Sunday, 19 January 2014
Notices: Sunday 19th January 2014
10.00 am Sunday School
11.00 am Church Family Service
7.30 pm SNATCH - Aghavea Hall
Next Sunday: Sunday 26th January 2014
10.00 am Sunday School
11.00 am Morning Prayer - Luke 7: 1-17 God is here
8pm Select Vestry
7.45pm Youth Council Consultation - Lisnaskea
8pm Bowls match away v Clogh
7.30pm Diocesan Listening Process on Human Sexuality in Aghavea Hall. To register your attendance, contact the Diocesan Office on 028 6634 7879 by tomorrow.
Bowls match home v Fawney
Bible Study - Ruth 2
Friday 7th February
SAMS Friday Night Live, Craigavon
Mothers’ Union Invitations
Thursday 6th February: Lisnaskea MU Visitors’ Night in the Trinity Hall - CMSI representatives with the Market Stall of crafts produced overseas.
Saturday 15th February: Clogher Diocesan Prayer Breakfast, Killyhevlin Hotel - Canon Kathy Trimby (MU Faith & Policy). Cost £8, book by 5th Feb.
Clogher Diocesan Youth Council
The final consultation with youth leaders to chart the course for the new Youth Council is being held at 7.45pm this Wednesday 22nd in the Trinity Hall, Lisnaskea. The meeting is for all leaders of youth organisations including SNATCH and GFS. Please try to be present to share your thoughts on the way ahead.
EXCLUSIVE: Crosslinks Conference
Speaker: Don Carson. Friday 31st January & Saturday 1st February in St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast. To book, visit www.crosslinks.org/exclusive or speak to Gary
Register of Vestrymen
The Church of Ireland is democratic in its decision making. At the Easter Vestry, members elect the Select Vestry each year and Parochial Nominators and Diocesan Synod Representatives every three years. Diocesan Synod elects our General Synod Representatives. If you are not on the Register of Vestrymen, you don’t have a say in the local, diocesan and national Church. The Register of Vestrymen will be revised on Tuesday 21st January, and is open to all aged 18 and over who attend and have subscribed at least £50 to church funds in the last calendar year. Forms are available from the Rector and Churchwardens.
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.
Sun 19th Myrtle and the choir as they lead our praise
Mon 20th The bowling club, for upbuilding conversations during and after the games
Tue 21st Select Vestry meets tonight - for wisdom and guidance as decisions are made
Wed 22nd Clogher Diocesan Youth Council as it consults with leaders and plans the future direction of youth work
Thur 23rd Faithfulness to God’s word as the diocese meets to discuss human sexuality in our church hall tonight
Fri 24th Friday is normally sermon writing day: pray for all who study and teach God’s word
Sat 25th CMSI missionaries, especially those serving with partner churches in South Sudan at this troublesome time
Sun 26th The church family as we gather today around God’s word, that we will hear and obey
Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with thanksgiving.