SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2019
To prepare ourselves for worship, the peace candle will be lit followed by a short period of silent reflection.
Go with us, Lord, into your house and grant that your Spirit may guide our worship. In praise and in prayer, in the reading of your word and in our seeking of your will, bless us and lead us into new discoveries of your love; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
10.30 am WORSHIP LEADER’S
6.00 pm Rev JOHN FISHER.
Monday 18 NOVEMBER
9.30 am Toddle Time Fun Club.
Tuesday 19 NOVEMBER
5.45 pm Beavers. 6.30 pm Cubs. 7.00 pm Scouts.
Wednesday 20 NOVEMBER
12.00 noon Lunch Club.
2.15 pm Afternoon Fellowship. Speaker: Debbie Fagan. Leader: Dorothy Spurr.
6.30 pm Rainbow Guides.
Thursday 21 NOVEMBER
2.00 pm Worship at Applegarth Court. All welcome to attend.
4.00 pm East Coast Music Festival of Schools Music Making, Bay Primary, New Pasture Lane, Our Lady & St Peter, Quay Academy will be taking part. This is a free concert and all are welcome.
Friday 22 NOVEMBER
6.30 pm Brownies. 7.00 pm Guides.
8.00 pm Set up for Christmas Fair.
Saturday 23 NOVEMBER
10.00 am Christmas Fair to be Opened by Rev Ian Greenfield. Stalls, Coffee. Hot Lunches at 11.30 am & 12.30 pm.
NEXT SUNDAY’S WORSHIP 24 NOVEMBER 2019
10.30 am Rev IAN GREENFIELD-Holy Communion
6.00 pm Mrs ANNE BELL.
FRIDAY 6 DECEMBER at 7.00 pm.
Festival of Christmas Trees Gala Concert with the “Weighten Waytes” supported by Hilderthorpe Primary School Choir. Tickets £5 from John Fisher & Dave Wilcockson.
Rev Ian Greenfield would be happy to do home visits for anyone unable to attend church services. Holy Communion can also be arranged by ringing Rev Ian Greenfield on 01262 673159 or speak to any of the Church stewards.
Brownies are collecting used batteries as part of a Green Challenge. There are boxes in the Hall & Guild Room for collection of batteries. Also please save your used postage stamps and put them in the box provided. Thankyou.
Tombola prizes are again required for future events at SJB. Please give to Lesley Beesting if you have anything to donate.
THE WOODCOCK TRUST HAS TWO SOON TO BECOME VACANT FLATS, AROUND DECEMBER ONWARDS.
The Woodcock Trust is a charity set up to provide accommodation for Methodists in the Bridlington area of a senior age. Whilst Methodists are given preferential priority the Trustees would not want to leave any property un-tenanted for a long period and therefore consideration would be given to those of another Christian persuasion.
1) A two bedroom flat on the ground floor of “Mayfair”, St. Georges Avenue, Bridlington rent approx. £250-275 per calendar month.
2) A one bedroom flat on the first floor of “High Peak”, Lime Kiln Lane, Bridlington (with sea views) rent approx. £350-375. If you are interested (or know someone who might be interested) please contact Rev John Fisher (Chairman) on 01262 851785 or Email email@example.com
Val Emmersons Contact details
Further details of Church Activities and events are available on the SJB Website.
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