Weekly Notices 26 Oct 2014

Published 24/10/2014

Sunday 26 October (11am)

Guest Preacher Alan Ruston

Five Precepts of Unitarianism’

Sunday 26 October (7.00pm)

‘Readings, Reflections and Music’

 Led by Shirley Malin

Children’s ProgrammeThis Sunday we will be learning about the Hindi festival Diwali, the festival of lights.

The Flowers this Sunday are for Halloween.

Chapel Contributions and Outgoings

The Chapel is independent and self-financing.  We appreciate all the contributions made by our members and visitors.  Each week, we publish the level of contributions by the chapel community as well as the costs related to running our beautiful chapel.

*** Last Sunday’s plate collection (+ Gift Aid) £ 131.08

** Members by Standing Order £ 291.83

* Chapel Outgoings £ 1142.38

During October our Sunday collection basket

will be divided with our ‘Cold Weather Shelter’

 

NOTICES & Dates for your Diaries

POT LUCK LUNCHES – The next ‘Pot Luck Lunch’ will be on Sunday 26 October in the side aisle at 12.30pm (after the morning service). This is an informal, friendly occasions – all are welcome and the request is to bring some food to share or make a financial contribution (£2.50 minimum).We look forward to seeing you there. Margaret Perry

Our Minister

Our minister, Patrick O’Neill, had his knee replacement surgery on 12 September and is now convalescing at home. He is attending physiotherapy classes. He hopes to be back on Sunday 16 November 2014.

Services Next Sunday

Sunday 2 November (11.00am)

Guest Preacher Rev Peter Hewis

‘Food and Religion’

We hear a great deal about fasting in times like Lent and Ramadan but what about the role of food and religion. What is your favourite food and if you knew that you were about to share a final meal what would you eat and drink and who would you invite?

Sunday 2 November (7.00pm) – Evening Gathering

Samhain Celebration’  (pronounced sow-inn – also called Halloween)

A time to honour our ancestors and to say farewell to those that have passed this last year. The service is participatory and one of the eight great Celtic celebrations during the “Wheel of the Year”. Led by members of our “Wheel of the Year” group