My sheep recognize my voice. I know them, and they follow me.
John 10:27 (Message)
Father God, help us through the reading of your Word and the teaching of Jesus to recognise his voice and to follow him.
We welcome our preacher this morning who is Rev John Wiggall
After service tea hosts Val and Betti
Our thanks for the flowers this morning which are given by Elizabeth Coulton in gratitude for God’s love and strength that he has given me over the last twelve months
Organist: Joan McGowan
Sunday 24th April
11.00am Rev Richard Sharples (Communion)
Vestry Steward – Elizabeth
Door Steward – Chris
Tea Hosts – Chris and Joan
General Church Meeting after the service
Mon 18th Every Day with Jesus Bible Study in Lounge 10.30am
Wed 20th Concert at Regent Street 7.00pm in aid of Annie, Mary and James
Fri 22nd Friday Lunch Club in the Hall at noon £3.00
Sat 23rd Silver Band Concert at Llangollen
Sun 24th General Church Meeting after worship
Tue 26th Coffee Morning Llangollen 10.00am
Tue 26th Anniversary Tea and Raffle at Rhosymedre
Wed 27th Midweek Communion at Regent Street 11.15am
Wed 27th “Time Out” a monthly reflective worship at Hope Parish Church 7.30pm (4th Wed in the month)
Please pray for the following:
Pete and Ruby Kasprowicz
All those who care for those in need.
We thank God for answered prayer and ask that he helps us to understand that all things do work together for good.
Our thanks for those who helped and supported the Cabaret by Alan Birchall and Derek Harrison on Friday Evening. It was a very enjoyable show and we raised £230 for church funds.
STATIONS TO AN UNTENANTED CROSS
7.30pm Thursday May 12th
Wrexham Methodist Church
Come and join us on a pilgrimage…
… through the poetry of R.S.Thomas
Susan Fogarty, an experienced reader of Thomas’ poetry, will lead a 1 hour presentation by candlelight with visual icons and music.
The Church will be open 10am – 4pm Tuesday to Saturday for individuals to journey around the Church and enjoy the written poems and visual icons at each Station. Free entry. Part of Wrexham’s Carnival of Words 2016
(full programme http://www.wrexhamcarnivalofwords.com)
Would you like to come to the Greenbelt Festival?
It’s best described as a place where the arts, faith and justice collide… a bewildering range of music, drama, talks, food, campaigns, worship… and much more, all set within the beautiful grounds of Broughton House, near Kettering.
We’ll be travelling down by minibus first thing on Friday August 26th, returning to Wrexham during the afternoon of Tuesday 30th. I’ll be driving the minibus and acting as group leader, with my 18 year old daughter Annie acting as co-leader. We’ve both got current DBS certificates. We’ll be camping with other young people and their families; the festival is a very safe environment.
As long as you purchase them before the end of June, tickets for 15-17 year olds are £50, those for 18-25’s are £80 and standard tickets are £145. This price covers admission and camping for the whole bank holiday weekend. The Wales Synod of the Methodist Church will subsidize any young people who come by £25, and this will cover your contribution to travel and food costs, so the ticket price will be all you pay.
You can purchase your tickets and find out more, including the latest line-up, by going to http://www.greenbelt.org.uk
Please get in touch if a conversation would help.
Richard Tel: 01978 290006