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We've twinned our toilet!

Recently, one Saturday afternoon with help a group of children from our SOCKS group and Sunday Club, did loads of cake baking in the Church Hall. We took all these goodies into church on Sunday morning, and managed to sell them to members of the congregation, which included visitors. This was the children's start in fund-raising to twin our Church Hall toilet with one in a third world country through http://www.toilettwinning.org/
We were thrilled to bits to raise £60.70 - when the total we needed was £60! So, there we go, the Church Hall toilet is now twinned with one in the poorest country in the world - Malawi.
Thank you to EVERYONE who supported this cake sale - hope you enjoyed the cakes!

Let's tell you something about St Olaf's

 

We are an evangelical Anglican church in the village of Poughill on the edge of Bude, North Cornwall. As well as worshipping in Church, we meet together in smaller groups for social occasions, in youth and children's groups, and for prayer and Bible study. We try to support each other in our Faith and in our day to day lives. We don’t have all the answers but we are on a journey of discovery - growing to know God and what it means to follow Jesus Christ in the 21st century. Do join us - we love meeting new people, so visitors are especially welcome.

Next Sunday

9 am - Holy Communion

Morning Worship at 10.30 am with Sunday Club for all children taking part at the same time in the Church Hall just over the road



St Olaf's Parish Church in Poughill (near Bude), Cornwall

There will always be a welcome at any and all of our services and events, whether you live locally or are on holiday in the area.   
Our regular Sunday services are:
Said Communion at 8 am
Morning Worship and Sunday Club for children at 10.30 am
and Evening Bible Study in the Church Hall at 6 pm
There is also an informal service every Wednesday morning at 10.30 am in Hollabury Mission Hall in Hollabury Road, EX23 8JA.
Magazines are available in the church, or from Hollabury on Wednesday mornings, and you'll find details of all our regular and special events.   If you can't get to pick one up, either ring Paul, the vicar on 355183, or try any of these numbers:  353842 or 354579.   (All of them need the Bude pre-fix of 01288)

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