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St Peter’s  

It doesn’t seem possible that we are now thinking about March and yet despite the cold the spring flowers are beginning to bloom.

The first Market of 2018 was a great success raising £464.65 for church funds – Thank you for your support – the next market will be held on the 17th March (see separate ad)

Lent HUNGER Lunches did you make the 20th February if not don’t forget to join us on 20th March between 12 and 2.00 pm in the church hall (please see separate ad.) we do hope you will join with us – remembering this is a HUNGER lunch and that many in the world exist on a bowl of soup or a cup of rice a day! Please give generously to our chosen charity WaterAid – providing clean water for EVERYONE.

  We still need to be raising money for the new Hall Project which we hope will happen this year. Thank you to those who have signed up for Easy Fund Raising – if you haven’t then why not do so –  if you shop on line then this is an easy way to raise money WITHOUT it costing you a penny!! If you want to know more then please speak to Tricia.  We have a large jar in the church in which you can put that loose change that is weighing you down – so far this has realised over £150 – thank you. Please make a note in your diary to join us for ‘BRUNCH’ on the 28th April (see separate ad) Later in the year  Tuesday 10th July we will be having a Strawberry Tea – so please make a note of this in your diaries.

  We are still looking for someone to take over the Hall Bookings for us – if you feel you could help us in this way then please speak to Tricia who will be only too happy to discuss it with you.

  During March we will praying for the work of MAF in South Sudan, Timor-Leste, MAF Mothers Worlwide, Uganda and the UK based Team.  We hope later in the year to have an afternoon when we learn more about the work of MAF – so please watch out for forthcoming information.

  Do you have a concern for our Christian brothers and sisters around the world suffering for their faith through persecution and for the many refugees made homeless because of turmoil in their countries – then why not join us for an hour on a Wednesday 11,15 - 12.15 to pray for them.

  We will also be praying for those living in Williamson Road. - if you know anyone living there who would value our prayers or would like a visit, then please let us know so we can pray particularly for them.  Also if you know of anyone in the fellowship / community who is sick or unable to leave their home and would like a visit, communion or to be included on a prayer list please let us know.

                                                      Alison & Tricia

 


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