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Saturday 25 March
Dorchester and District "Sharing the Love" Christian Aid Coffee Morning - United Church, Dorchester - 10am-12.15pm. Come and join us and a number of other social justice organisations in a "Sharing the Love" coffee morning in support of Christian Aid. There will be books, DVDs, cakes, cards, Fair Trade goods as well as a range of campaigning materials to read with your tea and coffee. For more information please contact Tony McDougal (Tel: 07766133788).
Friday March 10th for five Fridays
CHURCHES TOGETHER LENT COURSE 12.30-1.30 at The Quiet Space 'RECEIVING CHRIST' -York course Come when you can.
Sunday 19th March
World Church Sunday, 19th March, 10.30 a.m. service at the United Church Dorchester. Speaker Huw Jones will introduce our World Church Project for 2017: Virtual Doctors is a unique service, designed with rural Africa in mind, connecting remote healthcare workers in Zambia with a panel of medical experts in the UK who give diagnosis and treatment advice. As a result, patients are diagnosed more quickly and more often treated in their own communities. Huw will speak about this work and of his recent experience in Zambia during the morning service, and at a fundraising lunch to be held in the church hall afterwards. All are welcome to attend either or both events: tickets for the lunch are available for a donation of no less than £5 by contacting Maria Jacobson
Saturday 8th April
World Church Easter Coffee Morning, 8th April, 10.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m., United Church Dorchester. Come and join us for tea or coffee in the church hall, together with a slice of homemade cake or a hot cross bun; stalls will include bric-a-brac, plants, books, homemade cakes and biscuits, and Mary Creighton and her team's unique and excellent quality homemade Easter crafts. There will also be competitions like 'Guess the weight of the Easter Basket' and 'Guess the name of the doll'. Entry is free, and all proceeds from the day will support the work of Virtual Doctors in Zambia. Donations to any of the stalls will be very welcome, especially homemade cakes and biscuits!