Rev. Dr. Phil Wall
Tel: 01443 300345 Mob: 07855090360
23 October 2016
We welcome everyone who joins us for worship today, either in Church this morning or at Church House this evening; both services will be led by Phil and we will celebrate the Lord’s’ Supper at both services, when all, who so wish, are welcome to share in the bread and wine.
Tea and coffee will be served in the hall following the morning service, and hand-made greetings cards will be available; please join us for this time of informal fellowship.
Our ‘Copper Pot’ is on the table waiting for your ‘small change’, the money is donated to ‘local’ charities; if you have any suggestions for a worthy charity please tell Claire Hughes
Hymns 388, When Human Voices Cannot Sing, We, Your Children, Cariad Iesu Grist
Readings Ruth 1:1-9, 16-22; Luke 22:14-19
Hymns 94, 52, 469
Readings Luke 22:14-19
Diary for the Week
Half term – NO children’s or youth activities
Monday Karate Club from 4.30 – 7.30pm
Wednesday Ladies Guild 2pm see Diary
Thursday Sing for Life Choir 6.30 – 8pm. School of Worship Sleep-over (2 nights)
Saturday Coffee Bar 10am – 12 noon. Cantorion meet at 10.30. Glam Youth Choir 10.15-12.30
Sunday Our Family worship at 10.45 will be led by our minister. There is no Evening service
Church Family News
Stephen’s operation was a success! Marilyn Young is now on Ward 15, we still keep them in our prayers along with Barbara Walkling, Haydn, Enid, Sharon and Sue Skym, also Margaret Johnson, Gwyneth Sheryn and others who are unable to worship with us. We ask you to remember those known to us who have been in hospital and Cyril as he mourns for his brother who died suddenly this week.
Dates for your Diary
Monday 24th October Discovery Group
Margaret and Chris are hosting this meeting at 34, Bonvilston Road, Trallwn, at 7.30pm. It will follow the same pattern as the Lent Groups and light refreshments will be served. Anyone who wants to go along will be very welcome!
Wednesday 26th October Ladies Guild
Would you like to know what is involved in bee keeping? – this week in guild we will learn all about it as John King will be our speaker. John has kept bees and harvested honey for many years. This is a week earlier than our advertised progamme.
Saturday 5th November ‘Belief in action’
‘Wales for Peace’ is exploring how, in the 100 years since the First World War, Wales has contributed to the search for peace. They have gathered stories and information, and are sharing them online to make visible Wales’ strong peace heritage. We are hosting the ‘Belief in action’exhibition which will include local input from people who have made a stand for peace or have taken notable action to build peace in some way.
The Official opening and launch of the exhibition will be at 11am. All are invited! Refreshments will be served, please let Liz Viviane or Sonia know if you can help. We also need volunteers to steward during the 8 days of the exhibition which will be open from 10am to 4pm every day with the addition of 6 – 8pm on Wednesday evening.
Sign-up sheets are on the table.
As the editor will be on leave, items for the 5th or 12th November news bulletins should be emailed to Alison at email@example.com or phoned through by Wednesday evening.
The Leprosy Mission
Will those with TLM boxes bring them in during the next couple of weeks: for those who prefer to give an annual donation, please give this to Pat by the end of October.
IBRA Handbooks 2017
Fresh from the Word: the Bible for a change offers a fresh approach to Bible reading and is written to support all readers of the Bible, from new Christians to those seeking to deepen their faith and relationship with God. The cost is £9.99. A sign-up sheet is on the table.
We have received a bequest of £1000 plus 50% of the residue of the estate of the late Enyd Davies who passed away on 6th April. The total amount will be in the Church minutes which will be available soon.
Saturday Coffee Bar
Oct 29th Volunteer please Nov 5th ??? & Sue Salmon
Oct 30th am Rev Dr Phil Wall pm NO SERVICE
Nov 6th am Dr Fiona Liddell pm Rev Dr Phil Wall
Flowers for October are being donated by
David & Doreen Marshman, Sharon Burgess, Marlene McCloy, Gordon Thompson,
Val Stone, Brian & Marcia Hurley, Anita Instrell, Margaret Morris.
Thought for the Week
Everyday starts with some expectations but ends with some experiences! –Nishan Panwar.
Don’t forget next Saturday 29 October 2016, put your clocks back or you will arrive at Church and find the doors locked!