Rev. Dr. Phil Wall
Tel: 01443 300345 Mob: 07855090360
30 October 2016
We extend a warm welcome to everyone who joins us for worship this morning; we especially welcome people from ‘Kid’s Club’ who have prepared this ‘Kid’s Club Peace Service’.
We pray for us all a time of rich blessing, but also of challenge, as they lead us in our worship.
As this is the fifth Sunday there is no Evening Worship
Fairtrade tea and coffee will be served after this morning’s service; please take this opportunity to enjoy some light refreshments with friends.
Before you leave, remember the Copper pot, and put your spare coppers in it. They will be put to good use by local charities.
Hymns 467, 405, Part of your plan, 412, May you find Peace,
Readings The Beatitudes
Diary for the Week
Monday Karate Club from 4.30 – 7.30pm
Tuesday Kids Club 6pm at Church House
Wednesday Ladies Guild 2pm (see Diary) Rainbows at 4.45 & Guides from 6.30pm
Thursday Sing for Life Choir 6.30 – 8pm
Saturday Coffee Bar 10am – 12 noon. NO Cantorion, Launch of ‘Belief and Action’ 11am (see Diary)
Sunday Our Family worship at 10.45 will be led by Dr Fiona Liddell and evening worship, including communion, will be led by our Minister
Church Family and Pastoral News
People to hold in your thoughts and prayers during this week: Barbara Walkling, Enid, Marilyn in hospital, those waiting to know what type of treatment they need, those for whom this time of year holds sad memories and the new families who are coping with the cold weather!
Thanks: ‘Thankyou for all the Good Wishes and cards I received during my spell in hospital.’ Anne Hill
On Thursday 27th October, Paul Fairbanks and Anthony Lias were married at Castle Square URC. We celebrate with them and offer them our prayers for a blessed future together.
Dates for your Diary
Wednesday 2nd November Ladies Guild
This week we welcome retired geography teacher, Alan Rosney to our meeting. Alan also has a great love of wild life and he will tell us about the wildlife and culture of Sri Lanka.
Saturday 5th November ‘Belief and action’
At 11am we will be holding a launch event for our ‘Belief and Action’ exhibition which reveals the fascinating history of peace activism in Wales. All are most welcome to attend. Then, in the week following, if anyone could spare an hour or two to staff the exhibition (to sit in the church whilst the exhibition is on) then do please sign up at the back as this is a great opportunity to welcome people into our building and encourage them to reflect on how our beliefs might impact upon our actions. Feel free to bring a book – or a friend!
Saturday 5th November Fireworks
The grounds of Church House will be open giving people of the community the opportunity to view the fireworks; hot drinks will also be provided. The display is due to start at 7pm
Sunday 13th November Additional Church Meeting
We will be holding an additional church meeting immediately following worship in order to make a financial decision regarding the roof that needs church meeting’s approval. It is not expected to last more than 5 minutes.
Sunday 13th November : 4 – 7pm. Film and Chat
For our next film & discussion afternoon, we will be watching an Oscar-nominated Welsh language drama as part of our ‘Belief and Action’ exhibition.
If you’ve got the time to offer a listening ear, a watchful eye, a coffee or perhaps a cwtch to someone who might appreciate it from time to time, then please head to the Victoria Room after this morning’s service for a 5 minute chat about how you could be a pastoral friend.
Serving the Church
What’s stopping you from volunteering to help every once in a while at the Saturday Coffee Bar or with the post-service coffee on a Sunday morning or to lead the prayers of intercession (with help from Phil and/or by reading pre-written prayers if preferred)? Nothing? Good! The sign-up sheets are at the back!
Chris Fennell has volunteered to oversee the readers for Sunday Services. If you are willing to read please let Chris know.
IBRA Handbooks 2017
If you want a copy of ‘Fresh from the Word’ at a cost of £9.99 add your name to the list.
News Sheet – a reminder
Items for the 5th or 12th November news bulletins should be emailed to Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org or phoned through by Wednesday evening.
The Leprosy Mission – last call!
Today is the last day to give your TLM boxes /donations to Pat Howell.
Real Scary – Our Cinema Trip on Monday 31st October………….
….. will be to watch Palme D’Or winning gritty drama – ‘I, Daniel Blake’ at Chapter Cinema, Cardiff. The film starts at 6:05pm on Monday 31st November so please meet us in the foyer by 5:45pm. All are welcome to stay for dinner/drinks and discussion following the film.
Saturday Coffee Bar
Nov 5th ??? & Sue Salmon Nov 12th Viviane & ????
Nov 13th am Rev Dr Phil Wall pm Film & Chat
Flowers for November are being donated by
Olwen Nash, Lesley Mower-Hill, Pat Howell, Hilary & Haydn Goodfellow, and Pam Mahoney
Thought for the Week
Don’t start your day with broken pieces of yesterday. Author Unknown