Posted at 01/03/10 - 12:07 AM
Wednesday 24th March at 7.00pm in St Peter’s Hall
Promise to Vote!
Preventing People Losses
‘Live the life’
‘Home Alone’ on Christmas Day
There are now some photographs on the notice board near the coffee area if anyone is interested to see what happens at our Christmas Day Meal.
Cleaning in Church
Rod Lucas has now taken over a number of Welcome Team responsibilities previously undertaken by Ted Allnutt. Rod is now responsible for rotas of the Welcome Team, Bible Readers and those who assist at the Eucharist. All rotas are now displayed on the notice board and distributed in the pigeonholes by the refreshment area. If any of you feel that you could assist our Sunday worship, particularly the 9am service, on any of these teams then please contact Rod in church or home 01787 247354 or email@example.com
Please can all groups let the church office have their proposed meeting dates for 2010 as soon as possible.
A passion for life…
Friday 12th March at Stowmarket URC
There are also other events planned in Ipswich. See posters at cross aisles for more details.
Lions’ Club offer
Thompson and Morgan have developed a new, scented begonia called ‘Sweet Charity’, which is available only through the Lions’ Club at a cost of £10 for 5 tubers. If you’d like to be the first to grow this new flower, and do a bit for charity, please contact Lions’ Secretary Andy Friend, at August House, Church Road, Bacton, Stowmarket IP14 4LN. Tel: 781002.
Flower Rota & Cleaning Rota
The Flower Rota and Cleaning Rota for 2010 are now ready, so if you are involved in either of these areas please collect them from the pigeonholes in the coffee area.
Car lifts to Church services
Quite a number of our much valued Church members, particularly those who attend the 9:00am service, have begun to find it difficult to attend Church regularly because they are not as “sprightly” as they were. Members of the Church already give lifts to others, and this is very much appreciated, but it would be helpful if anyone else is prepared to offer lifts on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
We are conscious that some familiar faces are often missing and it may simply be that they are finding it difficult to attend regularly.
Please let Roy Pettitt or the Church Office, know if you can provide a lift for someone. Roy Pettitt, Church Warden
All profits from the CD will go to the children who made it.
Wednesday 24th February
Saturday 27th February
Friday 12th March
21st February 2010
Jesus said, “It is written: ‘Man does not live on bread alone’.”
Reinhold Neibuhr was the son of German parents and was born in America at the end of the 19th century. He was ordained in 1915 and gained a reputation for supporting the working classes and standing up against racism.