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Information on the coming Sunday's service is below.
Sunday 2nd October at 10am
led by Rev Louise Vincer
with music led by our choir & organist
This Sunday we have a service to celebrate Harvest Festival - everybody is welcome to join us as we thank God for His generous provision for us. To find out what to expect watch this short video by Rev Louise in which she tells you all about it.
We will also be remembering those less fortunate than ourselves as we follow the tradition of recent years by receiving offerings to be made available to those in our community who are unable to afford the food they need for their families. Please bring a generous offering of non perishable food or ready meals that will be donated to Chartham's Village Pantry which is in our Village Hall and is managed by the Chartham branch of Canterbury's City Church. The items that are most helpful to people in need are:
Tinned meat products such as, stews, curries, chillies, pies, ham, spam, corned beef, etc.
Tinned vegetables including potatoes
Jars of sauces
Tea, Coffee, sugar
Long-life milk and juice
Spreads - jams, peanut butter, Marmite
Follow this link for the Order of service
When available this Sunday's notice sheet will be posted here: Notice sheet
We will be taking up a collection in the normal way during the service, but you can still use the option to make your weekly offering or one-off donations online here: Online donations.
If you are in the church you can also use our contactless card reader for a cashless donation.
A video recording of the sermon as well as one of the full service is usually available later on Sunday on this website under the "Resources" tab or by following this link: Sermons
To connect to our service remotely:
If you haven't used Zoom before: simply follow this link (Download Zoom) to download the application and choose the one most suitable for your device.
Connect by phone using any one of these numbers:
(NB. your standard call charges will apply)
We are now encouraged to take responsibility for managing our own risk and the risk that we may be to those around us.
Please remember that there are people in our congregation who are more vulnerable to infection and try to respect their need to avoid close contact.
An individual's greater vulnerability may not be apparent, so please treat everybody with equal care and respect.
Please use the hand sanitiser provided.
Please continue to maintain sensible social distancing.
Wearing a mask is discretionary.
Communion is now offered at the altar rail
We are now taking up a collection during the service.
Refreshments will be available after the service.
If you have any questions about our services please email Cathy Arnold (churchwarden) at email@example.com