Notices 7th May
led by David Harris
incl. Junior Church & Crèche
led by David Markay
"We have many members in our body, but all the members do not have the same function."
Notices. Please let me have all new notices for next week by Wednesday 10th May. If you are in the habit of leaving a hand written note in the red folder, please also make me aware. If a notice doesn't make it to the paper copy, please let any of the stewards know, on the Sunday morning and it will be read at the lectern. Flory.
The Gideons invite you to their Friends' Meeting on Saturday 13th May at the Salvation Army Citadel, Psalter Lane, Sheffield. The meeting starts at 2:30pm, is due to finish at 3:45pm and will be followed by a buffet tea. All welcome. Margaret.
Easter Offering Service. On Saturday 13th May at 3:00pm we will be holding an Easter Offering Service at Mosborough Methodist Church, Chapel Street, Mosborough, S20 5BT. Refreshments will be served after the service. The theme of the service this year is 'Shine like Stars'. All are welcome. Come and enjoy fellowship and learn more about the World Church. Sheffield Circuit.
May Fair will be on Saturday 20th May 11:00am-1:30pm. The hall will be available for preparation on Friday 19th May from 2:00pm. We would be grateful for any item/s you may have for sale. The stalls are: plants, cakes, books/toys, good quality bric-a-brac, £1 items and the guides/brownies. Refreshments will be available. We welcome your support. Sue Ron.
Susan C. invites everyone to Afternoon Tea from 3:00pm to 5:00pm on Sunday 21st May. This is to celebrate her 70th Birthday. If you will be attending, please give your name to me as soon as possible. Enid.
Churches Together Fun Day in Hillsborough Park will be held on Saturday 24th June. Please book the date.
Thank you to everyone who sent cards, gifts and good wishes for my 70th birthday. I had a wonderful day of celebrations. Sue Rus.
To all at Wisewood Church. Thank you for helping us putting together the most wonderful celebration of Nico's life and best party he's ever had. We are very grateful for all your hard work. Laura, Flory, Fedy and Stuart.
The Prayer Group did not meet last weekend but at our Cafe Church service we looked at the story of the two on the road to Emmaus who failed to recognise Jesus as He walked with them.
We prayed that we may always be aware of His presence and be willing to go out of our way to help those in need and to spread God's word.
Please continue to pray for an end to the war in Syria and for a settling of tensions between North Korea, China and the U S A.
As canvassing for the forthcoming election gets underway, may those standing for Parliament speak honestly and with caring hearts.
Please pray for all in need, especially those mentioned in our Prayer Book.