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BABY LOSS AWARENESS WEEK

Join the Global Wave of Light

Our Wave of Light Service remembers little ones lost at any stage of pregnancy, birth or infancy. If this is something which affects you do come and join us as we light candles and remember them. Write your loved ones name on the list in St Michael’s for reading out at the Service or email admin@knightsenham.org.uk to have it added if you can’t make it. We will be taking donations for Piggles Trust, a charity acting locally to provide pre-school education in hospitals.

BLAW, 9-15th October, raises awareness of and the conversation around baby loss to ensure everyone gets the support they need. Throughout the week bereaved parents, their families and friends, unite with each other and others across the world to commemorate the lives of babies who have died. Now in its 17th year, BLAW calls for tangible improvements in research, care and policy around bereavement support and highlights what is available. If you have experienced such a loss BLAW has lots of information on resources and support.

What

Wave of Light Service

When

Sunday 13th October @ 6pm

Where

St Michael’s, Church Lane, Knights Enham, Hampshire, SP10 4DS.

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MEET YOUR VICAR!

Ever wanted to ask a question about church or faith? Now you can!

Perhaps there is something you have always wanted to ask about God, or you are thinking of getting married and want to know about church weddings. Whatever it might be your local vicar, Rev Lee Davies, is here to help.

  • Got questions about Christianity?
  • Want to make an enquiry about a church wedding, funeral or Christening?
  • Or maybe you are just curious to see what Lee is like!

Who is Lee?

The Vicar of St Paul’s, Smannell Road and St Michael’s, Knights Enham. The Parish is called Knights Enham and it covers North Andover, including Augusta Park. The churches are part of the Church of England.

When

Every Tuesday 4-5pm.

Where

Cafe area, YMCA East Anton, Dairy Road (off Smannell Road), Andover, SP11 6UL.

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