Berwick St James
Fisherton de la Mere
Sunday 23rd September Trinity 17
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AUTUMN SERVICE AT GLENSIDE
Lower Wylye and Till Valley Parish Magazine
Please visit this page for prayers for daily use during the Season of Creation, the Benefice Daily Prayer Grid for September and the CW Lectionary for September to December 2018. These PDF documents may be downloaded and printed out.
There are also links to other websites which support personal daily prayer and Bible reading.
Warming up Wiltshire!
Do you struggle to keep your home warm or worry how you will afford your energy bills this winter?
Contact Warm & Safe Wiltshire for free, impartial advice about keeping your home warm, using your heating system, understanding your energy bills and making energy saving improvements as well as registering for the Priority Services Register. Advice can be given through home visits as well as over the phone. Fire safety alarm and appliance checks can also be organised in partnership with Fire and Rescue for eligible residents.
If you, or someone you know, would benefit from speaking to a trained energy advisor, then get in touch. Call 0800 038 5722 .email firstname.lastname@example.org
Warm and Safe Wiltshire is a service provided by Swindon Borough Council and Wiltshire Council in partnership with the Centre for Sustainable Energy and Dorset and Wiltshire Fire Service.
Wylye and Till Valley
Please Pray for Homeless Sunday
What is Homeless Sunday?
The purpose of Homeless Sunday is threefold:
• showing our concern for individuals affected by homelessness,
• challenging the conditions that create it, and,
• celebrating work that tackles the problem
Homeless Sunday brings together thousands of churches. It has the support of all the main denominations and is celebrated in a wide range of congregations. Homeless Sunday is a chance for Churches and Christian groups from across the country join together to pray, reflect and plan practical action on homelessness, but also for a united Christian voice to offer solidarity and be a prophetic voice for change.
Who are Alabaré?
We are a charity that supports vulnerable, homeless and marginalised people. We help them transform their lives, providing accommodation and helping them gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to live a fulfilled life.
Our reception team are available from 9am to 5pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and from 9am to 1pm on Tuesday and Friday -
W.I. Walk June 2018 and
WI Meeting Report
Daphne’s Tea Party
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