News for february/Early March 2019
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Popcorn is SS’ new monthly film night for young people of secondary school age. Meeting on the first Sunday of the month 6.30-9pm SS Church foyer. Bring a snack to share. email email@example.com for more information.
Friendly Friday Memory Café
Change of date - Friendly Friday Memory Café – at SS Centre on the first Friday every monthstarting on Friday 3rd May. Please see Mary-Jane King or Mike Renton (or clergy) for details.
Dementia Friends' Information Session
Please scroll down to see below a poster about the Dementia Friends' Information Session that is being held in the foyer at St Stephen's on Wednesday April 3rd from 7-8pm. St Stephen’s is a member of Bath Dementia Action Alliance and has joined their community-wide action to create a 'Dementia friendly' Bath. This is the second Dementia Friends' Information Session that we have hosted as part of our efforts for St Stephen's to become a 'Dementia friendly ' church and we'd like to encourage every one to attend this event. It is open to the wider community too.
BANES CAFE is a new ecumenical group to bring a Christian perspective on the environmental issues we face. Thursday 28 February @ 7.30p.m. Nexus Methodist at Claremont, Eastbourne Avenue, Bath BA1 6EN
Next meeting Monday 13 May at Chewton Keynsham Church. Further Information from Rev Ian Souter 01761 433251 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate Change Meeting
Climate Change is even bigger than Brexit. FACE is a group of parents in St Stephen’s School seeking to raise awareness and encourage changes towards carbon neutral communities and homes. We are welcome to share this vision - more information: Philip
World Day of Prayer
World Day of Prayer, Friday 1st March, 2pm at St Saviour’s Larkhall. All Welcome, refreshments provided. For more information please see Pam Cavallini or visit www.wwdp.org.uk..
Special Garden Event
The Gardeners are planning a special Garden event on the afternoon of Mon 6th May in and around SS Church garden and church foyer - and invite groups to showcase activities. Di Ashby email@example.com; Christian Duckworth firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bath Half Marathon for Bath Welcomes Refugees.
Sophia will run her first Half Marathon on 17th March and hopes to raise money for the volunteer-run organisation: Bath Welcomes Refugees, www.bathwelcomesrefugees.org.uk.
Sophia’s Localgiving page: https://localgiving.org/bath-half-marathon-2019-1547850406. cta-banner