Weekly Notices 25 Jan 2015

Published 24/01/2015

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’

Flowers Dedicated this Sunday  – The Flowers this week are sponsored by Derek McAuley.

 

15th February: Meet and Eat with the Transylvanian Ministry Students!

Thanks in part to your generous donations in October, three Unitarian ministry students from Transylvania will be spending a week in the UK with the ministry students who are training in Oxford.

They will be at the chapel service on 15th February and you are invited to join us for a pot luck lunch after the service. Please help the organisers by bringing a plate of food to share. If you want

more information, please contact Kate Dean (formerly Buchanan): kateboo{at}gmail.com

 

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 1 February (11am)

Rev Dr Patrick T. O’Neill preaching

Sunday 1 February (7pm)

‘Celebration of Imbolc’ (also known as Candlemas)

This is one of the eight Celtic holy days of the year. It is dedicated to the Goddess Brigid and  celebrates mid-winter with fire, water and ritual. Come and celebrate Imbolc with music, song, poetry, and meditative silence. Led by members of our ‘Wheel of the ‘Year Group’.