As in previous years, we will be holding a relaxed sharing lunch on Boxing Day in the Hill Station.
All welcome, especially if you would like a bit of company over Christmas.
Very informal. Just come along, bring food or drink (not just coca cola, whatever you like!) if you have something.
And don’t worry if you can’t. We’d like to see you anyway.
This year, in conjunction with Grow WIld
Ukulele Carol Jam
Hosted by Sheridan James (Uke Playing Rev)
Thursday 13 December, Hill Station Cafe
4pm-5pm Kids’ Jam – 4-12 year olds.
8pm Young people and Adult Jam
Bring your ukulele, or your voice, or a small percussion instrument and let’s thrash out some carols together! No experience necessary!
Candle-Lit Carol Service
Sunday 16 December at 6pm
Carols, readings and live music followed by mince pies and mulled wine.
It’s a Wonderful Life
Wednesday 19December at 7.30pm
FREE screening of this classic Christmas movie in the atmospheric surroundings of St Catherine’s church. Mulled wine and other drinks on sale. This event is suitable for children over the age of 10.
Sunday before Christmas
Sunday 23 Dec, 10am
Family-friendly service to get you in the mood for the big day.
Monday 24 December 4pm
A fun, interactive service for all the family. Children are invited to come dressed as a Nativity character and help build the
Christmas Crib together.
Monday 24 December 11pm
Traditional candlelit communion service with carols and soloists
8am Holy Communion– An intimate service in traditional language.
10am Sung Eucharist with carols
Come and celebrate the birth of Jesus
New Year’s Eve Watchnight Service
10.30pm A special service of thanks and prayer for the New Year
All these are events are free. Everyone is welcome. They all take place at St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Road, unless otherwise indicated.
The slow unravelling of the perfect crime takes place against a blindingly white frozen backdrop, in this outstandingly quirky, extremely engaging black comedy with a first rate cast. Bring your snow plough.
Where: Lewisham Art House, 140 Lewisham Way SE14 6PD
When: Friday 7 December 2012
Starts: Doors 7.30. Quiz 8.00. Mystery film 8.45
Tickets: £5.50 (inc booking fee) in advance from We Got Tickets:
Tickets include quiz and film. There will be a donations bar and mince pies
Flirting, fighting, nudity and porridge. Join us for a heartwarming tale of love, loneliness and freedom of expression. Imagine a 1970s Swedish Big Brother with an Abba soundtrack. Swinging!
Where: Hill Station Café, Kitto Road, London SE14 5TY.
When: Friday 14 Dec 2012
Starts: Doors open 7.30. Quiz 8.00. Mystery feature film 8.45.
Tickets: £15.00 (inc booking fee) in advance from We Got Tickets:
Tickets include film, quiz and hot food.Limited capacity. Book early to avoid disappointment. For further information please reply to this email.
- Fully licensed bar
- Over 18’s only please
- Guests may want to bring a cushion
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Feeling a bit lonely this Christmas? Or just fancy a change of scene and a bit of friendly conversation. At last year’s sharing lunch we had people from at least 5 countries… who knows who will show up this time.
Bring anything to eat or drink that you are happy to share. Leftovers very welcome!
Please pass the word on to any neighbours you think might enjoy a bit of company.
12-4pm in the Hill Station, Kitto Road SE14
A great chance to experience Trinidadian flavours with a London Twist!
You are cordially invited to this Sundays Fundraiser event for New Cross Learning
(formerly New Cross Library) in the Scout Hut (25 Breakspears Rd, SE4)
Volunteers required: door donations shifts, cleaning, delivering flyers).
We are looking for some live musicians/art performers to come down and make this event extra special, our djs on the night would also love a break I’m sure for some real live music too. If you know anyone who’d be interested in taking part or dropping in pass this email or my details on…See the event on Facebook
Candida is a book binder from New Cross and makes greeting cards, books and gifts using her handcarved stamps.
Try your hand at her workshop.
“It’s a great skill and can be used to make items really personal (it’s also very quick which comes in handy when making a lot of wrapping paper!). I’ve attached a poster and would be really grateful if you could help me out by spreading the word! The courses will be taught in small groups of 5-6 so people will get plenty of one to one help and time to create beautiful wrapping paper, simple books and cards while having a friendly chat! All the best