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2018 july final

  1. 1. Catalyst The Magazine of Hayes Free Church (URC) July and August 2018
  2. 2. HAYES FREE CHURCH 111, Pickhurst Lane, Hayes, Kent BR2 7HU Sunday Services 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m. We are a member of the United Reformed Church. We believe in Justice and Peace Principal Contacts Interim Moderator: Mrs Hilary Miles Church Secretary: Mrs Mavis Righini Tel: 020 8462 1168 Treasurer: Mr. Simon Narracott Tel: 020 8462 2004 Lettings Secretary: Mrs Undine Connolly Tel: 020 8776 0108 Church Website www.hayesfreechurch.com Catalyst Editor: Miss Christine Rees hayeschoir@ mybtinternet.com Contents : Weekend 30 June/1 July 1 Votes for Women 11 Preachers July& August 2 Lunchtime concert 12 Church Secretary’s letter 3 Bank Holiday Ramble 12 Church notices 4-7 GDPR and Catalyst 12 Leprosy mission & stamps 8 Roses for Peace 13-14 Food Bank 8 Stop Press (Eye tests) 14 Christian Aid Week 9 Monthly Calendar 15-16 Wandle Ringers 10 HFC Organisations - inside back cover Quiz answers 10 Final Thought - back cover ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copy for September 2018 is needed by Sunday 12th August 2018. The editor is very grateful if you would submit items in good time. You can leave copy in the "R" Pigeon Hole for Christine to collect; hand it directly to her, or e-mail it to hayeschoir@mybtinternet.com (please note change of email address). Thank you. Editor’s note: throughout this magazine, the following abbreviations are standardly used: URC (United Reformed Church); HFC (Hayes Free Church); CTiH (Churches Together in Hayes).
  3. 3. - 1 - The weekend of Saturday 30th June/ Sunday 1st July Members, and others who regularly attend HFC, will already know that a visit will take place over this weekend by a prospective Minister. Full details have been issued, but below is a brief reminder of the timetable for the weekend, which of course includes visits to Trinity URC, Bromley, as well as to Hayes. Saturday 30th June 10.00 – 10.30am Coffee, with a chance to read a written introduction to the Minister 10.30 – approx. 12.00 noon The Minister introduces herself, followed by questions and informal conversations. Sunday 1st July 10.00am The Minister conducts Morning Service at Hayes (“preaching with a view”). She will leave immediately afterwards to take a service at Trinity. Please note the early start, which enables her to complete both services in the same morning. Approx. 11.00 – 11.30am The usual coffee break 11.30am A special meeting of Hayes Free Church, finishing with a vote on whether to issue a call to the Ministry of our church. NOTE: Voting is restricted to church members who have attended both the service and the meeting. 3.00pm It is hoped that by this time your Pastoral Elder will be able to give you the result of the Hayes and Trinity votes (though it will be too soon for the Minister’s response, if a call is issued).
  4. 4. - 2 - Sunday Services July 2018 1st 10.00 am – NOTE TIME - Morning Service – visiting Minister preaching with a view 6.30 pm – Evening Service – Mike Tinson 8th 10.30 am – Parade Service – John Cox 6.30 pm – Evening Service – Stephen Fellingham 15th 10.30am – Morning Service: Roger Mundy 6.30 pm - Evening Service – Duncan Wilson 22nd 10.30am – Morning Service – Tony Russell 6.30 pm - Evening Service – TBA 29th 10.30am – Morning Service – TBA 6.30 pm - Evening Service – Hilary Creed August 2018 5th 10.30 am - Morning Service – TBA 6.30 pm – Evening Service – TBA 12th 10.30 am – Morning Service – John Cox 6.30 pm – Evening Service – TBA 19th 10.30am – Morning Service – Rev Fiona Thomas 6.30 pm - Evening Service – Duncan Wilson 26th 10.30am – Morning Service – TBA 6.30 pm - Evening Service – TBA All of the evening services will take place in the Elders Vestry, accessed from the side door in Hilldown Road. Notes on preachers (slightly abbreviated this month for reasons of space – apologies): Mike Tinson is a Methodist local preacher, from Bromley Methodist Church; John Cox is a Reader at St Mary’s Church, College Road, Bromley; Stephen Fellingham is Local Church Leader, Bromley URC (Widmore Road); Roger Mundy is a former member of HFC, who has worked with Wycliffe Bible Translators; Duncan Wilson is training as a Lay Preacher; Tony Russell is a non-serving Elder at HFC, formerly Church Secretary and Church Treasurer; Hilary Creed is an Elder at Trinity, Bromley; Rev Fiona Thomas is Secretary for Education and Learning at the URC
