This weeks news

Welcome to this morning’s communion service which will be led by Phil Blowers. The service will finish in time for people to get to the Pentecost Service on the prom which starts at 12.00. There are no children’s groups this morning.

Sunday morning prayer meeting A prayer meeting, to which all are invited, is held at 10:10 am. Do join us in the Youth room upstairs as we prepare for the service in this very important way.

 Open House will be at Andy and Rachel’s this evening from 7.00 – 9.00pm.

Ross and Bertie flew to Zambia on Friday evening. Please pray for their safety and for stamina as they visit the Vinjeru School.   Most of their cases contained various items the school had requested – the smallest one had their clothes in! With the money which was donated for the alternative Christmas card at the end of last year, Ross bought some dictionaries at a bargain price from Smith’s.

Magazine Rack  There is a new issue of Interact from SGM Lifewords in the rack

The last in the series of “6 Steps to loving your church” will be held at the following homes.

  • Anne and Phil’s group – Kate and Gavin’s.
  • Rachel and Andy’s group – David and Judy’s.
  • Shirley’s group – Shirley’s
  • Friday Group – John and Janet’s.

Prayer Breakfast at Fullbridge Sunday 22nd May at 8.30

If you plan to be at the breakfast please put your name on the notice which is in the back hall. Also, in order to help those who are organising this event, please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.   If you can help with the shopping, serving or clearing up afterwards please let Ann Frost or Val Lamb know.

Church event at Othona – June 19th    The poster for the event is in the rear hall.  Homegroup co-ordinators will be confirming places and arranging any shared transport.  We have the use of St Peter’s chapel for our service and the use of the Othona Centre for the rest of the day. There will be no service at Fullbridge that morning.

Monday 18th July Beth Chatto Gardens Have you booked your seat yet? If not have a word with Andy Mugford. The garden is not huge so there is not too much walking and they also have a café where you can have a cuppa.