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The service on Sunday morning at Tarvin Methodist Church was the Harvest Festival service, led by the Rev Denise Harding. St Andrews also held their own Harvest Festival service in the morning. Tarvin Methodist Church then hosted the Harvest Supper for both its own congregation and that of St Andrew's on Sunday evening.
The dried and tinned goods so kindly donated will be given to the charity 'Save the Family' .

Food gifts- harvest supper



Scarecrow

The display of produce and flowers was greatly enhanced by this splendid scarecrow constructed by the children of Messy Church.

Cash donations were given to the 'Open Doors Syria Appeal'

A short service was held which included harvest hymns selected to recall childhood memories, and was followed by the now traditional Hot pot supper, with apple pie desert.

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