Church News this Spring – £259.51 wwas raised from teas and coffee sales during April!
Church News during February:
Teas and Coffees for January – £289.20 was raised through pop in Saturdays and after Service refreshments !
Church News from January:
Christmas Angels – this unique opportunity to leave personal messages in memory of a loved one raised £341. The dancing angels were hung on the tree in the churchyard and were a poignant reminder that Christmas can be a sad time. Many thanks to Peter and Jennifer Tidy for organising this now annual event.
Teas and Coffees for December – another good month with £323.45 raised!
VILLAGE CAROL SERVICE with the Salvation Army – A wonderful evening in a packed Church. Over £1,000 was raised and bags and bags of food donations too were received on the evening.
Village Carol Service - Wed 19th Dec 2018
This was a wonderful evening in a packed Church. Singing from the St Osyth Community Choir and ringing by St Osyth Church Hand Bell Ringers enhanced the wonderful playing by the magnificent SA band and the enthusiastic singing of the congregation – Christmas has arrived!!! Over £1,000 was raised and bags and bags of food donations too were received on the evening. If you would like to continue to support the valuable work of the Salvation Army you can drop off food donations to the Church during opening hours. At the moment they are asking in particular for: tea bags (40s), hot chocolate, coffee, biscuits, jam, sugar, long life milk, fruit juice, squashes, baked beans, cereals and soups. Many thanks. Some pictures are in the Gallery. Click here
Our 2018 Christmas Fayre - report
The church was packed on Saturday, 2nd December with people attending the annual Christmas Fayre. It was a colourful sight with many stalls packed with attractive Christmas gifts as well as the more traditional stalls. The St Osyth Community Choir sang Christmas songs which added to the festive spirit. Refreshments were enjoyed as was the mulled wine and mince pies.
The Christmas raffle was a very attractive sight as all prizes were temptingly wrapped and drew admiring comments as well as ensuring people bought tickets!
All in all a really enjoyable morning which raised £2200 for Church funds.
Many thanks to all those who supported the Fayre either as a stall holder or by attending. Particular thanks go to William Stevens who has led and organised the event for many years, we are enormously grateful to him. As this is his retirement year, it is just great that the Fayre has raised its highest amount ever. Thank you William.