Alton Webteam: July 2015
Worship times and arrangements during August
Please note that during August, there will only be one morning service each Sunday. This will be at 10:00am.
The evening service will still be at 6:30pm.
The services for August are as follows
10:00am — Revd Keith Underhill with Holy Communion
6:30pm — Revd Keith Underhill
10:0am — Revd Howard Sharp
6:30pm — Own Arrangement
10:00am — Mr. Maurcie Raggett
6:30pm — Mr. Chris Archbold
10:00am — Mr. Ken Evans
6:30pm — Mrs. Jennie Marlow
10:30am — United GAP service in Beech Village Hall — followed by light lunch please see news item 'August Joint Worship GAP Service', for more details
6:30pm — Revd Keith Underhill with Holy Communion
In addition, there will be no Lighthouse sessions for the children during this time, but there will be creche. Younger children are welcome to join with the creche should they wish to.
The normal pattern of service will resume on Sunday 6th September (Covenant Sunday) with the services at 9:15am, 10:45am and 6:30pm all being led by Revd Keith Underhill.
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