Catterine Community Church

Advent Party

Advent Party

Catterline Community Church Harvest Party

Harvest Party
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Catterline Las Posadas 2013

Las PosadasThis year the carved wooden Mary and Joseph figures will once again be making their journey around the community in the run up to Christmas.

As in previous years, they will stay in a different home each night. The next day, they will move on, and the host families will have an opportunity to meet and spend a little time together during the handover.

In previous years, host families have been given a tree decoration as a gift to remind them of Mary and Joseph’s visit. This year, we invite you to be creative and MAKE a tree decoration which represents some aspect of the Christmas story. The Los Posadas basket will contain some short sections of the Bible story to help with inspiration. You can make your decoration from anything you like, or use one of the wooden blanks which will be in the basket as a starting point.

All the decorations will be displayed on a tree at St Philip’s Church during our Christmas Carol service on 22nd December and during the following days. They may well feature in our Christmas morning service, too.

If you would like to join in with our community Christmas celebration, please phone Chris and Steph Rodger on 01569 750297, or 07715 567501 (Steph) or  email steph and we will fit you in on a date that suits you.

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Community Church Christmas Services

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The Alpha Course 2011

AlphaCatterline Community Church is offering the Alpha talks as part of their normal Sunday morning teaching and have the Alpha Suppers and discussions at Chris and Steph’s (Gruinart, Catterline) on Thursday evenings. The Alpha talks will be on-line at for those cannot or who do not wish to attend Catterline church on Sunday mornings. A brief recap will also be provided on Thursday evenings.

The Alpha course has been running for over 30 years. It began at Holy Trinity Brompton in central London, in the late 1970s, initially as a means of presenting the basic principles of the Christian faith to new Christians in a relaxed and informal setting.

Alpha courses are based around small groups of people, hosted by one or two leaders whose role is to facilitate and encourage discussion. The whole Alpha course usually lasts for 10 weeks.

There is no charge for attending the Sunday Talks or the Alpha Supper and Discussions. If required, baby sitters can be provided (again no cost!).

See the file attached below for full details and dates.

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