I have a serious concern to bring up with you, my friends, using the authority of Jesus, our Master. I’ll put it as urgently as I can: You must get along with each other. You must learn to be considerate of one another, cultivating a life in common.
1 Cor 1:10 (Message)
Father God, remove from us the reluctance to get along with other people because we have differing views. Teach us to be considerate with one another.
Welcome to our preacher this morning Deacon Lisa Rathbone
After service tea hosts Warren and Vera
Organist: Joan McGowan
Sunday 29th January
11.00am Rev Marian Jones (Communion)
Vestry Steward – Sheila
Door Steward – Chris
Tea Hosts – Chris and Joan
Tue 24th Oasis of Silence – Regent Street at 12.30pm For 30 minutes
Tue 24th Cytun Week of Prayer for Christian Unity at St Francis, Llay, 7.00pm
Wed 25th Midweek Communion at Regent Street, 11.15am
Wed 25th “Time Out” a monthly reflective worship 2.00pm at the home of Barry and Angela Smith
Wed 25th Discipleship in Community Regent Street 6.30pm
Fri 27th Holocaust Memorial Day – See below
Sun 29th Messy Church in the hall 4.00pm to 6.00pm
Please pray for the following:
Keith and Myra Baugh
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 House Children’s Hospice
Thanks to all who donated to Hope House in lieu of exchanging Christmas cards. The amount raised was £110
World Mission and Mission in Britain Collecting Box
Please let Bob have your collection boxes for emptying.
The Wrexham Islamic Cultural Centre
is participating in the:
3rd National VisitMyMosque Day
5 February 2017
Time: 11.00 am to 3.00 pm
Address: 6 Grosvenor Road, Wrexham, LL11 1DN
Activities: Guided tour of Mosque and Cultural Centre.
Feedback and Questions / Answers
Chairman and Trustees
Wrexham Islamic Cultural Centre
Fri 27th January
10.00am – Noon
Memorial Hall Wrexham
Remembering all those affected by the holocaust and subsequent genocides throughout the world.
There will be speeches, displays and food samples from around the world where genocides have occurred.
There will be two minutes silence, with special remembrance for David Berger, a Polish Jew born 1915 in Przemysl. While the war was ongoing David had sent a group photo to his girlfriend, Elza Gross, who had left Poland for Palestine in 1938. His only wish was to be remembered. He wrote to Elza “If something happens, I would want there to be somebody who would remember that someone named D. Berger had once lived. David Berger was shot dead in Vilnius, Lithuania in 1941.
Please join us to remember those affected and consider the theme of “How can life go on?”
Developing Dementia Friendly Churches
March 14th 9.30am – 3.30pm
This day of learning will explore issues facing people with dementia and their carers. It will offer practical advice, ideas and resources on how churches can help people with dementia to live well in their communities, by understanding, welcoming, respecting and supporting them.
The day will include seminars and opportunities to ask questions of experts in their field.
The aim of this day is to empower:
- People with dementia
- Their carers
By providing understanding:
- Knowledge about the disease
- Resources and help for people with dementia
- Resources and help for their carers
- Ways churches can be “Dementia Friendly.”
For more information or to book your place please contact email@example.com