Notices 14th April

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Morning Service

10:30 Palm Sunday Morning Service
led by Rev'd Katie Leonowicz
incl. Junior Church & Crèche

Evening Service


'The night is nearly over, the day is almost here.'

Romans 13 v.12

The Lent Group will meet for this year's last session tomorrow, Monday 15th April at 7:30pm, here at church, when we'll come to a conclusion. Rev'd Katie.

Bread Making on Maundy Thursday 18th April from 6:00pm, followed by Holy Communion & Foot Washing Service at 7:30pm at Wisewood Church.

Good Friday Service at Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church on 19th April at 10:45am, followed by, as in previous years, Churches Together Prayer in Hillsborough Park at 12:00noon.

Early Morning Holy Communion Service on Easter Sunday 21st April at 8:30am, followed by breakfast, at Wisewood Church.

Bring a Flower on Easter Sunday - As per our custom, we are going to cover our Easter cross with flowers again on Easter Sunday, 21st April, during the morning service. We therefore ask you all to bring a flower to Wisewood Church that morning. It doesn't matter what sort it is. A mixture always looks great. Thank you. Di.

Journey to Emmaus Cafe Church - on Sunday 21st April at 6:30pm, at Hillsborough Trinity Methodist Church.

Match-funded donations - If you are considering making a charity donation shortly and are not already aware, the government will match some donations made in the next few weeks. There may be others, but the ones I am aware of are: - The Leprosy Mission - for donations received by 27th April. - Tearfund - for donations received by 17th May. Margaret P.

United Service at Brightholmlee Methodist Church on Sunday 28th April at 10:30am. No morning service at Wisewood Church on that day.

Christian Aid Big Brekkie - Saturday 4th May 9:00-11:00am. Come along with family and friends and enjoy a breakfast together whilst supporting the work of Christian Aid. If anyone would be willing to help at this event, please see Sue B.

Recycle your used Postage Stamps - For many years, Mrs Betty Davies collected used postage stamps that our congregation saved and handed to her. She then sent them on to her charity of choice. These were used to help raise much needed funds. I have now taken this service over. All stamps will go to Saint Luke's Hospice. Please continue to put your stamps in the small brightly coloured bag pinned on the notice board or give them to me directly. Thank you. Bridget.