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24 & 31 July 2022

 

Bishop’s Cleeve Methodist Church

 

Bishop’s Close, Bishop’s Cleeve, GL52 8NT

 

www.methodist-bishopscleeve.co.uk

 

Minister:  Rev Rachel Leather (tel. 01242 674776)

Lay Community ‚ÄčOutreach Worker: Andrew Maxwell (tel. 07594 988396)

 

10.30am: Welcome to our 'Songs of Praise'.

Please stay for refreshments and fellowship in the hall if you can.

 

 

Monday 25 July:

9am-10am: The weekly prayer meeting will take place in the Quiet Roomto pray for the Church activities of the week and for anyone known to us who would like our prayers.

 

Wednesday 27 July:

9am: The ecumenical Holy Communion service here will be led by Keith Linzner from Woodmancote. A warm welcome awaits you to this service.

2pm: The Wednesday Fellowship meets informally in the church during the summer. Do come along between 2pm and 3pm for a cuppa and a chat.

 

Sunday 31 July:

10.30am: We welcome Robert Carr to lead our worship.

Welcome to you all. Please stay for refreshments and fellowship in the hall if you can.

 

Monday 1 August:

9am-10am: The weekly prayer meeting will take place in the Quiet Roomto pray for the Church activities of the week and for anyone known to us who would like our prayers.

 

Wednesday 3 August:

9am: The ecumenical Holy Communion service here will be led by Andrew Hiscock from Woodmancote. A warm welcome awaits you to this service.

 

 

 

Thursday 4 August:

7.45pm: House group 61 meets in the church to continue the study of Being Disciples by Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury. If you would like to join us, please ring Pauline Jones or speak to Sue or Jerry Barr.

 

Sunday 7 August:

10.30am: Our worship will be led by Pauline Jones, one of our own members.

 

Other notice

 

 

 

A message from Andrew

One of the reasons the rôle of Lay Community Outreach Worker was set up in our church in Bishop's Cleeve was to explore ways in which we, as a church, could reach out into the Community of Bishop's Cleeve. I would like us to set up a group called "The Friendship Group", to which we can all come and to which we can invite members of the Community. 

 

It would be my intention that this group will have initially a social function, where people can come to meet/make friends, enjoy a drink and chat, maybe listen to some music, play games etc. It would be a group where non church members could be invited and where they will be offered a warm welcome and be able to meet members of the church.

 

If you are interested in attending such a group, could you please let me know by putting your name on the list at the back of the church. If you are interested in helping to run such a group, would you also, please let me know? Many thanks.

 

 

 

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