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Notices: 1st April 2018

Easter Sunday: "The angel said to the women, “do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay."

Asubuhi njema na Karibu, Jambo, Bonjour, Goeiemôre, Goedemorgen

Good morning and we are delighted that you are with us today. We hope you find your time of worship helpful and uplifting. This morning Revd. Hilary Howarth is leading our Service followed by Holy Communion.

Steward On Duty Today:

Steward duty today is Mandy Atkinson any problems please see either Mandy or any other stewards.

The Welcomers:

The Welcomers are June Tweedley, Steph Shipley, and Estelle Buckley.


Easter is coming…
Easter is here…

Christ is risen!
He is risen indeed!
Alleluia! Alleluia!

Darkness cannot overcome the light of God.
Death cannot defeat the life of God.
We take away the symbols of betrayal, suffering and death.

Stripping of the Cross

We remove the cup – the symbol of suffering love.
We remove the money bag and thirty pieces of silver – the symbols
of betrayal.

We remove the whip – the reminder of the cruelty inflicted upon our innocent Lord.
We remove the palms – symbol of praise that so quickly turned to derision and to cries of “crucify”.
We remove the bowl and towel and the bread and wine – symbols
of the sacrificial love of Jesus.
We remove the nails – that held our Saviour to the cross.
We remove the crown of thorns and purple robe – the reminders
of the mockery Jesus endured.
We replace the crown of thorns with a crown of flowers for
Jesus is risen!

God has put an end to death and darkness
in the risen life of Jesus Christ.
Christ is risen indeed.
Alleluia! Alleluia!

During the singing of the hymns the stewards will dress the cross with flowers.

Thoughts & Prayers

Our thoughts and prayers are with Louise, Faustin and family on the sad loss of Louise's Dad who passed away peacefully on Monday in the Congo.

Also, with Margaret Wood whose brother passed away peacefully in hospital yesterday.


Bible Readings:

Matthew 28:1-20

Coffee Will Be Served By:

Coffee will be served by Trevor Massey’s team Fiona Gorton, Janet and Trevor Davies, Faustin Musombwa and Ruth Hall.

Flowers Today:

Flowers are given by Dorothy Pendlebury.

Rota Duty for Junior Church Helpers:

Alison Kramer (B) Lynne Haighton (E)

Prayer Ministry

If you have any concerns or worries and you would like someone to pray with you after the service, see Denis and Betty Anne Kirkham who will be at the front of the church by the choir seats.


This Week's Events

Monday to Wednesday Café Lounge Closed.

Tuesday: No Prayer Group or Knit and Natter.

Funeral of Kenneth Toothill, Father of Carolyn Haslam
Tuesday 10.15am.

Connect Too
Tuesday 7.30pm Subject “Heaven’s Hosts!”

Thursday: Café re-opens

Coffee Morning
Thursday 10.00 to 12.00pm

Band Rehearsal
Thursday 7.45pm - 9.00pm

First Friday Group
Friday 1.30pm “A Visit to the Palace,” speaker Joyce Wiggins

Rise up Against Hunger
The meal pack of 35,000 meals is now arranged at Sharples School, Bolton, on Saturday14th April in the Leisure Centre. We now need meal packers for the session 1.00 to 3.00 pm Previous sessions have been enjoyable. Please let Dennis and Doreen Hobson know if you can help.

Volunteers For The Pantry
The Pantry on Johnson Fold at The Hope Centre run between them and Urban Outreach is having an open afternoon on Thursday 12th April from 3.00pm, to which everyone is welcome. They will show people around and what the work involves, hoping that they can recruit much needed volunteers.

Junior Church Lent Appeal
I would like to thank everyone who have made cakes, for our 2018 Lent Appeal, and to our Church family who have I'm sure enjoyed eating them during coffee to support our efforts. This year we have raised £222.00 which will go towards Ben's Theological course expenses. Once again, a big thank you to everyone. Beryl Leighton

JMA Sponsored Swim
The swim will take place at Bolton School, on Saturday 28th April 2018 from 5.30pm-7.30pm. Please see Ruth Haslam for sponsors forms closing date 18th April.

Next Week at The Triangle Community Church

The Service Next Week:

(8th April) Mrs. Sue Snowden will be leading our Morning Worship.

6.30pm Quiet Space subject "God, interrupting". Led by Revd. Hilary Howarth

The Welcomers Next Week:

The Welcomers are Ann Worsley, Roger Taylor and Rob Broughton.

Coffee Next Week:

Coffee will be served by Margaret Thompson’s team: Lynne Haighton, Louise Tabanzane, Alison Critchley; Barbara Cunniff, Steph Shipley and John Clark.

Flowers Next Week:

Pauline Stott will be providing flowers.


Parting Thought

" We live and die; Christ died and lived! "


Notices Information

All notices for Sunday (8th April) should be sent to me by 6pm on Wednesday 4th April please. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01204 413664.


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