Folkweave‘Folkweave’

is our weekly newsletter. This useful resource will inform you of all the events that take place throughout the coming week and is also a notice board for news items.

You will be able to find copies of Folkweave in the Foyer and with your service paper on Sunday mornings. You can also access this on the website which gives links to the relevant webpages which will give more detailed information.

In the first section on this page you can view the weekly diary and the second section shows you the news and events that take place.

Christmas Tithe 2016 update; ‘Thank You’

Christmas Tithe 2016 update. Your donations, including retiring Offertories at our Christmas services, total £1,865 to which we can add approximately £400 in Gift Aid tax recoveries meaning that we can send just over £565 to each of the four chosen charities: Christian Aid Christmas Appeal, the Angel Tree programme, Croydon Women’s’ Aid and ‘Christmas […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 28th March to 5th April 2015 Copy

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 28th March 2015 to 5th April 2015 Day                                 From   To   Event More Information Saturday     28th March 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning in the lounge         10.00am 12 Noon Book […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 5th March to 13th March 2016

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 5th March to 13th March 2016 Day    Date                      From   To   Event More Information Saturday 5th March 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning in the lounge     10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair     […]

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity – 18 to 24 January 2016

Information about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 18th to 24th January 2016: (see below) Montpelier Church open for prayer 7am to 11am 18th,19th, 21st and 22nd January. Purley Baptist Church open with Church prayer stations 9.00am to 9.00pm on 19th and 20th January. St John The Baptist Church meditative reflection on Thursday 21st […]

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Sunday Club on Holiday

Sunday Club There will be no Sunday Club during August so the team can have a well-earned rest. There will be toys, books and colouring available in the side aisle of the church during the service and some supervision. Many thanks to all the team who make the Sunday Club such an enjoyable activity for […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 28th March to 5th April 2015 Copy

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 28th March 2015 to 5th April 2015 Day                                 From   To   Event More Information Saturday     28th March 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning in the lounge         10.00am 12 Noon Book […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 7th March to 15th March 2015

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 7th March 201 to 15th March 2015 Day                               From   To   Event More Information Saturday   7th March 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning in aid of Christian Aid       10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 7th March to 15th March 2015 Copy

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 7th March 201 to 15th March 2015 Day                               From   To   Event More Information Saturday   7th March 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning in aid of Christian Aid       10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair […]

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Folkweave – news and events – 28th February 2015 to 8th March 2015

Our Weekly Newsletter giving you details of what is on and interesting items of news (click on button below). DIARY OF EVENTS from 28th February 2015 to 8th March 2015 Day                               From   To   Event More Information Saturday   28th Feb 10.00am 12 Noon Coffee Morning       10.00am 12 Noon Book Fair       10.00am […]

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity – 18 to 24 January 2016

Information about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 18th to 24th January 2016: (see below) Montpelier Church open for prayer 7am to 11am 18th,19th, 21st and 22nd January. Purley Baptist Church open with Church prayer stations 9.00am to 9.00pm on 19th and 20th January. St John The Baptist Church meditative reflection on Thursday 21st […]

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Czech Evening – 7 November 2015 – International Partnership

Czech Evening  Tickets are now on sale in the hall after Sunday morning service for the Czech Evening being organised by the World Church Partnership Committee on Saturday 7th November at 7.00 pm. Cost: £10.00 for adults, and £5.00 for under 18s, to include a hot meal and a drink. Our next Partnership Conference will be […]

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Purley Classics at PURC

Purley Classics Wednesday 14th October at 1.15 pm in the Lounge. Kana and Miho Kawashima, a violin and piano duo. Music by Brahms and Stravinsky. Retiring collection to cover costs. Light refreshments.

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Harvest Festival – Sunday 27 September 2015

ould by delighted to see you at our Harvest Festival Service as we give thanks for God’s rich harvest that we enjoy in our lives throughout the year.   Date: 27 September 2015 Time: 10.30am Location: Purley United Reformed Church, 906 Brighton Road, Purley, Surrey, CR8 2LN We will be having a harvest lunch following the […]

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Summer Organ Recital – 30 August 2015

Organ Recital David Thomas, who played for us at Morning Services last year, is giving a free Summer Organ Recital on Sunday 30th August at 3.00 pm at St Mary’s Church, Sanderstead. St Mary’s Church is on the corner of Purley Oaks Road and Beech Avenue, with parking available on these two roads.

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Time for Fairtrade Milk? Newsflash from Fairtrade Foundation

ou can’t have missed UK dairy farmers in the news recently campaigning for fairer prices for their milk. It’s raised the question of why Fairtrade can’t begin at home and why the mark can’t be put on milk too? It’s a fair question – one that’s been debated many times – so, following our new blog about it, […]

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