Notices 15th September

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Morning Service

10:30am Baptism & Blessing Service
led by Rev'd Katie Leonowicz
including Junior Church & Crèche

Evening Service

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"Whoever does not carry the cross and follow me cannot be my disciple."

Luke 14 v.27

Circuit Service - today, Sunday 15th September at 5:00pm at Victoria Methodist Church, Stafford Road. This is a Circuit 'Bring and Share' Harvest meal. As our Muslim brothers and sisters, in particular, have been generous in sharing food with local churches, we would like to reciprocate by extending an open invitation to other faiths. We ask that contributions would take into account diet restriction (advice available). The theme is 'Making More Disciples' and Jenny Carpenter is preaching. The plan is to gather for food at 5:00pm, with an invitation to any and all to stay for an act of worship which will be as inclusive as possible and will start at 6:00pm. Sheffield Circuit.

Worship Committee Meeting - on Tuesday 17th September at 7:15pm at church (please note changes).

Christmas Fair 2019 Meeting - There will be an open meeting to discuss the Christmas Fair on Friday 20th September at 7:00pm in the Owlerton Room. Anyone is welcome with ideas/ wishes. Decisions will be made regarding date, content, marketing & advertising, raffle, AOB, etc. If unable to attend, please contact Andy S. to forward agenda items for you. Thank you.

Autumn Magazine - The closing date for articles for the next issue of 'Branching Out' is next Sunday, 22nd September. If you contribute to a charity, through church, we would like to invite you to write an article about it for the next magazine, please. Stuart C.

Wesley Guild will restart meeting on Monday 23rd September 2:30-4:00pm in the Owlerton room. All are welcome. John G.

Harvest Festival - this year will be on Sunday 29th September morning, led by Rev'd Katie. Please do turn up at church on Saturday 28th September, 10:30am onwards, to help decorate the church. It would also be appreciated if people could bring any greenery etc. Di.

Used Stamps - I have been in touch with St. Lukes’ Hospice re: their collection of used postage stamps. Unfortunately, they no longer want any. It seems a shame not to recycle stamps if we possibly can. If anyone knows who might like them, would you please let me know. Thank you. Bridget M.