Churches Together E-Newsletter
Frensham Baptist Fellowship Closes
Sadly, after 30 years of meeting in and serving the village and community of Frensham, FBF will be closing their doors at the Marindin Hall on Sunday 21st July 2019.
FBF began on 12th February 1989, initially meeting at the Church of the Good Shepherd, before moving to the Marindin Hall on 13th January 1991. They express their “gratitude to all who have contributed to the life of FBF and the blessing they have felt from so many who have passed through on life’s journey”.
Churches Together in Farnham’s
Churches Together in Farnham
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
As in previous years, Churches Together in Farnham marked the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity by daily prayers during the week, with a Service of Christian Unity on Sunday 20th January 2019.
UNITED SERVICE ON SUNDAY 20TH JANUARY 2019
The service was led by the vicar of St.Thomas, Revd.John Morris, assisted by Bob and Margaret Skinner from Weybourne Community Church, Beth Davenport from the Spire Church, Revd.Hannah Moore of Badshot Lea and Hale, and Michael McDonnell from the Catholic Church of St Joan. The service material originated from the churches of Indonesia and the theme of the service was Justice.
A collection was taken to support Wycliffe Bible Translators; the service was followed by networking between members of different churches over a fine array of refreshments.
DAILY MORNING PRAYER MEETINGS 18th-25th JANUARY
Christmas Day 2018
CTF Annual General Meeting
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CTF Directory - June 2019 edition
The Churches Together in Farnham directory provides contact information for CTF Officers, Member Churches and Associated Organisations. Download HERE for local printing (PDF format; file size 37,564) or find out more on the “CTF Directory” page.
In Memoriam ...
Churches Together in Farnham record with sadness the death of dedicated and committed Christians who have played important roles in our support.
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