Friday evening to Sunday lunch, 13 – 15 March 2015, Now taking bookings
Join us for a weekend at Willersley Castle, Cromford, near Matlock for a stimulating and fun weekend for everyone associated with the Beacon.
We’ll be building up our fellowship together, looking forward to our future and including everyone through a variety of activities. Possibilities include walks, a visit to a heritage centre and use of the indoor swimming and toddler pools. Flexibility for partners and children.
- Time Fri 6pm- Sun 3pm
- Date Friday, 13 March 2015
- Event Location Willersley Castle, Cromford, near Matlock
The latest edition of the newsletter is now available, providing a downloadable source of information, detailing news from around the Beacon, and events coming up in the next month or two.
It seems incredible that we are in the May half term already! As I am writing this I am due to do the Big Fun Day at Nether Green we have 11 children booked on and volunteers in place, crafts, games and general mayhem all poised, ready and waiting! Very excited and I am sure we will all have a fun time as well as sharing stories about Peter the Rock. Look out for the write up in the next newsletter! Please remember the children and their families who will be participating in your prayers. And I am grateful for all those who have given their time so that this event can take place.
The Beacon at Broomhill is hosting a fundraising Time For Tea party in support of Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
Saturday 24th May from 2pm At Broomhill Methodist Church.
Please come along and enjoy tea, coffee, sandwiches, cream scones, buns, cakes and bunting! Donations will be collected for the charity. Some cakes will also be available for sale.
- Time 2pm
- Date Saturday, 24 May 2014
- Event Location The Beacon at Broomhill
Grapevine for 4th May
Christian Aid Week: 11 - 18th May
War tears lives apart. It leaves people broken, brutalised, grief-stricken and afraid.
In some of the toughest places in the world, Christian Aid is helping people caught up in conflict to get the basics: medical care, water, food, shelter.
We keep people safe and help heal their emotional scars, providing the expert support they need to deal with their traumatic experiences.
When the fighting stops, we’re still there, helping communities walk the long road to recovery - from building homes where families can feel safe to making sure people who’ve lost everything can earn a living again.
Young people have been performing pantomimes at Stephen Hill every year since 1969 but 2014 was the first outing for Peter Pan.
The cast were all aged between 8 and 18 but their youth defied their professionalism. The singing, the dancing and the acting were all superb. A team of former cast members were involved in the writing, the lighting and sound and all the other things which go towards staging a successful show. A small team of ladies worked very hard over a period of 5 months to make sure that everyone had wonderful costumes. Parents were roped in to serve interval refreshments and Sue and Karen led a team of tuck shop sales staff. There was even a merchandise stall so that you could go home dressed as a pirate or carrying a fairy wand!
When I arrived at church on the 18th March I was given 3 teddy bears, 2 toothbrushes and £45 for the Aquabox - and I had not even asked! We have some wonderful people in our midst. A few days earlier I had taken 2 boxes to Cromford - I had only intended to take one but when I saw how many items we already had in stock I decided to go out and buy the few remaining things with cash that I had been given.