This Weeks News

** Streets for Prayer **

Lytham Road, Portrush Road, Formby Avenue

 

 

*** This Week’s Diary ***

Midday Prayer

Please join us for prayer at 12 noon on Monday.

 

Morning Prayer

Please join us for prayer at 9am on Wednesday.

 

Perton Manor

Please join the team at Perton Manor Residential Home on Thursday at 11am.

 

Perton Village Show and Cream Teas

This great community day takes place on Saturday and will include cream teas in church… Please come and support this community day and help with the cream teas too!

 

A Celebration of Service in the Community

On Sunday at 10am we will welcome many members of our wider community as we have this special service celebrating all who support our community in myriad ways, and pray for Penny and the Parish Councillors. Please do come along if you can.

 

4th @ 4pm

Please join us at 5pm on Sunday for this informal hour of worship, bible discussion and prayer.

 

 

*** Next Week’s Diary ***

Midday Prayer

Please join us for prayer at 12 noon on Monday 23rd September.

 

Open the Book Team Meeting

Members of our new Open The Book Team meet on Monday 23rd September at 12.30pm

 

Morning Prayer

Please join us for prayer at 9am on Wednesday 25th September.

 

Midweek Holy Communion

Please join us for this lovely quiet service of Holy Communion on Thursday 26th September at 11am.

 

Essence

Great fun for 7-11 year olds as they meet on Thursday 26th September from 5-6pm,

and look at the life of Jesus.

 

Speak-Easy

On Thursday 26th September from 6-7pm, for all ages - please join us as we explore

the Bible in creative, dramatic ways, and eat pizza!

 

Pet Service

Our wonderful, annual Pet Service is taking place on Saturday 28th September at 3pm. Please do invite those you know who are animal lovers to come along. Keith Elder, from Wild About Perton, will be speaking as part of this celebration together.

 

 

*** General Information and News ***

Women Together Wolverhampton

On Friday 27th September, from 7-9pm in Church. An evening of friendship and community relationships fo women of all faiths. If you would like to come alone, please let Rev’d Julia know ASAP. Thank you.

 

Guest Speaker & Special Event

On Sunday 20th October we welcome Bishop Clive at our 10am service. He will be preaching and also licensing Rev’d Julia as the Rural dean of Trysull Deanery. Please come along to hear the Bishop and support Julia. Thank you.

 

Church Away Day

On Saturday 12th October we are going to have a wonderful day together and hope lots of you will be able to join us as we travel to lovely Lichfield for a personalised tour of the cathedral, joining their 12.30pm service of Holy Communion, lunch together provided by Chapters Coffee Shop, and free time to explore. There is a sign-up sheet in the foyer at church, and the cost is £15 per person. Pleas do come along!

 

Gift Day & Faith Lunch

Our annual Gift Day is on Sunday 6th October. We will have our Church Meeting following the morning service, when we will decided how our Charitable Giving should be distributed. If you have any charities you’d like added to the list of possible beneficiaries, please speak to Brenda or Phil.  The meeting will be followed by a bring-and-share faith lunch.

 

Harvest Festival - 13th October

This year we will be collecting for three charities:

1. Shoeboxes for Gambia

We will, once again, be collecting shoeboxes for Project Gambia, to arrive for the children there on Christmas Day. 

The shoeboxes will be collected as part of our Harvest Festival on Sunday 13th October, when we will welcome Bev Hodt or Project Gambia to church. 

A list of what can be included in the boxes is available in church.

2. Tools with a Mission

We will be collecting tools, which some of you may remember we did a number of years’ ago. The tools will be collected, refurbished and sorted into trade kits and sent off across the world for livelihood creation.

If you have any unwanted tools please bring them to church. A list of the tools which can and cannot be donated is in church.

3. Non-Perishable Food

As usual we will also be collecting food items (non perishable) to be sent this year to The Well and Good Shepherd Relief in Wolverhampton.


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