Sunday, 15 November 2015
Notices: Sunday 15th November 2015
11am Church Family Service
Next Sunday: Sunday 22nd November 2015
11am Morning Prayer & Sunday School - John 9: Seeing Jesus
7pm SNATCH - Colebrooke Hall
8pm Select Vestry
7.30pm CDYC meets in the Rectory
9pm Football - Castle Park, Lisnaskea
Wednesday 25th 8pm Christmas Fair
Thursday 26th Bowls match away v St John’s Fivemiletown
Saturday 28th CDYC Deeper event - Rossorry Church Hall
Deeper into God’s Presence
Saturday 28th November at 8pm in Rossorry Church Hall. Leaving Aghavea at 7.30pm. Consent forms available from SNATCH leaders.
New Irish Choir & Orchestra Christmas Concert
Friday 4th December. Please contact Clabby Rectory 02889521697 as soon as possible, if you would like to go. £22 for students & those over 60 years; other ticket price £24. Bus price to be given on the night £5 per person.
New Wine: Sligo 16 - Deep Calls Unto Deep
10th - 15th July 2016 at Sligo IT. Bible teaching each morning by Archbishop Greg Venables, and speakers each evening including Danielle Strickland and Pete Greig. Youth and children’s programme runs throughout the week. Best rates available before 30th November - see www.newwineireland.org for details, or speak to Gary.
Struggling with debt?
Christians Against Poverty offers a uniquely in-depth, caring service to people with spiralling personal debt regardless of their age, gender, faith or background. Every client is visited in their own home; the charity does all the negotiating with creditors and local volunteers offer support to each person face-to-face until the day they are debt free.
The CAP West Northern Ireland Centre is supported by Enniskillen Presbyterian together with St Mary’s, Ardess and Holy Trinity Dromore. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with debt, contact CAP direct on 0800 328 0006. CAP will then arrange for a home visit from the local Debt Centre manager. The service is completely free. See www.capuk.org for more information.
Wednesday 25th November 2015
We’re preparing for this year’s Christmas Fair and need your help. Could you...
Bake a cake or two?
Make some Christmas crafts?
Provide some good quality items to sell?
Help at a stall?
Contribute a book you’ve recently read?
Assist Santa as one of his elves?
Please consider how you can help out prior to, or on the evening.
The Fair begins at 8pm, with stalls, refreshments, and Santa’s winter wonderland throughout the evening.
Sun 15th Rev Bryan, as he teaches God’s word to us today
Mon 16th All who are housebound, as we share in fellowship with them
Tue 17th Select Vestry, for God’s wisdom in decision making
Wed 18th CDYC as it resources youth ministries across the diocese
Thur 19th Open Doors, supporting and strengthening persecuted Christians
Fri 20th Pray for your neighbours - and be a good neighbour to them
Sat 21st Pray for a growing hunger for God’s word among us
Sun 22nd SNATCH members as they learn about ‘My Awesome God’
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.