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No 587               Circulation:  431          6th December 2018
next issue 20th December    (deadline 18th December)

Events Summary
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Saturday 1st to Saturday 29th December - Rookley Methodist Prayer Hub
December at Carisbrooke Priory
December - Christmas Celebrations at Bethany Evangelical and Congregational Newport
December - Christmas Services ar Newchurch and Arreton
From 6th December - The 22nd Brighstone Christmas Tree Festival
Thursday 6th December - Lights of Love Wootton
Thursday 6th December - Lights of Love Carol Service at All Saints Newchurch
Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th Dec - Christmas Display and Lights of Love at Cowes Methodist
December onwards - Youth For Christ Event Dates
Friday 7th December - Revive's Winter Wonderland at Wootton

Saturday 8th December - Come and Sing - Holy Cross Church Binstead

Saturday 8th December - All Day Breakfast and Christmas Fayre - Wootton
Saturday 8th December - Festive Musical Coffee Morning in Ryde
Saturday 8th December - Ryde Elim Church Craft Fair
Saturday and Sunday 8th and 9th December - Cowes German Christmas Market
Sunday 9th December - Orpheus Singers at Bonchurch Parish Church
Monday 10th December - FGBMFI Dinner at The Chequers Inn, Rookley
Monday 10th December _ Dementia Friendly Carol Service - Newport Congregational Church
Wednesday 12th December - Dementia Friendly Carol Service - St Mary the Virgin Brading

Wednesday 12th December - All Inclusive? Traning Course and Carol Service at Westbrook
Thursday 13th December - Dementia Friendly Carol Service - St John the Baptist Ryde
Thursday 13th December - Lights of Love Arreton

Thursday 13th December - Christian Reflections Concert - Salvation Army Newport
Fri 14th and Sat 15th December - Get your Christmas Pet Portraits by Christian Beasley
Friday 14th to 16th December - Christmas on a plate at Ryde Methodist
Friday 14th December - Dementia Conversations Ryde
Friday 14th December - Big Story at Durley nr Hedge End with Steve Lee of Miracle Street.

Saturday 15th December - Carols and Mince Pies at Ryde Methodist
Sunday 16th December - Candelight Carols at St John's Ryde
Wednesday 19th December - Carols around the Tree at Ryde Methodist
Friday 21st Dec -
Newchurch Male Voice Choir Christmas Concert - All Saints Newchurch
Christmas - Events and Services in Wootton
Christmas - Services at All Saints Newchurch
Christmas Eve - Christingle Service at St John's Church Ryde
Monday 31st December -
Family Quiz & Fireworks from the Far East - St Mark’s Church Wootton

January - 2019
Saturday 12th January - Story of Richard Wurmbrand with Rev Imtiaz Ashraf at Shanklin URC
Saturday 19th January - Confidential Service Training Day
Wednesday 23rd January - Time Out Cafe - Ryde
Friday 25th January - Wight Church - All Island Worship Event with Pete Greig

July and August - 2019
July - Isle of Wight Christian Music Festival – Lionheart - Details in due course
4th - 10th August - United 19 - New Wine - Book Now with others from the Island

Ongoing Events 
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Source:  Jane Dronfield   ca.wightmethodist@hotmail.co.uk

December at Carisbrooke Priory


Phone: 01983 523354


Source:  Phil Edwards   philtedwards@outlook.com

The 22nd Brighstone Christmas Tree Festival


The 22nd Brighstone Christmas Tree Festival. Dec 6th -9th

Free Admission. Viewing in all venues Dec 6th – 9th  from 10am to 5pm. (Thereafter in three venues until December 31st).

Those who have been to this special festival already know how fantastic it is, as they return year after year. If you haven’t been before than give yourself a treat and banish those winter blues with the most joyful event imaginable. You will not believe what you see so do come and celebrate our 22nd Festival with us.

Fun for all the family, lots to see and enjoy with  over 200 beautiful  “theme decorated” Christmas Trees on display in seven very different locations. (Brighstone Church, the Methodist Church, The Wilberforce Hall, The Three Bishops Pub, The Reading Rooms, Mottistone Church and the Isle of Wight Pearl). In addition we have the children’s trees in the library and on the Saturday and Sunday you can see Santa in the Winter Wonderland at the Exchange in New Rd, (halfway between the Parish Church and the Methodist Church).

