Weekly Notices 21 Feb 2016

Published 19/02/2016

Sunday 21st February (11am)

‘Poetry as a Spiritual Practice’

Guest Speaker George Appleby

How reading and learning to write poetry can add to one’s life.

Sunday 21st February  (7pm)

Poetry as a Spiritual Practice’

We will be drawing on George’s talk from the morning, reflecting and sharing our thoughts.

Led by a member of the congregation.

 

Flowers: This week’s arrangement was funded from 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 – admin@Rosslynhillchapel.com 

 

Please note! our Sunday collection basket will be divided with

 the ‘Send a Child to Hucklow’ Fund

www.sendachildtohucklow.org.uk/

 

 

NOTICES & Dates for your Diaries

 

Rosslyn Hill Choir Annual Fund-Raising Event

Friday 4th March – Doors open at 7.00pm

Please do join us for an evening where a two course home-cooked meal is available, also plenty of chances for audience participation in a musical evening with the theme ‘Women in Song’ covering a wide range of styles and personalities. Cash bar & raffle tickets now available on Sundays after the morning service and from Choir members.

 

 

Message from the Management Board

 

Rosslyn Hill Chapel Annual General Meeting will be held on

Sunday 28th February 2016 (after the morning service) – Make a note in your diary now!

There will be light refreshments – tea/coffee and sandwiches – provided in the Chapel between the end of Sunday service and the beginning of the AGM. Childcare will be available

The AGM is the time to review the past year, discuss the report and accounts, hear from the Chapel groups and committees and appoint members to the Management Board.


Make a Difference: Volunteer with Simple Gifts

 Simple Gifts is the largest Unitarian social action project in the London area and works in one of the most deprived boroughs in the city. From its small beginnings four years ago, it has rekindled the aspirations of the original Mansford Street Unitarian church to help the local community. You can read more about the Simple Gifts story here: www.simplegiftsucsa.org.uk

We need your help – if you have a little time to spare during the week, we would love you to join us at one of our community programmes. There are many different ways to help from helping people with their English, playing with local children to preparing a community lunch or assisting with sewing classes. For more information, please contact the Volunteer Manager, Kate: volunteer@simplegiftsucsa.org.uk 

 Services Next Sunday

Sunday 28th February (11am)

Guest Preacher Jeannene Powell

‘What Is There To Fear?’

Exploring the value and reason for fear, we look at different spiritual views of fear and how moving through it helps us become more of who we are, and in turn helps others to do the same.

 

Sunday 28th February (7pm)

Medicine & Spirituality – Presented by Jane Crispin

Jane will reflect on what it has meant to her to have had a career in medicine and some of the important insights about the human spirit that she might have learned.