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Harvest Festival

Here is a listing of the Harvest services that are being conducted in Haddenham this year, 2018.

Churches Together in Haddenham

The Feast (Fair) Service will be held on the Green outside St. Mary's Church on Sunday 23rd September, commencing at 5pm. Refreshments will be available

Haddenham cum Dinton Baptist Church

16th September 10:15am Morning Service celebrating Harvest, with Methodists led by Revd Amanda Pink, followed by a BBQ in the courtyard
16th September 6:15pm Evening Worship led by Rev. Amanda Pink

Haddenham Methodist Church

23rd September 10:15am Morning Service led by Rev. Dr. Romilly Micklam, followed by soup lunch

Roman Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd

22nd September 5:00pm Mass in The Church of the Good Shepherd
23rd September 9:30am Mass in The Church of the Good Shepherd
23rd September 11:00am Mass in Our Lady of Light, Long Crendon

St Mary's Church, Haddenham (C of E)

16th October 10:30am Harvest Festival Service led by Revd Margot Hodson

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