Thank you everyone who came to join in and to help out and made our Summer Club such a huge success. News of next year’s club should pop up in the Spring.
THANK YOU EVERYONE!!!
Christmas Fair at Woodlands on Saturday 18th November 2017, 10am-3pm.
Where you can find stalls of cakes, preserves, sweets, bric-a-brac, toiletries, books, handicrafts, second hand toys, stationery, tombola.
Refreshments available and also a visit from Santa.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Come and join us at the annual Sunday School Family Party!
Sunday 16th July 12:30-2:30pm
Woodlands Church Community Garden (or the church hall if wet!)
Bring a picnic lunch, garden chairs or a picnic rug and come join our annual Sunday School party!
- Arts and crafts
- Relay races
- Parachute games
- Three-legged race
- Beat the Goalie
- Tug of War
- Sack Race
And loads more!
For more info contact Fiona on: firstname.lastname@example.org
The sign-up sheet is available on the middle hall noticeboard for all parents to add their child’s name(s) to so we can know numbers for pizza-making and ice creams
COME AND JOIN US AT OUR SWEET FACTORY SUMMER CLUB
For children and young people between 5 and 11. £5 for three mornings. Drama, crafts, music and stories. At Woodlands Methodist Church.
Wednesday 9th to Friday 11th August 10am – 12noon
Also, we have a Celebration Event Sunday 13th August at 10.30am
For more information contact Evelyn on: email@example.com or 07890 615931
Parents and Guardians need to complete an application form by the 10th July available from Evelyn and also below:
Woodlands Summer Club Registration Form (word .docx)
Come and see a fantastic display of gardens depicting the Easter story!
FREE ENTRY, REFRESHMENTS, MUSIC
Call Richard to garden a garden tray: 01423888720
Woodlands Methodist Church is holding an Easter Garden Festival and invites you to take part. We will supply the tray which will be the maximum size of each display and feel free to be as inventive as you wish.
To garden: Fill the tray with soil or potting compost; Arrange it to make a hill on one side; Cover the soil with moss, grass or sand; Make three crosses with the dried twigs and the sewing thread and place on the hilltop; Put a small pot into the hillside, to make a cave like the garden tomb; Put an egg cup full of flowers into the soil around the garden.
- Good Friday 14th April 11.30 – 1pm (After morning service)
- Saturday 15th April 10am – 12noon & 2pm – 4pm
- Easter Day 16th April after church and then 2pm – 4pm
- Bank holiday Monday 17th April 10am – 12noon & 6pm – 8pm
- Tuesday 18th April 4pm – 6pm with a short service at 6pm to give thanks and celebrate
Easter Day services, Sunday 16th
- 9am Holy Communion Service
- 10.30am Morning worship
- 6.30pm Evening worship