The Borderlands Mission Area Conference AGM (Annual Vestry 2021) meeting will take place on Monday 19th July 2021 at 7pm.
Due to continuing Covid-19 restrictions, the meeting will take place via Zoom.
Anyone wishing to attend the AGM (Annual Vestry 2021) meeting should email the Borderlands MA Administrator (email@example.com) to register their intention to attend and to request the login information.
Details will be distributed closer to the time.
Saturday 17th July
10am – 2pm daily at St Mark's Church, Church Street, Connah's Quay
Saturday 22 - Sunday 23 May 2021
10am – 4pm daily at St Bartholomew’s Church, Old Sealand Road, CH5 2LQ
Take-Away Refreshments on Sale including Hot Drinks, Homemade Cakes and our Famous Bacon Baps
(5 minutes from Chester on A548 and 5 minutes from St David’s Park Hotel A55)
Storytime is our wonderful little group designed for small children aged 0-5 years and their big people. It's lots of fun (for all of us!), and includes lovely Bible stories for little ones, as well as free play, craft activities, songs, rhymes, and drinks and snacks. In normal times, it would run every Tuesday at 1.30pm during term time from Bistre Emmanuel Church Hall in Buckley. However, due to Covid we are having to run the group online instead.
We can't go into Hawarden Village School this term but we are sending out the Easter message to all our pupils. Volunteers have been busy packing up Easter bags which will go to every child in school - they include a booklet telling the Easter story as well as some treats and of course a chocolate egg. Packing up over 450 bags was a challenge so thanks to our enthusiastic volunteers and thanks also to the Diocese who gave us a grant, and to those church members who also made donations towards the cost.
The latest spring edition of our quarterly community magazine, The Voice, is out now. It is much more than simply a parish magazine. It's a way of keeping in touch not only with our church but also with what's going on in and around our local Hawarden community and contains articles about people's interests and the history of our fascinating village. The magazine is free although we are grateful to local businesses who help towards the cost. Copies can be picked up in St Deiniol's Church porch and in the Hawarden Village Post Office.