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Notices: 29th October 2017

"Jesus said, 'Love the Lord your God with all your soul and with all your mind. And love your neighbour as yourself'."

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. Today Mr. Keith Trencher is leading our Worship.


Steward On Duty Today:

Steward duty today is Steve Maslevic, any problems please see either Steve or any other stewards.

The Welcomers:

The Welcomers are Gill Kenyon, Mavis Taylor and Kath Powter.

Bible Readings:

Matthew 22: 34-40

Coffee Will Be Served By:

Coffee will be served by Margaret Thompson’s team Lynne Haighton, Alison Critchley, Barbara Cuniff and Steph Shipley.

Flowers Today:

Flowers are given by Colin Nelson and family and Audrey Tavener; Colin in memory of Ann; Audrey in Memory of Davina.

Distribution of Flowers After Service:

Distribution of flowers after Service Zoe Scowcroft and Carolyn Haslam.

Expression of Thanks

Marilyn Sutcliffe and her family would like to express their huge thanks to everyone for the kind thoughts, flowers, cards and support they received after the death of her husband Geoff.


This Week's Events

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

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

Knit & Natter
Tuesday: 10.30am - 12.00pm

Coffee Morning
Thursday: 10.00am - 12.00pm.

Choir Practice
Thursday: 6.45pm - 7.45pm

Band Rehearsal
Thursday: 7.45pm

First Friday Group "Fun & Games"
Friday 1.30pm - 3.00pm

Chaos Coffee Morning
Saturday 10.00- 11.30pm

Pbones
Following on from our great drumming workshop last year at church, this year we've asked, "Sliding about" to come and lead a fun workshop with "Pbones", which are plastic trombones and great fun. For anyone and everyone over the age of 6, this is on Saturday 11th November from 2pm till 4pm and is £8 for adults and £5 for children or a reduced price for families. Please see Susy Martin or Martyn Seddon who are taking names.

Posada
POSADA is a Spanish word meaning “inn”. It is a celebration that started in Mexico where two young people were chosen to dress as Mary and Joseph and travel from house to house during the Advent asking for a room for the night, and telling of the imminent arrival of Jesus. They arrive back in Church on Christmas Eve. The modern equivalent is based on this concept but enables people to give their Nativity Figures, Mary and Joseph, a different home each night during Advent, symbolising making room for Jesus. The figures travel round the church family being welcomed and passed on each night. Refreshments and fellowship are offered each night by the hosts. They are returned on Christmas Eve at the service and welcomed back. We are hoping to start this at the beginning of Advent December 3rd and if you would like to take part please sign the form in the foyer today, closing date the 12th November. If you have no transport and would like to take part, please let us know and that will be arranged for you. Thank you, Hilary. The form for signing up for “Posada” is on the lectern in the foyer.

Craft Fair
On Saturday 18th November we are hosting a Craft Fair. The coffee lounge will be open, and we are serving drinks pasty and peas and homemade cake. We are asking if anyone can make a cake - we would like it to be just home-made cakes rather than shop bought as that is what we are advertising. If you would be willing to make one can you, please let Joyce Read Margaret Thompson or Lorraine Lowe know. Thank you, Joyce Read.

Rotary Shoebox Scheme
The gift of a shoebox that contains toys, toiletries, educational items or household goods is a drop of happiness to the people of Eastern Europe who live in a world of poverty. For many, it will be the first present that they have ever received, and it lets them know that somebody, somewhere cares. If you would like to take part, please see Dennis or Doreen Hobson.


Next Week at The Triangle Community Church

The Service Next Week:

(5th November) Revd. Hilary Howarth will be leading our Worship including Holy Communion and the Baptism of Ciara Molly Dora Ahern daughter of Jen.

The Welcomers Next Week:

The Welcomers are Andrew, Zoe, Eddie and Annie Scowcroft.

Coffee Next Week:

Coffee will be served by Joyce Read’s team Kath Powter, Trish Kemp, Mary Robinson Mavis Taylor and Alison Foster.

Flowers Next Week:

Joyce Read will be providing flowers.


Parting Thought

"Have a heart that never hardens, a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts."


Notices Information

All notices for Sunday (5th November) should be sent to me by 6pm on Wednesday 1st November please. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01204 413664.


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