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PUBLISHED: 09:00 17 April 2009 | UPDATED: 08:59 06 July 2010

||Sunday services - On Sunday at St Mark's Church, Bridge Road there will be a service of holy communion for all ages at 10.10am. Services during the week are: Holy communion on Wednesday at 9.

||Sunday services - On Sunday at St Mark's Church, Bridge Road there will be a service of holy communion for all ages at 10.10am. Services during the week are: Holy communion on Wednesday at 9.30am and morning prayer on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9.30am. St Luke's Church, Homefield Avenue will be holding a service of morning worship at 9.30am.

||Open House - On Wednesday Open House is at St Mark's Church Centre from 10-11.30am where you will find bargain buys, books, Traidcraft, other stalls, refreshments and a chat.

||Church Meeting - On Wednesday evening at 7.30pm the annual parochial church meeting takes place at St Mark's Church Centre.

||Mothers' Union - At the next meeting of St Mark's and St Luke's Mothers' Union on Wednesday at 2.30pm, members are asked to either bring an object to speak about or a favourite poem to read. New members welcome.

||Ladies' Guild - David Rudd will be talking about heraldry at the next meeting of St Luke's Ladies Guild at St Luke's Church Centre at 2.15pm. New members are invited to come along.

||Patronal Weekend - On Saturday, April 25 at 2pm as part of the Patronal Weekend there will be a children's party at 2pm at St Mark's Church for children aged 11 and under. There will be professional children's entertainers in the vicarage garden. At 7pm there is a buffet, auction of promises and a slide show on Oulton Broad and the growth of Lowestoft given by John Holmes in the church centre. Tickets are £5 from the church office or Park Pharmacy.


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