Posts by Andrew

Easter Sunrise Service

Posted by on 20th Apr, 2017 in Andrew's Blog, Blog | 0 comments

Easter Sunrise Service

A group of youngsters from Quest did a sleepover at Cross Street Church on Easter Saturday ready for an early start to join others on the Cloud for the annual Easter Sunrise Service.  Forty-six people from various Churches gathered at 6.30 a.m. on the summit for the service. The Cross Street Church contingent then went back to the Church for the Easter breakfast, family service and Easter egg hunt which was  a great success....

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Coffee Morning

Posted by on 18th Apr, 2017 in Andrew's Blog, Blog, Forthcoming Events | 0 comments

Coffee Morning

Coffee Morning at Cross Street Church on Tuesdays, 9.45 a.m. – 12.00 noon.  Hot and cold drinks and snacks all at very reasonable prices. Second hand clothes and bric-a-brac sold to raise money for a different charity each month. A great place to meet up with friends or to make new friends.  Call in for a coffee.

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Local poet and songwriter at the Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship

Posted by on 1st Apr, 2017 in Andrew's Blog, Blog | 0 comments

Local poet and songwriter at the Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship

Shaun Worth entertained the Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship with poetry and song through which he shared his personal journey of faith.

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Central Africa Missions night

Posted by on 12th Mar, 2017 in Andrew's Blog, Blog | 0 comments

Central Africa Missions night

                  Former missionaries to the Congo, Roy and Marion Leeming will be visiting Cross Street Church on Sunday 30th April to speak about  Central Africa Missions.

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Easter Breakfast

Posted by on 5th Mar, 2017 in Andrew's Blog, Blog, Diary Highlights | 0 comments

Easter Breakfast

The Easter Breakfast and Family Service will be on Sunday 16th April starting at 9.00 a.m..  The breakfast will include cereals, toast, fruit, croissants, yoghurts and bacon & sausage baps.  After breakfast there will be a Family Service followed by an Easter message for the adults while the children enjoy an Easter egg hunt.

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