There’s a new page on the parish website with a wonderful project commemorating the soldiers from St. Nicholas’s who gave their lives. See here ..
St Nicholas will remain open after the services on Sunday until 2.45pm for visitors commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 . In addition to the biographies, there will be an area of reflection, including prayers, poems etc, and Cornelia’s Coffee Shop will be open to serve visitors.
Please take a look at St. Mary’s new Facebook page @StMarysKinsbourneGreen
The next Harpenden Alpha course starts 20th September. See here
Charity Carers in Hertfordshire is to launch a new support group for unpaid carers in Harpenden and is inviting people to an Information Event so they can learn more.
The event takes place on Tuesday 18th September 2018 at the Quaker Meeting House in Southdown Road, Harpenden, from 11.15am to 2.15pm.
Unpaid carers, who look after someone unpaid, due to age, illness, disability or substance misuse, can attend and will be able to enjoy a relaxation and yoga session, discuss what support they would find useful from a hub, and learn more about local services and support available for them.
A Carers Support Hub is a group for carers that meets regularly and enables them to socialise and share their views and experiences and hear from guest speakers on relevant issues such as benefits advice.
For more information or to book a place at the event please call 01992 58 69 69 email firstname.lastname@example.org or visitwww.carersinherts.org.uk
Cornelia’s Coffee Shop is open Monday to Friday 9am – 11. 45am and Saturday 10am – noon during school terms, and 10am – noon Wednesday and Saturday during school holidays. We serve a wide range of Fairtrade teas, barista coffees and cold drinks, homemade cakes, biscuits and other snacks at very reasonable prices. Beautiful garden setting and friendly atmosphere. Free Wi-Fi. All profits go to charity, so your coffee really will make a difference.
We walked from St. Nicholas’ in Harpenden to St. Alban’s Cathedral
joining a Flitwick group along the way.
The Parish of Harpenden contingent for the Easter Monday pilgrimage to St. Alban’s Cathedral.