Week Commencing

5th May 2019

This Week

We extend a very warm welcome to our visitors, friends and members who are worshipping with us today. It is good to have you with us!

Our Praise worship this morning at 10, and our Traditional worship at 11 am will be led by our minister, Rev Dr Grant Wilson.   
During the Traditional worship we will celebrate Holy Communion. 
As is our custom here, we extend an invitation to all who love the Lord to join us at His table. 

Refreshments will be served between Praise and Traditional worship at approx. 10.40 am.

Next Week

Our Praise worship at 10 will be led by June Holmes, a good friend of St George’s and former member; The Traditional worship will be led by Jackie Haws, a URC accredited Lay Preacher and member here.
Christian Aid Breakfast.
There will be a “breakfast” during coffee time to raise funds for Christian Aid (today is the beginning of the national Christian Aid Week).  Coffee time will be slightly longer than usual and the sermon will be slightly shorter! 

Regular Groups & Midweek Meetings

Connect Group  
A Get together for coffee, video, Bible Study and discussion.   Contact Grant for further details. 

Little Fishes - Toddlers group
Meets this week.
Contact Grant for further details on 0191 265 4113

Wednesday Prayer
Meets at 6.30 in the Minor all this week.
For further information contact Solomon on 07476 456755

Youth Club
Meets this week from 5.30 -7pm. 
Contact stgeorgesfamilies@gmail.com for information.

Singing Group

Meets this week at 10.30 a.m.



Thursday 16th May - 7pm.
Development Elders meet.

Saturday 18th May  - 2 p.m.
Discussion/talk on “Who is the Holy Spirit?” – see Solomon or Grant for more details.
Sunday 19th May: 10 am and 11 am.
Worship led by the minister.  “Bring a Friend Sunday”

Sunday 19th May:
Last day for the articles for the June/July Contact.  Please send or give your articles to Dorothy B.

Everyone should have received by now a copy of the April/May Contact. 
If you haven’t please contact either Sandra Nossiter or Dorothy Barker. 
 If you would like to change the way in which you receive the magazine- hard copy, email, or from the website, please speak to Dorothy

Gift Aid: (Please see the April/May Contact magazine, page 13). Anyone no longer paying tax, or wishing to Gift Aid, please contact Dorothy Coates by Today.

Freewill offering envelopes: the new envelopes will be available in the coming months – if you wish to start using these for your offerings, or alternatively if you wish to stop using them, please let Anthony Armstrong know as soon as possible.