Sunday 20th May 2018.
O Lord, our Lord. How excellent is your name in all the earth. You have set your glory above the heavens! Psalm 8.1
We are so pleased that you are able to join with us today. If you are on holiday, please take our greetings back to your home church. We are here to worship our risen Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. The Speaker this morning and evening will be Rev Derek Cleave. We pray that both the Speaker and the hearers will receive a blessing from the Lord. The Lord’s Supper will follow the service this morning and all who love the Lord are invited to join with us at this special time. There will be a basket in the foyer to receive gifts for the ‘Food Bank.’ Lord’s Table Servers to be Tony Hollow and Alan Rose.
Door Steward: Joel Perkin.
Flower Distribution today is to be by Pat James.
Church Cleaning for 27th May is to be by Pat and Peter James.
Notices for the week ahead.
Tuesday at 7:30pm in the Schoolroom, Bible Study and Prayer led by Ken Trestrail.
Friday at 2pm in the Chapel, Ladies Choir Practice.
SERVICES SUNDAY 27th May.
10:15am - Anthony Hollow.
6:00pm - Andrew Care.
Door Stewards: Barry Stevens in the morning and Alan Rose in the evening.
Flower Distribution by Nancy White.
Church Cleaning for 3rd June to be by Sandra Crocker and Ruth Trevorrow.
Mary Parsons is a little brighter in herself. We must bring her to the Lord in earnest prayer. Claire is going on steadily. On Thursday she saw the Consultant. She has further cancers, and will have more chemotherapy, but the Consultant has told her that her time is limited. We must continue to pray that she will have peace. David Stratton is now home and feeling much better. We must continue to pray for him and Margaret. Please keep praying for Margaret and Ted and David Cowling and family. Also Elizabeth Trevorrow. She is slowly improving, but would love to be able to get downstairs. Sam Gordon thanks everyone for remembering him in their prayers. He is back home and starting the recovery process.
Congratulations to Tamzyn!
She has been nominated for
’Volunteer Student of the
Year’ for her pastoral work
with the Chaplaincy Team in
the College. She still has
one crutch and is waiting to
see a neurologist about the
nerve damage to her leg.
Please remember to collect stamps for Slavic Gospel Association funds. There is a collecting jar in the Schoolroom.
All the services in the Chapel are recorded and are available to purchase or to borrow. See Maurice Jackson or Joel Perkin if you would like to have one.
Thought for the Week: All Scripture helps us to see our need of JESUS!
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