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Sunday 8th May 2022 | Parish Breakfast

Breakfast Church — Woodbridge Quay Church

Looking forward to seeing you all this Sunday, this week we will be having Breakfast Church at St Paul’s church looking into ‘Raising the dead… is it possible?’ Reading in the book of Acts chapter 9 verses 32 to the end.

In the evening at 7.30pm we have our Prayer and Praise service at St Philip’s Church.  If you haven’t been to this service why not come along?  We sing, we pray, we spend some time quietly in God’s presence.  Hope you see you there!

Notices:

The Bible in a day

On Saturday 14th May 22 Revd John Bavington will be leading a teaching day at St John’s Great Horton (10am – 3:30pm. Refreshments from 9:30am) taking the listener through the entire Bible and he would be very grateful, if with a sense of urgency, you could advertise within your Parishes and encourage people to attend.
Follow the storyline and key themes of the Bible from start to finish. Praise God for the way He has revealed His purposes from the start to the end of time.
All are very welcome to attend – whether you are new to the Bible or have been reading it for a long time.
You can register by clicking on the following link:

 

Baptisms and Confirmations

We will be inviting Bishop Toby to join us in September for a confirmation service and baptisms. We know of a number in our community who would like to take this step. If you would too, please speak to Chris, Ben or Clare.

Father Brown Play
There will be a production of ‘Father Brown’ performed by the St. Cuthbert’s Players at 7.30pm on Wednesday 25th May and Friday 27th May in the Community Centre at First Martyrs.
You may know that GK Chesterton’s Father Brown character was humorously based on his friend Monsignor John O’Connor, who was the priest at St. Cuthbert’s. The play is a mixture of history and fiction and  it will be fun. Tickets, priced at £5 for Adults and £2 for children, can be obtained from David by phone: 01274 493191 or 07581 836275.
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