A September Diary

September in Winchester churches – lots happening.

5th – 9th The Cathedral has the flower festival running (tickets required).

9th Winbap starts a Sunday afternoon all age gathering with crafts, activities, stories and worship, finishing with a bring and share tea. Commences 3.30 p.m.


10th The Baptist church starts a new CAP money course. This is free and open to anyone regardless of faith, register your interest at cap@winbap.org.uk






18th Winchester Vineyard kicks off the Churches Together recovery course, open to all, for more information or to register (first name only required) email









19th As part of the World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel, there will be a screening of the film ‘From Balfour to Banksy: Divisions and Visions in Palestine’ in Winchester at the United Church 7.30pm. Tickets are free and available from https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-balfour-to-banksy-divisions-and-visions-in-palestine-tickets-48209117769 on registration to show interest








21st St John The Baptist Church, St John’s Street are hosting a conversation between Katie Adie and Luke Harding (foreign correspondent for The Guardian) Tickets £15 each available from info@footprintsproject.co.uk all proceeds to go to The Footprints Project. Commences 6.30 p.m.

23rd Support George Watkinson and friends running the Winchester half marathon in aid of the new Winchester Hospice appeal.

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