Welcome to this morning’s Service – The speaker today is Alan McCormick and the service leader is Terry Frost. Please join us after the service for tea and coffee. Peter and Roger are responsible for tea and coffee today.
Please join us at 10.10 in the upstairs youth room for prayer.
Café Church: Today Sunday 18th, 4-5pm The theme is “Can I trust the Bible?” Fliers are available to pass onto friends and family. As before, this will be a more informal “service” aimed at those wanting to explore the Christian faith but who are new to church.
On Saturday 24th March we will be holding our Fellowship meeting which will include:
Prayer Spaces – Before the Fellowship Meeting there be will be an opportunity to take part in the ‘Prayer Spaces’ used during the week of Prayer. If you missed this event last time, can we encourage you to drop in between 4 and 5pm to participate in prayer as you move around these interactive all age friendly spaces/activities.
This will be followed by a Fish & Chip Supper at 5pm.
Before we meet as a Church Family at 6pm, please join us for a Fellowship Fish & Chip Supper.
Maldon Methodist Church’s Keyring Ladies Group invite the ladies to their Annual Rally which will be held at the Methodist Church Maldon at 2.45 on the 8th May followed by tea and cakes in the Elsie Finch Hall. If you are planning to be there can you let Brenda Herbert know.
Sunday 25th March Counties Report Meeting 6.15pm at BREC. Refreshments will be served from 5.45pm. The evening will include reports from the evangelists and a closing message from Andy Jelfs.
Home Groups will meet this week at the following homes.
Friday group – Lucy and Paul’s.
Andy and Rachel’s group – Andy and Rachel’s.
Judith and Roger’s group – Shirley Murphy’s.
Food Pantry There is a box in the entrance hall for donations to the food bank. As it is coming up to Easter they would be grateful for Easter items i.e. Easter cakes, biscuits and small Easter eggs etc.
Noah’s Ark – Friday mornings 9.30-11.15. This is a group for pre-school children and their parents, grandparents and carers. There are lots of toys to play with and a nice cuppa for the grown-ups and squash for the children. We end the morning with a bible story and singing.