Our annual All Souls’ Day service will take place at 6pm on Sunday 4 November. If you will be at our All Souls Service and would like the names of any of your loved ones read out during the service, please write their name on the list in St Giles, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. During the service, we will first read the names of those of who have died this year. All welcome to this service.
7pm, Wednesday 19 September | Michael Richardson will give a slide show – ‘New Discoveries’ plus a selection of photographs of ‘Gilesgate Past’ in the St Giles Parish Centre. There will be a quiz, with one of Michael’s books as a prize. Admission by donation. All Welcome.
Health Trainers from the NHS Well Being for Life scheme will be visiting St Giles on Wednesday 6 September between 12-2pm. This free service offers 1-1 and group health and wellbeing support, including health checks, healthy lifestyle talks/presentations and also personalised support with healthy eating etc. Please invite folk to come along to this.
Join us for our St Giles Day Celebrations:
10am – 11.30am | Coffee Morning in the Church Hall
10am – 4pm | Now that’s what I call Durham, 1960s, 70s & 80s Exhibition | Michael Richardson will present a exhibition of photographs of Durham in the St Giles Parish Centre. Entry is via donation, tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.
11.45am – 12.30pm | Organ Recital for St Giles Day | Andrew Robinson will be performing a special organ recital for St Giles Day. This will take place after the coffee morning in the hall. Entry by donation.
Lemon and sugar, or golden syrup? What’s your favourite? However you like your pancakes, why not join us to enjoy them on Shrove Tuesday 13th February? We’ll be serving up lovely homemade pancakes in the church hall from 6pm for just £1 per person. There will be lots of toppings, plus a quiz and a pancake decorating contest! See you then!