Sunday, 29 November 2015

Holy Land visit



A group of nine people including 6 from Western Way Chapel, visited Israel early in November. On arrival we stayed overnight in Tel Aviv. The next day we traveled to Galilee and stayed in Tiberias for five nights. We visited many sites around the Sea of Galilee, including a Kibutz where there is a 2,000 year old boat, and also had a boat trip across the lake which was lovely. Nazareth and Cana were places we visited to.


When it was time to leave for our four night stay in Jerusalem, we went to Bethlehem on our way to the city. Next on our list of things to do was to walk through the old city of Jerusalem and to visit the Wailing Wall. Other places we went to were the Israeli Museum where the Dead Sea Scrolls are and there is a model of what Jerusalem would have been like back in the time of Jesus. Some of us had the experience of floating on the Dead Sea after visiting Qumran and Masada. a good time was had by all.

Rev Pat Phillips. November 2015

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Western Way Chapel now on Apple iTunes




You can now subscribe to some of our Messages via Apple iTunes and receive new Messages automatically from here: http://wwchapel.buzzsprout.com/

Friday, 20 November 2015

Martin Erwin at Share Lunch



Counties Evangelist Martin Erwin was the guest speaker at our Share Lunch recently and spoke about his work out and about in the County of Herefordshire. See our website www.westernwaychapel.org to hear Martin's message.

Martin created the popular Dying to Meet You resource, a DVD pack which encourages churches to reach out to their communities through local mission. He also leads Challenge Community Church and provides pastoral care and teaching to local churches, as well as outreach at agricultural shows and youth events.


Monday, 2 November 2015

Anniversary Tea



Sunday 1st November 2015 saw the Chapel's annual Anniversary Tea, Ruth Newman was helped by the ladies to arrange the generous amount of food bought in and around 30 people arrived to share the food.


Vic Newman gave an update on the Chapel's events from the last 12 months with a photo show, the hymn singing was accompanied by John Frith on the piano and the epilogue was given by a good friend of the Chapel, Chris Over.