UPDATED 30th September
Sunday Services THIS WEEKEND:
9.30am Hormead, HOLY COMMUNION AND BAPTISM.
11.15 am, Wyddial, HAREVST FESTIVAL
3.00pm Anstey Harvest Community Tea at the village hall, followed by Harvest Festival Service at 5pm in St George's church.
9.30am Meesden, Holy Communion
11.00am Great Hormead, HARVEST FESTIVAL Family Service
6.00pm Bret Pelham, Evensong.
Read the latest September/October edition of Church News
Appeal for Help
Two major disasters have struck the world that will need our help. A famine in East Africa and the floods in Pakistan.
You will all be aware of the terrible floods in Pakistan and in contrast the severe drought leading to real hunger in East Africa. Tearfund are actively involved in both places through it’s local partners and the church, and support for Tearfund’s work in these areas can be made by donations through their website:
Moreover, the value of your gift can be double through an anonymous donation promising to match any giving up to a value of £3000. Sometimes we can feel overwhelmed by the scale of disasters, but here is a practical way of helping.
In addition, Tearfund have produced a very helpful article about praying for those affected by the floods:
So we can tally the total, please tell us of your pledge here:
This coming weekend ...
All the readings for the coming weekends have been uploaded onto our Readings and Newsetter page. Please downlad them from here.
Our full services calendar can be found under Service Times
Sunday 11th September
9.30am Meesden Holy Communion
11.00 Great Hormead Mattins
CHANGE TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED SERVICE TIME 6.00pm Evensong Brent Pelham. (Not 11am)
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The Quintet Churches are a group of five Anglican churches who work together and meet for worship in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside in the Diocese of St Albans. We are located just east of the market town of Buntingford and are part of the Buntingford Deanery.
Together we seek to serve our communities, worship God and live His values of love, peace and justice.
Christian have worshiped and ministered in this area for over 1,000 years. So it is our privilege to be the latest generation to continue the story of the body of Christ in our villages.
We are delighted you have found our website, we hope you enjoy browsing these pages, and to meet you in person soon.
P.S. Our website name quintetchurches.com references both the river Quin which flows in our midst and the quintet or five churches in our benefice (group of parishes).
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