A Macular Support Group will be held in the Hall on the first Monday of each month starting Monday 4th September at 10.30am to12.30am. Please contact Mrs Anne Dearle on 01935 814887 if you wish to join or further information. Tea and coffee will be served.
All welcome including Carer

Saturday 21st October. Christian Aid coffee morning and plant sales for Wheels for the World. Plant donations please.

Sunday November 5th at 4pm in the Church. Remembering Service for those we have lost. Rev. John Hatton. Later in the Hall.

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The sunset cafe stompers will be at cheap street again on friday 27th october at 7.30pm. tickets will be on sale in september Contact 01935 815565

Past events

Prayer Day at Cheap Street Church Saturday 17th June 10.30 – 3.30 It was maybe not the ideal day to have a prayer day as we had competition from the Sherborne Festival and also very hot weather, when many were needing to be out of the sun! However, we did have approximately 50 prayers written, in the garden mostly, with some made in the church and hall – and of course, there were all the prayers we could not see!
Many enjoyed planting 'prayer flowers' in the lawn and floating their 'lily flower prayers' on our miniature lily ponds! There were also so many opportunities to chat to people. So many lovely conversations and links made! Those who came inside the church and made prayers there seemed deeply moved and attracted to coming to the church, asking about services. And even after the event I have had feedback that people are hoping we will do it again. We had also had good conversations with people while setting up on Friday afternoon. This led to a couple from Holland, who were on holiday, coming to our services for the two Sundays they were here.
So I feel, for all those who were attracted to pray that day, who stopped and chatted, or just had a silent time with God, our prayer day was really important and worthwhile. For those of us who were there throughout the day, we thank God for the differences those prayers and those meetings have certainly made!

Lynn Heaton Cheap Street Church