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What are fellowship events?
Want to know how to make bricks and bread the hard way?
By joining in with St Mary's fellowship events, you'll learn all this - and much more! All our events are really good fun (even if we do say so ourselves) and very varied. Ideal for all the family, from primary school age upwards, they're organised by our knowledgeable Reader at St. Mary's, Paul Olejnik, with the support of Church members. They're informal gatherings held occasionally during the year, often on a Saturday afternoon.
Sometimes we go for a walk in the surrounding area, learning about local history as we go. At other times, we'll take over the Burnside Hall for an interesting, fun activity and maybe some cookery. There's almost always food involved (hot chocolate and marshmallows, picnic lunches, hot suppers - we've even made our own bread in a rustic clay oven) and there's usually a link somewhere to the Old or New Testament.
Come and join in the fun, maybe learn, or re-discover, the skills of past times and make new friends.
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Previous fellowship events
Below are reports on just a few of our past fellowship events