This Week’s Notices

O come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation!
Psalm 95:1

Week beginning 23rd January 2022

In this edition:
Food.Gives
The Church…
From Pieter
Renew 88
World Day of Prayer

Sunday 11.00am Worship, with communion
3.00pm Service for the week of Christian Unity at Holy Trinity
Tuesday 9.30am Toddlers
7.30pm Deacons’ Meeting
Thursday 2.15pm House Group at Linda’s
8.00pm Bible Basics
Friday 10.00am Renew 88 open
Saturday 10.00am Children’s Choir
Sunday 30th 11.00am Worship

 

Food.Gives

It’s your last chance to support Food.Gives, with one of these dry-food items. If you’d prefer to give a donation instead, please see Sue Braisby.

We’ll be sending the stuff off after NEXT Sunday.

The Church …

… is first and foremost called to praise God. [2 January]

… consists of resident aliens, exiles without power on earth. [9 January]

… is a priesthood to bless this world. [16 January]

From Pieter

  • This Thursday Hetty and I are beginning the basic Bible course of seven evenings, using material from the Bible Society.  All are welcome in the church or on Zoom! (Details below.) Yet we are aiming specifically at people whose knowledge of the Bible isn’t yet as formidable as that of others.  Please pray that the right people will come, and maybe give them a gentle push!  The following evenings are 10 and 24 February. 
  • On Facebook I saw the following words of Mike Pilavachi: ‘The greatest tool we have? Disciples, men and women who look and sounds and smell like Jesus.  Techniques and gimmicks are never going to do it.’
  • Someone else put on Facebook: ‘Your smartphone has already replaced your watch, your diary, your camera and your alarm clock.  Don’t let it replace your family!’
Renew 88
Our Renew Wellbeing hub, Renew 88, will be open as usual on Monday afternoon and Friday morning.

World Day of Prayer 2022

The World Day of Prayer 2022 is being held on Friday 4th March and will be marked with a service at Holy Trinity, Knaphill at 10.45am. With material prepared by The Christian Women of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the theme is “I know the plans I have for you”, and focuses on freedom, forgiveness, justice, and God’s peace.

Baptist Union Assembly 2022

The Baptist Union assembly will be held over 14th and 15th May at the Bournemouth International Centre. If you are interested in attending, or representing the church, please speak to one of the Deacons. More details at https://www.baptist.org.uk/Groups/247895/The_Baptist_Assembly.aspx