As well as drinking tea, eating Brenda's chocolate Brownies and reading and praying together we painted small stones with symbols of peace.
The final Memory Box before the summer was great fun as we enjoyed a Beetle Drive together with some excellent cake and conversation. Memory Box returns on 16th September
Biscuit Barrel Church Youth Group met for the final time this school year for a picnic, games and the annual water fight.
Today the Gillingham in Bloom Judges visited Milton on Stour Churchyard as part of their tour of the town. The Living Churchyard
On Tuesday our after school church group built a bug church. We had great fun with these very enthusiastic young builders. The
Messy Church had a table at the Town Meadow Fete with a toilet twinning theme. Making selfies from biscuits, icing and sweets
Trying to score a goal past ‘the vicar’ was a very popular stall!!!
Bishop Nick, the Bishop of Salisbury came to lead our worship in St Nicholas Church Silton on Sunday 26th May to celebrate
Celebrations of God’s creation, and the blessing of the crops, animals, farms, school and dwellings in our benefice. A special service on
Bishop Nicholas is coming to take a service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer at St Nicholas Church, Silton