Weekly News 5 July 2018Written by admin on Jul 05, 2018 in - No Comments
Morning Work Party for the Emmanuel Centre Saturday 7 July
We have now received our planning permission for the new Office to be constructed at the EC, so we need to clear the land behind the building in readiness for the cabins to be delivered. No particular skills needed, just a few hours and willingness to work hard. We will meet at 8am and finish by 1pm – please let Wayne Jones know if you can come. Wayne’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday 7th July, we will be holding a men’s BBQ and social at the home of Rob Glew. It promises to be a great time together – we have Pierre-Richard from Hope House Haiti to speak to us, the remaining two World Cup quarter finals will be live on the big screen, all interspersed with burgers and hot dogs and washed down with your beverage of choice! We’d also like to follow up from the men’s conference and seek some feedback about other events that you’d like to see happen – we will be having another men’s conference around the same time timeframe next year so keep an eye out for that! BBQ kick-off commences on the 7th from 1500, bring a bottle or 6-pack, the burgers and hot-dogs will be available for purchase. Please let me know if you are able to make it and if any dietary requirements – it will be great to see you there! For address details please email email@example.com
This Sunday (8 July) we are welcoming our new curate Simon Shorey and his family so bring some food and we will have a picnic all together after the service.
On Monday 9th July 6-7:30pm Ben and Liz will be running a youth night for those in year 6 to come along too for pizza, ice-cream, games and great conversations at the church office. Please could you let me know asap if Holly will be coming to this event so we can get enough pizza (also – please let us know your favourite pizza!)
9.30am Chapel Service
Join us on Sunday mornings 9.30 – 10am in the chapel at St Paul’s Catholic College for worship, prayer and communion.
You can help us with recycling on Sunday mornings at The Point by bringing your own coffee cup, the café team will be more than happy to fill it for you.
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