Thornhill Parish Church

Serving the local community

Notice sheet with information for Lent and Easter services and events is now available to view on our Calendar & Pew sheet page
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Introduction to Leading Your Church into Growth

Saturday 20th February At Thornhill Parish Church

9.30 meet for Coffee, session runs 10.00 – 3.00

With guest speaker Revd John Marsh from the National LYCiG Team.

This day is for all Church Members especially PCC Members in our Benefice who want to see these churches grow in numbers and spiritually. Put the date in your diary 

Sunday 6th February at 930a.m. is Family Praise and after the service there will be a sale of cakes for the Leprosy Mission. Please bake cakes and bring them if you are able. Please come and buy if not. You may bring Leprosy boxes back too.
SEE you Sunday at this Family Praise service.

Organ restoration- work is going on apace and for the first time on Friday 29th January sounds came out of it- mening all the state of the art electronics, which help us play the instrument were installed and working.It will be finished in time for Easter.  Photographs are available on the Facebook page

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 )The opening recital is on the 21st May 2016 at 7.30 and will be given by one of Britains top organists Dr Gordon Stewart- watch out for more details.

Change of Date - the new date for the Summer Fair this year is June 11th which coincides with Natonal Celebrations for the Queen's 90th Birthday  so the theme will be on that topic.
Planning meeting is February 29th at 7.30 at the Rectory.



The Mystery of Everything

Our 2016 Lent Course is starting soon, launching with a film night on Sunday 7th February at 6pm.

The course continues on every Sunday through Lent from 6-7.30pm
Further details can be found on the poster here


Children's Activity this morning 9th January 2016- more images on our Facebook page.Childrens activityEpiphany 2
As we are all aware, many local communities have been affected by flooding. See here for a message from Bishop Jonathan about the flooding and the response from communities coming together to help each other

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The police have had a complaint regarding visitors to the Church parking on COMBS ROAD and blocking a driveway.  This happens during the evenings as well as Sunday mornings. The vehicles appear to be parking on double yellows, and some have disabled badges. Please could we all park responsibly.  The police are monitoring the situation. 
Thank you for your co-operation. Rev Sue 


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