The Parish of Green Street Green and Pratts Bottom

To Follow and Worship Jesus, Sharing His Love

Events in and around the parish

Coronavirus - Please note that all events are subject to cancelation or postponement. Please check with the Parish Office before attending any published event.


DIARY DATES:

Monday 1st August 2pm - Memory Cafe at Brass Crosby Room at St
Martins


Tuesday 9th August 11-12pm - St Mary’s Church Hall pop in for a Cuppa, Cake and Catch Up with Reverend Susan and the team, ALL Welcome


Thursday 18th August 10-4pm - St Mary’s Hall, Vintage Roadshows
vintageroadshows.co.uk


Thursday 1st September 2-4pm - Orpington Fibromyalgia and Chronic
Pain Support Group with Mary Hughes. Every first Thursday of the
month at St Mary’s Church Hall contact Mary on 07724027367 or email
mhmanagement@101gmail.com


Tuesday 6th September 10.30-3pm - World Day Of Prayer Quiet Day
at Old Bromley College, London Road, BR1 1PE Tickets an be
purchased for £5 confirm with jackie@rowling.org.uk


Friday 16th September 2022 8-9.30pm - Rock Choir LIVE St Mary’s
Church, College Road, Bromley BR1 3QG
Tickets can be purchased for
£10 from www.welcare.org/events


Sunday 2nd October 11am - Harvest Festival followed by lunch at All
Souls


Sunday 9th October 9.30 am - Harvest Festival Parade Service followed
by brunch at St Mary’s


HOT OFF THE PRESS
We will be running the study course Finding a Voice based on the film “The King’s Speech” in the autumn. This will start with a film night in each parish 4pm at St Mary’s Church on Sunday 30 October and 7.30pm at St Martin’s, Chelsfield on Thursday 27 Oct. All are welcome to either showing with no obligation to continue with the course. Watch out for further details. 

Rev Susan


Messy Church Coming to the Benefice in October!

Some exciting news for our Benefice. We will be starting
Messy Church in October as a major new mission initiative. We
are fortunate that we have been able to engage the services of Jo
Gavin, the children’s worker at Christchurch Orpington to help us
get the project up and running. 


Jo has great experience in this area and runs Messy Church at Christchurch. Our two PCC’s have agreed the financial commitment required for the project and now it is up to all of us to make this happen.


For the venture to work we need volunteers and that means you and me. Messy Church will be running once a month between 4pm and 6pm on a Saturday and hopefully if we get enough volunteers, helping can be on a rota basis thereby not putting too much of a burden on a small number of people. Messy Church involves Crafts, Worship and Hospitality and so there are different ways in which each of us can help. Please do pray for this project and consider volunteering. If you would like to volunteer and/or want to know more about it, then please contact me. You can find out more about messy church on their website
www.messychurch.org.uk