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Saturday, 4 August 2018

Raising more than money

We've had a busy few weeks throughout July.  While other parishes may take that time to "put their feet up", Aghavea parish has been hosting events to raise money towards the restoration of our church.

We had a very successful time at the Twelfth Celebrations in Brookeborough, raising almost £4000, and then we had an extremely enjoyable sponsored walk, which has raised almost £1500.  We are looking forward to bag packing in Asda on 11th August from 10am to 6pm, and hope that we can raise another significant amount then too!

Whilst it's important for us to raise these terrific amounts of money towards a very significant project that we will be undertaking soon, there's something much more important underlying everything we do.  Each event gives us the opportunity to fellowship together outside a traditional church setting, getting to know each other better. This is so important for any Christian community, and a fantastic chance for the new rector to get to know his congregation so much quicker!

While I am personally delighted in the amounts of money that we've raised, I am far more encouraged by the teams of people who have turned up to help in any way - and we would all welcome everyone who will come and join us in the future!

The team of walkers and ladies who prepared the refreshments on the evening of the Sponsored Walk

Friday, 27 July 2018

Witnesses

Hebrews 12:1
Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us

My Verse for the Day this morning reminded me that we do not work in isolation, but rather as part of a team.  That team was very evident recently when a group of men and women gathered at the parish halt carefully pore over the plans for the renovation of the church building.  They carefully considered the individual plans, and the details in the small print, as well as the large plans - and they thought about the different ways it would affect the building.

As we started, we reminded ourselves that we were simply the latest guardians of the building in the parish - and that we were preparing the way for the future.  We gave thanks for the many generations of worshippers that had gathered in the church throughout the years in the parish, and we prayed that we would leave the building in a good condition for generations to come.

Although this is the specific case for our church building - it's actually the case for our faith.  We are called to serve the Gospel at this time, but we are surrounded by the prayers and examples of all who have loved and served God at any time, both before Jesus and afterwards.  We stand on their example, and try to leave the Kingdom closer than when we arrived.

We can all experience events, but we can only be witnesses if we actually tell others about what we've seen!  I hope we can all be witnesses for God, by experiencing Him and telling all those about what he has done for us.


Thursday, 19 July 2018

Summer camp

1 Timothy 4:12 
"Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity."

Dear Mom and Dad, 
 
Our leader, Mr. Cobb, told us all to write an email to our parents in case you saw the flood on TV and worried about us. We are OK. 

Only 1 of our tents and 2 sleeping bags got washed away. Luckily, none of us got drowned because we were all up on the mountain looking for Chad when it happened. Oh yes, please call Chad's mother and tell her he is OK. He can't write because of the cast. I got to ride in one of the search and rescue jeeps. It was neat. We never would have found him in the dark if it hadn't been for all the lightning. 
 
Our leader Mr. Cobb got mad at Chad for going on a hike alone without telling anyone. Chad said he did tell him but it was during all the shouting at the fire, so he probably didn't hear him. Did you know that if you put gas on a fire, the gas can will blow up? The wet wood still didn't burn, but one of our tents did. Also, some of our clothes are unrecognizable. Johnny is going to look weird until his hair grows back. 
 
We will be home on Saturday if Mr. Cobb gets the bus fixed. It wasn't his fault about the wreck. The brakes worked ok when we left. Mr. Cobb said that with a bus that old you must expect something to break down; that's probably why he can't get insurance on it. We think it's a neat bus. He doesn't care if we get it dirty, and if it's hot, sometimes he lets us hang out the windows. It gets really hot in there now since the highway patrolman stopped and asked us to close all the windows.  
 
Mr. Cobb is a neat guy. Don't worry, he is a good driver. In fact, he was teaching Terry how to drive. But he only let him drive on the mountain roads where there wasn't any traffic. All we ever saw up there were huge logging trucks. 
 
This morning all the guys were diving off the rocks and swimming out in the lake. Mr. Cobb wouldn't let me because I can't swim, and Chad was afraid he would sink because of his cast, so he let us take the canoe across the lake. It was great. You can still see some of the trees under the water from the flood. Mr. Cobb doesn't get crabby like some other leaders we've had. He didn't even get mad about us forgetting our life jackets.   
 
