Our monthly bake and book fundraising sales resume this Sunday after the 11.00am service and will thereafter be held on the second Sunday of each month. We love to indulge in the culinary creativity of our parishioners at these sales, and so we invite you to donate homemade cakes, tarts, tray bakes—or whatever else you enjoy baking! (pssst…Great British Bake Off just started its new season if you’re looking for inspiration!) (psssst again…this week the theme is biscuits!) All goods may be dropped off before the service to the parish room.
Finally, finally, FINALLY! As more and more of the scaffolding comes down, we are able to get a sense of just how enormous an undertaking the tower’s renovation has been. The work crews’ skill and dedication (not to mention their fortitude on especially windy days) have rewarded us with a beautifully restored tower. The stonework and clock faces are positively gleaming. We are beyond grateful for all of the support we have received in funding this massive project. The bells will be ringing again before you know it!
ANÚNA and members of the ANÚNA International Summer School are once again generously giving a charity concert in which all proceeds will go toward our restoration fund. The concert begins at 6.00pm on Saturday, 22 June at Saint Bartholomew’s. Tickets may be purchased here.
Join us after the morning Eucharist this Sunday in the parish room for a homemade baked goods sale and a book/DVD/CD sale to aid our fundraising efforts. With Valentine’s Day upon us, there will be chocolate covered strawberries on offer, so be sure to drop in! We greatly encourage the congregation to help with these monthly fundraisers, whether by showcasing your culinary expertise or by donating your used books, CDs, or DVDs. These sales run on the second Sunday of the month and all proceeds go directly to the restoration fund. Our next sale will be after the 11.00am service on Sunday, 10 March.
The next monthly bake and book fundraiser will follow the 11.00am service this Sunday, 9 December. The Christmas baking season is upon us, and we would love to see as many parishioners as possible donate their homemade baked goods, from cakes to tray bakes to festive cookies! Now is also a good time to clear your shelves—your old books and DVDs may make the perfect Christmas gift for someone else. All proceeds go directly to the restoration fund. These sales run on the second Sunday of the month and are certainly the most delicious way to help out the church, so please get those ovens going!
All items to be sold can be dropped into the parish room before the service.
David Jones is hosting an evening barbeque on Saturday, 23 June at his home in aid of the church restoration fund. The menu includes a choice of striploin and salmon with salads. Bring your own wine or soft drinks. There is a basic donation of €15 (but you may give as much as you like!)
If you would like to attend, please contact Megan MacCausland by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01-668-8522 for more information and to book a place. Capacity is limited to 30 people, so be sure to secure your spot soon!