Sunday 12th November 2017
9.00am Holy Communion
10.30am Parade Service
An opportunity to come together as a community and to remember all who fought in both World Wars and in other conflicts since, and especially those from our own parish who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
An Act of Remembrance will be held during both of the Sunday services at St Mary’s.
We shall be joined at the 10.30am Parade Service by representatives of the local Uniformed Organisations. The service will conclude with the laying of a commemorative wreath in our garden.
All our welcome to stay for refreshments served in the church hall following both services.
Saturday 7th October 2017 at 7.30pm
Don’t miss out – tickets on sale now!
Come and enjoy a fantastic evening of music and laughter at St Mary’s, courtesy of Rushmoor Male Voice Choir. With a varied repertoire covering classical and show tunes, operatic classics and contemporary modern songs you can be assured there will be something to suit all tastes. Of course the choir’s own inimitable Master of Ceremonies will be on hand to lead us through the evening’s entertainment!
The performance is in two parts and during the interval refreshments will be served in the church hall.
Tickets are priced at £5 each and are available from St Mary’s Church Office, Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm, telephone 01276 685167 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment is accepted at the door on the night. However, to avoid disappointment, we advise contacting the office in advance to reserve your tickets.
This well known local choir will be performing at St Mary’s to help raise monies for St Mary’s Nursery New Build Project. Our nursery will be relocating to a modern building on the site of the Bowling Club Pavilion in Watchetts Recreation Ground and work has already begun preparing the site for this exciting new venture.
To know more about our Nursery’s plans for the new site please click here http://www.stmarysnurserycamberley.co.uk/newbuild/
Retiring collection for the New Build Project will be held at the end of the evening.
Hearing Aid Aftercare in the Community
Do you have an NHS hearing aid? Taking care of your hearing aid means it will work better, last longer, and maybe save you unnecessary trips to your audiologist.
We are pleased to announce we now have a Hearing Champion, NHS trained by the audiology department at the Royal Surrey Hospital, available each month to carry out basic maintenance to NHS hearing aids.
A drop-in clinic will be held on the first Wednesday of each month at St Mary’s Church, from 12 noon to 2pm. This is a FREE service for people with NHS hearing aids and includes basic maintenance, battery supply, cleaning and re-tubing, trouble-shooting and advice.
Please remember to bring your brown NHS Battery Book (which includes your settings and requirements) and don’t forget your hearing aid.
A Guildford Diocese initiative, in partnership with the NHS and St Mary’s Church in Camberley
Please join us for our Community Carol Service at
St Mary’s Church, Camberley.
This is our first of Christmas Services this year and will be by candlelight, with mulled wine and festive treats served afterwards in the Church Hall. Bring your friends and family to enjoy this special time of year.