This weeks news

Welcome to this morning’s service. The service speaker and leader is Michael Chambers. Tea and coffee will be served in the back hall after the service.

A prayer meeting, to which everyone is invited, is held every Sunday morning from approx 10.00 am -10.15 am in the upstairs room. We would encourage all who are taking part in the service and youth activities to attend.

Coffee rota Carolyn and Julian are responsible for teas and coffees today. Next week it will be Phil Rowden and Peter Lamb.

Prayer If you would like to pray with someone after the service Paul Gymer and Michael Chambers will be available.
Ross would be grateful for your prayers as he takes two services today in Lowestoft.

Phil and Doreen would also be grateful for your prayers as they lead the worship at Howe Green URC this morning

Home Groups

The Friday group will be meeting at Beryl’s home.

The remaining groups will be meeting at the church for a combined prayer meeting and communion on Thursday evening at 7.45pm. We look forward to seeing as many people as possible as it is important for us to meet together to pray and share communion.

Meeting about Tiddlers – Monday 5th October at 18 Norfolk Close, at 7.30 to discuss the future of Tiddlers. If you would like to join the Tiddler team please come along. If you have any queries please speak to Rachel, Richard or Sheila.

Debbie & Simon’s wedding, 24th October – a message from Debbie and Simon

Dear Fullbridge, everyone is more than welcome to the wedding service at the URC at 1pm on the 24th October. It would be lovely to see you there. We would really appreciate any offers of cakes for the first part of the reception as there will be about 200 people to feed. Hannah would also appreciate a team of people to help set up, serve tea & coffee & clear away. Please let either myself or Hannah Henderson know if you would be able to provide cakes or help the night before or on the day.

Thank you,

Debbie & Simon

  Operation Christmas Child  Drivers are required next month to assist with box collection from various places. If you feel you could help please contact Ralph or Gilly Springett. Please also pray for Shirley Murphy and her band of helpers as they go to various local schools, and some not so local, to talk to the children and staff about Operation Christmas child.

The Salvation Army in Maldon are celebrating their 128th anniversary on Saturday 17th October with a visit from the London North-East Divisional Fellowship Band at All Saints Church at 7.00pm. The donation admission is £5 which you can pay on the door

Sunday morning children’s activities

On the first Sunday of the month we all stay together in Church.

On the remaining Sundays the children join the first part of the service, then go to separate parts of the building for their activities.  We have three groups:

Mustard: an Early Years group, who meet upstairs.

Pepper and Mustard+  Infant and Junior groups, for up to secondary school age, who meet downstairs in the back hall.

Salt: a group for School Years 7 to 11, upstairs in the Youth Room on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month

Maldon Food Bank If you would like to contribute there is a box in the entrance hall for donations of non-perishable food.

If you wish to use the church at any time please check with the deacons first to make sure this is ok and then contact Sheila Little to book the date.

 If you borrow anything from the church please make a note on the list in the back hall and also note when it is returned.

If you have any notices please let Sheila Little have them by Friday lunch