Week in the Church 25th June 2018
Monday 10.00am Ladies Badminton
Tuesday 9.30am Toddlers+
Wednesday 7.30pm Worship Group Meeting
Thursday 5.45pm Beavers
7.45pm Mixed Badminton
Friday 10.00am Over 60s Keep Fit
Sunday 10.30am Worship led by Revd Alan Gaunt
6.30pm Café Jam
NOTICES for Week Commencing 25th June 2018
1. Flowers provided by Sheila Clague and arranged by Fiona McConnell.
2. The Link: July/August Link is available, please collect your copy.
3. Date for your Diary: Joint Anniversary Worship at St Georges URC Sunday 15th July 3pm. Worship to celebrate Nick’s first year with us. This will be followed by refreshments.
4. Café Jam: An evening of Modern Worship songs. Sunday 1st July 6.30pm. Would you like to learn some new songs, and revisit some not so new, in a relaxed and informal setting?
Lots of drinks and cakes. Meet friends and make new friends. All those who love to sing, of ANY ability, are invited and welcomed to join in this enjoyable event – or just come to listen!
5. Café Jam: any donations of cake would be greatly received, please let Faith, Avril or Selena know if you can make a cake for the event.
6. Book Fayre: Saturday 18th August. Faith Hardie would be very grateful for any book donations.
7. Second Sunday Lunch: Sunday 8th July, tickets available from Jean Ashcroft today
8. Prayer Day: Saturday 7th July 10am – 2pm
An evening of modern
Sunday 1st July 6pm
for a 6.30pm start at Heswall URC
Would you like to learn some new songs, and revisit some not so new, in a relaxed and informal setting?
Lots of drinks and cakes.
Meet friends and make new friends.
All those who love to sing, of ANY ability, are invited and welcomed to join in this enjoyable event – or just come to listen!
Everyone is welcome to Cafe Jam!
Cake donations welcome
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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