News and Notices 27 October 2019
Sunday 27 October: 2019
Monday: 10.30 am - 12.30 pm Messy Church in the Church Hall
Monday to Thursday: 9 am - Morning Prayer in the church
Wednesday: 11.30 am - Fellowship Group in the Emmaus Room
Wednesday: 7.30 pm - Fellowship Group in the Emmaus Room
Thursday: Ruth's rest day
Friday: Vicars rest day
A big thank you to everybody who supported the chip and quiz night. We raised £326
Today is the last day for shoeboxes to be brought to the church. Thank you!
Tickets for the Sillars Concert on Saturday 9th November are available from Joyce and Ivan Lincoln cost £8 each which includes light refreshments.
Help needed on Sunday 10th November from 2 pm please with the ‘Remembering Loved Ones’ service. Offers of light refreshments would be appreciated. Sign Up Sheet on the round table.
Offers of help for the St Catherine’s-tide Fair on Saturday 23rd November in the Hall from 10 am to 1 pm would be appreciated. Also items for the tombola.
Laurie is organising a coach to Bury Christmas Market on Friday 22nd November. To book your seat, cost £10, please speak to Laurie.
The Soup Run would appreciate donations of the following items please: roll-on deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, pot noodles, crisps and wrapped sweets.
The Foodbank is in need of the following items - Long life fruit juice, Long life milk and Tinned Vegetables, i.e. carrots, peas, sweetcorn etc There is a box at the back of the church for donations. Thank you.
Please look at the Traidcraft catalogue on the round table. If you wish to place an order for Christmas Cards or the Advent Calendar please speak to Joyce Lincoln.
The Fellowship groups for the next few weeks will be doing the prayer course. An eight-week journey that will help you and your community to grow and deepen your prayer life. Click here to find out more about the prayer course
If you would like to read a copy of the annual report then please Click here
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 faces are not visible.
Development/ Restoration Fund:
Over the next few years we have to raise a lot of money, principally for major re-wiring of the church. 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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