We meet on Sunday at 10:30 GMT (it’s the end of BST Boo-Hoo), Michael is leading the service and it’s a fifth Sunday so the service will be a ‘little’ bit different.
We are off for a dip in the Jordan with Naaman (no swimming kit required) and then seeing what we can learn from Zephaniah about placing our trust in God. It you get a chance please read Zephaniah chapter 3 before Sunday morning.
Plus, we also have a few ‘sit-rep’s’ and prayer responses from Alpha, Youth Alpha, France and Samaritan’s Purse.
Please pray for for all those who are taking different parts of the service as they prepare. We will be praying at 10:10 in the upstairs youth room, if you are able please join us to pray before our service starts.
There will be coffee, tea and a chance to catch up with Fullbridge folk after the service in the back room – please do join us, Rob Bennett and Rob Lamb are busy filling the urn up and getting the biscuits out. Next week Carolyn and Gavin will be ready to serve us a drink.
If you’d like to pray with somebody after the service hang back in the main church hall and someone will be delighted to pray with you.
Colin & Rosemary Sheldon are visiting Fullbridge
This Thursday (3 November) all Home Groups meet at the church at 7.30pm. We are expecting a visit from Colin and Rosemary Sheldon about their evangelistic work in Dublin.
Coffee and Cake
On Friday the ‘Day Time’ Home Group are meeting at the White Elms Garden Centre for coffee (and a sneaky cake?) at 10.30.
If you have not been there before the address is:
White Elm Garden Centre & Tea Room
Praying for Fullbridge People
Please continue to pray for folk in our church and especially at this time:
John as he is with Samaritan’s Purse and Louise as she is in Maldon
Michelle, James, Rebecca, Sarah and Charlotte
Jeremy as he recovers from his operation earlier this week
And any others known to you.
Maybe our last chance to use the Fuse 2016 logo! We have had an amazing number of surveys completed – thank you so much for taking the time to complete them.
The survey will close at 5pm Sunday evening so this really is your last chance to complete a survey – visit: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/29YDW57
If you can’t work out how to complete the survey then see Michael on Sunday morning and he can help you complete the survey while you are at church (it only takes 2 minutes).
Don’t forget to listen to the podcasts at: https://fullbridgechurch.com/the-bible-gods-story-of-salvation-fuse-2016/
Ladies’ Night Out
Don’t forget the Ladies’ night out on Sunday 20 November, 6 til 8pm at Costa Coffee in Maldon.
Come and buy a coffee and sample free cake. Enjoy some table top challenges and hear a local mum talk about her journey of faith through cancer.
To confirm your place please ring Rachel on 07443 630 697.
Maldon Churches Together Prayer and Praise on Sunday 30th October at 6.30pm at All Saints Maldon, has the theme “Jesus the Refugee” and is an opportunity to focus on the refugee crisis.
The service will reflect on the work going on to support refugees through Churches Together, Christian Aid and other agencies as well as spending time in prayer.
The service, to which you will be very welcome, will be held in the D’Arcy Room.
Tea and coffee will be available.
Children and Young People’s groups
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 contact Valerie Lamb.
If you any prayer requests please send them Michael Chambers.
If you have any notices please send them to Richard and Sheila