From this page you can download the latest versions of various church publications and leaflets. All these documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF)
which means that to display and print them you will need software suitable for your computer.

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this should do the trick.

Download Description
Glimpses of God Hope for Today's World. A five session ecumenical discussion course.
Welcome to Terriers Information for new arrivals to our community - local activities and organisations.
Print this double sided and you'll get two sheets that fold into a booklet.
Club Francis Information about Club Francis - the Sunday Morning club for young people aged from 3 to 13.
Messy Church Information about Messy Church - for all the family, meets monthly usually on Saturday afternoon
Church Organ Leaflet on the history and specification of the church organ. The Choir organ has recently been restored.
Wedding Information Sheet Information about getting married at St Francis of Assisi, Terriers.
Church Safeguarding Policy PCC policy on Safeguarding of Adults and Vulnerable people in the Church
Baptism Information Sheet Information about Baptism at St Francis of Assisi, Terriers.
Church and Community in Terriers Electronic copy of the book published in 2000 for our 70th anniversary (6.2MB).
Spotlight. This short spotlight brings together a range of information about the parish, both in terms of your the congregations, but also the wider community living in the area. It covers areas such as Christian affiliation, population age and ethnicity profiles, household structures, deprivation, employment, schools and qualifications, alongside church statistics such as attendance and giving...