Notices 7th April

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Morning Service

10:30am Fifth Sunday in Lent Service
led by the worship leaders
incl. Junior Church & Crèche

Evening Service


'But now Lord, what do I look for? My hope is in you.'

Psalm 39 v.7

The Lent Group will meet again tomorrow, Monday 8th April at 7:30pm and next Monday 15th April, here at church, when we'll continue exploring reflections from the book ‘At Home In Lent’. Rev'd Katie.

Easter Holiday Fun Event at RIVA - Friends of Wisewood and District have organised an Easter Holiday Fun Event for families and local people at RIVA, 77 Laird Road, S6 4BS on Wednesday 10th April 10:00am-1:00pm which will include games, crafts, raffle, tombola, egg hunt, drinks and refreshments etc. All are welcome.

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

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.

Si's Birthday Party - On Saturday 20th April 7:00-10:00pm at Hillsborough Club (Bradfield Road). You are all welcome to my birthday party. Hope to see you there. Si.

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.

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.

Plastic bottle tops - RIVA are once again collecting plastic bottle tops. Please support this cause and put yours in the box provided in the porch.

Recycle your used Postage Stamps - For many years, Betty D. 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. A massive thank you to Betty. She is now no longer able to continue in this service, so I have taken it over. All stamps will go to Saint Luke's Hospice. Please continue to put your stamps in the small brightly coloured bag on the notice board or give them to me directly. Thank you. Bridget.

Remember in your prayers all our brothers and sisters unable to attend our services, either through illness, presently or recently in hospital, housebound or in residential homes.