Notes And Notices
As we return to worship in Church please consider joining one of regular giving schemes, weekly envelopes or setting up a standing order, if you do not already use these. Please contact Edward Lee-Smith on 0208 7786538 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like envelopes or a standing order form.
Everyone is invited!
Over 50’s on the phone
Monday – play reading – Winnie the Pooh.
Wednesday – general chat and charades.
Friday- bingo (non-gambling) and games.
Over 50’s are knitting squares for charity and creating a lockdown recipe book.
For information contact Janice Bessant 07715172568
On Tuesday 4th May at 8pm we continue our series of group discussions via Zoom. We will be looking at Chapter 7: Jesus Walks.
People of colour are rightly feeling immense anger, grief and pain. Racism is a cancer that is evil and, in our country it is systemic. The outpouring of grief and anger over the death of George Floyd has been a wake-up call. We’re committed as a church to listening to one another, to understanding each other’s stories more fully and to hearing each other with soft hearts. As we travel on this journey, we’ll come face to face with the need to repent and to change the ways in which our biases and lack of love have and are negatively affecting people of colour, both in how we relate as individuals and in how we structure the church.
This is just a start of the journey and we’re committed to continuing with it together as friends and as one family in God.
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84436038402
Meeting ID: 844 3603 8402
Or iPhone one-tap:
United Kingdom: +442034815240,,84436038402# or +442039017895,,84436038402#
United Kingdom: +44 203 481 5240 or +44 203 901 7895 or +44 131 460 1196 or +44 203 051 2874 or +44 203 481 5237
This promotional image shows the storyline of the Bible and emphasises a key aim of the course – that we will begin to understand how all the books of the Bible fit together to form one epic story. By the end of the course, we hope that participants will be able to draw this shape of this storyline and know how and where the individual books of the Bible fit.
Through videos & discussions on zoom.
The Bible Course Online is for everyone!
When? Thursdays, starts 8pm for 6 weeks.
For more information speak to Sue Thomson 07867671713 email@example.com
During the merger process the PCC would welcome any thoughts, ideas you might have.
Speak to one of the PCC members or contact the PCC via firstname.lastname@example.org.
13th May at 8pm Ascension Day Service - Communion Service remembering the ascension of Jesus and its significance for our lives: that Jesus is with us always. The service will mark the beginning of the Thy Kingdom Come initiative calling members of the world-wide church to pray for people to come to faith in Jesus Christ. This takes place between Ascension Day and Pentecost Sunday drawing on the traditional time of prayer as the disciples did in Acts 1 & 2. Christians will be uniting in more than 100 countries to pray: ‘Come Holy Spirit let Your Kingdom Come’.
23rd May in the afternoon Pentecost Celebration - open air service with St John’s in the vicarage garden of Holy Trinity. If the weather is poor, we will hold the service in Holy Trinity Church. (time to be confirmed).
23rd May the Annual Parochial Church Meeting following our 10.30 am service.
You will be able to attend this either in person in Church or via a zoom link.
Just a reminder that if you are not on the electoral roll, please fill in an application form which can be obtained in church or via email email@example.com.
During the APCM churchwardens and PCC members will be elected.
New Sermon Series 1 Peter
In May we will be following a new sermon series on 1 Peter.
We will be providing study guides for the community groups to follow the series.
If you would like a copy of the study guide please contact Nick: firstname.lastname@example.org