Harvest Festival at Tarvin Methodist Church

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A Harvest Festival service, led by Rev Sue Levitt, was held on Sunday, 1st October, at Tarvin Methodist Church. The church was beautifully decorated with floral displays and offerings of donated fresh fruit and vegetables as well as a large quantity of packaged dried and canned food. The fresh fruit and vegetables are to be donated to " Save the Family" and the dried goods to the food bank at Ellesmere Port.

Following the service a Harvest lunch was provided by a team of ladies from the church. All members of the congregation were invited to stay and enjoy the very high standard of cuisine. This was a joyful celebration of a traditional service to give thanks for the harvest not only of the land but of the world.

Our service next week at 11am will be led by the ever popular Mr. Edgar Gregory to which all are invited and will be made welcome.

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  • Sybil Williams

    An excellent account of a wonderful celebration, thank you to everyone who gave their time and energy to create a really happy joyful occasion.

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