St Mark’s church news for February 2021.
I suppose this should begin with ‘A Happy New Year to all our readers’! I think we have all been saying ‘Well it couldn’t be worse!’
As I write, 3 of the new vaccines have been approved for use in the UK, and the Buxted surgery has just started calling the over 70s for vaccination. Let us pray this will indeed be the beginning of a Happy New Year for us all. So sadly we are presently in the process of a 3rd lockdown, and that has meant some big decisions needing to be made for our Parish of Buxted and Hadlow Down.
Continue reading “St Mark’s Church News for February 2021.”
Please be aware that all St. Mark’s Church Services within the Church and in the Churchyard have been cancelled until further notice. This includes the Christmas Eve Crib Service and the Christmas Morning Service.
Please inform anyone you know who doesn’t normally view the Village Web Site and is liable to turn up to those services that are all now cancelled.
The church will still be open for quiet private prayer.
A Presentation given by Michael L Ford, late Churchwarden, The Parish Church of St Mark the Evangelist, Hadlow Down on 22nd March 2014 based on the original talk given during the celebrations of the Centenary of the Consecration of the present church on 25th October 2013.
Click on this link to view or download
The History and life of St. Mark’s
We are delighted that Sussex Coffee Trucks will be joining us: 3rd to 6th December and 10th to 13th December, serving artisan coffee, hot chocolate and treats! Weekends are looking very busy as always and we have a booking system in place to ease crowds, but Hadlow Downers are very welcome any time (especially if you are coming on foot)!
Why not come on a Thursday or Friday for a Latte & chat once lock-down has lifted?
We also have decorations and gifts made by local artists and members for sale from The Hatch and courtyard stall. Oh, and Christmas Trees – we have quite a lot of those for sale too!
Click on link to go to Book Club pages and reviews:
‘Gilead’ by Marilyn Robinson – Book Club Review
All collection dates will be on our website and we will be sending out calendars to anybody who requests a hard copy
If you need any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
We would appreciate any assistance you are able to give to help spread the word and keep residents informed.
Julie Goodwin | Waste Management Officer
Waste Management, Wealden District Council
01323 443322 |
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