URC Harvest Festival Celebrations

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All are welcome on 23rd September to a Charity Lunch from Noon to 2pm in the URC Hall, Wiltown

The charity is the RNLI — Royal National Lifeboat Association. Recognising the charitable status of the RNLI and the part they played in the Somerset floods of February and March 2014 the Curry Rivel URC have chosen to support these ordinary people to do their extraordinary and courageous work.

You are also welcome to a Harvest Thanksgiving Service in the chapel from 10:30. Fresh produce, toiletries, packets and tins would be gratefully received as donated produce will be taken to the Open Door charity based in Taunton. Open Door work to relieve need, hardship, distress or poverty by providing shelter and associated services including meals.

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