Weekly Notices 18 Jan 2015
Sunday 18 January 11am
Guest Preacher Terri Quaye
… an invitation to for us to remember the lessons of caring and sharing we expressed at Christmas.
Sunday 18 January (7pm)
‘Psychotherapy and Spirituality’
Led by Martyn Watson (Martyn is a UKCP registered Psychotherapist working in private practice)
Children’s Programme – This week in our Children’s Program, the children will learn about the life and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by reading the biography. “Martin’s Big Words” by Doreen Rappaport. We will explore at his “big words” and try to determine what our “big words” are for our Unitarian beliefs.
Flowers Dedicated this Sunday – This week’s flower arrangement was funded by a grant from the Board that covers un-sponsored Sundays.
If you have someone or an event to celebrate or remember, say it with flowers and help decorate the Chapel for our worship together. Contact Sharron –firstname.lastname@example.org
During January our Sunday collection basket will be divided with
‘Send a Child to Hucklow’
NOTICES & Dates for your Diaries
Amnesty’s Write for Rights Campaign
This year, we will again be supporting the Amnesty International greeting card campaign. We will send messages of goodwill and solidarity to people whose rights have been abused, and those in danger for defending human rights. Cards will be available in the Chapel after morning services on 18 & 25 January, and 1 February, so that the congregation can send a message of hope to prisoners of conscience in many different parts of the world.
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 25 January (11am)
Rev Dr Patrick T. O’Neill preaching
‘Church With a Difference – Here’s Why’
When was the last time you attended a Sunday service of any kind? You might be surprised to find here a church with a difference. The Unitarians welcome you this week!
Sunday 25 January (7pm)
Led by Rev Dr Patrick T. O’Neill
‘Church With a Difference’