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Notices: 24th September 2017

"The Lord is good to all: he has compassion on all he has made."

Asubuhi njema na Karibu, Jambo, Bonjour.

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 Mrs. Sarah Booth is leading our morning Worship.


Steward On Duty Today:

Steward duty today is Joe Leighton, any problems please see either Joe or any other stewards.

The Welcomers:

The Welcomers are Rita Wood, June Tweedley and Kath Powter.

Bible Readings:

Psalm 145.1-9; Matthew 20:1-16

Coffee Will Be Served By:

Coffee will be served by Trevor Massey’s team Dorothy Pendlebury, Julie Smith, Renee Easterbrook, Barry and Ann Worsley.

Flowers Today:

Flowers are given by Sheila Nelson in Memory of John.

Distribution of Flowers After Service:

Distribution of flowers after Service Gill Kenyon and Estelle Buckley.

Rota Duty for Junior Church Helpers:

Rota for Junior Church helpers Alison Kramer(B) and Anne Haslam(E)


This Week's Events

Coffee Lounge
Monday to Friday: opens between 10.00am - 2.30pm

Silent Prayer - Led By Roger Gibbard
Monday: 1.30 - 2.30pm

Praying Together
Tuesday: 10.00am - 10.30am. Please consider joining us, if only occasionally, in this time of prayer.

Knit & Natter
Tuesday: 10.30am - 12.00pm

Steward’s Meeting
Wednesday 7.00pm

Coffee Morning
Thursday: 10.00am - 12.00pm

Band Rehearsal
Thursday: 7.00pm

Mission and Outreach Meeting
Thursday:7.30pm. All are welcome.

Harvest Appeal
The Harvest Appeal for Urban Outreach has raised £367.99 of which £221 has been Gift Aided. Thank you so much for your generosity. Sheila Richardson.

Questionnaire
In 2015, we did a questionnaire of life at the Triangle. We're repeating it again and would be grateful if you could complete it either e-mail to me or hand them back at church on a Sunday morning or by passing them onto Steve Maslevic. The closing date to return them is Sunday 8th October. They can be anonymous, if you wish. Thank you. Estelle

Photographs
Photographs next Sunday 1st October Trevor Davies will be available in the back room after the service to take portrait photographs of any of our recent newcomers whose photo is not on display. This helps everyone in knowing “who’s who.”

Faith and Worship
Faith and Worship Monday 2nd October at 7.30pm. Any suggestions for example theme for next year’s “FFF” and any other ideas please let Hilary or Brian know beforehand. All are welcome to attend.

Church Council Meeting
The next Church Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 11th October 2017. If there are any items for the agenda please let me know by Tuesday 3rd October. If your group has met since the Executive meeting last August please let me have an up to date report to circulate before the Church Council meeting. You can contact me by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , telephone: 01204 841652 or items can be handed to me at church on 1st October. Thanks, Ann Massey

Methodist Women in Britain
Date: Wednesday 4th October 10.00am- 3.00pm Venue: Tottington Methodist Church, Market Street, Tottington. Induction of new President Mrs. Maudine Morris. Speaker Gill Dascombe. Please bring packed lunch, drinks will be provided. See poster for more details.

Sharing Hope in Crisis Seminar
Saturday 11th November 9.00- 4.30pm at Clithroe Community Church, The Kings Centre, Millthorne Ave, Clitheroe BB7 2LE. The church will provide refreshments and a light lunch for a suggested donation of £4.00. Please see poster for more details and speak to Denis Kirkham who can tell you more about it.

Catherine Hill would like to thank everyone who knew her Dad, and came up to him and say, “Hello Bernard” when he attended the Triangle. He used to know a few people but he couldn't tell me who they were.

Wanted
Books for our avid readers please. Thank you, Jo Farris.


Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to Hilda Selby on Wednesday 27th September!

Happy 3rd Birthday to Asher on Thursday 28th September!


Next Week at The Triangle Community Church

The Service Next Week:

(1st October) Revd. Fraser Smith will be leading our Worship and will include Holy Communion.

The Welcomers Next Week:

The Welcomers are Estelle Buckley, Anne Worsley and Roger Taylor.

Coffee Next Week:

Coffee will be served by Margaret Thompson’s team Astley Jones, Rita Wood, June Tweedley Leighton, Christine Cross and Linda Thompson.

Flowers Next Week:

Doris Partington, Linda Thompson and Brian Smith will be providing flowers. Doris in Memory of Barry; Linda in Memory of Mum; and Brian in Memory of Mum.


Parting Thought

"God sends us a message with each new dawn and waits, like a patient suitor, for us to hear him."


Notices Information

All notices for Sunday (1st October) should be sent to me by 6pm on Wednesday 27th September please. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01204 413664.


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