Week in the Church 20th November 2017
Monday 10am Ladies Badminton
Tuesday 9.30am Toddlers+
2pm Afternoon Guild: Marcia and Shirley
Getting ready for Christmas
Thursday 7.45pm Mixed Badminton
Friday 10am Over 60s Keep Fit
Saturday 12pm Prayer Day
NOTICES for Week Commencing 20th November 2017
1. Flowers arranged by Mrs Muriel Crompton and Lynda Peck
2. BUDGET 2018
I am currently putting together the budget for 2018. If you are aware of any unusual but anticipated spend by the Church in 2018 please let me know by 17th December 2017. Many thanks. Jim Ford
3. Coffee morning at HeatherMount 10.30am Saturday 25th November £1 all welcome
4. Advent Course led by Revd Dr Nick Jones, will start on Thursday 30th November at 7.30pm, followed by the 7th, 14th and 21st December. The Sign up sheet is outside of Room 2 for all who would like to attend
5. Christmas Coffee Morning 2nd December 10-12pm. Donations for the gift stall, cake stall and raffle would be much appreciated.
6. Christmas Afternoon Tea, Friday 8th December tickets available soon
7. Please could you ensure that tables and chairs are returned to the hall storage room after use Thanks.
8. Coffee Rota: any volunteers for Sunday morning coffee rota would be greatly appreciated, please see Selena if you could help
9. December 22nd, 10-1pm Carol singing outside Tesco.
10. Notices for next week – please notify Selena in the Church office by Wednesday.
6pm at the Grange
7pm at Trepassey Nursing Home, please support this.
Following Carol Singing we will meet in the Cottage Loaf, all welcome.
10am-12.30pm outside Tesco Heswall
Sign up sheets available outside room 2
Sunday 26th November 12pm
Special Church Meeting to Vote on Same Sex Marriages in Church
Sunday 7th January 2018, 12pm
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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