Monthly Notice Sheet

Monthly Notice Sheet

July Notice Sheet

Open Door Meetings

The Chapel

Thursdays at 12 noon. Prayer for Healing is available.  Please ask to speak to a member of the Priory Team, who will be pleased to pray with you.  Alternatively, please telephone to arrange a meeting with a member of the Priory team.

A light lunch is also served in the Tea Room (soup and bread, cheese, desserts, fruit, hot and cold drinks)

Tea, coffee and biscuits available during opening hours.

Open Door Speakers

  

  4th July

11th July

18th July

25th July

Stella Hardiman (Communion)

Anne Linington

NO SERVICE

Lillian & Rodney Bean

  1st August

  8th August

15th August

22nd August

29th August

Bishop Christopher (Communion)

Feast of St Dominic

Elizabeth Lilley

Kelvin Burke

TBC

 

Activities at the Priory

 

Bible Study - Bible Study takes place on Thursdays 4th, 11th and 18th July 2019 at 2.30 p.m. in the lounge, providing an opportunity to study and discuss the readings given during the Open Door Service Family Forum - The next Family Forum meeting will take place on Thursday 25th July 2019.  If you have any questions or suggestions, please pass them to Maxine or one of the Trustees
Christian Listening  and Prayer Ministry  can be arranged by appointment during opening hours.  Please contact the Priory on 01983 523354
Poetry, Past & Present with Anne Linington meets on Friday 12th July 2019, from 10.30 to 11.45 a.m. Crochet Café meet every Friday from 11.00 a.m. until 1.00 p.m.  Suitable for all levels, with lessons provided free of charge for beginners

Tea Room and Gardens are open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. 

Come and enjoy morning coffee, a light lunch of home made quiche, jacket potatoes and sandwiches or afternoon tea in peaceful surroundings

(lunch is served from 12.00 until 2.00)

Open Art Group Every Tuesday - Beginners Welcome 

10.30 a.m. - 2.30 p.m.

 Quiet Days - we run a programme of quarterly Quiet Days.  Please see Special Events page for details of the next one to take place
  Volunteers are needed in all areas of the Priory activity, and in particular the Tea Room and Reception.  Are you able to offer an hour or so each week?  If so, please pass your details to Maxine or Louise on 01983 523354 who will send you an application pack and then speak with you to work out where would be the best place to employ your skills

Other Notices

 

MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT CARISBROOKE PRIORY

We have a loyal and hardworking band of volunteers, who help to keep the Priory running in various roles.  However, having just had one of the busiest years in the Priory’s recent history, we find ourselves in need of additional volunteers, in particular serving in the Tea Room.

What do our volunteers do?

Those serving in the Tea Room take and deliver customer orders, make tea and coffee to order, operate the till and coffee machine and ensure that there are enough supplies available to satisfy customer needs.

Those serving on Reception greet visitors, give directions when needed, answer the telephone, and from time to time assist the Administrator with mailshots and leaflets.

There is always work to do keeping the gardens in good order and the building clean and tidy.

If you find you have some time to spare each week, and would like to offer your services to the Priory, please contact Maxine or Louise on 01983 523354 or call in for a volunteer pack. 

 

DID YOU KNOW? that there is a You Tube video featuring a Drone's eye view of the Priory?  If you want to take a look, please follow the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im4podqPmFI&fbclid=IwAR1il0j28D8sfRt298N67VqOR2mUAT3O9z4-Ud4EOnCQ2PKq6r3emUX__ys

 

Isle of Wight Priory

Christian Healing

Christian Healing

The Priory welcomes everyone and especially those looking for peace of mind.

Some may be searching for meaning and direction in their lives, while others are as much interested in helping as being helped.

House of Prayer

House of Prayer

You are invited to receive prayer for healing, with members of the Priory team.

Those seeking prayer may do so for themselves or on behalf of others.  

They may put into a few words what the need is but it is not essential.  The Lord after all knows our needs.

Support Us

Support Us

Carisbrooke Priory depends upon gifts mainly from individuals.

You can use this button to make a donation to the Carisbrooke Priory Trust using PayPal.

Carisbooks

Carisbooks

Our shop is open Tuesday to Friday, 10.00am to 4.00pm.  We stock a large selection of secondhand books and hand made crafts.