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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Quiet Time with God
Wed, 20 Nov, 2019, 7:30pm @ Hethel Church
Some of us thrive on stillness and silence in solitude; for others the companionable quiet of a meditation group may be more helpful. This newly formed group is an opportunity to explore together, in quietness and simplicity, how we can experience and respond to God as a part of our spiritual journey.
We will be meeting fortnightly from Wednesday 6 November at 7.30 pm for 45 minutes at Hethel Church.
During this time we will have an opening prayer, followed by a short Bible reading. There will then be a period of approximately 20 minutes Quiet Time with God, which may take the form of silent prayer, meditation or simply sitting in quiet reflection in God’s presence.
At the end of this time, there will be an opportunity to share any thoughts, feelings or insights and a short prayer, as well as refreshment. (However if you wish to leave before that’s perfectly fine).
Dates in the autumn term 2019:
Wednesdays: 6, 20 November; 4, 18 December
Contact Cathy for more details -
Book Exchange Flordon
Posted: Mon, 23 Sep, 2019 (2 months ago) by Adrian
It has been some years since the Parish Council kindly bought the phone box for £1, I would say that was a pound well spent. There is always plenty of books to choose from and the stock is changing regularly. Alasdair and I have given the book exchange a coat of paint and tidied the area around the box and it is lovely to see the bench back by the book exchange. We were delighted to see a family eating their packed lunch there at the weekend and browsing through a couple of books. Thank you all for your continued support in bringing books for us all to read, its wonderful.