Calendar

Dec
2
Fri
Fed and Nourished – Community Food Hub (formerly Pop-Up Pantry) @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Dec 2 @ 10:00 – 11:00

UKHarvest

All are welcome to Whyke’s first UK Harvest “Fed and Nourished” Community Food Hub at St George’s Centenary Centre, Cleveland Road, Chichester, PO19 7AD.
The Food Hub takes place fortnightly on Friday mornings 10–11 am.
Simply bring a bag and choose the food you need for a suggested donation of £3.50. You do not need a referral. Volunteers will provide welcoming cups of tea and coffee. Stop by for a chat and a friendly catch-up. The Food Hub will also be a place to get useful advice if you need it from different council services or agencies.
We encourage anyone who is on a tight budget, for any reason, to come along and get the support you need. Or you can support the Food Hub to cut down on food waste.
For more information and other locations of the Community Food Hubs if you can’t make this date, please see: https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/education/fed-and-nourished or phone 01243 696940.
Dec
7
Wed
WRAP-CHAT @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Dec 7 @ 15:00 – 16:30

The new outreach activity at St George’s is all ready to commence on Wednesday 5th October – 3pm – 4.30pm, in the Centenary Centre, entry through the carpark behind the church,
The name of the group has been confirmed as WRAP-CHAT (Whyke, Rumboldswhyke & Portfield)
All are welcome! Our first speaker to start the proceedings will be The Revd Dr Angus Reid, yes, our very own Fr Angus, his talk is entitled “Fr Angus’ journey from the day of the 9/11 attacks to Ordination”. Not to be missed! Admission £2 to include refreshments. We do hope you will be able to attend, and please bring a friend or two. We look forward to seeing you there and at future events on the 1st Wednesday of each month. Any query please have a word with Geraldine, Fr Bill Johnston or Fr Philip Meader.

Dec
14
Wed
Bread & Soup Lunch @ Christ Church
Dec 14 @ 12:00 – 13:30

Please support these lunches where your donations will be wisely used by Christian Aid in its valuable work of relieving poverty and working for justice around the world.

Eat, Chat and Give what you can

Dec
16
Fri
Fed and Nourished – Community Food Hub (formerly Pop-Up Pantry) @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Dec 16 @ 10:00 – 11:00

UKHarvest

All are welcome to Whyke’s first UK Harvest “Fed and Nourished” Community Food Hub at St George’s Centenary Centre, Cleveland Road, Chichester, PO19 7AD.
The Food Hub takes place fortnightly on Friday mornings 10–11 am.
Simply bring a bag and choose the food you need for a suggested donation of £3.50. You do not need a referral. Volunteers will provide welcoming cups of tea and coffee. Stop by for a chat and a friendly catch-up. The Food Hub will also be a place to get useful advice if you need it from different council services or agencies.
We encourage anyone who is on a tight budget, for any reason, to come along and get the support you need. Or you can support the Food Hub to cut down on food waste.
For more information and other locations of the Community Food Hubs if you can’t make this date, please see: https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/education/fed-and-nourished or phone 01243 696940.
Dec
21
Wed
Bread & Soup Lunch @ Christ Church
Dec 21 @ 12:00 – 13:30

Please support these lunches where your donations will be wisely used by Christian Aid in its valuable work of relieving poverty and working for justice around the world.

Eat, Chat and Give what you can

Dec
30
Fri
Fed and Nourished – Community Food Hub (formerly Pop-Up Pantry) @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Dec 30 @ 10:00 – 11:00

UKHarvest

All are welcome to Whyke’s first UK Harvest “Fed and Nourished” Community Food Hub at St George’s Centenary Centre, Cleveland Road, Chichester, PO19 7AD.
The Food Hub takes place fortnightly on Friday mornings 10–11 am.
Simply bring a bag and choose the food you need for a suggested donation of £3.50. You do not need a referral. Volunteers will provide welcoming cups of tea and coffee. Stop by for a chat and a friendly catch-up. The Food Hub will also be a place to get useful advice if you need it from different council services or agencies.
We encourage anyone who is on a tight budget, for any reason, to come along and get the support you need. Or you can support the Food Hub to cut down on food waste.
For more information and other locations of the Community Food Hubs if you can’t make this date, please see: https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/education/fed-and-nourished or phone 01243 696940.
Jan
4
Wed
WRAP-CHAT @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Jan 4 @ 15:00 – 16:30

