Get a taste for FUSE 2018!
Registration will open soon for the Festival of Unitarians in the South East which takes place 16 – 18 Feb at Horsley Estate in Surrey. You can get a taste of what FUSE is all about by looking at the video on the London District LDPA website (www.ldpa.org.uk)
Admin Asst. Job Vacancy – Applications are still welcomed
Rosslyn Hill Chapel Administration Assistant (part time)
Mature person able to effectively organise his/her time, must have skills with banking and accounts, able to deal with a range of people. Experience with updating websites, preferably using WordPress is welcome. Normally 8 hours per week + additional as required.
Applications: If you would like to know more about these positions or to apply, then please email your CV with ‘Job vacancy’ in the subject heading to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking of becoming a member?
Recently we welcomed eight new members into our spiritual community! If you have been attending our Chapel services and events for some time, you might consider making Rosslyn Hill Unitarian Chapel your spiritual home. Our Chapel community is independent, self-governing and self-financing, with a rich history of social change. As well as taking part in Sunday Services, our members organise and support a wide range of activities and events. If you would like to find out more, please contact Rev Kate Dean (email@example.com), or speak to one of the Stewards.
Good Cause of the Month
Our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘Cold Weather Shelter’
Flowers for the Chalice Table
The flowers this Sunday are provided by our hard-working Flower Group – thank you!
If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember with flowers, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering at the Cold Weather Shelter – sign up this Sunday
Rosslyn Hill Chapel has hosted the Shelter for several years. Again we will open the Chapel hall on Friday nights (from 3rd November to mid-January) to provide up to 15 homeless guests each week with dinner, conversation and entertainment, a safe bed, and a hearty breakfast. There are lots of ways to help – serving food, chatting, playing board games, staying overnight, cooking, or donating towards the costs (approximately £100 per week).
We need 5 or 6 volunteers for each Friday evening, 2 for each Friday night, and 4 for each Saturday morning (guests leave by 9am). The guests tell us the Shelter really does change lives. If you would like to take part or to find out more, please contact Leighton Cole: email@example.com Tel 020 8444 9728.
Visit C4WS’s website for more information on their work: www.C4WSHOMELESSPROJECT.org
Stewarding Can You Help? An Appeal to all Members!
Stewarding is a simple way to get more involved. Good stewarding makes a difference: a warm welcome from the stewards is a welcome to the Chapel. Please look at your diaries and contact Zoe Gerrard (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) with any dates in the next few months when you’d be available. If you haven’t stewarded at a service before please don’t worry as there is always an experienced worship assistant present.