Notices for Sunday 2nd November 2014
All Saints' Sunday
Open Door Stewards: This is Week 1 on your rota.
Ride and Stride Sponsorship: On 13th September Roy Atkins and Gavin Simpson walked seven miles and visited eight Nottinghamshire churches, raising £167 plus gift aid for Notts Historic Churches Trust. Half of this sum
reverts to St John the Baptist Church, Beeston. Gavin and Roy thank members of the congregation and others for the sponsorship for this event.
Please Note: Thursday's Morning Prayer will now be at 9:15am.
All Souls' Service of Remembrance: There will be 2 services of remembrance, tonight at 6:30pm and Tuesday 4th November at 1pm. If you would like anyone to be remembered by name, please add their name to the lists at the back of church.
Remembrance Sunday: You are welcome to put a poppy with a name attached in memory of someone with the flowers on the cupboard near
the vestry. Hazel & Pauline
Bible Study Group: The next meeting will be at 2:30pm in the choir vestry on Tuesday 4th November, to continue our study of the Books of Samuel.
Parish News: the deadline for contributions to the next edition is Sunday 9th November. Articles should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or given in person on Sunday mornings. The magazine will be available on Sunday 30th November.
Silverwod Service: Monday 10th November at 11am. Support would be welcome.
Mothers' Union: Thursday 13th November at 2:15pm in Church: This month we are hoping to make interesting things for the toddlers "Messy Church". We thought as well as this we would all settle down at one table, with a cuppa, to discuss our future plans for 2015. Do we need a speaker every month? Why not something less formal? It will be a very pleasant, relaxed afternoon. Please join us as we are really interested in anything you have to say in this regard.. Everyone welcome.
Prayers: please remember these people in your prayers: Ian Macrae Smith, Janet Toseland, Avril Shaw, Margery Cooper, Jennifer Metcalfe, Jean Smith, Iris Beazley, Cyril Olds and Lyn Capstick who are sick. Remember also Hugh Allton who died in recent days, and all those who mourn.