The new outreach activity at St George’s is all ready to commence on Wednesday 5th October – 3pm – 4.30pm, in the Centenary Centre, entry through the carpark behind the church,
The name of the group has been confirmed as WRAP-CHAT (Whyke, Rumboldswhyke & Portfield)
All are welcome! Our first speaker to start the proceedings will be The Revd Dr Angus Reid, yes, our very own Fr Angus, his talk is entitled “Fr Angus’ journey from the day of the 9/11 attacks to Ordination”. Not to be missed! Admission £2 to include refreshments. We do hope you will be able to attend, and please bring a friend or two. We look forward to seeing you there and at future events on the 1st Wednesday of each month. Any query please have a word with Geraldine, Fr Bill Johnston or Fr Philip Meader.

Jan
13
Fri
Fed and Nourished – Community Food Hub (formerly Pop-Up Pantry) @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Jan 13 @ 10:00 – 11:00

UKHarvest

All are welcome to Whyke’s first UK Harvest “Fed and Nourished” Community Food Hub at St George’s Centenary Centre, Cleveland Road, Chichester, PO19 7AD.
The Food Hub takes place fortnightly on Friday mornings 10–11 am.
Simply bring a bag and choose the food you need for a suggested donation of £3.50. You do not need a referral. Volunteers will provide welcoming cups of tea and coffee. Stop by for a chat and a friendly catch-up. The Food Hub will also be a place to get useful advice if you need it from different council services or agencies.
We encourage anyone who is on a tight budget, for any reason, to come along and get the support you need. Or you can support the Food Hub to cut down on food waste.
For more information and other locations of the Community Food Hubs if you can’t make this date, please see: https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/education/fed-and-nourished or phone 01243 696940.
Jan
27
Fri
Fed and Nourished – Community Food Hub (formerly Pop-Up Pantry) @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Jan 27 @ 10:00 – 11:00

UKHarvest

All are welcome to Whyke’s first UK Harvest “Fed and Nourished” Community Food Hub at St George’s Centenary Centre, Cleveland Road, Chichester, PO19 7AD.
The Food Hub takes place fortnightly on Friday mornings 10–11 am.
Simply bring a bag and choose the food you need for a suggested donation of £3.50. You do not need a referral. Volunteers will provide welcoming cups of tea and coffee. Stop by for a chat and a friendly catch-up. The Food Hub will also be a place to get useful advice if you need it from different council services or agencies.
We encourage anyone who is on a tight budget, for any reason, to come along and get the support you need. Or you can support the Food Hub to cut down on food waste.
For more information and other locations of the Community Food Hubs if you can’t make this date, please see: https://www.ukharvest.org.uk/education/fed-and-nourished or phone 01243 696940.
Feb
1
Wed
WRAP-CHAT @ Centenary Centre, St Geoge's Church
Feb 1 @ 15:00 – 16:30

The new outreach activity at St George’s is all ready to commence on Wednesday 5th October – 3pm – 4.30pm, in the Centenary Centre, entry through the carpark behind the church,
The name of the group has been confirmed as WRAP-CHAT (Whyke, Rumboldswhyke & Portfield)
All are welcome! Our first speaker to start the proceedings will be The Revd Dr Angus Reid, yes, our very own Fr Angus, his talk is entitled “Fr Angus’ journey from the day of the 9/11 attacks to Ordination”. Not to be missed! Admission £2 to include refreshments. We do hope you will be able to attend, and please bring a friend or two. We look forward to seeing you there and at future events on the 1st Wednesday of each month. Any query please have a word with Geraldine, Fr Bill Johnston or Fr Philip Meader.