Worship Continues

Sunday 27th Jan      10.30am  Worship led by Rev Dr Nick Jones

6.30pm    Service for Christian Unity

Second Sunday Lunch Today at 12.15pm

Serenades On Sunday at 3pm

Week in the Church 20th January 2019

 

        Monday           10am               Ladies Badminton

5.30pm           Rainbows

6.00pm           Brownies

7.30pm           Guides

Tuesday           9.30am           Toddlers+

Wednesday     7.30pm            Evening Guild: Colin Millington

Golden Safari

7.30pm           Scouts

Thursday          5.45pm           Beavers

6.45pm           Cubs

7.45pm           Mixed Badminton

Friday              10am               Over 60s Keep Fit

7.00pm           URC Youth

NOTICES for Week Commencing 20th January 2019

  1. Flowers provided by Derek Craig and arranged by Mo Wilkinson
  2. Sunday 27th January 6.30pm Christian Unity Service
  3. Coffee Rota: any volunteers for Sunday morning coffee rota would be greatly appreciated, please see Selena if you could help
  4. Notices for next week – please notify Selena in the Church office by Wednesday.

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Daily Prayer

Monday 21st to Friday 25th

12.30pm followed by lunch at 1pm.
These short prayers followed by lunch will take place at the church of Our Lady & St. John, and will be led each day by the different churches in Heswall.

Joint Service, Sunday 27th January 6.30pm, Heswall URC
This ecumenical service is organised by Churches Together in Heswall, and the preacher will be Canon Trevor Dennis.

 

Saturday 9th March        Synod Meeting

Heswall URC will be hosting the next Synod meeting.

We will need volunteers to help with parts of the day:

  • Car Park assistants
  • Tea and Coffee (am and lunchtime)
  • Welcomers

If you could help, please let Selena know, thank you

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Upendo Orphans Support Project

Several years ago the women of the Kilifi Methodist Church in Kilifi, Kenya became concerned at the growing number of children begging on the streets of Kilifi – a phenomenon not previously known in this small Kenyan town on the coast of East Africa. They realised that more and more of the children were losing their parents due to AIDS, and although most were taken in by other family members, the poverty level here meant that the families just could not feed the extra mouths.

Today, 56 such children are being looked after by these women due to their extraordinary determination.

The project is run by a women’s group from Kilifi Methodist Church but supports children of all beliefs: it is essentially humanitarian in its work. Find out more about the woman behind it all, Grace Mzungu, and her supporters via the website.

A number of our members at Heswall URC supports the work of Upendo by monthly subscriptions.

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