You are invited to

Coffee Morning at the Chapel 10.30 to 12 noon
on Thurs 2 May

Just drop in and enjoy tea, coffee and biscuits in the company of other Week St Mary people
Morning Worship Sunday 5 May 11am

Morning Worship led by

Glenton Brown and the Worship Team
Cafe Church

informal worship and reflection with tea, coffee and biscuits

Guest speaker: Mrs Glenys Poorta on the Symbols of the Christian Church


Sunday 5 May at 6.30pm
Come along to our next House Group meeting

Tuesday 7 May at 12 Ashbury Grove at 7.30 pm.

Everyone welcome
Worship Lunch

Worship at tables followed by a delicious two course roast lunch.

A great atmosphere and community event.

Everyone welcome but places must be prebooked with Len or Trina.

Payment by donation at the lunch.


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Read the text of the Kyoto Protocol which requires developed countries to reduce their GHG emissions below levels specified for each of them.
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The water industry is at the forefront of climate change as the raw material is directly dependent on the natural environment. By understanding energy consumption and through carbon management the industry are seeking to reduce the contribution to climate change from their activities.
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