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Celebrating Volunteers Week 1 to 7 June 2020

We are celebrating Volunteers Week 1 to 7 June in a slightly different way this year.

We would like to thank all our volunteers who tirelessly give their time to support the church and everything that goes on within it. We rely on the skills, time and enthusiasm of members of the congregation to run services, to keep the church looking beautiful and to help the community.

People come from all over the world to visit St Alfege Church. They come to find silence or to pray, to follow up family connections with the church, to see its beautiful architecture, and to find out about the history of the many famous people associated
with the building such as St Alfege himself, Henry VIII, Thomas Tallis and General Wolfe.

Here at St Alfege Church as well as all our wonderful church volunteers we have a wonderful group of Heritage Ambassadors who keep our church open every day in normal times and greet our visitors, local residents, tourists and from across the world who come for quiet and reflective time and to learn more about our heritage at the heart of Greenwich.

As we are not able to join together this year and celebrate our achievements we have produced a poster listing what we are most looking forward to seeing and experiencing when we can return and open the church once again. 

Thank you again to all of you who give up your time and energy.

If you would like to help welcome visitors to our church join our zoom taster day on Thursday June 18 at 10.30am. To register on Eventbrite click here.

Wendy Foreman, 01/06/2020
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