Sunday Services… are about to begin again, God willing. We plan to start next Sunday, 14th March. We will quite understand if friends do not feel ready to join us straight away. For those who are able, we are planning just one service at 10.30am, led by Pastor Pete and it would be lovely to see you then. The precautions that we took before, will still be in place. This includes asking you to book your seat if you would like to attend. Space will be limited, so book early! Please contact Selwyn by noon on Saturday 13 March. Thank you.
SBC’s Home Service We are very grateful to Michal Evens for preparing this week’s service. It will be distributed in the usual ways and all are welcome to join in a time of worship and reflection at 10.30am on Sunday or whenever is convenient.
Regional Ministers’ Reflections. This week Dave Llewellyn reflects on ‘Reading the Gauges’. This video can be found on the SCBA YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/Bb0Nnaozv5c
Southern Counties Baptist Association Website. The Regional Team are delighted to announce that the new SCBA website is now live. “Packed with useful information and news, the website can be found at its normal address of: www.scba.org.uk”
The next ‘Not the’ event… is entitled “My life on a plate”. We are invited to recall childhood or adult food memories. There may also be music links or recipes you would be willing to pass on. If you have something Bringing Christ and His love to our communities you are willing to share, please email, write, or speak to Louise by 14 March so that she can compile and distribute a programme on 27 March.
A message for Church Members. A separate message about the Baptist Union President election is on its way to you. If you have not yet had a chance to read about the candidates in this election, the place to see and hear them is
Knee blankets looking for homes. We have heard from Sandhurst W.I. that they have been knitting multicoloured woollen knee blankets (size approx. 30in by 26in). These are available free of charge, to senior members of our community, or anyone in need of them. The message came from Maggie Wordingham (01344 772037) but Louise also knows about this!
New look vicar of St George’s. Further to the notice last week- if you would like to support Catherine in her fund-raising activity,
money can be transferred through the bank (details below) or in an envelope marked ‘Hair Shave’ and put through The Vicarage
door. Thank you. St George’s PCC 2 A/C 30-91-53. Lloyds Bank 03254152 Ref: Hair Shave
Contacts for further information