Weekly Notices 3 Jul 2016
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?’
Flowers: The flowers this week are sponsored by Jim Burtles, in celebration of Britta’s 80th birthday!
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: email@example.com
Please note! our Sunday collection basket will be divided with
‘Pathways Through Dementia’
Emily and Andrew will be running the Children’s Programme today (Sunday 3rd July), but there is no separate Sunday Children’s Programme the rest July and in August.
Rosslyn Hill Chapel continues to support a Food Bank in Chalk Farm. Thanks to everyone who has donated so far to our Chapel Food Bank. Please continue to help us to feed local people in crisis by donating any of the items from the list below and bring them along to Chapel next time you come.
All-weather Summer Picnic 3rd July following the morning service – bring your picnic and blanket for this joyful occasion on the manse lawn (or in the Hall if it’s wet).
Sunday 31st July 2.00 – 4.00pm
at Rosslyn Hill Chapel
Dementia Friends workshop – learn more about dementia and how to help those affected. This lively and informative session will be run by Sara Wilcox, a Unitarian and founder of the charity Pathways Through Dementia.
Services Next Sunday
Sunday 10 July (11am) Guest Preacher Alan Ruston
‘The most well known British Unitarian thinker – James Martineau. How relevant is he today?
‘Those who attended the Anniversary service in June, will know that James Martineau was the preacher at the opening of the new Rosslyn Hill chapel in 1862. There is a large memorial to him in the building, but who was he and what made him so influential?
Sunday 10 July(7pm)
Evening Gathering – Meditation ‘Meditation is listening to the divine within’ Edgar Cayce. Come and join us for meditation – guided meditation, silent meditation and walking meditation. Led by Ingrid Tavkar