotten - God knows my name" - and you will not want to miss out in 2015.


This year's tour is called "Oh What Love!" and features a contemporary african sound mixed with the traditional.



Just two concerts this year, Alfreton on Saturday 11th April and Chesterfield on Sunday 12th April. If you would like to be kept informed of venues and ticket details email us at: info@newlifechesterfield.co.uk



Friday, 21 November 2014

CHRISTMAS DINNER WITHOUT TURKEY - SURELY NOT!

Ooops!  Somehow the list of items that Mydudu needs for Christmas Lunch on Jesus got curtailed in transit missing off all the items for the hot dinner!  So here is the complete list of items needed.  If you are able to give something off the list would you contact Mydudu  (07585 554976) and let her know.

Hot Food
Turkeys
Chicken
Roast Potatoes
Brussel Sprouts
Carrots/ Parsnips
Cabbage
Gravy

Pudding
Custard
Mince Pies
Cakes
Christmas pudding

 Fruits
Clementine
Grapes      
Apples

Cold Drinks
Cordial
Cans of pop

Hot Drinks
Milk
Tea
Coffee
Hot Chocolate    

Nibbles
Cheese
Crisps
Biscuits
Sweets
Crackers
Nuts
Pork Pies
Sausage Rolls

Cutlery and Tables
Foil
Cling film
Sandwich bags   
Paper Plates
Paper Cups
Paper Plates
Cutlery
Kitchen Roll
Bin bags
Disposable Table cloth
Silver tray

Christmas Decorations

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PRAYERS LAST NIGHT

Big thank you to everyone who came to pray for Chesterfield town centre at the Winding Wheel last night.  Great turn out and encouraging to see the Ball Room so full.  Appreciated the input from the ministers who were able to come and those who sent representatives showing the diversity of ways in which we all serve our town and giving the opportunity to pray together for those projects.

JOB VACANCY AT ST JOHN'S WALTON

St John’s Church, Walton - Vacancy for an additional Church Secretary

St John’s, Walton is working to develop and expand the service that the Church Office gives to the public and the ministry of the church.

We invite applications for the additional position of Church Secretary, to start in January 2015 or earlier if available, in order to provide additional cover and extend the office opening hours each week. The base hours are 14 hours per week and across the full team of 3 the hours covered will be as close as possible to 0930 – 1600 Monday to Friday.

The closing date for applications is 7th December 2014. Job descriptions and application forms are available from the Church Office

( office@stjohnswalton.co.uk ) or the Wardens - Marje Shaw and Ian Macleod via ian.macleod@samaritans-purse.org.uk

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

EVERY CHILD DESERVES A HOME FOR GOOD

I’m simply getting in touch to ask if you would be able to mention, or ask your church leaders to mention, a Home for Good (see http://www.homeforgood.org.uk/ ) meeting at St Thomas’ Brampton church centre next Wednesday (26th November) starting at 7.30pm.
 
The meeting is for anyone who is interested in fostering or adopting. It’s also for anyone who might like to know more about, or get involved with, the Home for Good campaign that is moving forward in this area.
There will be an opportunity to chat with staff from Adoption Matters ( see http://www.adoptionmattersnw.org/ ) and foster carers who are part of Home for Good and are fostering for Derbyshire County Council. Also, Jennifer Yates, the Home for Good Northern coordinator will be there to chat with anyone who would like to.
 
Currently there are thousands of children in the care system needing a home, something the church could really do something about.
Thanks in advance for you help.
 
Best regards,
 
Phil Pierce
Community Transformation

Monday, 17 November 2014

BRIMINGTON CHURCH DEDICATES NEW WINDOW




Hall Road, 
Brimington







Minister: Rev. Richard Harris
Tel: 01246  472488


                                       Invitation

To the Dedication of the New South Window
 on
Saturday December 13th  at 11a.m.

The short service includes some favourite carols

Light refreshments available from 10 – 12

Please come and share this celebration with us


This project was made possible by the generosity of Viridor Credits Ltd. and a generous private donor and by the skill and professionalism of CMC Aluminium Systems Ltd., Mitchell & Proctors Architects and Norman Buck, Circuit Property Secretary,  as well as the many volunteers who gathered information for the grant application, gave advice and provided access to the building.

Friday, 14 November 2014

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL AT THE SPIRE

CHESTERFIELD CROOKED SPIRE CHURCH

A FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS TREES
Saturday 22 November to Sunday 30 November
 
 
OPENING TIMES:
 
Monday - Saturday
10am - 8pm
Sundays
Mid-day - 4pm

ADMISSION IS FREE
Refreshments available in The Saints Coffee Shop
(10am - 3pm)

and in The Church Vestry Church Shop Open

Tower Tours available




ANYONE GOT SOME SHEEP WE CAN BORROW?