Guess what? We have all passed our first aid merit badges. When Dave dove in the lake and cut his arm, we got to see how a tourniquet works. Also, when Wade and I threw up Mr. Cobb said it probably was just a touch of food poisoning from eating leftovers. He said they got sick that way with the food they ate in prison. I'm so glad he got out and became our leader. He said he figured out how to get things done better while he was doing his time.  
 
I have to go now. We are going into town to buy some day old specially priced chicken for dinner. Don't worry about anything. We are fine. 
 
Love, Amber

I’m sure this wouldn’t happen nowadays!!

Thursday, 12 July 2018

Burgers, salads and hotdogs!

Jesus replied, “They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.” Matthew 14:16

We've just experienced the Twelfth celebrations in Brookeborough.  It was a day of  colour, noise, and people from all over our little corner of the Province.  It was a very good-natured and peaceful event, which was enjoyed by folks from every part of the village.  In short - this is everything that is good and true about our society, in that we can come together in peace, and share our culture.  There was a distinct absence of the violence that dogged the celebrations in other parts of the country.

It was also a day of burgers, hotdogs, salads and queues!  The weather was almost perfect for the day, which brought large amounts of supporters along to our beautiful village.  They needed to be fed, and many of the local churches took the opportunity to extend a hand of friendship, fellowship and food in the attempt to raise some much needed funds for the different projects.

Aghavea was no different in that respect - catering in the local Orange Hall, and serving burgers and hotdogs in probably the best site in the middle of the village.  While we were trying to raise funds for our Building Project, it was my prayer that we were doing more than just that.  Had we raised a single pound in profit, I would have considered it a success if we were able to reach out to those in particular need at a particular time.  In our case it was feeding the hungry, providing for the thirsty - yet we also had the chance to reach out a hand of friendship and love to those whom we served.

Jesus asked his disciples to feed the multitudes at one stage.  They had followed Jesus out into the fields and hills, far away from the towns and villages.  They were hungry, and few had prepared for the long day.  The disciples were horrified when Jesus asked them to feed the 5000 men, women and children!  Where would we find food at this hour?  How would we pay for it?  Yet Jesus had a plan!

OK, so we had no miracles today.  We used the burgers and sausages that we had already brought along with us.  We had taken bookings for the "sit-down" meals.  We were prepared in advance - yet that makes no difference.  We were working on behalf of the church - which means we were working on behalf of God.  We fed the people, and offered the same experience to the disciples that day - namely, here's the physical food, but the spiritual food is much more important!

I would like to thank all those who helped out today in any way - those who cooked, those who served, those who tidied up, those who gave donations, those who helped prepare the halls and stall, those who came along and allowed us to fellowship with you in any small but wonderful way.  I hope you enjoyed the hard work just as much as I did.  I hope this enthuses you to do more, just as it did for me!

Jesus still asks his church to feed his people - not just physically but also spiritually.  Let's get cracking on this together!

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

New beginnings

Lamentations 3:22
The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases, his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness

I wonder if you've ever experienced a moment when you found yourself wishing that you could stay there forever.  Possibly seeing your children being born; a fantastic experience that you've had on holiday; holding a loved one's hand as they are ill or dying; a time when you thought you could live in that instance forever.

Unfortunately that is not possible for us in our human terms.  Time moves on inexorably.  There's nothing we can do to stop it.  Each of us gets older at the same pace, although I've spoken to a few that would try to debate that fact!  Each day brings its own challenges and opportunities; some we take, so we leave, so we try to deal with - and each day we move on to the next.

In our lives, we allow some days to pass just like the last one, but with a different outfit.  We think that each day is the same as the rest, as we get caught in a rut of our own making.  We can look at our work lives, our family lives, our own particular set of circumstances, and simply think that it's the same as ever.  We can get lost in our own lives, losing focus of where we are, where we're going, and even who we are.  As the rut gets more travelled along, it simply gets deeper, and we wonder how we will ever get out.

I recently had the privilege of leading a funeral for a very close friend, and I used the above passage as my text.  My friend had always had a positive outlook on life, and seemed to never find himself in that rut of "sameness".  He always looked at each day as an opportunity to do something different.  That's not to say that he was an adventurer!  He worked on his farm all his life, and to the outside world it would look like his work was never done.  As soon as he finished on job, another was crying out for attention.  As one season ended, another began immediately.  He always looked at each day as if it was a completely different experience.

