POOLE AND NORTH BOURNEMOUTH ANGLICAN DEANERY NEWSSHEET
Some of this information comes from the Communications Department of the Diocese and I am in touch with a number of other sources including the internet, magazines from our local churches and parishes in the Poole and North Bournemouth Deanery. Please feel free to use as required.
Services are held at St Mary’s Church on Brownsea Island on summer Sundays at 3 p.m. Transport is available from Sandbanks and Poole Quay. National Trust and boat fares are as normal. The Harvest Festival on September 29th is the last service of this year’s season.
CHURCHES TOGETHER IN POOLE
CLIMATE CHANGE CONFERENCE DAY
IDEA (Inter-faith Dorset Education and Action) will be hosting a Day with the theme of “Climate Change, Faith and Me” on Saturday, September 21st with speakers, exhibitions, and discussions. The venue is the Bournemouth Friends Meeting House in Wharncliffe Road, Boscombe from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with lunch and refreshments available free as well. Grateful thanks is being offered to them for their hospitality in this regard. Pre-registration is needed for those wishing to take part on www.eventbrite.com or 01202 580112.
THE RECOVERY COURSE
MORE FROM HAMWORTHY
Adding to the outreach team in Hamworthy will now be Lucy Bolster, husband Kevin and their family, to minister in the Turlin Moor community. Paul Bradbury is also making changes in his area of work and all this news is in the July Newsletter from Poole Missional Communities. The contact for reading this longish Newsletter is www.poolemc.org.uk/1234-2.
Poole Hospital’s Carol Service which is always a special date in the year will be held on Tuesday, December 17th at 7.30 p.m. and the venue will be the newly furnished Spire Methodist Church in Poole High Street. The Rose Hall is likely to be used and the guest preacher will be the Bishop of Salisbury, the Right Reverend Nicholas Holtam.