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February 12 - February 18

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Monday 12th February 2018
2.00 pm Bowling Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
2.00 pm Ways ‘N’ Means (Minor Hall)
7.00 pm Men’s Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
7.00 pm Shine Book Club (Oasis)
8.00 pm PUSH (Prayer Room)

Tuesday 13th February 2018
7.00 am Elders Prayer Meeting (Minor Hall)
10.00 am No Tothers (Half Term)
6.00 pm No GB Tiny Tots and Explorer Sections (Half Term)
7.00 pm No GB Company Section (Half Term)
7.30 pm PW (Minor Hall)

Wednesday 14th February 2018
6.30 pm No English Language Classes (Half Term)

Thursday 15th February 2018
6.30 pm No BB Anchor Boys (Half Term)
7.00 pm Wedding Rehearsal (Sanctuary)
7.30 pm No BB Junior and Company Sections (Half Term)
7.30 pm Kirk Session (Minor Hall)

Friday 16th February 2018
10.00 am Ladies’ Tea and Coffee (Oasis)
12.00 pm Wedding (Sanctuary)
6.45 pm Band and Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
7.30 pm Bowling Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)

Saturday 17th February 2018 (One Mission Weekend)
8.00 am Prayer Meeting (Minor Hall)
2.00 pm Kids Club

Sunday 18th February 2018 (One Mission Weekend)
1130 am Embrace (Oasis)
4.30 pm Band & Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
7.45 pm Worship Leaders Meeting (Prayer Room)
8.00 pm The Movement (Oasis)

The Movement: is back on Sunday 11th @ 8pm in the oasis for everyone year 8 & up. Lots of lovely yummies, top notch banter, worship, words on LIFE as we go guys & girls plus lots more – you don’t want to miss it!

WAYS ‘N’MEANS: Monday 12th Feb at 2pm in Minor Hall. Boccia, Kurling and games.

PW: will meet this Tuesday at 7.45pm in the Minor Hall. Our guest speaker is High Kirk’ s own Lindsay Gracey, Pharmacist. We will also be having our Bring & Buy table. All ladies welcome.

Dates for your diaries: 17th-18th February will be the One Mission Weekend but this year it will be a conference style event. The theme will be ‘Hope in the Face of Persecution’ and the keynote speaker for the Sat morning and evening sessions will be John-Mark Teeuwen (UCCF), a former director of UFM who was born in Papua, Indonesia to Pioneer missionaries. Sat 17th will have two session 10 am—1 pm & 7 pm—9 pm. The weekend will also include a time of praise and a selection of seminars on the Sat afternoon conducted by our own missionaries. Please join with us for this exciting event.

Strategic Review of Laser Groups: will be undertaken over the next couple of months and if you belong to a group we are asking you to be a part of that review. Two questionnaires have been produced (one for leaders and the other for members) as a means of discovering the thoughts of those who are a part of Laser Groups and how we might better facilitate the groups in the future. We are asking all Laser Groups to take an  evening to fill in the questionnaires and return these by 1st March. Electronic copies will be sent to leaders and hard copies will be available from the welcome desk.

Tothers: Volunteers needed for fun filled Tues mornings any time between 9.00 am – 1145 am. For further details speak to Ken Donaldson (07899874227) / Frankie Hughes.

Bob’s Store: Thank you for your generous donations over the month of January. This month we would appreciate breakfast cereal, teabags, tinned meat and tinned soup.

Scripture Union: E3 Ballymena are holding their Annual Table Quiz and meal on Mon 26th February 2018 at Creative Gardens, Galgorm. If you are interested in attending please speak to Jim Millar. Also the annual SU Golf competition will be held on Tues 3rd April (Easter Tuesday) at Galgorm Castle Golf Club. More details later.

Use of the Kitchen: The kitchen being used as a “social” area is a sensitive issue and we don’t want to be spoil-sports when (so many) people feel comfortable using the kitchen casually, but the fact remains that a lot of food is produced there and high standards of hygiene must be maintained.

The new facilities will introduce new habits on this issue, but until then if we could encourage you to use the Minor Hall for snacking between services.

Non-kitchen items e.g. Bibles, hymn books, notes, bundles of Invitations, boxes of pencils etc., which are left on kitchen work-tops will be removed to a box, behind the Information Desk, for their owners to claim.

ASHA. It is planned to take a team from Ballymena Presbytery area to India, to work alongside ASHA in the slums in Delhi, in October 2018. The team will carry out building work and educational and outreach activities among the children and women. The cost will be £1000 per person. If you are in good health and would consider going please get in touch with Gareth Williams at











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