Inclusive worship for anyone who has problems communicating and their carers

It's Harvest time again! An opportunity to give thanks for all the crops and other sorts of food that sustain us, and the people all over the world who bring them to us.

The traditional Harvest Festival goes back to pagan times, long before Christianity, and all faiths celebrate it in some form or another.

You are very welcome to join us at St Cleers on September 16th, starting at 3pm. We haven't yet sorted out exactly what we will be doing, this time around, but we aim to make our service as accessible to everyone as possible.

We have simple language, familiar songs and an interactive, informal atmosphere. The service lasts about 45 minutes, and afterwards we get-together for tea, biscuits and a chat. You can bring a carer, driver or friend, there's plenty of room for everyone, easy parking and level access.

If you want to download an A4 poster to print and display, click on the image above, or here.

If a smaller A5 flyer is what you want, to spread the good news, we have two printing together on a single sheet here.  Give one to a friend and encourage them to come along too!