  5. 5. - 3 - Letter from the Church Secretary Dear All, Having just returned from our holiday on the Isle of Wight, I must tell you about our visit to Quarr Abbey for Mass. Though sadly there were only 9 monks, the Abbey was full with 70 or more school children, so well behaved but quite obviously not Catholic. As we left, as always I was in awe of all I had experienced, it's just an amazing feeling and Colin said it had been a rather long service. I hadn't been aware of its length and those youngsters were in the Abbey before us and also after we left. So often youngsters get a bad name, but those at Mass were wonderful. With our holiday behind us I now look ahead to our special weekend. How wonderful it would be for our church to be full. We have waited for 2 and a half years, trusting God that He had plans for us. So let us continue to trust our Lord as He gives us the opportunity to hear our visitor preach with a view to being our Minister. With Christian love, Mavis
  6. 6. - 4 - Church Meetings There will be a special Church meeting at 11.30am on Sunday 1st July (see p1). Following that, the next regular Church meetings will be held in the Church at 12.00 noon on Sundays 22nd July and 23rd September. The next two Elders' meetings will be at 7.00 pm in the small hall on Tuesdays 3rd July and 4th September. News of the Church Family Joan Carter I am very sorry to report that Joan Carter has died after a long illness. Many people will remember Joan, who was a long-standing member of Hayes Free Church, and who contributed to many of the church’s activities until in recent times this ceased to be possible for her. Indeed she was so frequently seen helping with refreshments that she became known as the tea-lady! Joan’s funeral service will take place on Wednesday 4th July at 12.30pm at Beckenham Crematorium, Elmers End, followed by refreshments at the New Inn, in Hayes. The family would be very pleased if friends from the church are able to attend the service and join them afterwards. Everyone is very welcome, but the caterers have asked for an estimated number, so if you intend to come to the New Inn please would you inform Joan’s daughter, Christine Balls, on 0208 777 1764. A Special Service The April issue of Catalyst included a message about a special occasion which was coming up in August. It is not far away now, so here is a reminder that on Sunday 26th August there will be a Service of Recognition of the 50th Anniversary of Ordination of our former Minister, Rev John Robinson. This will take place at 10.30am at Christ Church (URC/Methodist), Braunton, North Devon, and will be conducted by Rev Bryn Thomas. John writes that “If anyone happens to be in the South West that weekend, a warm welcome will be extended.” I am sure that the whole membership of HFC would like to send him our congratulations and best wishes.
  7. 7. - 5 - Saturday Fellowship: Saturday 14th July [please note date!] The next meeting of the Saturday Fellowship will be held on Saturday 14th July (later in the month than usual) at Barbara’s house at 2.30pm. We shall be looking at some of the Old Testament prophecies and their later fulfilment. All are welcome. Martin Women's Contact Group: Mondays 2nd July and 6th August We will be meeting for our monthly meal at the Warren Sports Ground, Hayes, at 12.30 pm on the two dates given above. The Warren is accessed by car from Croydon Road (address: Croydon Road, Hayes, BR2 7AL) or on foot from the junction of Warren Road and Holland Way. All ladies are welcome. Sylvia Men's Group: Thursday 19th July The final meeting of the Men’s Group in this session will be a barbecue at the Scout Hut, Mounthurst Road, on Thursday 19th July at 8.00pm. There will then be a summer break and details of the first autumn meeting will appear in September’s issue of Catalyst. Tuesday Friendship Group: Tues afternoons in July All are welcome at the meetings of this group, which take place from 2.00 pm to about 3.30pm on Tuesdays in the small hall (unless different arrangements are stated), finishing at about 3.30 pm. The programme for July: - 3rd Lunch “chez HFC” PLEASE NOTE 1.00pm START TIME - 10th A Trip to India - 17th An outing to Coolings for Afternoon Tea. Please note that this will be the last meeting of the session before a summer break. Members who use the Mini-Ambulance service are asked to ring Sylvia on 8462 1938 by 9.00 am on any Tuesday that they are unable to come to a meeting. Please come along for a pleasant afternoon. We have a very varied programme with plenty to interest everyone.
