Weekly Notices 16 Oct 2016

Published 14/10/2016

This Sunday
Sunday 16th October (11.00 am)

Rev Kate Dean

The Dance of Life’
We consider the power of dance to build community and its spiritual importance. To mark the 70th Anniversary of the Rona Hart Dance School which has seen generations of young dancers pass through our Chapel Hall, we will enjoy performances by some of the current students. We will also celebrate the life of Rona Hart, who sadly passed away last weekend.

Sunday 16th October (7.00pm)
‘Dance for All’
We are dancing for enjoyment to beautiful music from many cultures and to support a chosen charity. Led by Zoe Gerrard

News

Flowers 
The flowers this week have been provided by the Chapel’s Management Board in memory of Rona Hart, found of the Rona Hart School of Dance, which was established in the Chapel Hall 70 years ago.

Monthly Good Cause!
To mark Black History Month and our dance theme, our Sunday collection basket will be divided with IRIE Dance Theatre’  

Food Bank

Rosslyn Hill Chapel continues to support a Food Bank in Chalk Farm. Thanks to everyone who has donated so far to our Chapel Food Bank.
Please continue to help us to feed local people in crisis by donating any of the items from the list below and bring them along to Chapel next time you come.

This is what the Food Bank wants:

Chopped tomatoes
Baked beans
Biscuits
Feminine hygiene products
Home cleaning products and sponges

They have enough pasta and rice!

Heart and Soul’ alternative week night service 

A gentle, informal and interactive week night service with a mix of readings, meditation and sharing. It’s based on the popular service run by Kensington Unitarians at Essex Church which is held on the 1st Thursday of the month. Led by Lindsay Stevens.
Next meeting: Monday 17th October at 7.00pm in Basement Cottage 2 (note different location)

Book Group
This month we are reading ‘The Invention of Air: A Story Of Science, Faith, Revolution, And The Birth Of America’ by Steven Johnson – the story of the great Unitarian, Joseph Priestley, a founding father and a brilliant man who embodied the relationship between science, religion, and politics. Come along at the end of October to discuss it with us.

Next meeting: 24th October at 7pm in the Committee Room (entrance at the rear of the chapel)

Date for your diaries – Saturday 12th November ‘Induction Service’

We will be holding the induction service to welcome Rev Kate Dean as our minister on Sunday 12th November a 2.00pm. You are all welcome to come but you must reply so that we can plan delicious treats. Look out for your official invitation that was sent to chapel members this week and don’t forget to RSVP!

Next Sunday
Sunday 23rd October (11.00pm)
Rev Kate Dean 

‘Voices for Black History Month’ October is Black History Month in the UK and we will mark this by hearing about the inspiring black and ethnic minority voices in many people’s lives, from poetry to stories of personal heroes.

Sunday 23rd October (7.00pm)
LIVE Music and Meditation
Join us for uplifting live piano music from John Evans and different forms of relaxing meditation with Rev Kate Dean; guided meditation, walking meditation, chanting and body prayer.