That's how we should look at God's love.  We have gotten used to having God's grace in our lives, and we sometimes become jaded into thinking that we've "seen it all before".  That's not what the Bible teaches us - God's grace and mercies are brand new ever single day!  That means that each new day we should experience God's grace in a new way, unlike anything we've experienced before!  It's no wonder that the author exclaimed "great is your faithfulness"!

We need to experience God in a new way - not to fall into a rut of sameness with God.  God wants and offers a new relationship every day - start accepting it with a new enthusiasm each day!

Great is your faithfulness

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Scripture Fulfilled: The Suffering Servant


Last night was Good Friday, the final night of our Scripture Fulfilled series for Holy Week. We focused on what is perhaps the clearest prophecy of the cross in the whole of the Old Testament - Isaiah 53.

Scripture Fulfilled - The Suffering Servant (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)

Friday, 14 April 2017

Scripture Fulfilled: The Substitute


Last night we gathered around the Lord's Table to rejoice in the Lord's provision for us - his body broken and blood shed for us. Rev Colin preached from Genesis 22, the offering of Isaac, to show how the Lord provides the substitute for us.

Scripture Fulfilled - The Substitute (Genesis 22)

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Scripture Fulfilled: The Suffering Saviour


Throughout this week we're seeing how the crucifixion of Jesus was promised, predicted and prophesied in the Old Testament. Last night in Brookeborough Methodist Church we heard from the suffering Saviour, in the words of Psalm 22.

Scripture Fulfilled - The Suffering Saviour (Psalm 22).

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Scripture Fulfilled: The Passover


This Holy Week we're seeing how the Old Testament scriptures point us to the cross of the Lord Jesus. Last night, Rev Colin preached from Exodus 12 on Christ our Passover.

Scripture Fulfilled - The Passover (Exodus 12)

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Scripture Fulfilled: The Serpent Crusher


Our special series for Holy Week began last night in Brookeborough Methodist Church. In Scripture Fulfilled we are seeing how the Old Testament scriptures are fulfilled in the cross of Christ. Here's the first sermon, if you would like to listen again, or catch up on what you've missed:

Scripture Fulfilled - The Serpent Crusher (Genesis 3:15)

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Notices: Sunday 9th April 2017


Today:
11am Morning Prayer & Sunday School
7pm REVIVE Cafe Church hosted by SNATCH - speaker: Mr Simon Henry (CIYD)

Next Sunday:
16th April 2017
6.30am Easter Dawn Service followed by breakfast
11am Easter Family Celebration

This Week:
Monday 10th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled - Genesis 3 - Brookeborough Methodist

Tuesday 11th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled - Exodus 12 - Aghavea Church

Wednesday 12th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled - Psalm 22 - Brookeborough Methodist

Thursday 13th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled - Genesis 22 - Aghavea Church

Good Friday 14th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled - Isaiah 53 - Brookeborough Methodist

Coming Up:
Wednesday 19th
8pm Easter General Vestry - Church Hall

Saturday 29th
Clay Pigeon Shoot in aid of the Building Fund - Deerpark

Friday 5th May
GFS Diocesan Service

Friday 12th May
MU Diocesan Service - Enniskillen Cathedral

Scripture Fulfilled

How does the crucifixion of Jesus fulfil the
promises and prophecies of the Old Testament?
Mon 10th April - Genesis 3 - Brookeborough Methodist
Tue 11th April - Exodus 12 - Aghavea Church
Wed 12th April - Psalm 22 - Brookeborough Methodist
Thur 13th April - Genesis 22 - Aghavea Church
Good Friday 14th April - Isaiah 53 - Brookeborough Methodist
Services begin at 8pm each evening.

Dawn Service
Easter Sunday 16th April
6.30am at Aghavea Hall car park followed by breakfast.
A sign up sheet is available in the porch for catering purposes.

Brookeborough War Memorial Project
Brookeborough Development Association are helping to conserve the War Memorial. You are invited to the following event:
Saturday 29th April at 4pm: Sponsored walk at Blessingbourne & BBQ at FMT RBL.

Clay Pigeon Shoot
Saturday 29th April 2017. Deerpark, Brookeborough.
Proceeds in aid of Aghavea Church Repair Fund. More details to follow.