Follow the Star
On Saturday 6th December at 5.30p.m THE P.U.B team will be putting on a journey through time, back to Bethlehem.
 
There will be 3 tours the first will start at 5.30 p.m and will be assigned on a first come first served basis. The evening will start in the Sanctuary at Central Methodist Church so please enter by the front door. 
 
After the tours there will be crafts and activities of the time to have a go at and hot beverages and soup available from the non alcoholic bar. Carols will follow as we all gather together to sing praises.
 
We hope to see you all there. ( please note the car park will be closed to accommodate the shepherds)
Thanks
 
 
Ruth Cooper
 
P.S. if anybody knows where I can borrow some sheep please let me know

Thursday, 13 November 2014

CHESTERFIELD FOODBANK COLLECTION AT TESCO


Hi,

My name is Ben Martin and I am the project manager of Chesterfield Foodbank. Below is some information regarding a major food collection we are running at the end of this month that we urgently need volunteers for. Please may you forward it on to your congregations/members/mailing lists? If you have any questions then don't hesitate to contact me:


On 27th, 28th and 29th of November Chesterfield Foodbank will be collecting food at Chesterfield Tesco Extra. This national collection only happens twice a year and is one of our primary sources of food donations. To collect, weigh and sort the donations efficiently is a mammoth task as you can imagine; this year we expect to collect over 3 tonnes across the weekend!

This is why we need your help!

Across the three days we have a number of jobs that need to be carried out. These include collecting food at the supermarket, transporting food to our warehouse and weighing/sorting the food. At the supermarket we have five 90 minute slots available each day (if you are able to do more then brilliant!). These are: 0930 - 1100, 1100 - 1230, 1230 - 1400, 1400 - 1530, 1530 - 1700 (the last slot is a final 'lift and shift' session so please make sure if you volunteer for that you are happy to sort and carry boxes of food).

If you are available and would like to help out in any way then please contact us either by contacting the Foodbank at info@chesterfield.foodbank.org.uk with the subject heading 'Christmas Tesco Collection 2014' or calling 07984 589456 (if it goes to voicemail please leave a message with your name, telephone number and what it is in regards to and we will get back to you as soon as possible).

Kindest regards,


Ben Martin
Project Manager at Chesterfield Foodbank

Contact Details:
Telephone: 07984 589456

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

MYDUDU NEEDS YOUR HELP TO PUT ON CHRISTMAS LUNCH AGAIN THIS YEAR

Mydudu Gaven and her team have done an excellent job in recent years putting on a meal on Christmas Day for those in need in Chesterfield.  They have just announced it is to go ahead again this year but they will need your help once again.  
Can you offer your time either to help with the room set up, preparing or serving food and clearing away afterwards?  

Could you donate something from the list below to make Christmas a bit special for someone else?

If you can then please contact Mydudu and let her know how you can help 07585 554976.

Thank you.


Fruits Cold Drinks
Clementine Cordial
Grapes Cans of pop
Apples
Hot Drinks Nibbles
Milk Cheese
Tea  Crisps
Coffee  Biscuits 
Hot Chocolate Sweets
Crackers
Nuts
Pork Pies
Sausage Rolls
Cutlery and Tables Decorations and Presents
Foil Christmas tree  -  Mydudu
Cling film Presents – Pathways
Sandwich bags Crackers
Paper Plates
Paper Cups
Paper Plates Music and Prayer
Cutlery Pastor Toyin
Kitchen Roll
Bin bags Games
Disposable Table cloth
Silver tray

Thursday, 6 November 2014

CTFC CELEBRATION AND PRAYER FOR CHESTERFIELD TOWN CENTRE




Join us on Thursday 20th November in the Ballroom at the Winding Wheel 7.30pm for a worship celebration followed by a time of prayer for our town.  It would be great to see the room packed with Christians from all over town so together we can pray for Chesterfield.


EARLY BIRD PAYS LESS FOR HIS TICKETS!



Book before December and get the best rate for you and your mates

Last June, over 1,500 guys had a great laugh and an awesome time, with so many recommitting their lives or making a first time decision to follow Jesus. Such was the experience for those that were there, our bookings for 2015’s Gathering are already nearly at the same level as this year’s event.

The Gathering will feature music, comedy, a beer festival, inflatables, great speakers and seminars, cool cars, life stories, karaoke, sport, the ‘Annual Injury Award’, powerful gospel ministry and loads more.
Plus new for 2015; We’ve booked ‘Elvis‘ and ‘Neil Diamond‘ to come and sing!!

