News and notices
There are currently two home groups which meet fortnightly on Wednesdays in the afternoon at 2pm (at Rob's) and in the evening at 7.30pm (at Rachel's). The date of the next meetings are on Wednesday 23 May. If you would like to be put in touch with a home group, please contact Rachel Forrest or Carolyn Corbett.
Family Film Club
Whilst there is no film being shown in May, The Greatest Showman (PG) will be shown on Friday 1 June at 6.30pm. As usual, hot dogs, popcorn, sweets and refreshments etc. will be available for purchase. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Everyone in the church is invited to attend the next Leading Your Church Into Growth course session which is intended to help us review our church vision and focus over the next 3 or so years. The final course session will be held as part of morning worship on 15 July 2018 at 11am. Please plan to be there if you possibly can.
We have a time of prayer each Saturday at 8.30am for around half an hour, except for the first Saturday in the month when we start at 9.30am and follow prayer with coffee/tea and croissants/brioche. The next 9.30am prayers will be on 2 June. Please join us if you can.
The next meeting of the PCC will be on Thursday 19 July 2018 at 7pm.
The next meeting will be on Thursday 7 June when there will be a garden party at 2pm at Nesta Hanson’s house. Any ladies are welcome to join the group. Pease contact Sue Williams for further details.
The church has a prayer team which is available to pray with anyone after a service or otherwise by appointment. You may want to give thanks, ask for personal prayer for a situation including healing or pray for someone else. The prayer team is there to be a support to you as we invite God to work.
The mums and toddlers group meets on Mondays (10am) and Wednesdays (9.30am) in term time. If you would like to join the group please turn up on the appropriate day and you will be made very welcome.
There is a collection point for this in the hall which you are free to use. However, some of the local supermarkets do now provide a direct collection point which we would encourage you to use when you can, as it reduces the volume of items we need to physically take to the main collection point in Cowes.
Various collections are organised by the church in addition to Food Bank referred to above. Milk bottle tops are collected for Dogs for Disabilities, used stamps are collected for the Island Blind Society and Mother's Union collect used greetings cards.