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News from the Vicarage - February 2013

The Christmas and Epiphany season finishes with Candlemas (The Presentation of Christ in the Temple) forty days after his birth when Christ is presented in the temple to do for him what was prescribed under the Law and there two old people Simeon and Anna see that the baby Jesus is the Saviour of the world.

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News from the Vicarage - January 2013

While the secular year begins with the new year on 1st January (for us the Naming and Circumcision of Jesus) the Christian year begins with Advent, which means coming, when we eagerly await the coming of Jesus, predicted by the prophets and his Second Coming as Lord and King. We light a candle in the Advent wreath for each Sunday and Christmas Day. The Christian year follows the pattern of Jesus' life.

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News from the Vicarage - December 2012

We start December on Saturday 1st with our Festive Coffee Morning and Christmas Raffle Draw from 10am at the Town Hall. Please join us for coffee and mulled wine and more.

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News from the Vicarage - November 2012

The Growth Visit by the Archdeacon of Salop, Diocesan Mission Advisor and others went well. They were appreciative of all that we do and came up with some ideas of their own to grow our church which the PCC will be looking into.

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News from the Vicarage - October 2012

We start this month of October with Harvest. We have our Harvest Supper, which is always a great occasion, on Friday 5th October. On Sunday 7th October is our Harvest Festival at 10.15 am. Decorations and gifts for Harvest would be much appreciated. The food and produce will go to the Food Bank at Oswestry for the needy, and the personal gifts will go to the residents of Ellesmere House.

Read more: News from the Vicarage - October 2012