Rev. Dr. Phil Wall
Tel: 01443 300345 Mob: 07855090360
5 June 2016
We welcome you all to our services today, especially if you are a visitor or worshipping with us for the first time.
This morning’s service will be led by Dave Kitchen from Cardiff, Dave has been described as a storyteller, teacher and broadcaster, we look forward to a morning of fellowship with a difference.
Phil, will lead our evening worship which will include the celebration of the Lord’s Supper.
Tea and coffee will be served in the hall after this morning’s service, when the Traidcraft stall will be open and hand-made cards will be on sale. Please take time to look, and support fair-trade.
Our ‘Copper Pot’ is on the table waiting for your ‘small change’, the money is donated to ‘local’ charities.
Hymns 270, 24, 484, 53, 405
Theme Hebrews –
Hymns 451, 66, 352
Readings Mark 10: 17-31
Diary for the Week
Monday Senior Exercise Class 10am Karate Club from 4.30 – 7.30pm
Brownies 6 pm at Church House Stamp Club 7.30p Victoria Room
Tuesday Dance Class 16.45-18.45 Hall Kids Club 6pm at Church House
Wednesday Rainbows 4.45 – 6.15pm Guides 6.30 – 8pm
Thursday BWMS Meeting 2.30pm Victoria Room Sing for Life Choir 6.30 – 8pm
Friday Ny Ako 7.30pm – See Diary
Saturday Coffee Bar will be open from 10.00 till Noon
Sunday Family Worship at 10.45, will be led by Rev Ray Vincent and Evening worship at 6pm will be led by Alan Hills.
Church Family News
The funeral of Joyce Morgan, who passed away on May 24th, will be held at Glyntaff on Thursday 9th at 3pm. We continue to hold her son John in our prayers. We pray also for the Naamani family following the death of Bilal’s mother on Monday and for Mary, Michael and Rhiannon Howells on the death on Saturday of Mary’s Father.
Roger has had the plaster removed and is now wearing a leg brace, physio will be next! Caroline is improving daily. We continue to remember these people and others known to us who are not well.
Dates for your Diary
Thursday 9th June BWMS Meeting
This will be the final meeting of the group. The address will be given by Mrs Sheila Grant and a tribute to all who have served in the auxiliary for over 60 years will be given by Mrs Bernice Davies. Refreshments will be served after the meeting.
Friday 10th June 7.30 pm Ny Ako
Please come to see Ny Ako perform: Some know from experience that it will be very enjoyable and colourful, with an exotic setting, tropical rhythm: music, song and dance. pass the word on to others who might be interested.
During the interval there will be an opportunity to discover many wonderful handicrafts directly made by local Malagasy artisans and sold on their behalf.”
The evening is free, but donations will be accepted. All proceeds are for Ny Ako .
We are looking for volunteers to make welsh cakes and bara brith. If you are willing to do this, please see Fiona or Liz.
Volunteers are also needed to help with welcoming people at the door or serving refreshments in the interval. If you can help contact Fiona
Saturday 2nd July Big Day Out 2016
We have to register by June 20th, so pleasant forget to sign up! The ‘sign up’ sheets are on the table. Free transport is available (pick up at Treforest at approx. 8.30am) or you can travel independently.
A Day Trip to Exmouth!
‘Pontypridd Young at Heart’ have arranged this trip for Wednesday 8th June. There are some seats available – the cost is £15, if you are interested contact Marcia on 07814440929
Race for Life
Please dig deep for my friends and I – we are doing the Race for Life on July 18th. Our names are Joan Morgan, Lee Harding, Rebecca Gregory and of course me. Collectively known as “Batteries not Included” Thank you in advance Jayne Bright
Reform is a Christian magazine published by the United Reformed Church that appeals to a far wider Christian readership than just the URC denomination. We have a group subscription in St. David’s co-ordinated by Cerys Webber and this is a reminder that the June edition of Reform has arrived and is on the table to collect. We also have a couple of spare copies of Reform that are freely available to borrow – these are usually found in the magazine rack at the back of the sanctuary. If you’ve never read the magazine, then why not give it a go – you might be pleasantly surprised. If you wish to take up a subscription, then talk to Cerys. From this month’s Reform – “49,881 – Faith-based charities in the UK; this is 27% of the total number of charities.”
Can you help serve meals to the Muslim students and staff during Ramadan? The meals are served at the University Chaplaincy Meeting House every night throughout the month of Ramadan.
Two volunteers are needed for each evening from 8pm until 11.30pm
Would you be willing and available to help? If so, please add your name to the rota sheet on the back table..
Saturday Coffee Bar
June 11th Viviane & Maralyn June 18th CLOSED !
June 12th am Rev Ray Vincent pm Alan Hills
June 19th am Rev Dr Phil Wall pm Iestyn Henson
Flowers for June will be donated by
Enid Williams, Jane & Roger Bright, Anne Hill, and Carol Powell
Thought for the Week
Coincidence is when God remains anonymous! Author unknown