Rev. Dr. Phil Wall
Tel: 01443 300345 Mob: 07855090360
22nd July 2018
We welcome you all to our services today, especially if you are a visitor or worshipping with us for the first time.
Our service this morning is being led by Phil and we will hear and see more about the ‘God Bless the NHS’ Walk from Rhyl to Cardiff.
This Evening’s service, 6pm at Church House will be a table discussion with Communion.
Tea and coffee will be served after this morning’s service; we invite you use this time to speak to someone you don’t know and get to know them!
Hymns: We cannot measure how you heal
545 – When God Almighty Came to Earth
73 – Brother, Sister, Let Me Serve You
405 – One more step along the world I go
Readings Psalm 139:1-18; Luke 9:1-6
We’ve had some fab celebrations and it’s far from over. In fact, this week, Phil will be taking the stand, posters and postcards to the Royal Welsh show and a local Surgery have asked to have the stand for a while. AND a local councillor has put in an order for one of our t-shirts!
Diary for the Week
Monday 23rd 27th Glam Youth Music Camp
Monday 23rd Karate Clubs 16.30-19.30
Thursday 26th Sing for Life Choir 18.30-20.00
Sunday 29th Our Family Service at 10.45am will be led by Kids Club. There is NO Evening Service
Church Family and Pastoral News
People to hold in your thoughts and prayers today and during this week:
- The family of Adrienne Palmer, who passed away on Friday 20th Adrienne was a former Elder and Minute Secretary, she was also involved with Junior Church & the Music group.
- Those recovering from operations or treatment.
- All who are in hospital including Anne C
- We continue to keep Father Andrew, in our prayers
- Those who are sharing their ministry with friends elsewhere:: Ray at Zion, Ynysybwl, this morning and evening and Iestyn at Taffs Well.
We Celebrate with Elsie whose grandson has been awarded a 2:1 in Economic History AND will be employed in Whitehall as an Education Economist WOW!
Congratulations to Aisha who’s been awarded a 1st class honours in her BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance. Aisha was also one of the nominees for the Choreography Award. Well Done Aisha!
Thanks! Doreen says “I am now back at home and I have been told to rest! I just want to thank everyone for the cards and messages I have received, and for the prayers offered. THANK YOU!
This Week and in the Future……
To celebrate the start of the school holidays, this Tuesday (25th), some of us will be heading to Showcase, Nantgarw to watch the newest Pixar offering ‘The Incredibles 2’ at 8pm. All are welcome and invited to gather in the foyer at 7:45pm.
Next week (29th) Kids’ Club will be leading the ‘5th Sunday’ service in their own, wonderful, inimitable way!
Volunteers are needed for a couple of hours at Fairtrade Stall on August 4th or 5th at The Big Welsh Bite in Ynysyngharad Park.
The Fairtrade group in RCT is very small and they rely on supporters to help at big events. If you can help Marcia has contact details.
The Pontypridd Vintage Transport Day takes place on 11th August including a parade through the town centre of Pontypridd at 11am. There will also be static vehicles include cars, buses, tractors, bikes, steam engines, stationary engines and military vehicles at the Park. PLUS entertainment for children.
The pulpit exchange between Dan in New Zealand and Phil is rapidly approaching and we are still looking for the loan of some bikes and helmets. So please check out your garages or ask family members if they can help…they will only be needed for few weeks! If you can help please speak to Lynda
The school holidays have started and many parents will be struggling to feed their families. The FoodBank will have many extra clients. So PLEASE when you shop buy an extra item from the list and put it in the box!
General Data Protection Regulation. Because of the new regulation we have to ask all members and regular worshipers for permission to use Personal Data. The permission forms are on the table. Please include your address and Phone number, so we can check that the information we already hold is correct. Completed forms should be given to Marcia.
Church Flowers. The flowers that decorate our church every week are donated by many people for a variety of reasons. We have a team who purchase and arrange them and Marilyn Edwards looks after the money so all donations should be given to her.
The Red Box Project seeks to provide free sanitary items for the youth in schools. RCT are going to put boxes in as many schools as possible for the academic year 2018/2019
A list of suggested items is on the board. We have received a generous cash donation which has already been spent! A box is under the table!
News Sheet Holiday! Next week’s edition will be the last until September….If you have anything to publicise please send it to Marcia by Thursday!
Jul 29th am Kids Club No Evening Service
Aug 5th am Rev Ray Vincent 6pm Contemplative service.
Aug 12th am Rev Dr Phil Wall 6pm Iona Service
Flowers for July are being donated by
Anne Coles, Pam Mahoney, Jean & John Davies,
Maralyn Tomlinson, Madeline Howells and Cyril Davies
Aneurin Bevan quote
I have never regarded POLITICS as the arena of morals. It is the arena of interest.
Thought for the Week
Solitude is the nurse of enthusiasm. and enthusiasm is the true parent of genius.
Isaac D’Israeli 1766-1848