December 2018


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News - December

Remembrance Sunday Street Party 

Our Street party for Remembrance Sunday was a great success.

About 60 people came, each bringing food to share and our excellent singer, Charlotte, led us in WW1 songs which we all joined in as the words were displayed for us to do so. We had a quiz and a raffle throughout the evening and the proceeds from this will no doubt be announced in church in the near future. A big thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make the evening one to remember.

Tea and Chatter.

Tea and chatter on Wednesday the 12th December will include a Christmas stall for everyone to bring and buy, and we will also hold a raffle.

Christingle Service.

This year the Christingle service on behalf of the Children’s Society will be prepared and hosted by our Tetney Primary School children, in church, at their final assembly of the year on Thursday 20th December at 1.45pm.

Please come and support them.

The oranges used on this occasion have been generously donated, as in previous years, by the Blakemore Foundation via the Spar Shop in the village and we thank them for their continued support.

A Christmas Evening with Cameron Richardson-Eames & Matilda Lloyd.

This will take place on Friday 21st December 2018, 7.30pm at St Peter &  St Paul Church, Tetney .

The programme for the evening will be a wonderful start to the Christmas festivities. Further details were included in the November magazine.

Tickets cost £15.00. Please contact 07577081845

 or email - Cameron Richardson-Eames.

Christmas Services.

Please note that the 9 Lessons and Carols service on 23rd will be at 4.00pm. This will allow the candle-lit part of the service to be more emotive. 

We invite everyone, especially all children, to the Crib Service on Christmas Eve when they can remind themselves of the real meaning of Christmas.

Note that Communion will be at 10.00pm on Christmas Eve and 10.00am on Christmas Day.