Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Your Invitation to our Harvest Celebration

David Turner of Send a Cow will be our speaker at our Harvest Celebrations at the Chapel this Sunday. Our service starts at 6:30pm.
David will be sharing some of his experiences in Africa to help us appreciate the good harvest we have enjoyed this year. We would love to see you and your family.

Thursday, 22 September 2011

This Sunday




We are looking forward to having Vic and Ruth Newman back from their holiday in Ireland. They, and we hope you, will be joining us for our 11am communion service and at 6:30 for the last instalment of Mike Hencher's quick look at the letter Jude, the brother of the Lord Jesus, wrote which ends in that marvellous prayer, To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy— to the only God our Saviour be glory, majesty, power and authority, through Jesus Christ our Lord, before all ages, now and forevermore! Amen.
Boy do we need God's help in these difficult days!

TRAC Youth Camp


The children from Dymock really enjoyed themselves at the Tom Roberts Adventure Centre last month. One of them asked if we could run camp every month! We had 64 on camp this time making it a tight squeeze in the dining hall. It's a good job we have already started increasing the size of the kitchen and dining area.
We need more volunteer help and local businesses often send teams to give a day's work. Nat West Bank is offering assistance but we have to compete with others. If you have time and would like to help go to the Natwest community force site.
http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/2034 and vote for us. Thanks!



Monday, 12 September 2011

Sunday 18th September 2011

It's time for our All-Age Service again this Sunday at 11am. At 6:30 pm Mike Hencher will be giving his third talk on the little letter of Jude. It would be great to see you!

Thursday, 8 September 2011

9/11 Anniversary


All of us can remember where we were when we saw the Twin Towers collapse. The world really changed in those moments. Many of us at least thought why did God allow that to happen and maybe even blamed Him. Don't you think it would be better to look at ourselves more closely and the things that we do that displease Him. Coming to church this Sunday would be a wise move and a mark of respect to those who died and those still suffering loss. Our services begin at 11am and 6:30 pm. Chris Rose is responsible for the morning service and Mike Hencher in the evening.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Sunday September 4th 2011



The 11am prayer and communion service will be taken by our good friend from Maisemore, Brian Knowles J.P. The evening service begins a series in the little letter written by Jude, one of the half-brothers of Jesus. This often neglected letter can teach us many things and Mike Hencher will focus on this epistle, found just before Revelation, each Sunday evening of September.