Elder Margaret Snowdon took on the role of Guienevere and Minister Rev’d Jim Gascoigne the role of Sir Lancelot in the Christian comedy show tricks’n’laughs on 17th May
The next meeting of Sunday Club will be on 21st April at 9.30am
All children of primary school age are welcome. We enjoy music, making things and playing games. At 10.30 we join the congregation for the first and child-friendly part of the morning service, before continuing our own activities until 11.45.
Please join us for our Coffee Morning on Saturday 6th April from 10am to Noon
BOOKS, TOMBOLA & SALES TABLE
Proceeds will support Uttlesford Parkinsons Support Group and Church funds
Please join us for our coffee morning at Abbey Lane on Saturday 2nd March, 10.00am to midday.
Proceeds to Christian Aid and church funds
Please join us for our monthly Saturday morning Coffee Morning in the vestry at Abbey Lane Church
This month we are raising funds for Radwinter Road Hospital League of Friends and Church funds
The next coffee morning will be on Saturday 2nd March, supporting Christian Aid and Church funds
The next meeting of the Abbey Lane Discussion Group will be on Wednesday 6th February at 8.00pm in Abbey Lane Vestry.
Mark Hayes will be leading a discussion on ‘Same Sex Relationships, Marriage and Civil Partnerships’.
Abbey Lane & Newport URC’s new website is now live
We hope it gives visitors a flavour of our Church and activities.
If you would like further information or have any comments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the e-mail addresses on the Contacts page.
On September 15th 2007 we celebrated the opening of our renovated and extended Church Hall. The new extension provides a permanent home for our friends in the Salvation Army. After 20 years in the town for the first time it provides them with their own permanent base in the centre of Saffron Walden.
We retain the existing hall but it has been extended with new toilets, a modern kitchen and much needed storage space. The larger and more flexible space is a welcome addition to our Church facilities and for the many external organisations who made the original hall their home.
For both Churches the project has been an exciting journey. We met regularly to join in prayer and seek God’s purpose in our working together. We got to know each other through occasional joint services and by building friendship and trust by working together on fund raising projects such as our annual Funday.
We look forward to working together using our new facilities as a base from which to build on the outreach activities of both Churches for all the people of Saffron Walden, young and old.