Free Admission to all concerts both during the festival and even into the following week (all in the Parish Church set against the backdrop of all the trees). There will be a myriad of attractions to entertain you and put you in the festive mood and it’s all FREE.  Carol singing, Handbell ringing, Craft Fairs, Mini Market at the weekend, Lace making demonstrations, Cake and Biscuit Raffles, The Winter Wonderland Snow Grotto, Daily Refreshments available to purchase, Soup lunches available on the Saturday and Crepes available on the Sunday in the Scout Centre between 11am and 4pm. Free glass of Mulled Wine (while stocks last) in the Reading Rooms and Social Club  on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 12 and 4pm courtesy of the Isle of Wight Pearl.

A  Free Park and Ride will operate from the Isle of Wight Pearl and Brighstone Holiday Centre on the Military Rd into Brighstone village with a further Free shuttle service to Mottistone and back. Please see full programme for further details.


For the children there is a competition for the best decorated mini Christmas tree. The trees can be purchased after Nov 6th (cost just £2.50) from the Brighstone Community Library in North St. Tel: 740446 (open Tues 9.30-12.30; Thurs 1.30-4.00 and Sat 10.00–4.00). Return the tree to the library by Tuesday Dec 4th  to be judged during the festival. Prizes for the winners, NB. The Library will be open every day from 6th -9th Dec.

All donations / proceeds from refreshments, concerts etc, to local and national charities. To date over £120,000 raised for local and national charities.

All are welcome to the special “Lights of Love “ carol service at 7.00 pm on Wednesday, Dec 5th at Brighstone Church. Please come and support our Mountbatten Hospice.  Tree lighting  by Nigel Hartley, CEO The Mountbatten Hospice also attended by the Isle of Wight’s High Sheriff Mrs Gioia Minghella-Giddens together with Councillor Lora Peacey-Wilcox (Chairman  of the IoW Council) and other council members. Refreshments to follow this short service. 

Don’t forget that the trees in three locations will still be on show after the Festival until Dec 31st . 

With well over 100 trees on display in Brighstone Church and the Isle of Wight Pearl there is still much to see. There will be two concerts in the following week which, against the background of the trees will be truly magnificent. Admission free. Donations welcomed. All welcome. Refreshments on offer.

Download the Programme and Events Timetable   Large File

Brighstone Web Site

Source:  Chris Goodman chris@brighstone.org
Lights of Love Carol Service

at All Saints Newchurch
Thursday 6th December at 6.30pm

Remembering those we love who have died, with Newchurch Primary School Choir and the
Shanklin Town Brass Band supporting the Mountbatten Light Up A Life campaign followed by refreshments.


You are invited to join us singing carols and celebrating both the work of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice and the lives of those people in our hearts this Christmas. 

Source:   Nicola Broadsmith nicolabroadsmith@gmail.com



Events and Services happening in Wootton

Big Cooked Breakfast & Christmas Fayre

Saturday  8th December
9.30am - 1.30pm 
at St Mark’s Church, Wootton

Sunday 9th December
Holy Communion, with 'Explorers' for youngsters (St Mark’s Church Wootton)

    10.00am Family Short & Snappy Service (Wootton Bridge Methodist Church)

     6.00pm Evensong (St Edmund’s Church, Wootton)

Sunday 16th December
   8.00am Holy Communion (St Edmund’s Church)

   9.30am Nativity Dress-up Service & All Age Worship (St Mark’s Church)

   10.00am Morning Service ( Wootton Bridge Methodist Church)

   5.00pm Coffee and mince pies followed by Carols with the Salvation Army Band at 5.30pm
     (Wootton Bridge Methodist Church)

Saturday 23rd December
   9.30am Holy Communion, with 'Explorers' for youngsters (St Mark’s Church)

   4.00pm Family Carol Service (Wootton Bridge Methodist Church)

