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Christmas Craft Fayre

On Saturday 1st December from 11am to 3pm at Sandham Hall in Coldwaltham there will be a Christmas Craft Fayre in aid of St Giles’ Church, Coldwaltham. There will be card and gift stalls and home made cakes, jams and chutneys, and refreshments, including drinks and hot chips for sale. If you can make anything

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Our Legacy Policy

Church Legacy A lasting gift to your church We, in the Benefice of the Arun Churches, welcome all gifts in wills, however large or small, and we promise to use your gift to make a difference to our churches. Our Legacy Policy is to use gifts to help fund significant development projects, whether building, equipment

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Services in the Arun Churches Christmas 2018

Saturday 1st Dec 11am – 3pm Christmas Craft Fayre, Sandham Hall, Coldwaltham Sunday 2nd Dec 9.15am Matins (BCP) at St Botolph’s, Hardham 10.30am Holy Communion at St John’s, Bury Friday 7th Dec 5pm Dorset House School Carols in St Nicholas’, Arundel Sunday 9th Dec 8am Holy Communion (BCP) at St John’s, Bury 9.15am Holy Communion

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Messy Church!

Saturday 24th November 11am to 1pm Messy Church at Bury CE School, West Burton Lane, Bury RH20 1HB . There will be lots of activities for people of all ages, a short service followed by lunch, for which there is no charge, but donations to help with the cost will be welcome. (Children under 16

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Data Protection Privacy Notice

This is the Privacy Notice issued by the Arun Churches under the General Data Protection Regulations. It tells you how we will deal with any personal data we hold for you. Personalised-Privacy-Notice.docx

St Giles’ ready for a service

Wedding in St Nicholas’ Houghton

Wedding in St Botolph’s, Hardham

Fifth Sunday

The next Fifth Sunday service will be at St Giles’ church in Coldwaltham at 11am on Sunday 30th September, followed by a shared lunch. All are welcome to the service and to share the lunch.

Reverend Mother celebrating at St Giles

First woman in 617 years with church wardens and Fr Peter