  8. 8. - 6 - Hayes Mothers' & Toddlers' Club: Friday 6th July Our club’s final meeting before the summer break will be on Friday 6th July, between 2pm and 4pm. We welcome all babies and children under school age, accompanied by their parents, grandparents or carers. The fee is £1 per family - tea, squash and biscuits are provided. This is a time when adults can meet up, while the children in their care are busy playing with toys and activities in the company of other children. We plan to resume our weekly meetings in September, and details will appear in the September issue of Catalyst. Messy Church: Wednesday 25th July This meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month in the church from 3.30 - 4.30 pm, and children from 2 to 12 years are welcome. Please note we will not be meeting in August. Book Club: Wednesdays 11th July and 8th August [note dates] We meet once a month, at 2.00pm in the Small Hall, and usually on the first Wednesday of the month. Please note however that for the next two months the meetings have been deferred by a week. We will continue through August this year, without taking a summer break. Singles’ Lunch – Sunday 15th July and then monthly Anyone living alone is welcome to come along to our Singles Lunches, which take place approximately once a month on a Sunday. They are held at the Warren, starting at 12.30pm (for details of the location see the Women’s Contact Group notice on page 5). These lunches will continue without a summer break, and the dates for the coming months are: - Sunday 15th July - Sunday 12th August - Sunday 9th September - Sunday 7th October
  9. 9. - 7 - Notice Sheets If you have an item for inclusion on the Notice Sheet on a particular Sunday, please contact the relevant person below, by the date shown (the first Sunday of the month is often in the previous month’s magazine): By Tuesday 26th June for Sunday 1st July: Brenda 8462 3867 By Tuesday 3rd July for Sunday 8th July: Brenda 8462 3867 By Tuesday 10th July for Sunday 15th July: Joan 8462 3920 By Tuesday 17th July for Sunday 22nd July: Joan 8462 3920 By Tuesday 24th July for Sunday 29th July: Pamela 8658 0748 and By Tuesday 28th August for Sunday 2nd Sept: Pamela 8658 0748 There will be no notice sheets during August. The Fairtrade Stall: Sundays 8th July and 12th August The Fairtrade stall is held once a month on the second Sunday, just after the morning service. The stall is near the refreshments trolley, so please do pop by to see what we have for sale. The items range from snacks and breakfast foods through to greetings cards. We look forward to seeing you. Richard and Barbara Ministry of Flowers Thank you to those involved in the weekly choice and arrangement of flowers in the church. Thanks go also to those who provide for these displays week by week. After the service on Sunday morning, the flowers are distributed in order to celebrate, or thank, or support, and in all cases to bring further enjoyment. Besides helping to decorate the church, supplying flowers for a particular Sunday is an excellent way to mark a special anniversary, or remember a friend or family member. Please let us know if you would like to help in this.
  10. 10. - 8 - The Leprosy Mission and Your Stamps Very many thanks to the several people who provided British and foreign stamps for the recent collection in aid of the Leprosy Mission, who were most grateful for our support. We will continue to collect for them, but please in future don’t bother with the ordinary red and blue first and second class stamps – they have no commercial value. However, please look out for new issues, such as the recently released Dad’s Army stamps of various values. Many thanks! Martin In connection with Martin’s appeal above I thought you might like to see the Royal Mail’s list of special issue stamps for the rest of 2018. He is of course asking you to look out for used stamps rather than buying them new (buying these stamps will not in itself help the Leprosy Mission’s cause unless we then use them to write to each other – or to friends and relatives from whom we can later reclaim the envelopes!) But it is still fun to enjoy the new issues, so here is the information. The Dad’s Army stamps were issued on 26 June, and are to be followed by stamps on these themes: Hampton Court Palace 31 July Captain Cook and the Endeavour 16 August The First World War – 1918 13 September Christmas 1 November HRH The Prince of Wales -70th birthday 14 November Issues are also due on 30 August and 16 October but the subjects have not yet been announced. Editor Bromley Food Bank The list of the most urgently needed items (as shown on their website) is again unchanged. Here it is: Coffee; longlife fruit juice; sponge puddings; jellies; instant whips; tinned meat (that can form the basis of a hot meal); toilet rolls; washing detergent (tablets, powder or liquid); washing up liquid; shower gel; shampoo; deodorant; And as usual, they do not need: beans, pasta, soup and cereal.
