Wadhurst Parish Church

Sunday,November 3rd Sunday, November 10th
Holy Communion (BCP)
8:00am – 9:00am
Holy Communion (BCP)
8:00am – 9:00am
All Age Worship
10:00am – 11:00am
Remembrance Service
10:45am – 11:45am
Remembering Loved Ones
6:30pm
The 5ive, Tidebrook
Teas from 4:30pm

Sunday, November 17th Sunday, November 24th
Holy Communion (BCP)
8:00am – 9:00am
Holy Communion (BCP)
8:00am – 9:00am
Service of the Word
10:00am – 11:00am
Holy Communion
10:00am – 11:00am

Remembering Loved Ones

The ‘Remembering Loved Ones’ service, which will take place on Sunday 3rd November at 6.30 pm in St Peter & St Paul, gives those who have lost a loved one, whether recently or long ago, the opportunity to remember them with thanksgiving and prayer.  This service is always much appreciated by those who come.

The service will include the opportunity to light a candle in memory of the one who is being remembered.  The names of those being remembered will also be read out, if those attending wish. Names may be given at the church door on arriving for the service.

Remembrance Sunday – 10th November

Services for Remembrance Sunday will take place in our 3 churches at 10.45am on 10th November.

In Wadhurst this will be preceded by a service at the War Memorial at 10.15am

Churches Together in Wadhurst

There will be a meeting on Sunday November 24th in St Peter & St Paul when we will welcome two speakers, Hennie Nijman from Open Doors and Patricia Hatton from  the catholic agency Aid to the Church in Need,  who will focus our attention on what is becoming an ever more serious issue – the persecution of Christians in many countries. Do come and hear what is being done to meet this challenge and discover what we here in Wadhurst can do to support our Christian brothers and sisters who do not enjoy the freedom which is ours here in this country. 4pm for tea.

Guest Breakfast

Our final event this year will be on Saturday 30 November at Dale Hill Hotel and Golf Club and will be open to both men and women. The speaker will be Bernard Palmer who will address the topic Has Science killed God?

Bernard’s  career has included research in tumour immunology at the Institute of Cancer Research, the writing of many medical papers and, as a general surgeon, having major interests in Surgical Oncology and Gastrointestinal Surgery.

He became a convinced Christian while reading Natural Sciences at Cambridge and has been an evangelistic Bible teacher since. Active in the Christian Medical Fellowship and one of their Trustees, Bernard is the author of ‘Cure for Life’ which was originally written for his patients to try to answer their questions about the purpose of life but has since found a world-wide niche. He was asked to help found Christchurch, Baldock where he regularly teaches and has written widely on the evidence for Christian faith and what being a Christian means. He is also a visiting Scholar for ‘Reasons to Believe’ in Los Angeles.

The event starts at 8.30am and if you are planning to come, please sign up by Sunday 24 November or email John Bateup at jbbnomanswood@gmail.com or call him on 01892 782307. The cost will be £12 per person.

Advent Carol Service

Sunday December 1st 6.30 pm in St Peter & St Paul. A joyful start to Advent when Christians in Wadhurst join together in a service of music and readings appropriate to this happy season.

Mince pies and mulled wine to follow! Come and enjoy.