After school on a Thursday for parents/carers and children.
Twice a month on a Thursday 3.30 - 4.30pm in church. Songs, a story, something to make and do as well as drinks and biscuits and some fellowship together. If a month is too long to wait for the next Messy, why not give it a try?
Next session: 22 Feb
Moricosta String Trio Concert - Mon 19 Feb @ 7-30pm
In support of West End Impact
We're very excited to have this group of accomplished musicians coming to give a concert on Monday 19 Feb at 7-30pm. Individually acclaimed for their solo and chamber music work, the trio met while members of the BBC Philharmonic and discovered a shared love of the string trio repertoire.
The trio are: Lucy Baker (violin), Steve Burnard (viola) and Jessica Burroughs (cello)
They will be performing the following works:
Sibelius Trio in G minor
Schubert Trio in Bb D 581.
Mozart Divertimento in Eb k 563
Admission is free, but there will be a retiring collection to support the work of West End Impact, so please give generously.
Holy and Humorous: an evening with John Bell - Fri 23 Feb
Holy and Humorous is open to all, especially to anyone who believes there is no fun in faith!
Admission £10 (refreshments provided)
All proceeds will go to the Iona Abbey Capital Appeal.
7pm, 23rd February @ St Paul’s Church Scotforth Road, Lancaster, LA1 4ST
Coach Trip to Blackburn – Sat 24 Feb.The choir has ordered a coach to Blackburn to go and sing in the RSCM Festival at the Cathedral. We will depart from Poulton Square at 8.45am after picking up our friends from St Oswald’s Warton. We would love you to join us for a day out!
There will be ample time to wander round the shopping centre, the large indoor market, the Museum and Art Gallery and of course the new Cathedral Quarter, before coming to the Festival Service at 3.30pm We should arrive back between 6 and 6.30pm. Cost will be in the region of £10. Ask Marilyn Prescott for more details.
Please sign up on the list at the back of church if you would like to go.
Poulton Playtime is for pre-schoolers and their grown-ups. It's held on Tuesdays 10-11.30am in term-time in the Memorial Hall.We charge just £1-50 per family, and that covers the session and all drinks and snacks.
Giving Envelopes and Standing Orders
Many of our church members use giving envelopes to help them to give regularly for the ministry of the church. If you currently give by putting cash on the plate or in the one-off white Gift Aid envelopes, you might find it helpful to use envelopes instead. Alternatively, a lot of people now use standing orders to give to church, which is secure and reduces the amount of cash we have to count and bank. In both cases, taxpayers can increase the value of their regular giving by 25% by filling in a single Gift Aid form.
- If you would like to start using weekly giving envelopes, contact Val Vose via the church office email: email@example.com
- If you would like to give by standing order, download a form by clicking here
- If you are a tax payer, and would like to increase the value of your giving by 25%, download a form here.