   6.00pm traditional Nine Lessons and Carols (St Edmund’s Church)

Monday 24th December
   4.00pm Christingle Service (St Mark’s Church)

   11.30pm traditional Midnight Mass (St Mark’s Church)

Tuesday 25th December
   10.00am Christmas Day Service of Eucharist (St Edmund’s Church)

   10.00am Christmas Day service ( Wootton Bridge Methodist Church)

Mon 31st December - 2.30 - 4.30pm Family Quiz & Fireworks from the Far East (St Mark’s Church)

Source:  Nicola Broadsmith nicolabroadsmith@gmail.com








Christmas Services at Newchurch and Arreton

Lights of Love Carol Service remembering those we love who have died at All Saints Newchurch Thursday 6th December at 6.30pm with Newchurch Primary School Choir and the Shanklin Town Brass Band supporting the Mountbatten Light Up A Life campaign followed by refreshments.

Lights of Love Carol Service remembering those we love who have died at St Georges Church Arreton on Thursday 13th December at 6.30pm with the children of Arreton Primary School and the Shanklin Town Brass Band supporting the Mountbatten Light Up A Life campaign followed by refreshments.
Newchurch Male Voice Choir Christmas Concert at All Saints Newchurch on Friday 21st December at 7 pm followed by refreshments
Christingle in aid of the Childrens Society at All Saints Church at 4pm on Christmas Eve
Christmas Holy Communion at 11.30 pm on Christmas Eve at All Saints Church Newchurch
Christmas Day All Age Service with Holy Communion at 10 am in All Saints Church Newchurch
Carols at Christmas on Christmas Eve at St Georges Church Arreton at 4pm

Source:  colleenaluinn@aol.com




This year's CHRISTMAS DISPLAY will be held
from Thursday 6th December until Saturday 8th December
from 11am until 4pm and
Sunday 9th December 2pm until 4pm.

All welcome.

On Thursday 6th December at 6.30pm

and on

Sunday there will be a CAROL SERVICE amongst the trees.

Source: Pat Chessell patchessell@tiscali.co.uk



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Source:  peterevive@aol.com


Come and Sing - an evening of Christmas music and carols

at Holy Cross Church, Binstead
on Saturday 8th December starting at 7.30pm

Tickets £3 to include tea, coffee and mince pie.
Accompanied children free.
Further details and bookings - please call Joan 614053, Tina 611020 or Hilary 615551.

Source:  Margie Shaw   01983 615021  




with live seasonal music from 11am, plenty of stalls to browse, refreshments and cooked breakfast to enjoy

Source:   Nicola Broadsmith nicolabroadsmith@gmail.com


Source:  ferncottagebandb@gmail.com


Ryde Elim Church Craft Fairs

to be held at the Methodist Church, Garfeild Road, Ryde.
10.00am until 12.30pm
Refreshments are available, Tea, Coffee and Squash.
Various stalls, one selling delicious homemade Cakes and Savouries and others selling craft goods and pre-loved items. 
All funds raised are for the Ryde Elim Church.
They are as follows for 2018:-
December 8th


Source:  Helen Parry    helenspa@hotmail.com


Orpheus Singers - Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

at St Boniface Parish Church, Bonchurch PO38 1RQ
Sunday December 9th at 3.00pm 
Followed by tea and cake

Join us for our traditional service with carols and readings telling the story of the birth of Christ and the redemption of mankind.

Christmas Eve December 24th - Crib Service 4 pm

Source:   Sally Fitzgerald
  salfitzb@googlemail.com and Norman Cave    norman@cavehousehold.co.uk


Dinner at The Chequers Inn, Rookley on Monday 10th December 2018 at 7.15 pm for 7.30 pm
The guest speaker will be Pastor Josh White
Josh is the Youth and Families Pastor at Victory Gospel Church in Southampton, overseeing the children, teenagers and university student ministries. A third generation preacher, Josh grew up in the church knowing and loving God. However, in October 2014, Josh had a radical encounter with The Holy Spirit that birthed a prophetic gift that would mark his life and ministry forever.
Pastor Josh has a deep desire to see The Spirit touch the lives of people and to see them set free.
The cost of the evening will be £16 per person.
Please make your booking by Friday 7th December at the latest. 

