Friday, February 14, 2014

What's on at Seal Church

MESSY CHURCH is happening this Sunday (Feb 16) from 4 -5.30pm in the church hall.
It is Education Sunday so we will be thinking about learning new skills, celebrating the things we already know and making thank you cards for teachers. As ever it will be very informal, and everyone is welcome, young or old. If you've never come to Messy Church, why not give it a go this time? It's absolutely free, and guaranteed fun (which we are all in need of in this miserable weather!) 
If the thought of occupying your children during the half-term break is weighing heavily on you, why not download a copy of the Boredom Buster booklet I have put together, with ideas for things to do each day of half-term. They are all no cost, or VERY low cost, and can be done without transport.
There are printed copies of the booklet in the church porch, and I will also be posting each day's suggestions here on the church blog (from Monday morning) if you would rather get the suggestions in that form.
I hope it provides some ideas and inspiration.
On Saturday Feb 22 we also have two events to look forward to. In the morning from 11.30am -1pm in the Village hall (on Seal High Street) we are having a Know Your Neighbours drop in morning . Come along for coffee and cake and a chance to meet those who live around you.
On the evening of Saturday Feb 22 we have a Quiz Night in the church hall. It starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £6 which includes a ploughman's supper. Please bring your own drinks. You can sign up for this on the sheet on the red table just inside the church door, or phone Maggie Fox on  01732 762840 to reserve a place. Everyone is welcome to this, but we really do need you to book in advance as these evenings are often very well attended, and it is a great shame if we have to turn people away who haven't booked because we are full up.

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