Notices for Sunday 5th July 2015

Fifth Sunday after Trinity

 

Open Door Stewards: This is Week 1 on your rota.

Calling M U members! Would you like to receive the magazine Families First next year? The cost is excellent value at £10.50 for 6 issues. Please have a word with Pat Atkins or Sheila Allton before July 17th.

Silverwood Service: The next service will be at 11am on Monday 6th July. Support would be appreciated.

Bible Study Group: The next meeting, continuing the Book of Kings will be in the choir vestry at 2:30pm on Tuesday 7th July.

Men's Group: The Men's Group will be visiting the Malt Cross in Nottingham City Centre on Tuesday July 7th meeting at 8:00 pm at the Malt Cross for a guided tour of the buildings and caves. For directions contact Bob Short (bobthevicar@gmail.com, 07913245748) or check their website www.maltcross.com/

Mothers' Union: The Mothers' Union will not be meeting on Thursday the 9th July. However, on Saturday morning, the 11th July we are holding a coffee morning in aid of the Childrens' Society and the MU Big Wheels Campaign (for work with refugees and survivors of abuse). If you have a Childrens' Society collecting box please bring it along with you. As well as coffee and cakes there will be a raffle and bring and buy sale. Hopefully the weather will be kind to us and we can sit outside in our now beautiful garden. 10.00-12.00 noon, admission £1.50.

PARISH NEWS: The deadline for contributions to the next edition is Sunday 12th July. Articles should be sent to philip.sherratt7@googlemail.com or given in person on Sunday mornings. The magazine will be available on Sunday 26th July.

CHURCH FAMILY NEWS
Baptism: Kate Patricia Infield will be baptised here at 12:15pm next Sunday, 12th July. Please support and pray for Verity and her parents and Godparents.

Prayers: please remember in your prayers: Janet Toseland, Avril Shaw, Margery Cooper, Jaqueline Kemp, Dennis Cooper, Lionel Kirk, Ethel Robinson, Sue Smith, Margaret Cameron, George Parrott and Jean Smith who are sick. Remember also Margaret Fallows and Winifred Shaw who died in recent days, and all those who mourn.

 

CofE Central Newsfeed
New Bishops of Aston and Kensington announced
New Bishops of Aston and Kensington announced
Daily Digest - More on planned minutes silence for Tunisia Victims
Daily Digest - More on planned minutes silence for Tunisia Victims
Daily Digest - The Church of England (Church Commissioners) has sold its £1.6m stake in SOCO
Daily Digest - The Church of England (Church Commissioners) has sold its £1.6m stake in SOCO