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We are now back worshipping in the Chapel meeting every Sunday at 6-30 p.m however we will also be continuing to 'live Zoom' our Services for those that cannot make it to chapel in person.  Log-in is from 6-15 p.m the ID is 410 783 0582 and the password is Fay

Our "Soup&Cakes@1" was well attended and enjoyed by all.  We had an amusing talk from Melvyn Nolan entitled "Life as a headmaster" and as you can imagine Melvyn had lots of tales to relate to us.  The sun shone through the patio doors at the Sports Pavilion, and it was just like mid-summer.  As usual I forgot to take any photographs, sorry!

Harvest Festival

As usual the chapel was full, and we all enjoyed much missed fellowship over tea.  The pictures show some of the lovely flower arrangements and the buffet.  The gentleman entering the chapel is the new Priest in Charge of Ashburnham and Penhurst the Revd. Gary Cregeen

The Service was led by Revd. Brian Bowyer and we had some hymns played by the newly formed "Chapel Trio".  They are Fay on the organ, Judith on the piano and Keith on the keyboard on which he changed the sounds from an orchestra to a vibraphone according to the hymns we were playing.

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Our Carol Service

Our Carol Service was held on the 5th of December and we had a wonderful time with our newly formed band which on the day had grown from a Trio into a Quartett we didn't have anything like our normal congregation owing to the new Covid variant, but we did have quite a few join us on Zoom.  Those that came in person had a feast of mince pies which for many were the first of the Christmas.  As usual I forgot to take any photographs, but we did decorate the Chapel to our usual high standard.  I must delegate the photography at our events to a keen photographer if we have one!

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

Our Service was led by Rhod Jones in person in the Chapel and it was live on Zoom. Many attended this Service when we remembered not just those lost in the 2 wars but also those lost recently to Covid.