Christmas Card Sales a ‘Big Hit’


Last Christmas the parish of St Mary’s and St Albans Halifax chose to sell Christmas cards in December for the Bethlehem Care & Hospice Trust. The response from the parish was wonderful and fifty packs of cards sold out very quickly. Following the card sale the parish are hoping to run a cake sale and a coffee morning for the Trust. The parish was shocked to discover that this hospice would be only the first in Bethlehem open to all faiths.
Pictured above are a few of the ladies that made it possible.
With our continuing prayers and support, Brenda Biggins, Julie Anderson and Caroline Walsh.

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