Trevor Wills: October 2016
Bridge St celebrated Harvest on 2nd October with a special service, uniting with the Andover Vineyard Church who had been sharing the premises for the last 12 months. The service was led by Rev Carmel Ieraci and Jan Woodward, with contributions from the Vineyard worship band. Carmel spoke about the 'All We Can' partnership project in Uganda to provide clean drinking water through a visible demonstration helped by the children (which explains the containers of clean and dirty water placed at the front of the church!). All food collected goes to Andover Food Bank.
A Harvest Supper was held on the Saturday before the festival, with a talk about Mission Aviation Fellowship.
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