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Bourne Methodist Church Christmas craft workshop pulls in the punters




Bourne Methodist Church kicked off Christmas in style at a special festive craft workshop on Saturday.

The church hall came alive as both children and adults enjoyed making Christmas crafts such as tree decorations and cards, washed down with refreshments.

Bourne Methodiust Christmas crafts, from left, Ann and Peter Wright with Josie Macey with handmade tree decorations (5842610)
Bourne Methodiust Christmas crafts, from left, Ann and Peter Wright with Josie Macey with handmade tree decorations (5842610)

“It went very well,” said Richard Bayley, a member of the congregation.

“For the last 13 years, we have had a Christmas Tree Festival.

“Unfortunately we couldn’t do it this year so we did this.

“We had people coming in throughout the day and there were over a 100 people that came in.

“As well as the crafts, we were offering free food such as soup and rolls and mince pies.

“The whole day was extremely well done.

“It was then capped off with a Christmas songs of praise service on Sunday afternoon and there were about 90 there.

Richard said that the Methodist Church as holding their annual gift service at on December 16 at 10.45 am.

This will be followed in the afternoon by a carol service that also features readings.

There is also a crib service on December 24, starting at 4 pm.



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