The Gathering 2015
Date: 26-28 June 2015
Venue: In a field near Swindon

£70 per person (till 30 Nov 2014)
£80 per person (from 1 Dec 2014)
£90 per person (from 2 March 2015)
£100 per person (from 1 June 2015)

Book or find more information here…

“A great time, there with a good group of mates. All enjoyed it. Best blokes weekend there is.”  Matt, Nottingham (2014)

HASLAND METHODIST CHURCH CHRISTMAS MARKET

Hasland Methodist Church, Hampton Street

Christmas Market
Saturday 22nd November 10.00 am - 3.00 pm
Santa's Grotto, Gifts, Cakes & lots of fun
Refreshments all day and light lunch served 12.00 - 1.30pm
Free entry

BIBLE EXPLORATION WITH CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CHESTERFIELD

Just to remind you that the Bible Exploration 2014 will be held on Sunday 16 November at the Central Methodist Church from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm.  The subject this year is 'The Parable of the Sower'

Mavis Plumtree
Secretary CE:C

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

CTFC CELEBRATING 5TH BIRTHDAY AT FORUM THIS WEEK




It's hard to believe but Christians Together for Chesterfield is now 5 years old and rumour has it there will be cake to celebrate the event at the forum this week!


There's an open invitation to join us on Thursday 6th November at the Ragged School 7.30pm to catch up on all the great things that the church in Chesterfield is achieving and events that are planned for the near future.


Please make sure your church is at least represented but there is no restriction on how many people come. Tell them there's cake!

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

JOB VACANCY

Everybody Hurts Parent Support Group
Freelance Development Co-ordinator


Fixed term contract – 1 year dependent on funding application being

successful

Research has shown that there is a gap in provision for support to parents who

are abused by their child/children. “Everybody Hurts” addresses this need.

Survival of the group depends on successful marketing and attracting funding

in the current climate of cut backs. We are looking for a freelance worker to

expand and develop funding streams in order to market and successfully set up

additional support groups. They will also be required to establish a volunteer



programme and deliver awareness presentations.

It is essential the successful candidate has an *extensive knowledge of Child to

Parent abuse and the effects it has on families. They must also have a nonjudgemental



attitude, counselling experience and the ability to write and

deliver training programmes for group members.

The role is based primarily in Chesterfield, although there will be a

requirement to attend events around the county which may be in the evening

or weekends.

Applications by Friday 7th November.



For more details ring secretary, Jean Walker on 01246 435857

* Extensive knowledge of Child to Parent Abuse, the effects on the child,

parents, siblings and the financial/social problems caused by the abusive child

and have a non- judgemental attitude. This is fundamental to the post.

Friday, 24 October 2014

INSPIRE - SCHOOL OF DISCIPLESHIP

 
We’d like to remind you of the upcoming
School of Discipleship
that we at Inspire are running in Chesterfield over the coming year.

The School of Discipleship begins with an Introductory Retreat Day on Saturday 1 November from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Holmebrook Valley Family Centre. The retreat is free but you need to register in advance please.
 
Following that, there are two streams of teaching which will run on four Friday evenings and Saturday mornings over the coming year:
  1. Leadership Conversations are particularly aimed at people who have, or are exploring, leadership responsibilities, of any kind (which basically includes everyone since we are all called to lead people to Jesus!)
  2. Teaching Retreats are for anyone and everyone! We will be helping one another to abide more deeply with God so that we can live more missionally in the world.
All the information is available on the website: http://inspiremovement.org/network/chesterfield-school
 
Contact us 07910 016776    school@inspiremovement.org
 
 

STUDY MORNING WITH DR MARGARET BAKER

Bolsover and Staveley Methodist Circuit invite you
to a study morning with

Dr Margaret Barker

at Brimington, Hall Road Methodist Church


on Saturday 22nd November

10am - 12 Noon

"Looking at the other details of the Nativity that were known to the first Christians and how they recorded them"
The Rest of the Nativity Story


For more information and to let us know you would like to come please contact

Paul Richardson - Local Preachers’ Secretary

Email: p.richardson68@btinternet.com

Phone: 07818620589

Tea & Coffee provided.

(Please tell us if you prefer herbal teas or have any food allergy)

BONFIRE NIGHT FIREWORKS IN CHESTERFIELD


Thursday, 23 October 2014

PRAYER VIGIL FOR EBOLA VICTIMS AT SPIRE

' At the request of Bishop Humphrey and Archdeacon Christine, Vigils of Prayer for those affected by the Ebola Epidemic are being organised.

