Notices for Sunday 20th April 2014

Easter Day


Open Door Stewards: This is Week 3 on your rota.

Volunteers needed for Sunday coffee duty. Please see Jeanette Simons.

The sale of Easter Chicks raised £131 for Cancer Research. Many thanks to all. Hazel and Pauline.

Thank you for your support at the Coffee Morning last Saturday in aid of Cancer Research. We raised £425.

Pilgrim Course: A reminder to all who attended the Pilgrim Course
during Lent. We are meeting again on Tuesday 22nd April at 8pm, in
Church to help Liz Wilson with her dissertation. Liz will be running
a focus group for about an hour to ask questions about discipleship.

Bible Study Group: The group will resume its weekly meetings in the choir vestry starting at 2:30pm on Tuesday 29th April. (Please remember to use the vestry door into the church.) The topic will be the Book of Judges. This would be a good point for any newcomers to join us; they would be very welcome. Philip Wheeler (925 4346).
The Leprosy Mission: Chilwell Road Methodist Church, Thursday May 1st 2014, 7.30 pm, Allister du Plessis, Area Co-0rdinator for The Leprosy Mission. A new look at the caring work of The Leprosy Mission. Come and find out more. All welcome. Cakes and beverages available

Prayers: please remember these people in your prayers: Ian Macrae Smith, Janet Toseland, Avril Shaw, Margery Cooper, Jennifer Metcalfe and Lyn Capstick who are sick. Remember also Graham Hill who died in recent days, and all those who mourn.

Parish Contacts: Revd Wayne Plimmer, Vicar: 925 4571. Kathryn Weller, Admin Assistant: 07709 756949 Email: (Messages can also be left on the desk in the Parish Office) Website:


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