At the Cathedral / Further Afield:
Saturday 2 June - Summer Art Market (10:00 am 'til 6:00 pm)
The Summer Arts Market will feature the creative work of some of the region’s best artists, designers and makers selling handmade work and original designs directly to the public.
Over 200 stalls ng thousands of items will be exhibited and on sale – everything from photography, ceramics and jewellery to screen-prints, decorations, cards, clothing, photography, woodwork, glassware, textiles and handmade beauty products.
For more details and a preview of some of the exhibitors click
Friday 1 & Saturday 2 June - Big Church Day Out
oin us at Capesthorne Hall on 1st & 2nd June with thousands of Christians from all over the country to worship and ‘celebrate all that is good’.
Monday 9th April
Tuesday 10th April
Wednesday 11th April
Choir Practice in Church (7:00 pm) - if you would like to join the choir please speak to Sue Farley
Bible Study in Church (7:30 pm)
Thursday 12th April
"Seedlings" (9:30 am - 11:00 am)
Zumba Classes - £3.50 per class - all ages,abilities & fitness levels welcome (6:15 pm - 7:15 pm)
Women's Institute meeting (7:30 pm) - 3rd Thursday of the month of the month ONLY
Friday 13th April
CAST Group in Church - All welcome (1:30 pm - 3:00 pm)
‘Fit Camp’ training in Church Hall (6:00 pm - 7:00 pm)
Saturday 14th April
Sunday 15th April
Service of Holy Communion (10:30 am) - Rev. Julia Jesson (Leader) / Rev. Jeff Engel(Preacher)
This intention behind the Lent Cross Challenge is to keep the cross at the heart of Easter. It is aimed at children and young people in uniformed groups, schools, Sunday clubs .
It can also be done by individuals or as a family activity during Lent.
The challenge is to find, identify, make, bake, discover, create or photograph 40 different crosses during the 40 days of Lent.
You don’t have to find 40 each! Just find or create as many as you wish to add to our 40 display in church
These will help us to make our own Lent Cross Challenge collage in church.
Be Creative !
If you would like more details, please see Sue Mitchell