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Hi all, just a note to say that toddler group is back on 30 April. Thanks for your continued support.
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*EASTER EGG HUNT*

We have some very egg-citing news for lovers of Easter egg hunts, Easter eggs and well, just chocolate!

St. Andrew's Church Hadfield is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on Monday 22nd April, starting at 3pm and finishing at 4.30pm.

The suggested age range for children that would like to take part is 4-11, but anyone and everyone is welcome. There will be the opportunity to do some Easter-related craft, and you are welcome to join us after the hunt for tea and cake (or even Easter eggs!)

This event is an opportunity to reconnect with what Easter is really all about - Jesus Christ dying on a cross to save us from our sins and rising again - defeating death and giving us new life!

The suggested donation for the event is £2 per child. This is purely to cover costs. It would be really helpful to have an accurate idea of numbers, so please go to standrews-hadfield.org.uk/event/the-real-easter-egg-hunt or contact Chris on 07889257922

Thank you!
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Our Archbishops have called on the Church as a family to prayer for the nation for five days from Friday (29th March) - the original Brexit date.

St Andrew's Church will be open on Thursday 28th March and Saturday 30th March, 10am - 11.30am, so please join us by dropping in, lighting a candle and saying a prayer for our nation.

Then, we can sit down together and listen to each other's different views over a brew.

The Archbishop of Canterbury has recently been quoted as saying that the church must be a peacemaker “to play our part in uniting our country and to put the most vulnerable at the centre of national life”.

Please do join us in prayer, either in church or at home.
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In case you are thinking about ideas for Lent this year, here is a reminder of the Church of England’s plastic challenge from last year.

It provides loads of great ideas to remove or reduce single use and other plastics in your life, such as:

- Taking your own bag to the supermarket
- Investing in a reusable coffee cup
- Investing a a reusable water bottle
- Using bar soaps and shampoos instead of plastic bottles

Together, our little changes will add up to a big change!
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