Leap Day Quiz Night

Come and join us for a leap night (28th Feb) quiz with a 5 min talk on “Life’s Biggest Question”! 7:30pm for an 8pm start to the quiz. £5 ticket price includes nibbles but please bring your own drinks. Money raised will be split between local mission work and Starfish Malawi, providing schools and vocational training in Malawi. Book tickets via our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/quiz-night-tickets-93681368495?fbclid=IwAR0GOubGr4uq3gTbR02Tl8N3yVEQdVmKkK6o7QuzQEx2XCZAdEF7dkVo77o Continue reading Leap Day Quiz Night

Orlando Furioso performance at All Saints Church

Today the people of Thorney Hill were treated to a performance of Orland Furioso, with Hannah Ely as soprano and Harry Buckoke on the vilo de gamba (which is like a mini cello, yet it is fretted and more in-line with the lute family than the cello family – this information was provided by Harry). Orlando Furioso is a medieval poem, which has over 4000 … Continue reading Orlando Furioso performance at All Saints Church

Time to get back together: this Sunday at 10.30am

It’s been a tough few years since 2016 – if your family is anything like mine, you’ll have felt some pain and shared some angry words because we can’t find common ground on Britain’s EU membership. Perhaps now is the time to draw a line, to come together and remember what we have in common and reflect on what can truly bring us all together. … Continue reading Time to get back together: this Sunday at 10.30am

Start the year with a brilliant time at Church: Sunday at 10.30am

Start strong in 2020 by spending a bit of time thinking about what’s really important in life at the 10.30am service at St Mary’s Bransgore on Sunday 5th Jan. If you came to our interactive nativity service and loved it, you’ll love this too. It suitable for all ages, lasts about 40 minutes and has great music and a talk from the Bible. Before you … Continue reading Start the year with a brilliant time at Church: Sunday at 10.30am

Should auld acquaintance be forgot…

Happy new year! Last night the Benefice of Bransgore and Hinton celebrated a Kenyan New Year’s at St Mary’s, Bransgore. The countdown and singing of Auld Lang Syne took place at 21.00 (Kenyan time), allowing for those with children (or those who wanted to go to bed!) to celebrate the New Year with friends and family. There was plenty of hot-dogs and ice-creams, music and … Continue reading Should auld acquaintance be forgot…