• Fellowship Christmas Lunch 01
  • Fellowship Christmas Lunch 02

Fellowship at St Mary Magdalene

The St Mary Magdalene’s Fellowship group meets on the third Wednesday of each month, with the exception of August. We meet in the Church Hall from 2:00 pm and have a wide variety of speakers, followed by tea with cake and lots of chat. There is no membership fee and we don’t mind if you are not a regular member of the church, all are welcome. There are two exceptions about the meeting time, in July and December we meet for lunch at a local venue. The time may be different on these dates but the fellowship is just the same. Please feel free to just turn up, or speak to Maureen (Mo) Lunn.
Fellowship meetings for 2018
January 17We look forward to learning more about our Oak Hill student, Ross
February 21Mr Alan Goldring will be telling us about the work of MAF Flying for Life
March 21We welcome our friend David Nash to give us a presentation “Lord, I believe; but help my unbelief”. Poems about believing in God in difficult times.
April 18We will be treated to a talk from a local Bee Keeper.
May 16Jessica Giles will be sharing her work in the field of ‘Religious Freedom’ and how we might support her.
June 20Jackie Fish will be with us.
July 18Picnic Lunch
AugustNo meeting
September 19Still TBA (hopefully Catherine).
October 17Fellowship 'Songs of Praise'
November 21TBA.
December 19We will be celebrating with our usual Christmas Lunch at a venue to be confirmed.
Visiting speaker

From the Parish Magazine...

During a recent Fellowship meeting we enjoyed a talk about a wonderful charity known as MAF Flying for Life. In the remotest parts of the world, in the most devastated areas, MAF, using light aircraft, are there to transport people, medical equipment, and freight wherever it is needed. This is an inspirational organisation that began in 1950 and has partnered many other charities across the world, from Australia to The Caribbean and Mongolia to date. The light aircraft are able to take off and land where roads are impassable or larger planes simply cannot. The talk was delivered with passion by a local man who has responsibility for the whole of the South of England.

We have also been treated to a talk from a local Bee Keeper.

Kind regards to all from Mo