Good Cause of the Month
Our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘The Refugee Council’, one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees and asylum seekers and supporting them to rebuild their lives.
There are two flower sponsorships this week:
Ken Levy writes, ‘in memory of Ann Finer, ‘It’s five years since you said that you were “ready for the off”, Ann. I so admire your spirited acknowledgement that you had reached the end of your path. Flowers and Love for you as always. Ken xx’
And Angela Vargas writes:’The flowers this week are sponsored by the daughters of June Ventris for her birthday – in loving and grateful memory.’
If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember with flowers, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Happy Harvest Decorations Club!
The Flower Group welcomes anyone who would like to join them on Thursday 14th September (3.15-5.15pm) to decorate for our Harvest Festival. Flowers, fruit and veg are provided. Pleasant, easy work and good fun. Just come along or contact Janna Williams for further details (email@example.com)
Living with Integrity: ‘Embodying Equality’
Monday 11th September at 7.00m in the side aisle of the Chapel
(doors open from 6.30pm for refreshments)
Join us to discuss the latest chapter of the Living with Integrity book. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t managed to read the chapter! Catherine Osborn will be our guest speaker and will be exploring the meaning of inequality; the difficulties in achieving true equality; how we’ve progressed as a country and what there is left to do.
Open House/Open Chapel afternoon – Sunday 17th September 1.00-4.00 pm
The Chapel will be open, to coincide with the London Open House weekend, on Sunday 17th.
We look forward to showing visitors round our lovely and historic Chapel and offering them hospitality, that is refreshments and a warm welcome, and a chance to see the Chapel decorated for Harvest celebrations. Do bring any family members and friends along who might to look round.
Stewarding Can You Help? An Appeal to all Members
Stewarding is a simple way to get more involved. Good stewarding makes a difference: a warm welcome from the stewards is a welcome to the Chapel. Please look at your diaries and contact Zoe Gerrard (note correct email: firstname.lastname@example.org) with any dates in the next few months when you’d be available. If you haven’t stewarded at a service before please don’t worry as there is always an experienced worship assistant present.
Thinking of becoming a member? If you have been attending our Chapel services and events for some time, you might consider making Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel your spiritual home and community. Our Chapel community is independent, self-governing and self-financing, with a rich history of social change. As well as taking part in Sunday Services, our members organise and support a wide range of activities and events. If you would like to find out more, please contact Rev Kate Dean email@example.com, or speak to one of the Stewards on a Sunday morning.