Weekly Notices 19 Apr 2015
Sunday 19th April (11am)
Rev Dr Patrick T. O’Neill preaching – ‘In The Comfort of Small Harbours’
The second of two sermons inspired by Adrienne Rich’s notion of ‘severer listening’. This morning’s sermon draws on the seminal work of theologian James Fowler’s questions of faith. A great Sunday to visit church if you’ve been away for a while.
Sunday 19th April (7pm)
Rev Dr Patrick T. O’Neill preaching – ‘Reflections on the Discipline of Severe Listening’
Dr. O’Neill leads a discussion on the spiritual discipline of’ “severe listening’. Come join us!
Children’s Programme – This week we will learn about the concepts of prejudice and racism and explore hoe pre-judging others limits our own experiences and growth.
Flowers Dedicated this Sunday – The flowers this Sunday are sponsored by Jane and David Williams, ‘Married 51 years and still going strong!’
During March our Sunday collection basket will be divided with
NOTICES & Dates for your Diaries
Toilet Twinning – Please support the ‘Toilet Twinning‘ project which provides improved sanitation, clean water and hygiene education in poor communities to help stop children under the age of 5 from dying as a result of dirty water and poor sanitation. When you visit the Chapel, please pop into one of the loos in order to put some money into the collecting boxes. Every time we collect £60 a toilet in a poor community will be twinned with ours .We’re aiming to have a string of them across the world!
Coffee Hour – During the month of April, I hope to fill a rota for 2 months – until end of June – for the ‘coffee hour’ after Sunday morning services. I enjoy this activity and now is the time to pass this opportunity on to others, after the last Sunday in April, when I shall step down from ‘coffee hour’ activity. It’s an enjoyable and important service. Please let me know if you would like to take an ‘occasional turn at the urn’. Thanks, Margaret Perry.
Chapel Poetry Group – The poetry group meets on Monday 4th May, at 7:30pm in Basement Cottage 3. Anyone who likes to write, read, share, or just listen to poetry is welcome. For more information contact George Appleby on o2o 7424 9733 or gappleby [at] talktalk.net
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 26th April (11am)
Guest Preacher Rev Jopie Boeke
‘Treasure your tears’
In our culture there is a tendency to distrust our tears and suppress them. But tears can teach us what really matters in life and help us to discover deeper sources of comfort available to every human being.
Sunday 26th April (7 pm)
‘Tai Chi & Spirituality’
‘Tai Chi’ connects us with the ever-changing, ever-flowing cycle, rhythm and harmony of life.It is sometimes called a moving meditation. Led by Margaret Perry.