SUNDAY, 12th May 2019 - 4th SUNDAY OF EASTER

posted 11 May 2019, 05:04 by Richard Jones   [ updated 11 May 2019, 05:08 ]

SERVICES

Today

9.30am  Parish Communion

              Rev Roland Nicholson



Tuesday, 14th May

9.30am   Holy Communion

                Rev David Kennedy


Sunday, 19th May 2019

5th Sunday of Easter

9.30am  Family Service

              with ‘Resurrection Rock’

              Rev John Hartley






PRAYERS FOR THE SICK

Giles Tipton, Peter Ledger, Janet Hartley, Harry and Millie Clarkson, Yvonne Hebberd, Bobbie, Judith Muller, Jenifer Peagram, Elizabeth Best, Arthur Bibby and Dianne

PRAYERS FOR THE DEPARTED

Darren Wilding

THIS WEEK


Monday - 6.00pm to 7.00pm Office Hour in the NARTHEX

for the arrangement of Baptisms, Weddings or the discussion

of any spiritual matter.  

 

Tuesday - 10.00am to 11.30am  Coffee Morning in the Narthex  

 

Friday at 8.45am   School Worship in the Day School.

                                All are welcome.

NEWS

At our Family Worship next Sunday our Year 3 and 4

Day School children (with members of the Church Choir) will be performing a short musical entitled "Resurrection Rock" which is being taught and will be conducted by Seb Roberts.


Brass Cleaning

Two volunteers are needed, please.   The ‘duty’ takes about 1 to 2 hours periodically.   Contact Hilda for more detail. Thank you.

Musical Extravaganza - Lammack Church

Next Sunday 19th May at 2.30pm. 

You are warmly invited to an afternoon of music and jollity in the company of friends poised to entertain you. 

Tickets are available at £6  from Julie McGurty 07922 131 642

or pay on the door.  Refreshments will be served. 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

June 8th at 11.00am   Rose Queen Gala with FOSMs

July 12th   Annual BBQ at the home of Alan and Maureen Bell.

September 7th   A Musical Concert for Alex arr by the Gill family


September 27/28/29  Art Exhibition by local Artists

with ‘Songs of Praise’ on 29th at 4.00pm

October 13th at St Mary’s United Benefice Confirmation Service

                                             with Bishop Julian


Thought for the Week


Quiet:   ‘An inability to stay quiet is one of the most conspicuous failures of human kind.’

                                                                                                                                                   Walter Bagehot


If you wish to contribute anything to the notices please send an email to John Hartley at john.hartley828@btinternet.com by 12 noon on Thursday


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