Sunday, 3 November 2013
Notices: 3rd November 2013
10.00 am Sunday School
11.00 am Holy Communion
7.00 pm Evening Prayer - Brooke Memorial Hall
Next Sunday: Sunday 10th November 2013
10.45 am Act of Remembrance - Brookeborough War Memorial
11.30 am Morning Prayer including Act of Remembrance
7.30 pm SNATCH - Colebrooke Halls
8pm Bowls match home v St John’s Fivemiletown
8pm Bible study - 2 Peter 3:1-10
8pm MU invited to FMT MWI - Colourfully Yours
Tuesday 12th Mothers’ Union AGM
Wednesday 13th Bowls match away v St Macartin’s Enniskillen
Saturday 16th Diocesan Singing Event - Aghavea Church Hall
Sunday 17th SNATCH - Colebrooke Halls (and not 24th as previously advertised)
Monday 18th Bowls match home v Clabby
Tuesday 19th Select Vestry
Wednesday 20th Christmas Fair (including the Sale of Work)
Census Sunday 1
Please complete the blue census card - this will be collected during the service to compile statistics for the whole Church of Ireland.
The Pantry (A Helping Hand)
Thank you for your continued support for the new foodbank in Lisnaskea. Your donations have helped over 20 families already, with more families coming forward. Non-perishable donations can be left in the box at the back of the church building. If you or someone you know needs help, contact The Pantry at the rear of Val Irvine’s shop on Main Street, Lisnaskea.
Saturday 16th November from 11am - 4pm in Aghavea Church Halls. Open to anyone, you don’t have to be in the choir to come along. Light lunch provided. Workshop organised by Clogher Diocese and free to all participants - to register, contact Nathan Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 6632 0239 by 14th November.
Christmas Fair and Sale of Work
Wednesday 20th November at 8pm in the Church Hall.
Bowls Fun Pairs Tournament
Over 100 pairs from near and far took part in the tournament through the week. Thank you to all who helped in any way, as well as the event sponsors.
Clogher Diocesan Magazine
Notes for the December / January edition of the Diocesan Magazine should be with Gary by next Sunday at the latest, including the dates when organisations will re-commence after the Christmas holidays. Thank you.
Sun 3rd For Sunday School as they learn about Jesus
Mon 4th Local churches and their leaders, as we share the good news to our community
Tue 5th Bible Society workers translating the scriptures
Wed 6th GFS girls as they learn about Remembrance Day tonight and prepare for Sunday
Thur 7th All who are housebound - for continuing connections with the church family
Fri 8th Those who go hungry in our community, and the Pantry as it seeks to help them in practical ways
Sat 9th For the proclamation of God’s word tomorrow at services and SNATCH
Sun 10th Give thanks for those who have died in the service of our nation; and for those who bear the scars of war
Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. - Philippians 4:6