SKITS AND SPUDS.
On Saturday 30th November at 6.30
A fun social
A chance to reflect away from your busy preparation,
December mondays at 2 pm.
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An Exhibition of 100 Nativity sets from around the World.
Tuesday 10th to Saturday 14th December
10am to 4pm
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Memories Carol Service
For those who have lost a loved one at any time
Wednesday 18th December at 12 noon
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Good Junior Church Service which involved Brownies and Guidesas well. The story of Christmas was told with a twist. The children told the story and the adults ‘acted’.
The three kings see a star
What child is this?
Sheep Trail in Kenilworth
1st to 17th December 2016
Find the Sheep
Chirdren we need you. The shepherd wants to visit baby Jesus but need your help to find his lost sheep.
The sheep are hiding in shop windows. Follow the map and find the names of the sheep.
Entry forms and details from King’s Table or the Library OR download the forms here.
Coffee Pot In The Garden July 2016
It was a lovely morning and as well as enjoying ourselves eating cakes and drinking coffee we raised £ 130 for the Leamington Night Shelter.
Bob at the organ
A special service was held on Sunday 20th September
Bob cuts the cake
to celebratethe long service Bob Watson has given to Abbey Hill as Organist. Stories were told about Bob and members of the congregation told of what they were doing 50 years ago when Bob started as Organist. After the service during coffee a special cake was produced for all to enjoy
Visitors enjoy their free cream tea on our community Day when we invited all to view the new doors, see the church and enjoy a cream tea. This was very well attended.
The congregation were invited to move outside the church for the dedication of the new doors. The Minister, Mhari McLintock and George Jones led the service.
Peter Muckersie cut the ribbon supervised by John McKenzie
Abbey Hill hosted a coffee morning to raise funds for the Flower Festival in October on Saturday 1st March.
It was very well attended and the cake and raffle stalls were kept very busy.
The amount raised was £331.
Churches Together in Kenilworth thought that it would be good if the Christmas story was told at the lights switch on ceremonies in Kenilworth. There was much to compete ahgainst with fair rides, food stalls and much loud music bit an audience did gather especially in high Street when many children watched.
The shepherds and angels are ready for action
Ready for visitors
The angels and shepherds arrive
It was a cold evening so they drew closer together.
(There are 5 ladies from Abbey Hill in this photo)
The wise men have joined them rather earlier than the story suggests!
Junior Church with some help from the Brownies and Guides told a story showing how the Manger can be pushed out of sight at Christmas.
‘DON’T MOVE THE MANGER’
The Manger is at the front until the Christmas decorations are brought in .
To make room the manger is moved back out of the way.
Here comes the Christmas shopping!
To make room the manger is moved further back.
Where is the manger? Out of sight!
The brownies read the Christmas story showing why the manger is important.
The Guides led Christmas prayers.
The manger is returned to the front.
Please don’t move the manger this Christmas.