Harvest at Highcliffe

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entry to the church
The Sanctury
The communion table
donations and lectern fall
The donations
Harvest Lunch
Ready to serve
Free 2B lilies

Harvest at Highcliffe was celebrated on 2nd October with Family Praise at 10.30am when Revd David Hollingsworth led the service of "All I Can", "All You Can" and "All We Can". We sang traditional and new hymns and songs led by the worship band and heard about water pots as people and pineapples.

A slap up salad meal followed, served to over 40 folk who were challenged to give generously to All We Can ( Formerly Methodist Relief and Development Fund).
Harvest produce has been donated to the Christchurch Food Bank and the Christchurch Water Lily Project waterlilyproject.org.uk helping vulnerable women from the community.

Harvest celebrations continued in the afternoon making paper origami waterlilies among other things and the day was concluded with Evening Communion which included congregation choice of hymns. Both these services were led by Revd David Hollingsworth.

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