Weekly Notices 26 Jun 2016
Sunday 26 June (11am) Flower Communion
The Flower Communion is a beautiful celebration of natural diversity and human uniqueness. It was created by a brave Czech Unitarian minister who perished in WWII. Please bring a single flower with you, if you can, and we will gather them together as part of the service.
Led by Rev Kate Dean
Sunday 26 June (7pm) LIVE Music and Meditation
Music affects us at many different levels – from being pleasing to the ears to benefiting mental and physical health at a deeper level. Join musicians Elizabeth Bradley and our new Musical Director John Evans on double bass and piano respectively for an hour of music, to include guided music meditation with improvisations and Bach. We invite you to experience receiving and giving music in a friendly and informal setting. Introduced by Rev Kate Dean.
Flowers: The flowers this week are sponsored by Jenny Noe-Nordberg.
Sponsorships are always welcome and for these we will arrange a display fresh flowers on the Chancel table. If you have a special person or an event to celebrate or remember, please contact Sharron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note! our Sunday collection basket will be divided with ‘London Friend’ (http://www.londonfriend.org.uk)
Please Note! No ‘Pot Luck Lunch’ this Sunday
No Children’s Chapel this Sunday
Our lovely children’s programme leaders have left for their summer holidays so unfortunately, there will be no Children’s Chapel this Sunday. However, we do have some activities for kids to do quietly in the chapel (possibly with parental supervision) and soft toys will be available at the back of the chapel.
Thanks to Emily and Andrew Jackson who have volunteered to run Children’s Chapel next week (3rd July)! If you could help Kojo in running Children’s Chapel on 10th or 17th July, please speak to Kate or email her on email@example.com
Dates for your diaries…
Unitarians are marching in the Parade, London on Saturday 25th June.
Meeting Place: Mounted horseback statue of George Stuart White, Portland Place, London. W1B 1JH
Time of Meeting: 11am at the Statue
Join the Parade: 11.45am for a midday start (finish about 2.30 or 3pm)
All-weather Summer Picnic 3rd July following the service
Please bring your picnic, a blanket, a garden chair (if you need a seat) for this joyful occasion on the manse lawn (or in the Hall if it’s wet).
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 3 July (11am), How are the neighbours?
We will consider who we regard as our neighbours. Do we really know our neighbours and how does our treatment of them express our Unitarian values?
Led by rev Kate Dean
Sunday 3 July (7pm) Rev Kate Dean
An evening of words and music exploring the theme ‘How are the neighbours?’