Prayer points 24th June 2018
EAST AFRICANS in the UK
This weekend, Rev Uel Marrs (Secretary, Council for Global Mission) will be visiting the PCEA congregation in East London where Edwin and Anne Kibathi serve.
Rachel Robinson (Wycliffe member from Coleraine, working in Cameroon) writes, “The Northwest/Southwest regions of Cameroon have been going through a period of political tension/social unrest and the situation continues to be a great concern for everyone.
The Church Family
Read Romans 10:19-25 and pray…..
THIS WEEK -
Tuesday 26th June
10.15am McQuiston Toddlers
Wednesday 27th June
7.30pm Prayer Meeting
7.30pm Discipleship Groups Fellowship Meal
Today: Amanda & Lorraine
Today: Team 5 – Anne Anderson, Heather Dickson, Heather Sergeant – Convenor – Joan Gardner
Next Sunday: Team 7 – Donald Connolly, Maureen Connolly, Judith Connolly, Kerry Sutton – Convenor – Ken Galbraith
Today: Lynn Gardner, Phil Kemps, Heather Sergeant, Gillian Beggs
Next Week: Phil Kemps, Ken Galbraith, Pauline Ross, Heather Sergeant
Holiday Bible Club – Our Holiday Bible Club will take place from Monday 6th August to Friday 10th August, 6.30pm – 7.45pm each evening. Please spread the word and if you would like to help in any way – please speak to Kerry, Paula or Alan.
All members of the Discipleship Groups are invited to meet in the DD Boyle Room on Wednesday 27th June at 7.30pm for a meal together and to talk about the programme and arrangements for the autumn. To pre-order your meal please speak to your group leader or Joan Gardner.
Church Prayer Times This Week
The Church meets for prayer on Sunday at 6.40pm before the evening service and at the Prayer Meeting on Wednesday.
The service this morning will be an all age service. The children will be in church for the whole of the time and will receive their end of season gifts.
There will be a short meeting of the voting members of the congregation immediately after the service this morning to confirm the election of our new elders.
This evening Rev Ronnie Hetherington will conclude his study series "Good news for cities in Acts" and at the conclusion of the service lead us in the Sacrament of Communion. We really want to encourage as many as possible to attend as we share in fellowship around the Lord's table.
Summer Prayer Times will be led by various members of the church and will be on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm beginning on Wednesday 25th July. More details will be available later.
Next Sunday morning we will be starting a summer study series entitled "Words of Wisdom from Proverbs” focusing on the themes of emotions, relationships and lifestyle and will continue in both morning and evening services during July and August ending with the morning service on 2nd September.