  11. 11. - 9 - Christian Aid week 2018 (officially 13-19 May…) Apologies that by the time the information for this report was available, it was too late to get it into June’s Catalyst. As usual church members and friends have been very generous in their recognition of Christian Aid week, and despite the fact that we can no longer run door-to-door collections, we have managed to amass a substantial £680 for the cause. Within that sum, £85 was liable for Gift Aid, which should bring in an additional £21.25, taking the total figure just over £700. Much of the credit for this goes to Barbara, whose coffee morning, as last year, formed the main event of HFC’s Christian Aid week. It was strongly supported by members and others, and raised an impressive £355, besides giving some of us a rare opportunity to chat as a group in a domestic setting. The charity also formed a key element of the sermon at the Sunday morning service on 13th May; envelopes were available and those which were returned then and later raised an extra £121. The rest came from other donations, including £145 from our regular post-service Sunday morning refreshments. Christian Aid week 2018 (…and one extra day, 20th May) Each year, on the Sunday immediately following the official close of the week, Christian Aid in London has for twenty years run a sponsored walk in London. The walk links up various historic churches as the checkpoints. Barbara and Christine have been involved in this for some time now and this year we had the special opportunity of stewarding at the Temple Church, inside the Inns of Court. This church is very old, very beautiful and has very unusual architecture (including a round nave), and we would certainly recommend a visit if you have the opportunity. It is not often included in the walk, and the walkers clearly appreciated the chance to see it.
  12. 12. - 10 - The Wandle Ringers’ Concert On 20th June we were delighted to welcome the Wandle Ringers for a Midsummer Ring – a concert that they had kindly agreed to give in aid of the Mounthurst Scout Hut project. They gave us a feast of music with Beethoven, Mendelssohn and other such composers mingling with the Parade of the Tin Soldiers, and the traditional morris dance Shepherd’s Hey. There was also a piece written for the Ringers’ 30th anniversary, recalling the River Wandle from which they take their name. “Mingling” seems to be the right word as the arrangements often allow well-known tunes to intertwine with each other – the audience has to keep on its toes to spot all the references. The evening was much enjoyed and the event raised £564. QUIZ ANSWERS: The answers to last month’s clues were:  The home city of the Guardian newspaper: MANCHESTER  The Scottish city whose name means “Mouth of the River Ness”: INVERNESS  The city with no conversation for those sent there: COVENTRY  The city whose name might be uttered inadvertently by a highwayman: ANDOVER (….your money)  The letter that threatens to defeat Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady: H (“in Hertfordshire, Herefordshire and Hampshire, hurricanes hardly ever happen”)  The Biblical name is of course: MICAH Meantime the summer stretches ahead and as you will have seen a number of church activities will take a break in August. So, whether or not you are going away, the Catalyst team wishes you: a very peaceful and enjoyable summer!
  13. 13. - 11 - Votes for Women! In this year of major anniversaries, Catalyst has so far made no mention of women first achieving the vote in 1918. But just now, as we contemplate the possibility of a woman Minister, and the church membership undertaking that contemplation is predominantly female, perhaps this is the moment. In fact the Representation of the People Act 1918 was a democratic advance worth celebrating for several reasons, not all of them well remembered today. It clarified some things that we now take for granted (for example that you vote in the place where you live, and that general elections are held throughout the country on the same day). And it hugely enlarged the electorate of male as well as female voters. Throughout the C19 there had been a gradual widening of the male electorate, but it was all based on property qualifications, and many were left out. So at the time of the First World War some 40% of adult males still had no vote. There were also significant discrepancies in the proportion of men who had the vote in England and Wales; Scotland, and Ireland (presumably reflecting the relative wealth of these countries). It is often said that the work done by women during the war was what persuaded Parliament that they could be trusted with the vote, and perhaps there was a similar view of the troops returning home from France. Certainly the Home Secretary of the day attributed the previous exclusions to old class prejudices which he thought were gone for good after the experience of the war. All men aged 21 were given the vote by this act, but for women the situation was more nuanced – those aged 30 or over had the vote, but even for these there was also a property qualification. Full equality had to wait for the 1928 Act, which gave women parity with men – both now had the vote if they were 21 or over. This Act received royal assent on 2 July 1928, so we are just in time to celebrate its 90th anniversary! On the position of women, Parliament was not necessarily leading, but sometimes following, changes already happening in society, not least in our churches (see Catalyst for September 2017). HFC of course did not exist in 1918 but it has certainly seen an increasingly female trend over the years – a photo of the Deacons (as they then were) from the early 1970s shows 4 women and 11 men, almost a mirror-image of the proportions of today’s Eldership.