The menu details are as follows:
Main Course
Roast Beef
Vegetarian Option
Halloumi lightly spiced bun
Risotto (Vegetarian or Fish)
Apple Pie with Cream or Custard
Fruit Salad
Ice Cream

To book, and provide your choice of menu, please contact Sue or Steve Woodford by telephoning 01983 528586 or sending an email to suepwoodford@outlook.com 

All Inclusive?

An essential training seminar for parents, teachers, church leaders, youth and children’s leaders and anyone who cares about children and young people with special or additional needs. Hosted and presented by Mark Arnold - Additional Needs Ministry Director at Urban Saints.
Wednesday 12th December
17:45 to 19:30
Urban Saints Westbrook Centre, Oakhill Road, Ryde, PO33 1PU
Tickets: Free
Followed by the annual Urban Saints Westbrook Carol Service (see below)
To book tickets, call 01983 811118 or westbrook@urbansaints.org

Source:  Paul Windo


Carol Service
Urban Saints Westbrook Centre, Oakhill Road, Ryde, PO33 1PU

Wednesday 12th December

Refreshments included
Call 01983 811118 or email westbrook@urbansaints.org to let us know you will be joining us.

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Lights of Love Carol Service

at St Georges Church Arreton 
on Thursday 13th December at 6.30pm 
remembering those we love who have died, with the children of Arreton Primary School and the
Shanklin Town Brass Band supporting the Mountbatten Light Up A Life campaign followed by refreshments.

Carols at Christmas on Christmas Eve at St Georges Church Arreton at 4pm




Source: Ed - admin@wightchurch.net

Christmas on a Plate Display at Ryde Methodist Church

14th to 16th December: 
Display of 'Christmas on a Plate' in the church. 
Plates can be set up for display on Thursday 13h. 
Open to children and adults / groups and individuals

Source:  Shirley Whittingstall  


Source: Mike Brooke mclabrooke@aol.com


Christingle Service at Ryde Methodist

Friday 14th December  at 6 pm
at Ryde Methodist Church, Garfield Road, Ryde, PO33 2PT

Source:  Shirley Whittingstall  


Mince Pies & Carols in the church hall

Saturday 15th December from 10 to 12 noon

at Ryde Methodist Church, Garfield Road, Ryde,
PO33 2PT

Source:  Shirley Whittingstall


                            at St John's, High Park Rd, Ryde

A family friendly, all-age Christmas Celebration with traditional and modern carols and Christmas songs by candlelight.

Source:  Mike Brooke

 Carols around the Tree Service

Wednesday 19th December at 6 pm
at Ryde Methodist Church, Garfield Road, Ryde, PO33 2PT

Tuesday 25th December: Christmas Day Service at 10.15 am

Source:  Shirley Whittingstall

Newchurch Male Voice Choir Christmas Concert 

at All Saints Newchurch

on Friday 21st December
at 7 pm followed by refreshments

Source:  colleenaluinn@aol.com

Christmas Services at All Saints Newchurch
Christingle in aid of the Childrens Society 
at All Saints Church Newchurch at 4pm on Christmas Eve
Christmas Holy Communion at 11.30 pm on Christmas Eve at All Saints Church Newchurch
Christmas Day All Age Service with Holy Communion at 10 am in All Saints Church Newchurch

Midnight Christmas Holy Communion:  Come and see in Christmas Day with us.
Christmas Day:  10am.  Christmas Holy Communion.

Source:  Mike Brooke mclabrooke@aol.com

Rev Imtiaz Ashraf from Release International, and based in Kent, is our guest for the weekend and will speak on Sunday morning at 10.30am at Shanklin URC and share in the prayer group for persecuted Christians on the Monday at 10am.  
Source:  Brian Harley 


Contact 617174 for more details
Source:  Mike Brooke


Confidential Service Training Day

The Living Room in Newport (next to the Baptist church) has a listening service. We have someone here you can chat to every Monday from 11am - 2pm.
There is a training day from 10.00 - 3.30pm on Sat 19th Jan 2019.
Cost £5.

