From the Dragons’ Den
I am keeping my fingers crossed in the hope that we will be able to re-commence our Little Dragon sessions on the 7th of this month, following the long break caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Hopefully, we will help to create a bright future for our young members as they enjoy time with us; playing, painting and crafting, listening to stories and singing.
It has been a hard time for so many and, at times, it has seemed as if ‘normal’ will never return. However, always being optimistic, I am sure that brighter days are ahead
Quite by chance I found the following quote. I don’t know who the author is; nor do I have knowledge of the source; but it states hopes for future days.
Don’t cry over the past, it’s gone.
Don’t stress about the future, it hasn’t arrived.
Live in the present and make it beautiful.
With the help of ‘Big Dragons’, with faith and hope in the future, that is what we will try to do.
From Val and from we three: George, Uncle Sam and Idris.
It is with sadness that I write of the death of Sheila Bebbington, a member of our congregation
but possibly best known to us as a ‘Big Dragon’, having attended Little Dragons with her grand-daughter, Eleni, from its inception in 2006, then with Nathan, her grandson, and eventually evolving into a ‘Big Dragon’, always showing a kind, friendly welcome to those attending and being I/C snacks – we can’t even guess how many apples, bananas, pears, strawberries, grapes and raisins she prepared for our small charges. We will miss her so much and will remember her with love.
We hold her in our prayers and hearts. God Bless, you, Sheila.