Team Notices 23 October

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Films at St. Margaret’s, Reydon

TUESDAY, 25th October         Children’s Film, ‘The Good Dinosaur’ and pizza, Church Room, 1pm
WEDNESDAY, 26th October    Midweek Matinée, ‘Spotlight’, Church Room, 2pm

 

GATHER! is a diocesan youth celebration being held at the Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds on Saturday 29th October, 2016.  It is aimed at those aged 11-17 and will include a variety of workshops, seminars, music and much more. Doors open at 5.30 p.m. with the event running from 6.00 p.m. – 9.15 p.m.  Engaging seminars, Fun workshops, Cage football, Drumming workshop, Arts & crafts, Prayer, Sporting 87, PLUS – Live music from THE SENSE.  Tickets £5.00 per person. www.cofesuffolk.org  If anyone would like to go, or knows a young person who would like to go please contact Reverend Simon Pitcher on 01502 725424 or e-mail revsimon@talktalk.net.

 

Sunday 30th October – Please do come and join us for our Team Service, 11am at St. Edmund’s, Southwold.  Bishop Mike will be taking the service.

 

The Sole Bay Team Ministry-Annual All Soul’s Service Sunday 30th October 3pm, St.Margaret’s Church, Reydon Every year on or near All Souls Day, churches hold special services of remembering. These provide an opportunity for people to come and remember their loved ones. It is equally appropriate for people who lost a loved one a long time ago or very recently. The service will last about an hour and it will be simple, quiet and peaceful. We will read out the names of those to be remembered and you will be invited to light a candle to their memory if you wish. It is a time for quiet reflection and peace.

 

SERVICE OF LIGHT at St. Paul’s & St. Peter’s, Wangford at 6pm on Sunday 6th November.  Please do come and join us.

 

East Suffolk Foodbank urgently needs supplies of 500g bags of sugar, tinned

tomatoes, tinned sponge puddings and plastic bags for deliveries as supplies

at the warehouse are low. If you can help please place items in the normal

Foodbank collection points in our churches.