Notices 14th May
10:30am Holy Communion
led by Katie Leonowicz
incl. Junior Church & Crèche
led by Debora Marschner
"Nothing is better for them than to rejoice and to do good in their lives."
Christian Aid. This morning there is a retiring collection for Christian Aid. This year we have no envelopes, so it's all being done differently. Thank you all for your support. If you have any queries, please talk to one of the stewards.
Chippy Church. Harry and Wendy are having a break from Chippy Church in May and June. If anyone is able to organise and run these dates, speak to Wendy.
Thank you to everyone who sent cards, gifts and good wishes for my 70th birthday. I had a wonderful day of celebrations. Sue Rus.
Preparing for the Fair. The church hall will be available on Friday 19th May from 2:00pm, to set up the May Fair.
May Fair will be on Saturday 20th May 11:00am-1:30pm. 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.
Susan C. invites you all to join her for afternoon tea on Sunday 21st May, at 4:00pm (please note change of time) in the church hall, to celebrate her 70th Birthday. If you are hoping to attend, could you please either sign the list on the reception desk or give me your name as soon as possible. Enid.
The Community Singers would like to invite you to their summer concert on Saturday 3rd June at 6:30pm at Wisewood, in the church hall. We will commence with a buffet tea followed by our entertainment. If you would like to come please write your name/s on the list which is on the reception desk. The event is free of charge. Please come and support us and do have an enjoyable evening.
Churches Together Fun Day in Hillsborough Park will be held on Saturday 24th June. Please book the date.
Notices. Please let me have all new notices by Thursday. 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 Sunday morning and it will be read at the lectern. Flory.
Prayer Group Report
We read from Psalm 91 - 'He is my refuge and my fortress, my God in whom I trust.'
We gave thanks for all those who have been instrumental in lifting high the name of Jesus.
Thanks too for our own Minister, Katie, and all the new ways she finds to show Jesus to various communities, to schools etc.
The Methodist Church at Dungworth is due to close shortly. We are thankful for the many years of witness shown and prayed for its members and congregation as they look for alternative places of worship.
Wadsley Church is about to embark on a new Alpha course. We prayed for the organisers and that many people might come to know Jesus.
We remembered with thanksgiving the life, work and witness of Pauline Webb, a former vice-president of the Methodist Conference, who died last week. She spent much of her life evangelising in the London area.
We prayed for the sick, the homeless and others in need and for the bereaved, especially Katie and her family. May they know God's peace.
We prayed for wisdom for leaders of nations and for church leaders. May they focus on talks to bring peace to countries in turmoil and work together to alleviate suffering around the world.