All services at 11am unless stated otherwise.  


November services

5th:   Congregation led Communion service followed by Church meeting

12th:  Remembrance Day – service led by Rev.Sue Rendall begins at the War Memorial at 10.45am followed by coffee in the hall.

19th:10 am – 4pm  Reflections and interactive displays on the theme of Evergreen. Open church as part of the Hearth Winter Fair. Also on Saturday 18th.

25th : TBA



  Tuesdays from 9.30am - 10.30am Prayer Time

If you have a prayer request please let us know by phone or email or leaving it in the church.


Events

Saturday November 11th. 10.00 for 10.30 am

Quiet morning looking at the life and poems of Rev. Studdert-Kennedy        ( Woodbine Willie) who served as an army chaplain in World War 1.

He was given the nickname Woodbine Willie for his habit of distributing cigarettes to soldiers. He was loved and respected by the men for his bravery under fire.


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Saturday, November 18th and Sunday 19th

Throughout the Art Fair weekend Horsley Village Church
will be welcoming people and offering creative possibilities. 

Highlights include Elizabeth Bramwell's evergreen arrangements to inspire you and a concert at 2.15pm each day featuring 13 year old singer Annie Robson in 'Rebels, ripples and pebbles.' 

This year our theme is 'Ever old and ever new' and how the coming of Jesus is for all times and places.

Thoughtful ways of extending comfort and joy will be on offer - making gifts, stirring a communal Christmas cake, ideas for bringing warmth to homeless people are just a few examples.

There will also be the launch of a community proggy prayer mat project involving lots of up cycling.

At 11am on Sunday church members and all visitors are invited to share in a short Iona house blessing service 

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 November 22 and 23 Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child


Horsley Village Church will act as a reception and checking centre for shoeboxes on these two days. For more information contact Hazel Holliday 01661 853919















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