Weybridge Dementia Event In Association with the Alzheimer’s Society – All Our Yesterdays
All Our Yesterdays
Come and join us for half an hour of favourite hymns and readings, followed by tea and cakes.
All Our Yesterdays is a church service in Weybridge for people with Dementia and their carers.
Where: St James’ Church Weybridge,
Address: Church Street,
Surrey KT13 8DE
“It’s hard to believe that we have been celebrating the All Our Yesterdays service for 2 years this month. Just where does the time go?
Back in October 2015 it was very much something of an experiment but we generally get between 40 and 60 people who join us for this very special and unique service. We have many regular attendees but it’s also nice to see those who pop in when they can and those for whom it’s their first time.
Favourite hymns and readings are well received and, dependent on the stage of the person with dementia, it is humbling to see them singing when they recognise a particular hymn. Even if they cannot read the service sheet the organ music sparks a remembrance from times gone by.
Of course, the service is open to everyone and we welcome our own congregation and those from other churches. We are very lucky with the number of volunteers who make this service possible and it is down to their dedication that service can be held.
The tea, cake and social time is just as important as the service and representatives of the Alzheimer’s Society are around to help with any queries.”Annabelle Yeomans
This is a service especially suited for people with dementia and their carers.
Refreshments and social time.
It’s a short service followed by tea and cakes at the back of the church – a very joyful occasion.
More Information: Contact the Parish Office
Lots of help, advice and information on their website which is www.alzheimers.org.uk
See the page for Crossroads Care Surrey, a charity which cares for carers, by clicking on the logo in the listing below.
Charity that has been providing vital respite breaks to unpaid Carers in the county for over 30 years. Their core purpose is to improve the quality of life of unpaid Carers and the people for whom they care and to maintain and improve their physical and mental well-being.