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A Lent Course with a Difference

Tales from the Madhouse

Try something different for Lent

Set inside the walls of a crumbling Victorian asylum, 5 mysterious characters reveal their secret stories to the visiting camera. Each of them has had an encounter with Jesus of Nazareth, which has left an indelible mark on their lives. Throughout the weeks of Lent the characters confront us with their stories.

Each week there will be a 15 minute video that puts the individual character centre stage, opening up questions for us to consider and discuss. This is a different kind of Bible study – and immensely engaging.

The course at St. Luke’s Church will run on a Tuesday evening & in Chaldon at St Peter and St Pauls School on a Wednesday evening; both courses start at 7.30pm.

Week 1  The rich Man who questions Jesus

 Tues 12th March & Wed 13th March

Week 2  The Widow of Nain mourning her son

 Tues 19th March & Wed 20th March

Week 3  The Centurion’s servant

 Tues 26th March & Wed 27th March

Week 4  The passionate disciple & best friend

 Tues 2nd April & Wed 1st April

Week 5  The rebel who escapes death

 Tues 9th April & Wed 10th April

Munch with Music

The next Munch will be on Wednesday 6th March at St.John's Church, Caterham Valley.

HyunJeong Hwang at the piano plays music by Bach, Chopin and Rachmaninoff.

Tea/Coffee from 12:15pm

Performance 12:45 - 1:30pm

Admission Free - Donations welcome

You are invited to bring your own "Munch"

The next Munch with Music will be on Wednesday 3 April.

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My name is Katie Duckett.

 I am a teenager currently studying at secondary school

I have taken over baby-sitting from my sister Rosie, who is now at University.

Please contact me if you need any baby-sitting in either the evening or weekends.

Call me:    01883 345055 (home).

Amy Jones, a responsible 19-year-old girl with experience of looking after children would be happy to baby-sit for you.   

Please call 01883 342683.

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In Loving Memory

Edna Downham

Praying Together

Prayer Breakfast

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Renewal of Electoral Roll

Children’s Society Boxes

Guild of Friends

Church Members: interview

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From the Registers

Lent Course

Talk and Teas

Munch with Music

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Live at St. Lawrence’s

COAT Concert

East Surrey Walkers

North Downs Consort concert

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22 February

25 February

28 February

James Burningham

Joyce Cook

   Frances White

May They Rest in Peace

Pianist and Singer Funeral cross


24 February

Delilah Jean Keenan

Dolly-Rae Rose Keenan

Sammy Lawrence Patience


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Talk and Teas

The subject for Talk and Teas on 17 March,

3.00 – 5.00pm in St. Lawrence’s, will be:

“Zero Waste – Old Values - New Rules”.

An enlightening talk on how a project for Caterham aims to bring back some old-fashioned values, whilst changing the world