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Recent Events at Christ Church

Jams for Justice

‘Jams for Justice’ is back!

CCNM will be selling jars of jam, pickle and chutney at an anti-trafficking event in Morden on 27th November, in order to raise money for ‘Hope for Justice’, and their campaign to end human trafficking here in the UK. Please speak to Sarah Parker or Stephen Kuhrt if you can help.

Mum’s the Word

‘Mum’s the Word’

An evening of ‘encouragement, insight and inspiration’ for mums run by Care for the Family, comes to Croydon on Thursday 15th October. A group from CCNM are going together – if you’d like to join them, contact Katie Kuhrt. (Tickets are £6).

Becky Mills Licensing

Becky Mills Licensing

Becky Mills is being licenced as a Lay Reader at Southwark Cathedral on Monday 12th October. The service begins at 7:30pm – arrive early to get a seat. Refreshments will be served afterwards at Trinity House. If you would like to travel with a group from CCNM, meet at New Malden station at 6pm.

Tearfund Big Bake

Tearfund Big Bake

A big ‘thank you’ to all who baked, bought and donated in support of the Tearfund Big Bake Sale. We managed to raise £200 for the No Child Taken Campaign!

‘My Mind is Free

My Mind is Free

‘My Mind is Free’, a play exploring the experiences of victims of modern day slavery, is being performed at New Malden Baptist Church on Saturday 10th October, starting at 7:30pm. Tickets are available for £5 from www.mymindisfree.com.

Harvest Sunday

Harvest Sunday

We’ll be celebrating Harvest Sunday on 4th October with a 10am United Service followed by a ‘bring & share’ lunch. 

Calaid

Calaid

CalAid is a community group seeking to help those currently living in the camp known as ‘Jungle 2’ in Calais. These refugees are in desperate need of tents and tarpaulins, sleeping bags & blankets, shoes (particularly sizes 7-12), warm socks, jackets (sizes S & M), woolly hats, adult sized jeans & tracksuit bottoms, travelling bags & rucksacks, candles, and pots & pans for cooking. Nathan & Anna Larkin are collecting donations. If you are able to help, please bring items to church after the 9:30 or 6:30 services, or contact Anna Larkin if you would prefer for things to be collected from your home through the week. Visit www.calaid.co.uk for more information.

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