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Sunday, 18 May 2014

Notices: Sunday 18th May 2014


Today:
10.00am Sunday School
11.00am Church Family Service
7.00pm Evening Prayer - Brooke Memorial Hall

Next Sunday: Sunday 25th May 2014
10.00am Sunday School
11.00am Morning Prayer with Baptism - Titus 2:11-15 God’s grace
7.30pm SNATCH - Colebrooke Halls

This Week:
Monday 19th 7pm CDYC meeting in Ballinamallard
Tuesday 20th 8pm Select Vestry - agenda available today
Friday 23rd Brookeborough Methodist Flower Festival begins

Coming Up:
Saturday 31st Mothers’ Union outing
Sunday 1st Gift Day Morning Service & Favourite Hymns evening: pm preacher: Very Rev Raymond Ferguson (Kilmore)
Sunday 15th Children’s Day and Parish Lunch - preacher: Mr Johnny Beare (St Elizabeth’s, Dundonald)
Sunday 22nd Parish Reader Commissioning of Mr David Atwell in Magheracross Church, Ballinamallard

Can’t Cook Won’t Cook
Rev Gary McMurray v David Atwell
Friday 6th June at 7.30pm in Aghavea Church Hall
Tickets £5 from Sharon Clarke or the SEFF Office (6772 3884)
Supporting young people affected by terrorism to attend an international conference this summer

The Barnabas Cup
Thursday 19th June at Fisher Park, Ballinamallard
Fermanagh Churches 7-a-side knock out tournament (18+)
Anyone interested in forming a team, please speak to Gary.

Sunday School Trip
Funtasia Waterpark, Drogheda
Saturday 7th June
Please sign up on the list in the porch or speak to Linda.

Favourite Hymns Evening
Sunday 1st June at 7.30pm. Please use the forms and box in the porch to nominate your hymns by Sunday 25th May.

Parish Lunch
Children’s Day: Sunday 15th June
Please sign up on the list in the porch for catering purposes

Brookeborough Methodist Church
Flower Festival: Hymns Through The Seasons
Friday 23rd May 3pm - 6pm with opening service at 8pm
(Preacher: Rev Dr Heather Morris, Methodist President);
Saturday 24th May 10am - 9pm; Sunday 25th May 2pm - 9pm;
Monday 26th May 10am - 6pm with Praise Service at 8pm
(Preacher: Rev Andrew Kingston, former minister)
Refreshments available. All welcome

Mothers’ Union Outing
Saturday 31st May: Hillmount Garden Centre; The Somme Heritage Centre; shopping at Sprucefield Shopping Centre; dinner at Viscounts, Dungannon.
To book your seat on the coach, speak to Valerie Crawford.

SNATCH News
‘Growing in Faith through Fellowship’
End of year BBQ - Sunday 8th June at 7.30pm
Colebrooke Church Halls
For all young people of secondary school age.
P7s joining us in September are also invited to come along for the BBQ

It’s Your Move
RE Lessons to help P7s move from Primary School to Secondary School finish this week. Give thanks for Jeff Gawn and for the great reception in Maguiresbridge PS and continue to pray for the team in Brookeborough PS tomorrow. Pray also for all the P7s as they prepare to change school come September.

Clogher Diocesan Youth Council: The Way Forward
Following consultation events in January, the Youth Council are providing follow-up meetings to chart the way forward. These will be held on 19th May (Archdale Hall, Ballinamallard at 7pm) and 22nd May (St Patrick’s Church, Monaghan at 7pm.) All youth leaders welcome.

GFS All-Ireland Results
Winners in the Diocesan GFS Competitions are forwarded to Dublin for judging in the All-Ireland competitions. Well done to the following girls from Aghavea GFS for winning the following prizes:
Bible study: 3rd - Rebecca Beacom; Highly Commended - Kirsty Clarke
Crafts: 1st - Jemma Foster; 2nd - Abbie Walmsley; 3rd - Kirsty Clarke
Prizes will be awarded at our Children’s Day Family Service on Sunday 15th June.

Prayer Diary
Sun 18th Pray for our services, as well as the time before and after, as we seek to grow in love and fellowship
Mon 19th Bible Society translators working to bring God’s word to new people groups and languages for the first time
Tue 20th Select Vestry meets for the first time since the Easter Vestry - for God’s guidance & wisdom in discussions
Wed 21st Those who are preparing for marriage - that God’s love will be the foundation of their relationship
Thur 22nd Peace and safety during the elections being held today - and as votes are counted, for those elected as they serve the community in local councils and Europe
Fri 23rd Pray for our local schools: the teachers and staff; the pupils facing exams and preparing to change schools
Sat 24th Opportunities for evangelism in the local community - pray for someone you love to become a Christian
Sun 25th Myrtle and the choir as they lead us in our singing, and courage to join in with the hymns and songs as we praise the God of grace

Remember, O LORD, your great mercy and love, for they are from of old. Psalm 25: 6

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.

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