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At a glance
May 7 - May 13
Monday 7th May 2018
The Church Office and Building is closed due to the May Bank Holiday
Tuesday 8th May 2018
07.00 am Elder’s Prayer Meeting (Reception)
10.00 am Tothers (McCaughey Hall)
7.00 pm Stephen Heron’s Fitness Club (Oasis)
Wednesday 9th May 2018
6.30 pm English Language Classes
7.00 pm Business Committee (Keith’s Office)
7.30 pm Kirk Session (Oasis)
8.00 pm Pre-Communion (Sanctuary)
Thursday 10th May 2018
Friday 11th May 2018
10.00 am Ladies’ Tea and Coffee (Oasis)
6.45 pm Band and Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
7.00 pm Bowling Fellowship (McCaughey Hall)
Saturday 12th May 2018
8.00 am Prayer Meeting (Reception Room)
7.30 pm Smiles Foundation “Then Sings my Soul” (Sanctuary)
Sunday 13th May 2018
11.30 am Embrace (Oasis)
4.30 pm Band & Musicians Practice (Sanctuary)
8.00 pm The Movement (Oasis)
Push: There will be no meeting on Monday 7th May due to the May Bank Holiday. The next meeting will be held again, as usual, on Monday 14th May in the Prayer Room.
The Fitness Club: run by Personal Trainer Stephen Herron will meet every Tues evening at 7pm in the Oasis (or other venue when stated).
Ways n’ Means: End of season lunch. Meet in church car park @ 12.30pm, Mon 14th May.
ACTS: Paul Todd is heading out to Nigeria, 14th May—1st June, on another of his ACTS related trips. He hopes to bring back more of the attractive bags etc. produced by Nigerian widows for sale here. If you would like to place an order for these, please contact Paul or Tricia Todd asap, & give them your name, what type of product you want and how many i.e. patchwork shopping bags, medium/large handbags, patchwork aprons & Bible covers. They still have laptop bags & tie-dye aprons for sale. So either see them in church or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Films of Yesteryear: Concludes for the Summer on Wed 16th May at 7pm in the Oasis with ‘Fiddler on the Roof (1971). If anyone requires a lift please contact Lorraine McAllister.
Hope House Praise Service in High Kirk Church: Sun 13th May at 6.30pm. Please join us & hear about the exciting things that are happening in Hope House. Supper will be provided after this service.
English Language Classes finish for this term in mid-May: For an hour each Wed evening, students have been learning conversational English in relaxed and friendly groups. Our helpers & tutors have done a great job in consistently providing a warm welcome and encouragement in the challenging task of learning a new language. We expect student numbers to increase next year (D.V.) so we are asking members of the congregation to consider joining us. We need more helpers to simply join the class, sit beside students and help them to rehearse what they have been taught. It is good for students to have more English speakers available to practice with! If you would like to know more, please feel free to call round on a Wed evening (6.45 pm—7.45 pm) before we finish in May, or sign up at the Info Desk.
Bob’s Store: thank you for your generous donations during April. This month we would appreciate breakfast cereal, pasta sauce, tinned fruit/custard & tinned soup/beans.
PW Invitation: Annual Meeting on Thurs 10th May at 2pm in Assembly Buildings, Belfast. Guest speaker is Kate Patterson. Kate will give her first talk on the theme Beautiful. This will be followed by an Evening Celebration at 7.30pm. Kate’s second talk, will further unpack God’s Word with the true meaning of beauty.
Women’s World Day of Prayer Northern Ireland: Sat 12th May, 2.00pm at Assembly Buildings, Belfast. Visit www.wwdp.org.uk for more information.
Ruling Elders: The Fellowship Quarterly Meeting, Newtowncrommelin PC Cargan, on Mon 14th May at 8 pm. The speaker is Rev A Baxter “Recognition Beyond the Grave.
Mid and East Antrim Pensioners Parliament : Over 60? Want to make your voice heard on issues like health & social care, community safety, the cost of living? Come along to the Mid & East Antrim Pensioners Parliament, Tues 15th May 10.30 -3.30pm , Tullyglass Hotel, lunch provided. Register to attend www.pensionersparliament.org.
Smiles: An evening of worship and praise “Then sings my soul” is being held in High Kirk on Saturday 12th May starting at 7.30pm. Sing along to classic hymns and hear the stories that inspired them. An offering will be taken up in aid of The Smiles Foundation.