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June 24th Bible Month week 4
10.30am Service of Holy Communion led by Rev David Glasson
6.30pm ‘Traditional’ Preaching Service led by Mr Paul Strange
10.00-11.30am Coffee & chat in the hall, all welcome.
2.00pm Evergreen Club.
6.30pm Choir Rehearsal in the hall.
10.30am – 11.30am Cuppa & chat in the hall. There will be a Fairtrade Stall.
Lunch at 12.00 All welcome. To book lunch ring Monica 01629 732935 or Janet 01629 55932
Having linked in with the ecumenical Lent Groups between Christmas and Easter, our Monday Groups will resume again after Easter for a series of five sessions linked to the Bible Month material about Jonah that has been produced by the Methodist Church. The planned dates for the Monday groups are a bit spread out, due to bank holidays either clashing, or moving the Ecumenical Communions, but there will be five morning and five evening dates for each group between April and July as follows. The morning group meets in the hall and the evening group meets in the church.
Subject Morning 10.00 Evening 7.30
Jonah 2 (Bible Month Session 2) 25th June 18th June
Jonah 3 (Bible Month Session 3) 9th July 2nd July
Jonah 4 (Bible Month Session 4) 23rd July 16th July
For more information, please contact Robert, our minister, using the contact form.
Buddies at 7.30pm
Tuesday 26th June at 18 Stanton Close (Eva McCulloch’s)
Dates for your diary
For our next church family social event we are having a "bring and share" lunch after the service on Sunday 6th July.
Tuesday 19th June 7.30pm General Church Meeting. This meeting is open to everyone. It is a chance to review the past year and to look at our finances. Church Stewards and representatives to the Church Council are elected at this meeting.
For our next Church Family social event we are planning to have a ‘bring and share’ lunch after Service on Sunday 8th July
Circuit Walk, Sunday 15th July (please note change of date)
Meet at 1.45pm in the car park at Cromford Meadows. Please note there is a parking charge but it is cheaper on the Meadows than on Cromford Wharf. Walk leader Penny Brown 01629 580539
News from Kolkata
You are no longer strangers or foreigners but fellow citizens with God's people and members of the household of God. Ephesians 2 – 19
Warm greetings from the CNI Wesleyan Church, Kolkata, India.
Nothing brings us greater joy and gladness than to see two Churches crossing cultures, partnering to meet and enhance the life, faith and witness of one Church with another.
We hope this link will build and nurture our relationships for mutual participation. You are free to ask open ended questions which will invite us to see and understand the activities including the joys and celebrations as well as sorrows and struggle of the activities.
Church partnership calls us deeper into the image of the Church as one body in Christ, of understanding the Scripture. We experience our oneness in Christ and seeing the world through God’s eyes.
Let us enter this link with clear vision, honour and guard the unique divine calling, building dignity and sharing our faith and experience by special days of prayer.
Hon. Secretary, Women’s Fellowship of Christian Service
CNI Wesleyan Church , Kolkata, India