If anyone loves me, he will carefully keep my word and my Father will love him—we’ll move right into the neighbourhood!
John 14:23 (Message)
Help us Father God in our daily living to keep your word and live by the example and teaching of Jesus so that others will understand the Gospel and come to know Him.
We welcome our preacher this morning who is Mr Martin Woodhall
After service tea hosts Val and Betti
Our thanks for the flowers this morning which are given by Marilyn Edwards in memory of her mother Dilys Whitley
Organist: Barbara Hinsley
Sunday 8th May
11.00am Café Service (Local Arrangement)
Vestry Steward – Elizabeth and Ian
Door Steward – Bob
Tea Hosts – Bob and Evelyn
Mon 2nd Every Day with Jesus Bible Study in Lounge 10.30am
Thu 5th Ascension Day Service (See notice opposite)
Fri 6th Friday Lunch Club in the Hall at noon £3.00
Fri 6th [ Charity Sale for Nightingale House
Sat 7th [ at Llangollen 10.00am
Wed 11th Midweek Communion at Regent Street 11.15am
Thu 12th Stations of the Untenanted Cross 7.30pm at Regent Street (See opposite)
Fri 13th Hotpot and Quiz in the Hall 7.00pm £5
Fri 20th ‘Wildfire’ Circuit Musical at Llangollen, 7.30pm
Sat 21st ‘Wildfire’ Circuit Musical at Gresford, 6.30pm
Sun 22nd ‘Wildfire’ Circuit Musical at Wrexham 6.00pm
Wed 25th “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.
Hope & District Cytun
Ascension Day Service
Thursday 5th May 9.00am
A short act of worship (about 30 minutes)
At Waun Llyn Country Park (Hope Mountain)
Kathy and Ian Home are kindly providing a bacon buttie afterwards. There will be no charge but donations will be accepted. Bring along a flask of tea/coffee.
Please let Elizabeth or Bob know if you are going.
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
in the Church Hall
A more relaxed informal style of worship beginning with a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit
It includes a Bible reading, prayer and a time reflection in an informal and interactive style
The theme is based on the final prayer of Jesus for his disciples and for future believers as it is told in John 17:20-26
You may like to invite family, friends and neighbours