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This week is Seventh Week of Easter

 

Focus of Evangelism

Fr Ian is putting together an evangelism Task Group in each church.  Their purpose will be to look at ways we can reach out & serve our communities & bring the Good News into their lives, in line with the Archbishop of Canterbury's booklet 'Evangelism for the Local Church', which has been sent out to all the clergy.  Please have a think & pray as to whether you want to join these important groups.

Big Brekkie - In aid of Christian Aid - Saturday 12th May 2018

THANK YOU to everyone who helped or attended the Big Brekkie yesterday for Christian Aid. We raised over £250! This will he used in the most deprived areas of the world.

Transport for the Pilgrimage to Walsingham

Please give your £50 to Fr Ian, asap but by 10th June at the latest.

Thy Kingdom Come Events

‘I cannot remember in my life anything that I’ve been involved in where I have sensed so clearly the work of the Holy Spirit.’ Archbishop Justin Welby.

From Ascension to Pentecost 10-20 May 2018, hundreds of thousands of Christians worldwide will be praying for the empowering of the Holy Spirit that many will come to faith in Jesus Christ.  Now in its third year, what started as a simple call to prayer from the  Church of England has blossomed into an international ecumenical prayer movement.  We in our two churches will be involved in this, praying that people in our communities will open up their hearts to Christ & come to worship.  On Sunday 6th May you will each be given an envelope in which you will find aids to help you join in this prayer movement.  On Friday 11th May there will be a Holy Hour in St Mary Magdalene’s at 10.00am to begin the period of prayer there & at 1.00pm in St Michael’s on the same day there will be  prayer meeting to do the same there. 

Messy Church - Monday 14th May

At 3.15pm in the Magdalene Centre. Volunteers needed.

PCC Meeting 

The next PCC Meeting is on Wednesday 23rd May at 7.00pm in the choir vestry.  All agenda items or apologies to Kath Davies or Fr Ian.

 

 


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