There are to be three vigils, one in the Cathedral, one in Chesterfield and another  somewhere in the north of the Diocese.

The Chesterfield Vigil will be on Monday, 3rd November beginning (for those who wish to attend) with the usual 12.15 Eucharist and will end after Evensong at 5.15. It will be in the Holy Cross Chapel at the bottom of the North Aisle. It will be a silent vigil but there will be some appropriate material to assist with focusing our thoughts and prayer. People are welcome to come and go as they please'.


For more information contact Lesley 01246-202216. .




MISSION AVIATION FELLOWSHIP TALK TONIGHT!

Hi Everyone,
  • John Revill asked me yesterday to invite as many people as possible to Church In The Peak, at New Street Centre, to our meeting this evening! Apologies for the extremely short notice!!
  • If you're able to come, we've just learned that Bryan Pill of Mission Aviation Fellowship is paying a fleeting visit and is able to join and share with us this evening.
  • You can see more about him at the following link - http://www.maf-uk.org/Bryan_and_Tricia_Pill/3261.id
  • If you're able to make it, it will be an evening of real blessing and encouragement.
Bless you all and apologies once again for the short notice, but we've only just learned of it ourselves!

Mike Dalby

Thursday, 16 October 2014

JOB OPPORTUNITY

St Thomas', Brampton is looking for a new Children and Families Coordinator to work 10 hours a week.  The post will mainly be coordinating a team of volunteers who provide children's activities from pre-school to age 10, on a Sunday.  

If you know anyone who might be interested, please could you ask them to contact Sally-Anne (contact details below) for more information and a job description.

Many thanks 



Sally-Anne Beecham
Operations Manager
St Thomas' Church and Centre
Chatsworth Road
Brampton
Chesterfield
S40 3AW
01246 279916

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR BRIMINGTON FOODBANK

                                                                               Emergency food for people in crisis

Brimington
Churches Together in Brimington are seeking to set up a Chesterfield Foodbank distribution centre in Brimington.  This centre will seek to provide food, help and support to people from the community of Brimington and from across Chesterfield.

We need your help to run this centre. We are looking for people to help run the centre by volunteering to offer around 3-4 hours of your time each month to do one of the following roles: 

*Pack up food parcels*
*Greet people and serve refreshments* 
*Chat with people collecting parcels* 
*Collect food from the warehouse* 

If you are interested in getting involved, or if you just want to find out more then please come along at 1pm 30th October to St. Michael and All Angels Parish Church, Brimington (S43 1JG) 

If you are interested in getting involved in this project, but are not able to attend the above meeting, or if you have any questions, then please contact us on the details below: 

 Supervisor: Anna Mallender phone: 07403 348462 email: annamallender_ycw@outlook.com
Deputy Supervisior: Rev’d Daniel Cooke phone: 01246 273103 email: danielbcooke@hotmail.com

GENTLEMEN ONLY!



St. Mick’s Men’s Group



An invitation open to all Gentlemen

A charming evening of fine food,

sophisticated discussion 
and sensible entertainment

at St. Michael’s Church Hall, Brimington

7:30pm on 22nd November 2014 


Really we’re having curry and jacket potatoes, a quiz and generally messing about (but don’t tell the women folk: they think that we’re having a boring, quiet night…) ! Bring beer (or lemonade if you don't drink) ! For more info or to RSVP contact

Daniel (01246 273013 & danielbcooke@hotmail.com)

or Steve (07725 259100 & steve.martin@cvm.org.uk)

Monday, 13 October 2014

CHAPLAINCY DISCUSSION

A final reminder – that this Tuesday, October 14th, 7.30, we meet at The Saints Coffee House upstairs to hear Canon Paul Morris of Workplace Chaplaincy Derbyshire and to meet some of our existing local chaplains. We will be exploring together what additional opportunities there are for chaplaincy and who might help to meet those challenges –particularly lay people. Paul Morris will be offering training to volunteers.
This is a general meeting, not limited at all as to who may come.
Paul K.

Friday, 10 October 2014

COMMUNITY YOUNGSTARS THIS HALF TERM

Community Youngstars fun is back this half term holiday,

Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th October

10.00 am - 12 noon

Church in the Peak, New Street, Chesterfield

Thursday, 9 October 2014

COME AND CELEBRATE OUR MAKE-OVER



 Come and Celebrate
Our refurbished buildings

at

Rose Hill United Reformed Church

on

Saturday 18th October 10am – 4pm
and

                                                         Sunday 19th October 2pm – 4pm


Refreshments
Tours of the building
Exhibitions
Displays
Afternoon Tea