Our Church will be holding its Patronal Festival on the weekend of 25th & 26th June 2016. It promises to be a wonderful weekend with the Church open for various events. Come along on both days to see the wonderful displays and flower arrangements from local organisations.
Saturday 25th June – The Church will be open from 10:00am until 5:00pm
DELICIOUS LUNCHES will be available on Saturday 25th June from 12 noon onwards.
An evening of music – a fantastic concert on Saturday 25th June by the Rotary Choir “Smart but Casual” – tickets £5 on the night or can be purchased from Sue Young, Sally Parker or at Church. Concert starts at 7pm.
Sunday 26th June 10am – our Annual Patronal Festival Communion Service. All warmly welcome. The Church will be open to visitors from after the service from 11:00am onwards until 4:00pm.
Entrance to the church on both days will be 50p.
A quick reminder. There is no 10am service at Ruardean Church today. We will all be at The Church of the Holy Jesus at Lydbrook for a joint Benefice service. This is at the same time of 10am. Please join us there and see the beautiful flower displays at the Flower Festival.
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Welcome to your Ministerial Team
Rector (Benefice of Drybrook, Lydbrook and Ruardean)
Reverend Nick Bromfield
The Rectory, Oakland Road, Harrow Hill, Drybrook, Gloucestershire, GL17 9JX
Rectory Tel. 01594 5422232 Mobile 07905606637
Curate (Benefice of Drybrook, Lydbrook and Ruardean)
Reverend Philip Averay
Ruardean Rectory, High Street, Ruardean, Gloucestershire, GL17 9US
Tel. 01594 546711
Reader (Benefice of Drybrook, Lydbrook and Ruardean)
4 Mountain View, Ruardean, Gloucestershire, GL17 9YT
Tel. 01594 541483 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re interested in the history of the church, this pamphlet written by the Rev’d L. J. Bower in 1972 will be of great interest: