NOTICES FOR SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER 2015 – SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT

posted 4 Dec 2015, 08:53 by Richard Jones

SERVICES

Today

10.30 am Parish Communion

Rev’d Canon Sue Williams

 

During the administration of Holy Communion the Congregation are invited to join the Choir in the singing of the hymn shown in black on the board.

 

6.30 pm Advent Carol Service

‘From Darkness to Light’

Rev’d Canon Sue Williams

Tuesday 8 December

9.30 am Holy Communion

 

Sunday 13 December

Third Sunday of Advent

 

10.30 am Parish Communion

Rev’d Roland Nicholson

 

6.30 pm Evensong

Rev’d Dr John Darch

 

 

 

 

PRAYERS FOR THE SICK

Giles Tipton, Eileen Ridley, Peter Ledger, Pam Hodgson,

Joyce Bill, Malcolm Jones, Yvonne Hebbard, Catherine Young, Janet Hartley, Angela Addison, Dorothy Halliwell

 

 

THIS WEEK

Tuesday 8 December

Coffee Morning 10.00 – 11.30 am.

Mothers’ Union Christmas Party 7.30 pm.

Wednesday 9 December

Little Angels Christmas Meeting 2.15 pm in the narthex when we welcome Mrs McPherson and the children to sing for us.

Choir Practice 7.00 – 8.00 pm.

 

 

Thursday 10 December

Advent Any Questions 7.00 pm.  See details below.

Friday 11 December

Benefice Office Hour 6.00 - 7.00 pm at the Vicarage, Mellor, for discussion of arrangements for Baptisms, Weddings, or any other spiritual matter.

NEWS

Church Christmas Cards The Church Christmas Cards are now available.  This year we have used Ann Minoprio's painting of the Lych Gate of St Mary's Church and the cards cost £5 for a pack of six.

 

Fairtrade The stall selling Fairtrade goods will be held on Sunday 13 December before and after the Parish Communion Service, instead of today.

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Thursday 10 and 17 December Do you have a question about God, the Church, Faith, Prayer…etc. that you have never had the opportunity to ask? Well, this is your ideal opportunity!     Advent Any Questions will be held at St Mary’s Mellor, starting at 7.00 pm, when Sister Sue and other members of the ministry team will be answering any questions that folk care to ask. If you have a question, no matter how simple or complex, then do

 

 

come along and ask it. There are cards at the back of church for those who would like to ask a question but don’t feel comfortable speaking out in public. Just write your question on the card and it will be read out for you on the night.  Don’t have a question? Then come along anyway - you might be inspired to ask one on the night.  All welcome and tea and coffee provided.

If you wish to contribute anything to the notices please send an email to Chris Davis at chrisdavis256@gmail.com by Thursday evening.


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