St. Catherine’s Bazaar – Saturday 1st December

Are you ready for the bazaar?
Looking forward to seeing you all with your spending money  between 10:00-16:00 on Saturday.
Feeling in the mood for a bit of Panto? Here’s your chance: NEAT is coming to the Bazaar on Saturday to perform a taster of this year’s Panto. It’s got peas, frogs, gold, an evil step-mother, step-sisters, a fuddy-duddy father and of course, a prince.  It MUST be a fairy tale, but which one is it?  It’s our original re-telling, re-singing and re-dancing of Cinderella, slightly up-dated for the age of social media, ‚Wots App, Cinderella‘! Make sure you’re at the bazaar at 14:30 for some good fun and bad puns!“

Helpers needed for the Bazaar
As every year we are asking for helpers:

  • To set up the stalls on Friday evening
  • To set up the tent for the refreshments on Saturday morning
  • To man the soup kitchen and stalls: produce, Christmas items, toys, books
    along with all the usual stalls we will be having a children’s second-hand toy and book stall. Good quality toys and books are welcome (no furry animals though please). For more information please speak to Jackie.
  • Bake cakes for Naomi’s bake stall
  • Contribute to a raffle: I have put together a basket with English produce. Could we have contributions towards a German and/or American basket? Drop off at the Anglican Centre or on the day.
  • Clear up afterwards

And LAST BUT NOT LEAST! Buyers, buyers, buyers! So spread the word. Flyers in the Centre for distribution.
Please let me know how you can help, even if it is only for a short stint during the course of the day.
Alison Seyerle –

Thank You to Katy for the cake to celebrate our patronal festival – the Feast of St. Catherine – on Sunday.

Please hold Walter and Brigitte, as she cares for him, in your prayers.
Pray also for a speedy return to health for Kara after her recent eye-operation, and that the procedure has been successful.

This Sunday sees the start of Advent – if you are looking for devotional material for Advent why not try the Diocese of London’s App – A good advent produced in co-operation with SPCK.
And for the start of Advent, this week instead of musing, the Chaplain sends us something to ponder and meditate on … what does Advent mean to you?

Advent and Christmas Services
Make sure you pick up a few fliers for our Christmas services to hand out to friends and family who would like to worship in English through Advent and Christmas.


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