Wednesday, 23 February 2011

In Memory of David Davis


On Sunday 27th February at 11am we will be holding a short service in memory of David Davis who was much loved in the area. It is just over a year since David went to be with his Lord and we are going to dedicate to his memory the new PA and video projector which was very much part of David's vision for the Chapel. All are welcome especially those who knew David at the Chapel or as someone who benefited from his driving school.
The evening service will be taken by Peter Wathen who for many years was the manager at the Good News Centre, Newent.

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

All-Age Service


You and your family are invited to come to our next All-Age Service this Sunday. We start at 11am and serve drinks at 11:45. Not long to check out stories from the greatest book this world has seen. We will be showing an episode of a cartoon video called Superbook about the life of Moses. Our good friend Brian Knowles from Maisemore will be speaking at our 6:30 service

Monday, 14 February 2011

Speechless!


After our Share Lunch at the Chapel on Thursday at 12:30, the founder and director of the Gloucester City Mission, Mike Curtis, will be telling us about the work they do. In a recent letter he wrote that he was speechless when he discovered a college in Gloucester had 'instructed their Chaplains not to evangelise or give out Bibles.' But he did see a poster which said, 'Get your free condoms and the pill here.' What a strange society we live in.
If you'd like to hear more, come on Thursday it will be well worth it and the meal isn't half bad either!

Monday, 7 February 2011

Sunday 13th February

Our morning service at 11:00 - 11:45am will be led by Mike Hencher and followed by refreshments. At 6:30pm, Victor Newman will be speaking.

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Happy Chinese New Year!


The morning service on Sunday 6th February from 11:00 - 11:45am is led by Mike Hencher. The evening session at 6:30 will be a film evening. We are showing 'China Cry' a fascinating story of one woman's faith from the World War 2 period.