Irene Chambers, Sheila Bland and Richard Keeler attended an awards evening in Chelmsford this week where our luncheon club won the Volunteer Team category in the ‘Who Will Care’ Awards.
All we need now is a really sunny day as our planned picnic to celebrate the Queen’s birthday on our newly laid turf is now sold out! We are very sorry if you have left it too late to purchase a ticket for this event. Keep your eyes on our website and Facebook pages though
Plans are coming along for this years Holiday Bible Club for children aged 5 to 11 (they must have already started school). The title for the week is ‘The King of the Jungle’! More about this please click here: Holiday Bible Club 2016
Great news! The community initiative to give Thundersley a Spring clean has had a boost of £200 thanks to Shaun, the organiser, who nominated the community project. This is what the Police Mutual team said: ‘Thank you for taking the time to make a Force for Good nomination and we wish Thundersley Big Tidy Up
Simon Foster will be our guest speaker on Sunday 12th June at all three services – 9.00am, 11.00am and 6.30pm. Please come and celebrate with us and hear Simon speak.
Come along on Saturday 23rd April from 2.00pm to 4.00pm to litter pick our local area and make a difference! Everyone welcome – litter bags provided.
A chance for mums, daughters, aunts and nieces, grandmothers and granddaughters to come together to do some of the things they love and try things they may learn to love! Workshops and lunch – running from 10.00am to 3.00pm. £7.50 per person. Come and pick up a leaflet and book soon – LIMITED SPACES.
This week we have heard that the church has been given the Child Friendly Church Award from the Congregational Federation. This was there evaluation: The Beacon – Thundersley Congregational Church reaches out to its community. It is a welcoming place for children, young people and adults, with a fellowship striving to serve the Lord and meet
An Evening with Tom Elliott – comedian, illusionist, entertainer Part of the Noise Arts Festival ‘Such fun’ MIRANDA HART, TV COMEDY PERSONALITY ‘Brilliant humour, briliant tricks, go see him!’ ADRIAN PLASS, BEST SELLING AUTHOR AND SPEAKER Don’t miss out on this fantastic evening of entertainment for the whole family, fuelled with free refreshments, the evening
Wednesday 10th February – 7.30pm Come and along and enjoy pitting your wits in a quiz team of up to ten all in a good cause. Tickets are £6.00 from the church office and all proceeds will go towards the Barnabas Project. There will be light refreshments available or you can bring your own (soft)