Notices 15th October
10:30am Mission Sun. Holy Communion
led by Katie Leonowicz
incl. Crèche / Junior Church
led by Mark Goodhand
Peter answered him: 'Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.'
He said: 'Come.'
Branching Out. The deadline date for all articles for the autumn edition of the magazine is Sunday 15th October. Please email Stuart C. Thanks.
Banner Making Group will meet every Saturday 11:00am-1:00pm in church. Open to everyone. Please do come along. Annette.
The Church Council will be meeting on Tuesday 24th October at 7:30pm at church.
The Men's Dinner will be held on Saturday 4th November at 7:00pm. The cost is £7 per head for a four course meal. Children under 16yrs £5. Please sign up on the front desk.
Prayer Corner. We would like to thank Katie for all the hard work she puts into the Prayer Corner. Look at the lovely art work Katie had done based on our Harvest Service!
The Harvest Festival food contributions and monetary gifts were given to the Share food bank at Parson Cross, to help the increasing number of people finding it necessary to use the food bank there. Margaret.
SHOEBOXES. I have a large supply of shoeboxes for sale at 40p (same as last year). These will be available each Sunday from today. Sets of hats, scarves and mittens will be on sale from 5th November. Hope you can support this effort. Many thanks. Enid.
CARDS FOR GOOD CAUSES. The charity Christmas card shop is now open at 20 Chapel Walk. The trading hours are 10:15am to 4:15pm (Monday to Saturday). Come along and meet the friendly volunteers. You may even recognise some of them. I am there every Tuesday. Enid.
This year's Circuit Conference "Growing Followers of Jesus - Developing Holy Habits" will be held on Saturday 4th November at Wesley Hall, Crookes 9:30am-1:15pm. Keynote speaker is Andrew Roberts, author of "Holy Habits". As we will be exploring Holy Habits this coming year at Wisewood, you are encouraged to attend. For more information and to book, see the flyers on the foyer desk or speak to Katie.
Prayer Group Report
We prayed for those people throughout the world struggling because of national disasters.
We remembered those people in the Caribbean and South America who have lost everything n the dreadful hurricanes which have ripped through the area. We thought of those who were homeless and lost everything they possessed.
We thought about the people in Mexico City where the earthquake has caused so much loss of life and destruction. We thought also of people affected by mud slides and flooding in Bangladesh.
We prayed for those affected by war or political turmoil, in different parts of the world. We remembered the people of Myanmar who have fled for their lives and are now trapped in Refugee camps, in difficult conditions. We remembered the many refugees form the wars in the Middle East. We gave thanks for the peace and security that we know.