Here you will find information and announcements taken from recent Pew Sheets.

Christingles….. help required

Please can you help make the Christingles on Saturday 22nd December at 10am in St Peters Hall. Chocolates, mince pies and squash are provided to help with all the hard work. Oh, and tea and coffee for the hardworking parents who must accompany you. Please let me know if you can help. Thank you. Cherry

Gifts for the Homeless

Once again we will be collecting items for the homeless. If you can, and would like to pop something in to the boxes in church we will deliver them before Christmas.
The following will be gratefully received. Hats, Gloves, Scarf’s, Socks, Chocolate or any other small items that you think will be appreciated by those who have so little. 
At this time of giving, let us give to someone we do not know and make a little difference to their lives. 
Many Thanks. Moira

Christmas Flowers

Remember a loved one at Christmas by giving a donation towards Christmas Flowers.
Please place a donation in an envelope at the back of the Church. Please PRINT your loved ones name(s) on the envelope and give to either Cherry or Mavis or a sidesperson. All names will be displayed near the Altar at Christmas. Thank you.

Evensong at Chichester Cathedral

On Friday 30th November at 5.30pm whn prayers will be said for the parishes of Fishbourne and Apuldram. Complimentary tea in the Cloisters Cafe at 4.30pm. Please contact Marion on 01243 785226 fi you would like to go.

Advent Tea

Family fun on the 2nd December between 3.00 and 5.00pm in St Peters Place. Raffle of Auction gifts required. Please leave your contributions on the blue box at the back of the Church or contact Jennie on 01243 532632. Thank you.

Messy Church

Messy Church will meet on Sunday 9th December, 16.30 – 18.00 in St Peter’s Place – Messy Church is for families throughout Fishbourne and the surrounding area who would like to join us for fun activities, crafts, music, praise and a meal. Socialise, relax and learn more about Jesus in a fun way. The theme for December will be “The First Christmas” so just turn up and join in. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult and there is no charge. For more information speak to Moira or one of the Messy Church team, Marion, Jennie Louisa or Caroline on 07787943027

Potter’s Village

The latest news letter is on the table near the Jenny Green board, so do take a look.
Please thank God for
* the good reputation of the Medical Centre for its cleanliness and care.
* the continued good work of the Nutrition Unit in teaching mothers to feed their children well with what they have.
Please pray for
* medical staff willing to volunteer with the project.

We need your talent

Calling all musicians, can you play the organ, piano or some other instrument, or do you know someone who does and would like to help out at our Sunday services. Please speak to Moira on 01243 530198.

Prayer tree:

You are invited to write a prayer on one of the luggage labels on the prayer table and hang it on the prayer tree.  Perhaps it could be a prayer of praise and thanksgiving or may be a prayer of intercession. Thank you.

Coffee after Church:

We have a few gaps on our rota for several Sundays this summer. If you feel you could help out, please let Sue know.

Please support Fishbourne CE Primary with the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme

Please put your token in the relevant slot when you shop at Tesco in Fishbourne.  We are raising funds for play equipment & could raise £4,000 with your help! 
Every little helps!!

Apuldram Extension

The completion of the extension works draws ever closer. Do take a moment to go round the church and have a look.

A Fun Little Fundraiser

Purple Fishbourne Church blue ballpoint pens with an Alpha Soft Touch Stylus for sale. £2 each. Available after the service.
 Proceeds go towards our fundraising for redecoration of our Church.

This month we pray for:

All those starting school this past few weeks.
The Songs of Praise.
For the completion of the extension at Apuldram Church.
For our local councillors as they discuss future proposals for Fishbourne.
Those to be confirmed this month