Do you know of anyone with catering experience who might be interested in the post of Café Manager?
Please speak to Janet for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe that everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share their point of view. Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith and it runs all around the globe.
Everyone is welcome at Alpha. Feel free to give it a go. Even just for one session. There's no pressure, no follow up and no charge.
Our 'Toast' team will be running an 8 session the Gateway Centre, London Road, Bath, BA1 6DH in May 2019 starting on the 23rd May. Click on the link below to find out more or to sign up.
There are plans to bring a large scale passion play production to Bath on Good Friday 2020. There is a meeting about it on Thursday 23rd May 2019 at St Michael's Without. Why not go along, think about getting involved and look out for more information?
On the 17th May 2019 is one of our busiest and ‘buzziest’ events when our doors will be open wide to hundreds of visitors.
Would you like to be part of the team that welcomes them to our church for Bath Festival’s Party in the City? Please speak to Janet for more details. email@example.com
Come along and join us with establishing a Wild Flower Meadow in the corner of the South Garden on Thursday 16th May from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
This is part of an initiative where The Avon Wildlife Trust are partnering with Wild Walcot.
It's also a really fun thing to bring children along to after school.
We warmly invite you to join us on Friday 10th May from 6:30 - 8:30pm as we celebrate this opportunity to use the Gateway Centre in new and different ways.
There will be finger food provided and a time for games during the evening.
Please bring your own drinks
There is limited capacity so please speak to Yein if you are interested in coming - firstname.lastname@example.org .
Henry Brown is giving an illustrated talk to the History of Bath Research Group about the marble wall monuments in the context of the church's history, and the move from burials in the church itself to the development of "garden" cemeteries on remote sites. He will be looking at the people commemorated, and their connection with Bath, and the stylistic changes to the monuments themselves. There will be a chance to examine our unique above-ground mausoleum. Church friends are very welcome, but the MBRG suggests a donation of £2 towards its non-members of the group. Doors open at 6.00pm and the talk begins at 6.30pm.