Bible in One Year
9th 1 Kgs 20-22, Ps 100
10th 2 Kgs 1-3, Ps 101
11th 2 Kgs 4-7, Ps 102
12th 2 Kgs 8-11, Ps 103
13th 2 Kgs 12-14, Ps 104
14th 2 Kgs 15-17, Ps 105
15th 2 Kgs 18-19, Ps 106
16th 2 Kgs 20-22, Ps 107
17th 2 Kgs 23-25, Ps 108

Prayer Diary Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
Sun 9th Tonight’s Revive Cafe Church - for all who will take part
Mon 10th Those who are housebound, as the Home Communions begin
Tue 11th Myrtle and the choir as they lead our praise
Wed 12th The Watson family, sharing the good news of Easter in Sweden
Thur 13th Pray that we would grow in love for one another
Fri 14th Give thanks for the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross
Sat 15th Pray for our Dawn Service tomorrow - for joy-filled celebrations
Sun 16th Give thanks that Jesus is alive and has defeated death for us!

Sunday, 2 April 2017

Notices: Sunday 2nd April 2017


Today:
11am Holy Communion & Sunday School
7pm SNATCH - Aghavea Hall

Next Sunday: Sunday 9th April 2017
11am Morning Prayer & Sunday School
7pm REVIVE Cafe Church hosted by SNATCH. Speaker: Mr Simon Henry (CIYD)

This Week:
Wednesday 5th
6.30pm GFS
8pm Life Explored (7)

Thursday 6th
9pm Football - Maguiresbridge

Coming Up:
Monday 10th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled begins, meeting each night in Holy Week

Sunday 16th
6.30am Easter Dawn Service followed by breakfast
11am Easter Family Celebration

Wednesday 19th
8pm Easter General Vestry

Arrow Leadership Development Course
Please pray for the Rector and the other participants attending the Arrow Leadership Course. The purpose of Arrow is ‘to be led more by Jesus; to lead more like Jesus; to lead more to Jesus.’

Wednesday Club Coffee Morning & Sale of Work
Wednesday 5th April from 10am - 12noon in Brookeborough Methodist Church.

Brookeborough War Memorial Project
Brookeborough Development Association are helping to conserve the War Memorial. You are invited to the following events:
Friday 7th April (6pm-10pm) & Saturday 8th: Display of memorabilia & project info. Request: bring photos/artifacts of those who served - Station House Brookeborough.
Saturday 29th April at 4pm: Sponsored walk at Blessingbourne & BBQ at FMT RBL.

REVIVE Cafe Church
Sunday 9th April at 7pm in the Church Hall, hosted by SNATCH. Speaker: Mr Simon Henry (CIYD Youth Officer) Invite your friends to come along!

Crosslinks Camps
Junior Camp: Blast Off! - Fivemiletown College 13th - 19th August, P4-P7.
Senior Camp: Origins - Castlewellan Castle 30th July - 5th August, Year 8 - age 17.
See flyers in porch for more information, or visit www.crosslinks.org/camps

Scripture Fulfilled
How does the crucifixion of Jesus fulfil the
promises and prophecies of the Old Testament?
Mon 10th April - Genesis 3 - Brookeborough Methodist
Tue 11th April - Exodus 12 - Aghavea Church
Wed 12th April - Psalm 22 - Brookeborough Methodist
Thur 13th April - Genesis 22 - Aghavea Church
Good Friday 14th April - Isaiah 53 - Brookeborough Methodist
Services begin at 8pm each evening.

Dawn Service
Easter Sunday 16th April at 6.30am
Aghavea Hall car park followed by breakfast.
A sign up sheet is available in the porch for catering purposes.

Mothers’ Union
Friday 12th May Diocesan MU Festival Service in Enniskillen Cathedral.

Bible in One Year
2nd 2 Sam 22-24, Ps 93
3rd 1 Kgs 1-3, Ps 94
4th 1 Kgs 4-7, Ps 95
5th 1 Kgs 8-10, Ps 96
6th 1 Kgs 11-13, Ps 97
7th 1 Kgs 14-16, Ps 98
8th 1 Kgs 17-19, Ps 99
9th 1 Kgs 20-22, Ps 100
10th 2 Kgs 1-3, Ps 101

Prayer Diary
Sun 2nd All who are participating in the Arrow Leadership Course
Mon 3rd God’s comfort and strength for all who mourn the loss of loved ones
Tue 4th Bishop John as he leads the diocese of Clogher
Wed 5th GFS leaders and girls, giving thanks for the past year at GFS
Thur 6th SAMS missionaries, especially Claire Holmes in Paraguay
Fri 7th Pray for our Holy Week series - and consider who you can bring along
Sat 8th The farming community - for safety as they go about their work
Sun 9th Tonight’s Revive Cafe Church - for all who will take part
Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
Prayer Diary updates can be accessed each morning at our Facebook page or by downloading the free ‘PrayerMate’ app for your smartphone and adding the Aghavea Church feed.

