Produced by the Friends of Tintern – December 2008
TINTERN SENIORS’ CHRISTMAS LUNCH
The Friends of Tintern Committee are very grateful to Sally and Dave for volunteering to host and finance this year’s event.
THE FRIENDS OF TINTERN AND ST.MICHAEL’S CHURCH CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
TINTERN CHRISTMAS LIGHTS AND TINTERN NEWS - Thank you to those of you who have made donations in November/December:
Pam Scrivens and family in rememberance of Ron Scrivens
St. Michael’s Church - Cleaning Rota - fortnight beginning:
1st December Trudy and Nina Phelps
29th December Elspeth and Karen
12th January Janet, Sue and Barbara
19th January Tintern WI
2nd February Carole Evans
Church Services – United Benefice of Tintern and Llandogo with Whitebrook
15th December 2.00pm with Llandogo School a Carol Service
December 4.00pm - Candlelit Nine Lessons
24th December 3.00pm - From Parva Vineyard processing to St.Michael’s for a short Children's Nativity Service for under 7’s.
24th December 11.30pm – First Holy Communion of Christmas (Candlelit)
25th December 10.30am - Christmas Morning Holy Communion
St. Oudoceus Church, Llandogo - Communion Service 9.00am every Sunday - Rev. John Dearnley – additional services in December
16th December – with Llandogo School - Christingle
- Children's Nativity and Carols
25th December 10.00a.m. Christmas Morning Holy Communion
We journey back over two thousand years to a little town in the hill country of Judea. It's a busy night in Bethlehem - but it's also a very special night - and we would welcome your company
Llantern Fellowship and Junior Church, Kids for Christ, led by the music group at Llandogo Village Hall, informal services for all ages at 10.45a.m. under the direction of Rev'd John Dearnley and the Parish Ministry Team.' www.llantern.org.uk
Advent Course “All About Mary” 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd December – contact Rev. John Dearnley 01594 530080 for more details.
Tintern Pentecostal Church - every Sunday at 11:00am and 6:00pm and every Wednesday at 7:30pm
Tintern Youth Club every Wednesday from 6.30 – 8.00pm – Village Hall.
Wednesday 3rd December - Tintern Youth Project AGM – Village Hall - 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday 6th and 7th, 13th and 14, Saturday 20th – 24th December – Nativity with live animals at Parva Farm Vineyard. 11.00am – 4.00pm admission 50p.
Monday 8th December – Carol Service at Tintern Abbey in aid of Barnardo’s –7.00pm
Wednesday 10th December – Bingo at the Anchor from 7.30pm
Monday 15th December WI Christmas Lunch - Wye Valley Hotel – 12.30pm
Friday 19th December – VPA – Village Hall – 6.30pm - Party.
Tintern Village Hall - Bookings can be made by contacting the committee at: Tintern.email@example.com OR Ring: 07512 856024.
Catbrook Memorial Hall – Events
6th December at 7.30 pm - Festive Wine Evening by Peter and Carole Ayling.
Tuesday/Wednesday 16th or 17th December - The Narth Singers at 7.30 pm (confirmation of which night at Catbrook next month).
December - Carol Service.
New Year's Eve Disco/Dance with Sam's Motion Music.
January 2009 - Caldicot Male Voice Choir.
Coffee Mornings held on the third Tuesday of each month at 10.30 am. All welcome.
Yoga Classes with Ruth Routh on Tuesday evenings and Thursday mornings. Contact her for details if interested on 01600-860648.
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