  14. 14. - 12 - Lunchtime concert at Bromley Central Library: 5th July Adrian Boynton and Friends will be giving a summer concert as part of their quarterly series in Bromley. The details are: - SUMMER SERENADE - Thursday 5th July 12.00 noon – 2.00pm - Admission by programme at the door - £7.00 - For further details please ring 07961 348697 This information has been passed to the Editor by a church member who has been to other concerts in the series, and warmly recommends them. CTiH Bank Holiday Rambles: the next is Monday August 27th We were very fortunate that both Bank Holiday Mondays in May proved to be pleasantly warm and sunny, and our two rambles, in the Darent valley south of Dartford and the Cray valley south of Bexley, attracted 13 and 10 walkers respectively, with all four Hayes churches represented. The rural scenery was delightful and varied, and both the historic pubs we visited – the Chequers at Darenth and the White Cross at North Cray – provided delicious meals at very reasonable prices. I hope to lead another enjoyable [r]amble of about the same length (3 or 4 miles) on August 27th – details nearer the time, but we’ll meet in the Rosary carpark at 10.15am as usual. Let’s hope for another fine day! Martin GDPR and Catalyst I hope this will be the last mention of this subject for some time, but it may be helpful to have a brief explanation of GDPR’s effect on Catalyst. Mentioning someone in a church magazine is not covered by the new HFC policy on data protection, and that means that (with a very few exceptions) written permission is needed for every personal reference that appears in Catalyst. I am gradually getting these permissions, which will usually apply to future mentions as well, but it will take some time. Before they give permission, people need to be made aware that the magazine goes onto the Internet, and stays there for a year. These rules apply to photographs as well as words; before I can publish a group photo, I have to get written permission from everyone who appears in it, plus the photographer. This will inevitably be difficult if some of those in the photo are visitors from a distance. So please bear this in mind, and come and discuss any possible photos with me, ideally before they are actually taken. Thank you. Editor
  15. 15. - 13 - Roses for Peace In November of this year we will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. But at this time of year, peace roses are in bloom, and although they relate to a different war, I thought you might like to read their story. Perhaps you already know it. This rose was first developed in the late 1930s by the French rose grower Francis Meilland, and initially named Madame A Meilland in memory of his mother. That is still its formal name. But just as it reached the stage at which he might have been propagating it widely for commercial sale, war broke out. The Meilland family sent their budstock out of France, to Germany, Italy and (said to have been smuggled out in one of the last diplomatic bags) the US.
  16. 16. - 14 - It was also sent to Turkey, but this despatch was lost in the conflict and never arrived. In the following years, separated by war, it was developed in the other three countries, and named Gioia (Joy) in Italy and Gloria Dei (the Glory of God) in Germany. In the United States, the rose was prepared for a formal launch on 29th April 1945, a day chosen to coincide with a rose growers’ festival, but one which also saw the fall of Berlin. At this significant time, it was decided to call the rose Peace. The Meilland family welcomed all the names, all of which they considered reflected different aspects of Madame Meilland’s personality, but Peace was adopted by other English-speaking countries and has become the best known. Whilst its name obviously played a part, the quality of the rose was also important in achieving its great popularity (it is credited with reviving interest in rose-growing after the war). It is highly regarded by rose-growers, who have been able to develop many variants from it, and it is still available to buy today. More immediately, it is in its full glory at the moment and there are plenty to be seen in gardens in and around Hayes. ****** !!STOP PRESS!! Eye tests – did you know? For some time it has been possible to have an eye test at home if you can’t reach the opticians. Specsavers however are now making a big effort to publicise this. It is a free NHS eye test. If this is something that would help you, or someone you know, you can get more information by ringing 0800 089 0886 or searching online for Specsavers Home Eye Test. Their shop in West Wickham should also have details.
