To promote and encourage the Spiritual, Physical and Social Welfare of the village and community. To witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Thursday 9 July 2020
There are no immediate plans to re-open the Chapel for worship or community use as the present limitations make it difficult to see how to do this safely for the moment.
However, the Trustees will keep this under review and look forward to being able to welcome everyone back inside as soon as the way ahead becomes clearer.
It is hoped that a joyful, joint service with St Martins can be held to celebrate Harvest and Climate Sunday on October 3rd. Look out for more information nearer the time.
Come and join us on the Recreation Ground for a picnic lunch.
Saturday 25 July 2020, noon - 2 p.m.
The Chapel Trustees have set up an emergency foodbank in the porch of the chapel, to be accessed 24 hours every day from tonight
This is for everyone having financial difficulty getting essential provisions due to self isolation, illness or loss of wages as a result of corona virus.This will be funded initially by the Chapel. Please consider the food bank when doing your shopping and buy some extra items to drop into the porch such as pasta, tea,coffee, biscuits, toilet rolls, cleaning products. If you can & would like to make financial donation, please post it into the letterbox outside. Don't forget , eggs are still available.
Take Care, everyone, look after each other and keep safe.
We have been contacted by Wotton Area Mutual Aid to ask us to publicise their existence and what they can offer, particularly during the Covid 19 emergency.
We know that many people will look to family and friends for assistance during the Covid-19 outbrak, but Wotton Area Mutual Aid group is here to make sure that no one is left alone, by connecting people in need, with local volunteers who are available to help out.
People can request assistance by following this link:
https://buff.ly/394Hz18 or by calling 07545 042794 Website:wottonareamutualaid.co.uk
This is a very genuine organisation that is helping people in North Nibley already,but others may not know about it.
Did your birthday fall during Lockdown? Did you miss out on a birthday party? Well mine did ....
and I'm quite cheesed off about it. When we are all allowed out again to play the Chapel Trustees will organise a bring and share birthday tea party in the chapel one afternoon - date tba. We'll will put up a list somewhere for you to add your name, or anyone you know in the village who's missed their birthday and we'll make sure they receive an invitation. Watch this space for more details.