Rev. Dr. Phil Wall
Tel: 01443 300345 Mob: 07855090360
24th April 2017
We welcome everyone who joins us for worship today, if you are a visitor or worshiping with us for the first time, we hope you will feel the warmth of our welcome and return again soon.
We extend a special welcome to Rev Roy Jenkins who is leading our morning worship.
Roy started his working life as a journalist before becoming a Baptist minister, firstly in Bangor and then at Ararat in Whitchurch. He joined the BBC in 1990. Many will have heard Roy on the BBC Wales programme ‘All things considered’ which has won many awards, as Roy says ‘I’ve usually just provided the voice!’
This Evening our service will be led by Rhoda Henson; Rhoda is always a welcome ‘visitor’ – the service will be held in Church at 6pm.
Tea and coffee will be served in the hall following the morning service, and handmade cards will be on sale, please join us for this time of informal fellowship.
As always the Copper pot is on the table at the back of the church waiting for your coppers, which will eventually benefit local charities.
A reminder that while Phil is away on a well earned break after a very busy few weeks, the Elders are available to assist or advise should there be any need. This week your first point of contact will be Iestyn.
Hymns 24, 100, 26, 274
Readings John 20.19-31, I Corinthians 15.12-26
Hymns 24, 73, 120, 87
Reading Acts 2:14a, 22-32, John 20: 19-31
Diary for the Week
Monday Language Classes 9am-1pm. Karate Club from 4.30 – 7.30pm
Tuesday Language Classes 9.30am 3pm. Kids Club 6pm at Church House
Wednesday Rainbows at 4.45 & Guides from 6.30pm
Thursday Sing for Life Choir 6.30 – 8pm
Saturday Coffee Bar 10am – 12 noon. Cantorion 10.30 -11.30.. Glam Youth Choir 10.15-12.30
Sunday Family worship, at 10.45 will be led by Rev Peter Noble. There will be NO Evening worship as it is the 5th Sunday.
Church Family News
Last week we were delighted to welcome Marilyn Young back after her accident last November. As she said ‘Easter is a time for new beginnings’ her we look forward to being with us again. It was good also to have Simon worshiping with us.
Caroline has had a couple of visits over the Easter period and is progressing well, but still no sign of her returning home.
We continue to remember these friends in our prayers along with ALL who are waiting for treatment of any kind.
Dates for your Diary
Wednesday 3rd May Ladies Guild
Ladies Guild doesn’t usually meet between Easter and September….and many of our ‘Ladies’ miss the fellowship and fun that they have. So we are going to see if a monthly meeting with a different format will help fill the gap. If it works, we will continue over the summer months ………….. SO…………….we are going to meet on the first Wednesday in May.
We shall be ordering fish and chips, so if you intend coming (and we hope you do), please could you speak to or ring either Maralyn Tomlinson (tel. 01443 842538) or Marilyn Leach (tel. 01443 404293). There will be dessert, tea or coffee followed by a restful game – no thinking involved – but a lot of laughter combined with luck. We shall meet at 12.30 pm for 1.00pm in the Church Hall. If you travel by Taxi ask what time we are likely to finish. We MUST know numbers by Thursday, April 27th so that our order goes in on time. Look forward to seeing you there.
Kid’s Club Lent Project
The photographs are on the notice board in the hall. Do take a look and see what 70.8kgs of food looks like!
This week’s news has been compiled in the ‘Spanish Office’ – some news did filter through, but more would have been good, please keep me informed by email at email@example.com if you don’t have email access tell your Elder.
Apr 30th am Rev Peter Noble NO EVENING SERVICE
May 7th am Rev Ray Vincent pm Rev Dr Phil Wall
Saturday Coffee Bar
April 29th Vivane & ??? May 6th Volunteer PLEASE!!
Flowers for April are being donated by
Kath Couchman, Cerys & Stephen Webber, Marlene McCloy
Margaret & Chris Morris, and Chris Fennell
Thought for the Week
It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow. Robert H. Schuller