News of events happening around our local area, and further afield
Page updated: 18th September 2021
Report from Weymouth Beach Mission 2021
Thank you for letting us stay in the Baptist Church while we aimed to reach out to the holiday makers on the beach. We had a very encouraging week, better than we have had for a number of years. The glorious weather we had certainly helped but we felt the Lord's presence throughout. I have attached the report we have put together for your interest and encouragement.
Weymouth World Café
World Café will be restarting from 30th September on Thursdays from 10.30-12 noon in St Aldhelm's Church front lounge, Spa Rd.
Please pass this information on to anyone you know who would like to meet up with others who were born outside of the UK and of any faith or none.
Volunteers are welcome any week - there is no rota. The principle requirement is a willingness to chat and consume coffee and tea!
If you would like more information or want to volunteer please contact Jane.
The Great Big Green Week will be running from Saturday 18th - Sunday 26th September 2021 and is a national week of events celebrating action on climate change. Events are being organised locally to show what people in Dorchester, Weymouth, Chickerell and Portland are doing to improve their local communities and local environment. Lots more information can be found on the website.
The Nest Community Shop is being given the wonderful opportunity of opening a café at The Waverley in the heart of Westham.
We are looking for volunteers who would relish the chance to use their gifts of cooking, baking, serving, chatting or helping in any way to make this a successful venture.
If you think you could help and contribute then please contact Neil Hardisty for more details. We look forward to hearing from you
Just for this month Refresh Praise will be slightly different. We are joining with God's Green Fingers, a church led project at Tumbledown Farm, and The Big Green Week at St Aldhelm's Church Centre for a family celebration of harvest. The afternoon will begin with a time of family worship at 3pm to give thanks for God's goodness and all the gifts that he gives us.
This will be followed by games and activities and a market stall where you can bring excess produce that you have grown and bags and baskets will be made up so that members of the community, neighbours and those we know can be blessed. Drinks will be provided but if you would like to join in with a picnic, please bring your own
This will go ahead even if it's raining!