New Harvest 2021

Harvest Thanksgiving
We will have a Harvest Thanksgiving this year on 26th September. Donated items will again be given to Nailsea Foodbank. The standard list of items that the Foodbank would appreciate can be found by clicking here. If you would like a paper copy of this list, or would prefer to donate money to the Foodbank, please ask Sarah or Hazel.

If you would prefer to bring fresh fruit/vegetables, please remember that they will not be distributed until the following Friday, so will need to keep well enough to still be fresh then.

New A nugget from Edwin

Edwin Buwule
Edwin has sent us a short video, which draws on his wallet for inspiration.

To view it, click here.

New Nailsea School CU

Nailsea School Christian Union meets on a Wednesday lunchtime in room 139. It is an opportunity for students with a Christian faith or those with questions to meet together on a lunch time with added doughnuts!

Nailsea School CU

New How to pray

how to pray
In the service on 12th September, Julian Marsh referred to 'How to pray' by Pete Grieg, and also The Prayer Course which is an eight week course on the subject of prayer, which covers the main themes of the book.

For more info/to buy, click here (other retailers are available).

New Evangelism Summit

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association has an Evangelism Summit in Newport on 19th October. For more information, and to book a place, click here.

New 'Ignite' magazine

Counties
The latest edition of Counties' "Ignite" is out. To read it, click here.

Do you have any spare empty egg boxes?

Egg boxes for the Foodbank
Nailsea Foodbank, which operates out of the church, currently provides fresh eggs for its clients. It is much more economical to buy the eggs without boxes. To do this they need a supply of empty egg boxes (ideally boxes for 6 eggs). If you have any that you can spare, they would love to have them. They can be left in the green box in the Lower Hall, together with any food donations.

Muriel Smith

Muriel Smith
Muriel’s Thanksgiving Service took place at 11:00am on Thursday 9th September at the church.

The service was live-streamed and recorded, and this can be accessed on our YouTube Channel by clicking here.
The Order of Service can be accessed by clicking here.

If you would like to leave a comment, upload a photograph or make a donation in Muriel's memory, please go to her tribute website.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Return to the church building
At the moment, the church building is gradually starting to open up to more activities. While in the building, please sanitise your hands, log your arrival and continue to practise social distancing. You are free to wear or not wear a face covering, as you prefer.

If you are not able to join us in person just yet, Sunday services are still being live-streamed and recorded.