It will be held in the Congregational Church in Pyle Street.

To apply please contact  Nava Young Navayoung@aol.com  Tel: 852680 or go to the Living Room and see Pete Luther.

Source: Nava Young Navayoung@aol.com



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JULY 2019

Isle of Wight Christian Music Festival – Lion Heart, July 2019

Ephesians 5:19  “speaking to one another with psalms, hymns and songs from the Spirit. 
Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord~
Lion Heart, we believe, is a God given vision for an Isle of Wight Christian Music Festival. 
We believe that God is love, we believe Jesus came among us and died for us and we believe God is wanting to move powerfully through this country and music is a great way to bring believers of all denominations and non believers together to worship and experience God.
Joe Shurmer, heading up the Leadership Team of Lion Heart says revival, reclaiming souls, uniting churches and families, reaching out, planting seeds for life-long change is his heart for the Festival, as it is unanimously with the rest of the team.
Our reason for believing this is God’s leading is primarily because it is scriptural, plus a seemingly random group of people had been thinking the same idea much at the same time.  ‘Mysteriously’ these people were drawn together and ‘coincidently’ this core group have relevant and complimenting skills and experience – almost as though we were all being primed!? Even the name Lion Heart came to us through group prayer and after doing a bit of  ‘googling’ unsurprisingly we found the name to be available for use and Trade Marking .
 (Acts 4:32 Now a full number of those who believed were of one heart and soul, and no one said that any of the things that belonged to him was his own, but they had everything in common}
Location booked:   The County Show Ground,  who it transpires, have been wanting  some sort of Christian Festival on the site and have offered us the site at a very reasonable price in July (prime time) and they have so  kindly given us lots of very good advice and assistance.
Connections:  Christian Bands and Christian speakers have already been approached and we are now in communications with Rend Collective, Bright City Lights, Mike Pilavachi of Soul Survivor, Burn 24/7, Lucy Gimble and others who have all been very supportive and enthusiastic.   (2 Corinthians 2:12 When I came to the city of Troas to preach the Good News of Christ, The Lord opened a door of opportunity for me).
The Isle of Wight is famous for its festivals, many thousands make the journey to secular festivals here, so we know  it is a tried and tested venue.  Now it is our time to step out in faith and honour God with worship and praise, songs and dance and may the prophesies of Revival on this island really come alive.
Your Part:  Please pray to ensure we are following God’s leading  (Proverbs 16:9 ESV “The heart of man plans his way, but The Lord establishes his steps”).  Please pray to release all necessary skills, experience, funds, for the right doors to open and any wrong ones to shut and protection for all those involved.  This is a massive undertaking, it is stepping out in faith in a big way – please support us.
If you feel prompted to get involved:  whether it be by contributing resources, time, skills, catering, design, labour, offerings, prayer, please do contact us. 
And tell everyone you know .....
Isle of Wight Christian Music Festival – Lion Heart, July 2019
The Lion of Judah is on the move ! 
A quote from David’s Tent Music Festival from several years ago that ‘strangely’ got referred to again as we attended David’s Tent this August.
God Bless and we look forward to hearing from you
Lion Heart Team
Contacts:             Joseph Shurmer  07545 147682   
Laura  (Park Life) 0787 983 8702 




New Wine 2019

Nearly 40 of us are back this Summer from New Wine Christian festival & excited about how we met with God there. Already some of us have booked again for next year Week 2

4th - 10th August
It's moving to Peterborough just a little over 3 hours drive. 

New Wine for us means amazing worship, fantastic speakers, brilliant seminars, fantastic kids work for all age groups, Christians being real camping together.
Please do book direct at this Web Site.
We would love to camp together with other Christians from the Island so please book using
Booking ID: 539145 Isle of Wight Churches United
Do contact Heath & Julies Monaghan at Aspire Ryde if you need any help 01983 716020 

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1st Newport Girls Brigade

Girls’ Brigade is a Christian uniformed youth organisation and the 1st Newport company meets every Wednesday evening (during term time) at Castlehold Baptist Church, Newport, Isle of Wight.

