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There are 13 photo albums.

Whitewater Benefice Churches
Whitewater Benefice Churches

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Whitewater Benefice Windows
Whitewater Benefice Stained Glass Windows

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Celebrations in our Churches - Baptisms, Weddings etc. If you have any photos of Celebrations at one of our churches and would like to share your photos, please email

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St John's
Photos from activities or events in St John's Hook

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Flowers in church
A selection of images of floral displays from our Churches

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Messy Church at St John's
Children aged from 0 to 11 years are invited to bring their parent, grandparent or carer to Messy Church at St John's usually on the 3rd Friday each month.

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Lunch Club
On the second Tuesday of the month, at 12.30pm the Lunch Club meet in the Narthex at St John's for a two course a la carte menu. Much of the food is home made. Lunch costs £5, please sign up via the office.

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Open the Book
For the last 20 years Open the Book takes and shares bible stories to primary school children. In his set of pictures they present 2 Chronicles and the story of Josiah from a presentation made during a family service. The Benefice OTB team visit the local schools, and also will help with family services from time to time.

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Memorials to those who have given their lives in war and conflict so we may live in peace

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Walk Through Easter - 2016
Children from our local primary school, Whitewater Church of England Primary school visited Rotherwick church and grounds to re-discover the story of the last week of Jesus’ life. The wonderful Open the Book story-telling team worked with Rev Marion to offer an interactive story-telling in eight scenes. Scene 1 ‘Hopes’ we talked about our hopes and dreams, as we remembered the excitement of Palm Sunday. Scene 2: ‘Servant King’ we remembered Jesus washing the feet of his disciples. Scene 3, around the Communion table was called ‘Remember me’, when we learned about the Last Supper, to remember the meaning of Jesus’ offering of himself. Scene 4, ‘Alone’, we learned about the Garden of Gethsemane. At Scene 5, ‘Denial’ we re-told the story of Peter’s unkindness, beside a lit brazier, and learned about God’s forgiveness. Back in Church we sat beside the Cross, Scene 6 ‘Sharing our Sorrows’, hearing the story of the crucifixion, we lit candles for people we know who are sad. Scene 7 ‘Rejoice!’ was outside, as we began to appreciate the good news of early on Easter Sunday morning, with the empty tomb, and then we created a poster on the pulpit. At the final Scene 8 ‘All things new’ the children wrote their own response to the Easter story. Thanks to Sandra Pickworth and Brigitte Maynes for organising, and all our creative and story-telling team.

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Paces we have visited

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Photos from activities & celebrations in Heckfield with Mattingley & Rotherwick

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