Weekly Notices 17 Jul 2016
Sunday 17th July (11am) Rev Kate Dean
‘Inspired by Shakespeare’
Rosslyn Hill Chapel Choir collaborates with Shakespeare enthusiasts to mark Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary and celebrate the words of Shakespeare which have inspired so many. The choir will perform a selection of poetry set to music by Vaughn Williams while chapel members George Appleby, Shirley King and Janna Williams will share some of their favourite quotations. Service conducted by Rev Kate Dean.
Sunday 17th July (7pm) Dementia & Spirituality
Presented by David Smith
Reflections on the connections and challenges of spirituality for people living with dementia.
Flowers: The display is sponsored by Emily Jackson this week, in memory of Agnes Jackson. If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note! our Sunday collection basket will be divided with
‘Pathways Through Dementia’
Please Note: There is no separate Sunday Children’s Programme during July and August. A box of soft toys is available at the back of chapel for young ones during the service. Parents are asked to remain with their children during the service.
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.
Sunday 31st July 2.00 – 4.00pm
at Rosslyn Hill Chapel
Dementia Friends workshop – learn more about dementia and how to help those affected. This lively and informative session will be run by Sara Wilcox, a Unitarian and founder of the charity Pathways Through Dementia.
Alan Ruston on James Martineau
If you missed Alan Ruston’s sermon on James Martineau or wanted to experience it again, he has kindly sent a copy to Rev Kate Dean. Please contact her if you would like to read it: email@example.com
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 24th July (11am) Guest Preacher Rev Jim Robinson
‘Neurotheology: the Scientific Study of Religious Experience.’
Using modern scientific tools like MRI, Pet Scans, EEG, etc. along with sophisticated social science surveys, researchers are able to clinically describe what is happening when people are having religious/spiritual experiences. It is both interesting and inspiring.
Sunday 24th July (7pm) Guest Preacher Rev Jim Robinson
‘The Art of Turning Problems into Opportunities’.
The title pretty well describes the content – there will also be exercises people can do to see how to put it into practice.