15th July 2018
We extend a very warm welcome to our visitors, friends and members who have come to worship with us. It is good to have you with us.
Our Altogether Worship today is led by our minister Rev. Dr. Grant Wilson and will be followed at 11 am by Tea/refreshments.
Our CHURCH MEETING will commence at 11.15 am and Members/Friends are encouraged to stay for the Meeting and have your say in the running of the church. Anyone can speak at the meeting but only church members can vote.
The Minutes of the previous meeting in April are displayed on the notice board in the church vestibule.
Our Praise worship will be led by Judith Das and our Traditional worship by Solomon.
Regular Groups & Midweek Meetings
A Get together for coffee, video, Bible Study and discussion. Contact Grant for further information on when the group will restart in September.
Little Fishes - Toddlers group
The group will meet again on Sept 12th.
Meets at 6.30 in the church – check with Grant re arrangements.
Meets again on Sept 8th.
Planning has already started for the 2019 Festival on June 22nd !! If anyone would like to be involved in the organising of this, please see Grant or Dorothy.
Seeds of Hope Mission 2018. (August 20th- 3rd Sept)
The team asks you to prayerfully consider:-
Solomon is willing to collect goods from you and store them. The last collection will be 18th August.
For more information please contact Solomon or Grant.
If anyone would like to take a turn at reading the lesson at either Praise or Traditional worship please let Dorothy B or Tony Hall know as soon as possible.
For various reasons our list of volunteers has diminished. If we have several further helpers you may be contacted to read every two months or so.
All ages are welcome!
The last date for the items for the August / September Contact is today for emails only. Please send your items to Sandra Nossiter, Editor.
LMMR visit and report.
Copies of the report are available for you to read. Please take one!
Please be aware that there are to be roadworks and resurfacing on some sections of Newton Road, starting in the school holidays. It will affect the area around the church. The Council has sent a map, which is on the notice board in church vestibule.