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NEWS FOR WEEKS BEGINNING SUNDAY 12th & 19th NOVEMBER 

CHURCH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY 13TH NOVEMBER. 

HASTINGS FOODBANK REQUEST:   The foodbank is desperately in need of the following items (in priority order)Tinned fruit, Tinned meat, Tinned fish, UHT whole milk, Rice,  Tea bags, Tinned vegetables, Tinned tomatoes, Tinned spaghetti and Tinned rice pudding, .  Thank you!

PRAYER IN CHURCH HOUSE Prayer for the service at St Helens takes place in Church House from 10am each Sunday.  All welcome!

ART GROUP Would you like to express yourself through art?  We are a group of people meeting together to draw and paint on a Tuesday morning (10—12).  We do not have a teacher and bring along our own equipment.  If you are interested in joining us we meet at St Barnabas weekly.

HASTINGS STREET PASTORS need a new treasurer to be in place for 1st January 2018.  They are looking for a Christian who agrees with the core values and unique ethos of the Street Pastor Movement.  If you are interested, please contact the church office for further details.

ADVANCE NOTICE! We will be holding ‘Prayer & Praise’ evenings bi-monthly on the last Sunday of the month, alternating between St Helen’s  and St Barnabas.  The next meeting will be on Sunday 26th November at 6.30pm at St Barnabas. Please do put this date in your diary.

RENEWABLE ENERGY  The PCC is pleased to advise that all our electricity supplies for 2017/18 are from renewable sources—mainly solar panels.  This has been achieved at no extra cost due to our membership of the Parish Buying scheme which bulk buys energy supplies to achieve savings from a strong negotiating position.

St. Barnabas will be holding their annual CHRISTMAS FAYRE on November 25th from 10am to 2pm. We would be very grateful for donations of items such as cakes, books, Christmas items and bric-a-brac. Ploughmans lunches, tea and coffee  will also be available. The Church will open from 5-7pm 24th Nov. To drop of any items.  Details from Chris Potter.

THANK YOU On behalf of Young Colts Sports Ministry.  “Jamaican  Mummy ” Heather Porter Taylor,  would like to say a huge thank you, for raising  £789.23, for the mattress  funds. 36 children will be moving  into the house over the next 2 weeks,  and will be celebrating  with their coach, “Little brother” Jose Muwanguzi.  The Lord has been so good to us over the past 10 months, giving us wisdom & courage,  to over come some very difficult situations  in this project in Uganda. G.B.U all.

 

 

 

 

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