Worship Continues
Sunday 21st January 10.30am led by Revd Dr Nick Jones

NOTICES for Week Commencing 15th January 2018
1. Flowers provided by Maureen Anderson and arranged by Mo Wilkinson
2. New Year Afternoon Tea, Friday 26th January 2018 2pm
3. Link Subscriptions: there is a box in the welcome area for subscriptions.
4. Coffee Rota: any volunteers for Sunday morning coffee rota would be greatly appreciated, please see Selena if you could help. We are desperately short of volunteers and would not like to see coffee being unavailable after services.
5. Midweek Communion will be on 24th January 11am. (There will be NO souper lunch afterwards on this occasion.)
6. Taize Prayers around the Cross Sunday 28th January 5pm
7. Serenades on Sunday. 21st January 3pm
8. Notices for next week – please notify Selena in the Church office by Wednesday.

Week in the Church 15th January 2018
Monday 10am Ladies Badminton
Tuesday 9.30am Toddlers+
Wednesday
Thursday 7.45pm Mixed Badminton
Friday 10.00am Over 60s Keep Fit
7.30pm FURY

Arrangements for Ann Brown’s Funeral
Monday 22nd January 2018
10am Landican
10.45am Service of Thanksgiving in Church

HOLY AND HUMOROUS
An Evening with John Bell
Saturday 24th February 2018
7-9pm

Tickets £10
All proceeds to the Iona Abbey Capital Appeal

The event is open to all, especially to anyone who believes there is no fun in faith!!

Tickets available from Church Office.

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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