Different groups within the church

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Julian Group. We meet on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 8pm in Church. A different person leads each month so meetings vary. Our aim is to foster the practice and teaching of silent prayer where we seek to be aware of the presence of God, and remain lovingly in that presence.

Mothers' Union. The Mothers' Union meets on the first Wednesday each month (except August) at 2.30pm. There are around 40 members and our meetings are a mixture of member led discussions and speakers on various subjects. The aim of the Mothers' Union is the advancement of the Christian Religion in the sphere of Marriage and family life. You don't have to be a mum or even a woman to join, and we welcome visitors to share in our meetings which take place in the Tom Hauley Room and are preceded by optional attendance at a Communion Service at 2pm. All our meetings conclude with a general discussion over tea of coffee. For further information contact Chris Rutherford (019260) 613757.

Open the Book. Gemma North leads the Open The Book team of around a dozen volunteers from All Saints' church, who go into Harbury CofE Primary School once a fortnight to do assembly.

Powerhouse Prayer. Meets at 7.30pm on the first Monday of every month in church. Everyone is welcome to this time of quiet prayer and reflection. We bring our church and village before God, to seek His will and direction and to support in prayer this church's ministry. We usually finish at 8.15pm. More info from Lesley (01926) 613207.

Talk it Through. An opportunity for fellowship, sharing and discussion in a Christian environment. We meet fortnightly at 33 South Parade, Harbury. For more information contact Tony or Shirley Brunton on (01926) 612191.

Transforming Communities is a new group reporting into the PCC. We are currently developing our agenda with the declared purpose of identifying the needs of and threats to people living in our community, in particular that which is hidden including spiritual poverty, financial poverty and social poverty. Our first priority is to support the work of the local food banks. We welcome new participants in this work. We do not meet regularly, convening only in order to plan and deliver our programme. For further information contact Jill Winter (01926) 612585 or Bob Sherman (01926) 612277

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