APCMs in the Ness Group

The Annual Parochial Church Meetings will be held 

on the following dates:

Langtoft:  1pm in Church  on the 15th May

Baston: 7.30pm in Church with wine and snacks  on the 15th May

Monday’s in May – Warm Welcome – 2pm – 4pm

St John the Baptist Church, Baston will be open for their weekly ‘Warm Welcome’ afternoon.  They will be providing a warm space where you can enjoy a hot drink and a warm welcome.  You may want to chat, read a book or even spend an hour before you pick up a young person from school.  Please check the days in May as there are Bank Holiday Monday’s to consider.

Monday 8th May – 7.30pm – Monthly Prayer Meeting

There will be a Monthly Prayer meeting at the home of Patsy and Peter Moore: 79 Northorpe, Thurlby.  Please note the change of date as the first Monday in May is a Bank Holiday.

Sunday 14th May – 2pm – 4pm – Refresh Café

St Firmin Church, Thurlby will be holding their Refresh Café in the church.  Cuppa, cake, chat, relax, crafts to see, try, buy plus locally reared ported for sale.  Free event – all welcome.

Mothers’ Union

Tuesday 16th May –  2.15pm

The Mothers’ Union will be holding their monthly meeting.  Speaker: Mary-Ann Creedy ‘Caring For God’s Acre – the rewilding of Thurlby Churchyard’.  Venue: if the weather is fine we will meet in the church; if it’s wet or cold we will meet in the Church Hall.  We welcome anyone who would like to join us for what should be a very interesting afternoon.   For more information about the work of Mothers’ Union please ring Patsy on 423505.

Saturday 20th May – 10am – 1pm – Cake & Bacon Butty

St Michael’s Church, Langtoft will be holding their monthly homemade cake and Bacon butty morning in church. Lucky Dip table. books , jigsaw, bric a brac. All welcome to attend.

Sunday 21st May – 3pm – Deanery Service

You are all invited to attend the Deanery Service which will be held in

St Mary’s Church, Cowbit.

Sunday 28th May – 2pm to 5pm

St Firmin Church, Thurlby will be holding their very popular Repair Café in the Church Hall.  A meeting place to come and repair all of your broken items, seek professional advice and get inspiration and it is completely FREE.  So bring along something to repair or just come and enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of delicious cake.  For more information please ring Mary Trumble on 01778 423500.