Typical activities during the evening may include games, crafts, badge-work and more.

The age groups are:

n:vestigate for 4 to 8s meets from 18:00 to 19:30

n:gage for 8 to 11s meets from 18:00 to 19:30

n:counta for 11 to 14s meets from 19:00 to 20:30

n:spire for 14 to 18s meets from 19:00 to 20:30

For any further information please see our website

telephone/text 07580268051 or email 1stnewportgirlsbrigade@gmail.com.








Home for Good I.O.W Champions

Lucy and Trevor Nicholas



As part of the Wight Church Network we endorse Lucy and Trevor Nicholas

as the Home for Good Champions for the Isle of Wight.

They are happy to come and share of the work of the charity, at a Church Service or coffee morning etc. They want to encourage you and others to get involved,

not just by adopting or fostering, but can you support families looking to?

Or someone you know support a family who is fostering or adopting.

As it’s not an easy journey and we the Church of Jesus Christ are called to let people know

they are adopted into God’s wider family.


Home for Good began 6 years ago and has been a fast growing charity serving the Christian Community


Lucy and Trevor are happy to share their testimony, as well as their passion for the work

Network has already begun with a Facebook Group.


If you’re interested in finding out more email Lucy on lucynich14@gmail.com


We hope this is something you will prayerfully consider for your fellowship.


Rev Mark Evans  -  Newport Congregational Church -  revmarkevans@yahoo.co.uk


Rev Brian Harley  -  Island United Reformed Church Group -  brianharley58@gmail.com


Home for Good Website








Musicians wanted! 

Over the weekend of 8-9th December there is to be a German Christmas Market at Cowes Baptist Church.

We are looking for trumpeters or brass players to play carols outside the venue and for small instrumental or singing groups to provide music indoors alongside the market stalls.

Even if you can offer just 30 minutes, we’d love to hear from you.

Contact Helen Parry asap for more details on helenspa@hotmail.com or 295685 / 07831913004.



Two Comfortable Gites in France

In the grounds of La Charpenterie, parts of which date back to the 15th Century.
Great for all year round breaks; both with Wood Burning Stoves. Pet friendly

Situated midway between
Futurascope, The Loire Vally Chateaux and Puy du Fou,

èbènisterie is refurbished Stone Cottage for up to 5 persons.

Le Petit Toit is a lovingly restored rural gite for 2 persons

Landline:  0033 549699146
Mobile:  0033 649699146

Web Site 
Contact Helen Rogers 

Steve and Helen were formerly members of the Church on the Isle of Wight
Wonky Doodle Designs by Suezi Anderson

Her greetings card range goes from Christmas to Birthday celebrations and a percentage of each card sold goes to support charity.

Please browse her
Web Site and see if there's anything you would like for that special someone.  Contact Suezi: suezi@mail.com

Free Listening Service

A Free Confidential Service
Is something worrying you. Want someone to listen to you. Why not come to the Living Room in Newport (next to the Baptist church) for chat over a cup of coffee. We have someone here you can chat to every Monday from 11am - 2pm.
Source: Nava Young Navayoung@aol.com


We have a great selection of food and drink, at fair prices and made with love to be enjoyed in our cosy cafe. Why not pop in and say hello.prices.

Don't forget our amazing book and gift shop; we sell a variety of Christian books, CDS and gifts. We can also order Christian material into Store.

We have a Facebook page. If you have Facebook then please give us a like, to see what we are up to on the Facebook Page

Source: charlemagnehollis@icloud.com

The Greenhouse is a Place of Prayer and Worship. A place of Enounter with God. A Place Where You Can Grow
The Greenhouse Christian Centre is situated between Poole and Bournemouth and just a 20 minute walk to the beach. The Centre holds Led and Silent Retreats, Quiet Days, Healing Services, Art Weeks, Discipleship Training Days and so much more.
More information can be found on the website.
Are you lonely and not particularly enjoying facing life on your own? Do you wish God would answer your prayers for a soul mate? Then you should contact Friends1st the off-line Christian friendship and introductory agency who've been introducing Christians to each other since 1999.
Click here to find out more.