Friends of Flordon Church

Supporting the spiritual, historic and community purposes of Flordon Church

St Michael & All Angels church boasts Saxon origins, medieval additions and Victorian refurbishments. Through significant fund raising over the years the church has been transformed into a building to be accessible by all villagers whether for spiritual, historic or community purposes.   

In order for St Michael’s to continue to be of use to all villagers we feel it needs a Friends Group to support its current and future existence

There are several roles that may interest you such as helping with fundraising events or contributing financially on a regular basis.

If you have any ideas or experience in how this group could achieve its own goal of supporting St Michael & All Angels Church then we would be very pleased to hear from you.

Contact us to get involved or find out more by clicking here.

 

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4th Sunday @ 4 Pet Service

Join us at Hethel Church on Sunday 28th July for our 4th Sunday @ 4 family focussed Pet Service! Our service will be led by Andrew who is hoping to arrive on four legs, rather than two!

During our 40min interactive service, we will join together and explore how God loves all animals. Well behaved pets of all shapes and sizes are welcome to attend the service and there will be the opportunity for your pet to recieve God's blessing. If you can't bring a pet with you, why not bring a picture of your favourite instead.

Refreshments will be served at the end of the service. Everyone is welcome!

 
Contact Andrew for more details - 01508 500343
 

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Messy Church - Easter 2019

Messy Church met again on Maundy Thursday at Mulbarton Primary School.

We were exploring the  theme:  Why do bad things happen to people, and how can I help?

We used the Easter Story to do this having another set of very creative crafts:  donkey making; a collage of the tomb and crosses; sowing a seed and making a palm (handshape/leaf) to put in the pot until the seed germinates.  We also had a sensory table with opportunities for children to talk about things that worried or concerned them and Carl Bradley from CB Drama did some work with the children acting out different emotions.

A group of children and some adults then prepared to act out the story with costumes as two readers narrated the story, which Adrian then talked about in relation to the theme, before a song, prayer and lunch together.  It was as always the creativity and hard work of a big team of people, so thank you to all those who took part.

We were able to welcome some new faces as well as welcome back those who have been with us from the beginning.

 

 

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