Notices Sunday 16 September 2018
Monday: 10.30 am ‘Messy Church in the Church Hall
Monday to Thursday: 9 am - Morning Prayer in the church
Wednesday: 7.30 pm - Housegroups
Our services at St Catherine’s are video recorded, and later uploaded to our YouTube channel. This enables people who are unable to get to the service to watch it at a convenient time. We make every effort to make sure that people's faces are not visible.
St Catherine's is hosting the Diocesan Church Army thanksgiving service, on Wednesday 26th of September 2018 at 7 p.m. You are warmly invited to celebrate the work of the Church Army in the Diocese and founder's day (Wilson Carlile).
Help needed on Thursday 11th October when Mile Cross Primary School celebrate Harvest in the church. Sign up sheet on the round table.
Harvest Festival will be on Sunday 14th October. We need someone to co-ordinate the meal after the service please - jacket potatoes and fillings. Help needed to decorate the church please from 9 am on Saturday 6th and 13th, men as well as ladies!
Sign up sheet on the round table for the next Quiz and Fish & Chip night on Friday 19th October.
Please take a copy of the latest Diocesan Magazine, on the round table.
There are leaflets on the round table for the Link to Hope Shoebox project together with some shoeboxes. Now is a good time to start collecting small items for the Family or Elderly Persons boxes.
Laurie is organising another visit to Bury Christmas Market on Friday 23rd November. Cost £15 per seat. For information please speak to Laurie.
Development/ Restoration Fund:
Over the next few years we have to raise a lot of money, principally for major re-wiring of the church (without which it may be the church will have to close for insurance purposes), there are also roof works and other possibilities for improving our current facilities, in the pipeline.
For your information the Development Group are:
Rachael Barber (of Gordon Barber Funeral Directors), Simon Bransby,
Cathy D’Oyley, Martin and Rach Hartley, Ruth Lambert and Joyce Lincoln.
Please feel free to speak to anyone in the group who will be able to tell you how we are progressing. Do you have any ideas you would like to put forward to the Group?
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