Here is the church
Here is no steeple
Keep open the doors
Here are the people:
|Ellen Bailey||Cesca Cavender|
|Penny Cooke||Margaret Crawford|
|Pam Lukins||Shirley Rosser|
who do the flowers in the Sanctuary and on the Oak Chest on a rota basis as follows:
|There will be no flowers during Advent. However the church will be decorated on Sat, 22 December beginning at 10.00 a.m.
Please come along and join us. You would be made most welcome.
|5 - 19 January||Ellen||Cesca|
|19 January - 1 February||Pam||Penny|
|1 - 15 February||Margaret||Shirley|
|15 February - 4 March||Judith||Ellen|
|During Lent the church is not decorated.|
|Come Saturday, 20 April the ‘A’ (arranging) Team will transform the church to celebrate Easter.
Again, if you would like to join us we’d love to see you.
Decorating the church for Christmas, Easter and Harvest are festivals when as many of our number as possible work together to make St Johns extra special.
If any one reading this article would like to join us or you need more informaation, please contact me, Judith Strange, tel no. 01934 733 783 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebration and Memorial Flowers
Don’t forget there is always the opportunity to gift the flowers on the Oak Chest in memory of a loved one or to celebrate an anniversary/birthday. Sitting on the Oak Chest as they do these special flowers are the first thing people see on entering the church.
A perfect example of this opportunity is the basket of flowers on the Oak Chest at the moment which were donated by Su Gordon in memory of her parents, Dot and Harry Dyas whom I believe many of you will remember. The arrngement is by Penny Cooke.
This not-so-new idea has met with great success this year but do put some thought into being first off the blocks in 2019.
I look forward to hearing from you,
2018 Remembrance Flowers
Arrangements for our 'Prelude to Peace' Armistice commemoration and Remembrance service.
Last Updated by AG 24 November 2018