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Notices: Sunday 26th March 2017


Today:
11am Morning Prayer & Sunday School

Next Sunday: 2nd April 2017
11am Holy Communion & Sunday School
7pm SNATCH

This Week:
Monday 27th
7.45pm Bowling Club closing night, including AGM

Tuesday 28th
Football match v Kilskeery at Bawnacre, Irvinestown

Wednesday 29th
6.30pm GFS
8pm Life Explored (6)

Thursday 30th
9pm Football - Maguiresbridge

Saturday 1st
8pm CDYC Xplore youth event

Coming Up:
Sunday 9th
7pm REVIVE Cafe Church - speaker: Mr Simon Henry

Monday 10th
8pm Holy Week series ‘Scripture Fulfilled’ begins

Sunday 16th
6.30am Easter Dawn Service followed by breakfast

Wednesday 19th
8pm Easter General Vestry

Arrow Leadership Development Course
Please pray for the Rector and the other participants attending the Arrow Leadership Course in April. The purpose of Arrow is ‘to be led more by Jesus; to lead more like Jesus; to lead more to Jesus.’

Wednesday Club Coffee Morning & Sale of Work
Wednesday 5th April from 10am - 12noon in Brookeborough Methodist Church.

REVIVE Cafe Church
Sunday 9th April at 7pm in the Church Hall, hosted by SNATCH. Speaker: Mr Simon Henry (CIYD Youth Officer) Invite your friends to come along!

Scripture Fulfilled
How does the crucifixion of Jesus fulfil the
promises and prophecies of the Old Testament?
Mon 10th April - Genesis 3 - Brookeborough Methodist
Tue 11th April - Exodus 12 - Aghavea Church
Wed 12th April - Psalm 22 - Brookeborough Methodist
Thur 13th April - Genesis 22 - Aghavea Church
Good Friday 14th April - Isaiah 53 - Brookeborough Methodist
Services begin at 8pm each evening.

xplore: Gentleness & Self-Control
The final Clogher Diocesan Youth Council event of this season will be on Saturday 1st April at 8pm in Enniskillen Cathedral Halls. SNATCH will be meeting at Aghavea Hall at 7.30pm to travel to the event. Consent forms available from SNATCH leaders.

Brookeborough War Memorial Project
Brookeborough Development Association are helping to conserve the War Memorial. You are invited to the following events:
Friday 7th April (6pm-10pm) & Saturday 8th: Display of memorabilia & project info. Request: bring photos/artifacts of those who served - Station House Brookeborough.
Saturday 29th April at 4pm: Sponsored walk at Blessingbourne & BBQ at FMT RBL.

Dawn Service
Easter Sunday 16th April
6.30am at Aghavea Hall car park followed by breakfast.
A sign up sheet is available in the porch for catering purposes.

Mothers’ Union News
Friday 12th May Diocesan MU Festival Service in Enniskillen Cathedral.

Crosslinks Camps
Junior Camp: Blast Off! - Fivemiletown College 13th - 19th August, P4-P7.
Senior Camp: Origins - Castlewellan Castle 30th July - 5th August, Year 8 - age 17.
See flyers in porch for more information, or visit www.crosslinks.org/camps

Bible in One Year
26th 1 Sam 28-31, Ps 86
27th 2 Sam 1-3, Ps 87
28th 2 Sam 4-8, Ps 88
29th 2 Sam 9-12, Ps 89
30th 2 Sam 13-15, Ps 90
31st 2 Sam 16-18, Ps 91
1st 2 Sam 19-21, Ps 92
2nd 2 Sam 22-24, Ps 93
3rd 1 Kgs 1-3, Ps 94