  17. 17. - 15 - ****** Calendar for July 2018 Sun 1 10.00am 11.30am 6.30pm Morning Service – Minister preaching with a view (pp1 and 2) Special Church Meeting (pp1 and 4) Evening Service – Mike Tinson (p2) Mon 2 12.30pm Women’s Contact Group Lunch (p5) Tue 3 2.00pm 7.00pm Tuesday Friendship Group (p5) Elders’ Meeting (p4) Weds 4 12.30pm Funeral service for Joan Carter (p4) Fri 6 2.00pm Mothers’ and Toddlers’ Club (p6) Sun 8 10.30am 11.30am 6.30pm Parade Service – John Cox (p2) Fairtrade Stall (p7) Evening Service – Stephen Fellingham (p2) Churches Together in Hayes In aid of Living Well, Bromley Saturday 13th October 2018 at 7.30pm In Hayes Free Church, Large Hall 111 Pickhurst Lane, Hayes Tickets £10.00 (includes a Fish & Chip Supper, bring your own drinks and cutlery) Ticket details in the September issue
  18. 18. - 16 - Calendar for July 2018 (continued) Tue 10 2.00pm Tuesday Friendship Group (p5) Weds 11 2.00pm Book Club (p6) Thurs 12 12.00noon Lunchtime concert, Bromley Library (p12) Sat 14 2.30pm Saturday Fellowship (p5) Sun 15 10.30am 12.30pm 6.30pm Morning Service – Roger Mundy (p2) Singles’ Lunch (p6) Evening Service – Duncan Wilson (p2) Tue 17 2.00pm Tuesday Friendship Group (p5) Thurs 19 8.00pm Men’s Group (p5) Sun 22 10.30am 12.00noon 6.30pm Morning Service – Tony Russell (p2) Church meeting (p4) Evening Service – TBA (p2) Weds 25 3.30pm Messy Church (p6) Sun 29 10.30am 12.00noon 6.30pm Morning Service – TBA (p2) Church meeting (p4) Evening Service – Hilary Creed (p2) Calendar for August 2018 Sun 5 10.30am 6.30pm Morning Service – TBA (p2) Evening Service – TBA (p2) Mon 6 12.30pm Women’s Contact Group Lunch (p5) Weds 8 2.00pm Book Club (p6) Sun 12 10.30am 11.30am 12.30pm 6.30pm Morning Service – John Cox (p2) Fairtrade Stall (p7) Singles’ Lunch (p6) Evening Service - TBA (p2) Sun 19 10.30am 6.30pm Morning Service – Rev Fiona Thomas (p2) Evening Service – Duncan Wilson (p2) Sun 26 10.30am 6.30pm 10.30am Morning Service – TBA (p2) Evening Service – TBA (p2) 50th Anniversary Service: Rev John Robinson, North Devon (p4) Mon 27 10.15am BANK HOLIDAY Bank Holiday Ramble (p12) and looking ahead to September 2018 Tue 4 7.00pm Elders’ Meeting (p4) Sun 23 12.00noon Church Meeting (p4)
  19. 19. CHURCH ORGANISATIONS – please advise the Editor of updates as they arise Day Organisation Contact Sunday 12.30pm – monthly only Singles’ lunch Joan Smith 020 8462 3920 Monday 5.45pm Brownies hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk 6.30pm Cubs 22ndbromleyscoutsgsl@gmail.com 12.30pm - 1st Mon only Women's Contact Group Sylvia Mack 020 8462 1938 Tuesday 2.00pm Tuesday Friendship Group 7.15pm Scouts - 1st troop 22ndbromleyscoutsgsl@gmail.com Wednesday 2.00pm - 1st Weds only HFC Book Club 3.30pm - 4th Weds only Messy Church 5.30pm Rainbows hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk 6.00pm Beavers 22ndbromleyscoutsgsl@gmail.com 6.30pm Guides – 4th Hayes hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk 7.45 – 9.15pm Guides – Senior Section hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk 8.00pm Explorers 22ndbromleyscoutsgsl@gmail.com Thursday 5.45pm Brownies hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk 7.15pm Scouts - 2nd troop 22ndbromleyscoutsgsl@gmail.com 8.00pm - 3rd Thurs only Men's Group Bruce Tannock 020 8325 6264 Friday 2.00pm Mothers & Toddlers 6.30pm Guides – 3rd Hayes hayesdistrict@yahoo.co.uk Saturday 2.30pm - 1st Sat only Saturday Fellowship Martin Nunn 020 8462 5918
  20. 20. Final thought You care for the land and water it; You enrich it abundantly. The streams of God are filled with water To provide the people with corn, For so you have ordained it. Psalm 65 v 9 New International Version

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