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  • Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship Garden Party

    The Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship held their Annual Garden Party at 14 Gatcombe Close on Tuesday, 26th July. Although showers were forecast, the weather remained warm and dry, although somewhat overcast. Thirty members enjoyed sitting in the garden chatting and admiring the flowers. A sumptuous tea was provided. Our Minister, Rev Janet Tanner, attended for the last time and was presented with a rose for her new garden.

  • Grand Summer Ball

    A Grand Summer Ball was held at the Grange Hall in Radcliffe-on-Trent on Sunday, 24th July. About eighty people attended, resplendent in their formal dress, and enjoyed Ballroom Dancing and Sequence Dancing. Excellent refreshments were provided.

     

  • Farewell Barn Dance for Janet Tanner

    Our Minister for the last seven years, Rev Janet Tanner, is leaving us at the end of July this year. As part of the farewell process a Barn Dance was held at the Methodist Church on the evening of Friday, 15th July. Around sixty people, both young and old, danced to the strains of The Windmill Folk. A Bring and Share Buffet was enjoyed during the interval.

  • Nottingham Ukukele Orchestra Concert - 27th February

    Thanks to all who made the Concert by the Nottingham Ukulele Orchestra in the church such a resounding success. A full house not only sang along heartily– reading any less familiar songs from the display on the screen – but those in the audience with ukes played along, making a lively evening. With expenses paid £535 was donated to the Regeneration Fund.       

  • Another Successful Advent Fair

    View of Autumn Fair

    On the morning of 5th December, the church was taken over by the Autumn Fair.  It seemed as if most of the inhabitants of Radcliffe-on-Trent came through the doors at one time or another!  Over £1,200 was raised for the Regeneration Project.

  • Christingle Service

    Photo from back of church

    The Christingle Service was again held on Christmas Eve.  It was led by Rev Janet Tanner and Nikki Geeson and the church was full of children with their parents and grandparents.

  • New Year, New Life! - An Adult Baptism

    Front of Church, with portable Baptistry

    The Covenant Service was held, as usual, on the first Sunday of the New Year, 3rd January, with Rev Janet Tanner officiating.  

    What was unusual and made this such a special occasion, was that an adult baptism took place during the service, using a portable baptistry.  In addition to the newly baptised member, three others were welcomed into membership of the church at the same time.

    A truly joy-filled morning for everybody! 

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