Following the link you can read the very recent and most interesting report from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Task Group on Responsible Credit and Saving which was launched in January 2014. Two years on, they talk about their achievements and work in progress: http://static1.squarespace.com/static/5406dac3e4b02d18666bcb68/t/56b9bff9c2ea513afa7d2be3/1455013883903/Task+Group+Final+Report.pdf
The Windsor Fellowship has moved to the Windsor Youth and Community Centre on Alma Road, Windsor, SL4 3HD. Please encourage Windsor and Eton residents to come along!
Monday September 14th: Vinyl Nights is a new monthly social for those who would like to play or listen to music on vinyl format. We meet in the Caddey 7.30-10pm. Contact Phil Darby or the Church Office for further information.
Musicians and singers interested in joining the music team for next term should contact Malcolm Bateman on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Podcast resource “Without the Church, we would not have Magna Carta today” As the world’s eyes turn to the banks of the Thames at Runnymede, Bishop Andrew has been asking the question of what part the Church had to play in the sealing of that first historic document on that site – within the bounds […]