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Closed 11/11/2018



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    Weʼve raised £0 to help us improve the special support facilities in our church and to provide more outreach to our local community.

    Hayling Island, UK
    Closed on Sunday, 11th November 2018

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    We are a small community based church on Hayling Island. We would love to encourage younger people to our church and on Saturday 13th October and in keeping with being close to the sea, we are launching a new boat style altar and having a fun sailing themed party!

    We are very active in the community and our mission and outreach groups include a lunch club for children, a young baby and toddler group, adult groups, girls brigade as well as our ever expanding group to support the local elderley community such as a musical cinema afternoon

    We are not an old fashioned church but enjoy supporting each other as well as those around us. You would be most welcome to come and join us for this celebratiom!



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        St Andrews Church

        St Andrews Church

        Hayling Island, UK

        St Andrews is a small community led Anglican informal church, built in 1964. We also have a modern hall is a available to use by members of the local community.

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