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St. Peter's Charitable Giving Association

St. Peter's Charitable Giving Association
The mission and charity giving association of St. Peter's Church
  • St. Peter's Sponsored child – Ryle Francis Alura
    will be 7 yrs old on March 6th and we would like to invite you to send a birthday card.
  • A huge thank you
    For the support given to the concert last Saturday.
  • CONCERT KORA
    Saturday 9 January 2016 at 17h00

    Concert held in St Peter's in aid of S.E.L. Led by Chantal Birchon and a group of kora players (West African stringed instrument).

    “We are 7 musicians from the 4 corners of France, and we have the pleasure to invite you to our concert of kora, flute, & crystal harp.
    The entrance is free ; all donations will be given to the charity S.E.L.
    We will play works, hymns & psalms from KEUR MOUSSA, ...     more ...
  • Asylum Seekers in Calais
    CGA - Responding to the crisis of the Asylum Seekers in Calais
    Monday 22nd December 2014
    Nick Clarke, Tris Congreve, Cheryl Jones, Kenzie Jones and Henny Davies met at St. Peter's Church Centre, Chantilly to collect up donations of blankets, sleeping bags, coats, men shoes, tents etc which had been amassing over the last two weeks. We filled two cars to the ceilings and left soon after 8am.
    We arrived at the village of Wierre-Effroy and met wi ...     more ...
  • A sunny but solemn walk around Thiepval Sept. 2014
    A good-sized group gathered at the Thiepval Memorial on Sunday 28th September to take a walk through a small section of the battlefields of the Somme. Adults, children and dogs made a picnic lunch their first priority and then off we set on this seven kilometre walk.

    A glorious sunny afternoon similar to the morning weather on 1st July 1916, formed the backdrop to our ramble across the fields, down to the river valley of the Ancre and along t ...     more ...