Churches Together E-Newsletter
World Day of Prayer 2020
St.James’ Church Rowledge
Farnham’s service as part of the 2020 World Day of Prayer is being held at St.James’ Church, Rowledge on Friday 6th March, starting at 10:30 a.m.
This year, the service has been prepared by the women of Zimbabwe. This will be a colourful service, for all to enjoy the music and quiet reflection, seeking love, peace and reconciliation — not only in our own lives, but also in the communities of Zimbabwe.
This is a Service for Everyone! Children are welcome.
Do come and find out a bit more about this beautiful country, which has seen so much unrest in recent years. Discover what “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk” means to Zimbabwean women.
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Churches Together in Farnham
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
As in previous years, Churches Together in Farnham marked the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by daily prayers during the week, with a Service of Christian Unity on Sunday 19th January 2020.
UNITED SERVICE ON SUNDAY 19TH JANUARY 2020
The service was led by The Spire’s Revd.Michael Hopkins and prayers led by Revd.John Morris and Revd.Sandy Clarke of The Bourne and Tilford. The speaker was Revd.Hannah Moore, from the Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale.
The service was followed by seasonal refreshments.
DAILY MORNING PRAYER MEETINGS 18th-25th JANUARY
For a display poster with the 2020 Prayer Meeting Schedule — CLICK HERE (PDF format file size 13,127)
Christmas Day 2019
CTF Annual General Meeting 2019
The 2019 A.G.M. took place on the evening of Thursday 24th October at St.Mark’s Church, Alma Lane, Upper Hale, Farnham GU9 0LT. The meeting ended by 9:00 p.m giving those attending a chance to meet each other afterwards over a glass of wine.
Revd.Hannah Moore, Badshot Lea and Hale Parish, chaired the meeting, concluding her year as CTF Chair. Michael McDonnell, from St.Joan of Arc Catholic Church, was elected as CTF Chair for the coming year.
The meeting agenda included:
You can view or download your copy of the meeting minutes from the link below:
Frensham Baptist Fellowship Closes
Sadly, after 30 years of meeting in and serving the village and community of Frensham, FBF closed their doors at the Marindin Hall on Sunday 21st July 2019.
FBF began on 12th February 1989, initially meeting at the Church of the Good Shepherd, before moving to the Marindin Hall on 13th January 1991. They expressed their “gratitude to all who have contributed to the life of FBF and the blessing they have felt from so many who have passed through on life’s journey”.
CTF Directory - December 2019 edition
The Churches Together in Farnham directory provides contact information for CTF Officers, Member Churches and Associated Organisations. Download HERE for local printing (PDF format; file size 40,027) or find out more on the “CTF Directory” page.
In Memoriam ...
Churches Together in Farnham record with sadness the death of dedicated and committed Christians who have played important roles in our support.
Please CLICK HERE to see recent reports.