Prayer Diary Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
Sun 26th Give thanks for mothers and families today
Mon 27th The Bowling Club, holding their AGM tonight as the season ends
Tue 28th Local churches, as we work together to share the gospel
Wed 29th Christians in the workplace, witnessing to God’s love
Thur 30th Open Doors, working with persecuted Christians
Fri 31st Give thanks for God’s goodness and grace this past month
Sat 1st Tonight’s Xplore youth event in Enniskillen
Sun 2nd All who are participating in the Arrow Leadership Course

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Notices: Sunday 19th March 2017


Today:
11am Confirmation with Bishop John McDowell
7pm Revive Cafe Church - Aghavea Hall

Next Sunday: Sunday 26th March 2017
11am Morning Prayer & Sunday School - Mothering Sunday

This Week:
Monday 20th
8pm Bowling Club

Tuesday 21st
8pm Select Vestry

Wednesday 22nd
6.30pm GFS
8pm Life Explored (5)

Thursday 23rd
9pm Football - Maguiresbridge

Coming Up:
Monday 27th
8pm Bowling Club AGM

Thursday 30th
8pm Bible Study - Rectory

April
Saturday 1st
8pm CDYC Xplore youth event

Sunday 2nd
7pm SNATCH - Aghavea Hall

Sunday 9th
7pm REVIVE Cafe Church - speaker: Mr Simon Henry

Monday 10th
8pm Scripture Fulfilled begins - services each night during Holy Week, shared between Brookeborough Methodist Church and Aghavea Church.

Wednesday 19th
8pm Easter General Vestry

REVIVE Cafe Church
Tonight at 7pm in the Church Hall. We’ll be thinking about St Patrick, and what brought him to Ireland. Invite your friends to come along!

Mothers’ Union News
Friday 12th May Diocesan MU Festival Service in Enniskillen Cathedral.

xplore: Gentleness & Self-Control
The final Clogher Diocesan Youth Council event of this season will be on Saturday 1st April at 8pm in Enniskillen Cathedral Halls. SNATCH will be meeting at Aghavea Hall at 7.30pm to travel to the event. Consent forms available from SNATCH leaders.

Don’t Forget!
Next Sunday the clocks go forward as we usher in British Summer Time.

Scripture Fulfilled
How does the crucifixion of Jesus fulfil the
promises and prophecies of the Old Testament?
Mon 10th April - Genesis 3 - Brookeborough Methodist
Tue 11th April - Exodus 12 - Aghavea Church
Wed 12th April - Psalm 22 - Brookeborough Methodist
Thur 13th April - Genesis 22 - Aghavea Church
Good Friday 14th April - Isaiah 53 - Brookeborough Methodist
Services begin at 8pm each evening.
'Everything written about me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.'
Luke 24: 44

Dawn Service

Easter Sunday 16th April
6.30am at Aghavea Hall car park.
Followed by breakfast.
A sign up sheet will be available in the coming weeks.

Crosslinks Camps
Junior Camp: Blast Off! - Fivemiletown College 13th - 19th August, P4-P7.
Senior Camp: Origins - Castlewellan Castle 30th July - 5th August, Year 8 - age 17.
See flyers in porch for more information, or visit www.crosslinks.org/camps

Bible in One Year
19th 1 Sam 4-8, Ps 79
20th 1 Sam 9-12, Ps 80
21st 1 Sam 13-14, Ps 81
22nd 1 Sam 15-17, Ps 82
23rd 1 Sam 18-20, Ps 83
24th 1 Sam 21-24, Ps 84
25th 1 Sam 25-27, Ps 85
26th 1 Sam 28-31, Ps 86
27th 2 Sam 1-3, Ps 87
Next meeting: Thursday 30th March at 8pm in the Rectory.

Prayer Diary Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
Sun 19th Bethany, Dylan, Jack, Mark & Mark, being Confirmed today
Mon 20th Those who are housebound, for continuing fellowship
Tue 21st Select Vestry meets tonight - pray for God’s wisdom
Wed 22nd Preparations for our Holy Week services - who could you bring?
Thur 23rd Catherine Little, as she leads the work of Bible Society NI
Fri 24th The Pantry in Lisnaskea, sharing God’s love with those in need
Sat 25th Sunday School leaders and young people, learning about Jesus
Sun 26th Give thanks for mothers and families today
Prayer Diary updates can be accessed each morning at our Facebook page or by downloading the free ‘PrayerMate’ app for your smartphone and adding the Aghavea Church feed.