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CHURCHES TOGETHER IN HEATHFIELD & DISTRICT

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

JUNE  2019

COMING SOON

Sunday June 23rd at 6.30 pm. United Evening Worship at Horam Chapel. This is the first time CTH & D have worshipped here, with our newest member church: so do please make an effort to come and support them at this service.

Saturday July 13th at 8.00 am (doors open at 7.45) Breakfast  at Tottingworth Farm Café. The speaker will be Pamela Blakey on The Beachy Head Chaplaincy. Please book with your CTH representative or contact Sue Mumford 01580 819415 or All bookings and payments must be in by Thursday July 4th at the latest.

Sunday August 18th at 6.30 pm. United Evening Worship at Gamelands Methodist Church. Do try to come and worship with us there and admire their renovations – including soft chairs and a lovely mural on the front wall!

Monday August 26th: Le Marche comes to Heathfield once again and CTH will be providing refreshments and lunches as usual in Union Church Hall. If you can volunteer to help for an hour or are willing to provide a cake, please sign the sheet your CTH Representative now has, for your church, or contact Sue Mumford (as above), by the end of July  please.

Also please remember that the Christian Aid Sponsored Walk/Cycle/Run  on the Cuckoo Trail from Heathfield to Horam and back, is on Saturday September 21st this year. If you would like to take part, perhaps start thinking about asking for sponsors during the summer months.

OTHER  NEWS

Once again The Sanctuary Space at the Heathfield Show attracted many people including young families. We are thankful to Alan Archer and his team for all their hard work in setting it up and organising the rota for the day. And some of us were interviewed live on Sussex Radio before the show! The Street Pastors were also there, serving tea etc. to the Show stewards and walking around amongst the crowds.

The Christian Aid Committee want to thanks everyone who helped with the collections during CA Week and those who supported the various events and made any contribution. To date they have raised £1591.this year.

The Turning has changed its name locally to ‘Christians on the Streets’ (COTS). They went out each day during the week of June 3rd and continue to go out once a month on a Saturday. But their approach to people is a little different from The Turning’s method now. Hence the change of name.

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