This Week’s Notices

 

Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong. Do everything in love.

1 Corinthians 16:13-14

Week Beginning 19th January 2020

Sunday Coffee served from 10:40am
  10.45am Prayer in the back room
  11.00am Morning Worship and Communion – George Blair
We continue our series of sermons entitled “How to…” with “How to Pray Effectively”. George Blair is speaking from Matthew 6 v5-15 and Craig Braisby is leading the service.
Tuesday 9.30am Parents and Toddlers

Sunday 26th January 2020

  Coffee Served from 10:40am
  10.45am Prayer in the back room
  11.00am Morning Worship and Focus Meeting led by Rev Mike Stanbrook
  3.00pm Service for the week of prayer for Christian Unity at St Hugh RC Church

We invite you to stay for tea/coffee in the Church after the services.
The members of the Prayer Team are available if you would like prayer after the service
 

Notices this week 

Thursday House Group

We will not be meeting on Thursday 23rd January but will be back together again on Thursday 30th.

Knaphill Community Fridge

Did you know Knaphill has a Community Fridge?  This very successful project is run by Holy Trinity with the aim of preventing unwanted food going into landfill.  Collections are made from local food retailers and brought to Holy Trinity in Chobham Road where anyone can help themselves.  It is available to all – this is not a food bank but a project to reduce our impact on the environment to.  You can also donate any unwanted, in date, food (maybe you overstocked for a party for before a holiday).  The fridge itself is open Monday to Friday from 830am to 4.00pm (but the best choice of goods is to be found early in the day).

Jules Hopkins, who set up this project, is giving a talk about the work to the Silver Stars group on Monday 27th January at 1.30pm and Holy Trinity have extended an invitation to us through Church 4 Knaphill.  Silver Stars is a regular group for ‘folk of the third age’. Why not pop along and find out more?  (£1 donation to cover refreshments and speaker’s expenses).

BMS Birthday Scheme Dates

The gremlins crept into the birthday dates published in the church magazine.  Please note these corrected dates for February

13th Eileen Webber                 20th Eileen Byde

14th Judy Spink                       25th Sylvia  Elliot

Triangle Bookshop, Farnborough

The Triangle urgently needs new staff in the café., and are looking for a flexible and friendly person to join their small café team. The shifts total approximately 10-15 hours per week, mainly on weekdays. The pay is on a minimum wage rate.

If you, or anyone you know, would like to apply, please call Paul, Teresa or Denise on 01252 519172 or email admin@thetriangle.org.uk. as soon as possible.

Important Dates for 2020

–          Church member’s meeting – Sun 26th February – in worship at 11.00am

–          Church Annual General Meeting: Tuesday 24th March at 7:30pm

Please see the other dates below.

Week of prayer for Christian Unity
A joint churches service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be held at 3pm At St Hugh of Lincoln Church on Sunday 26th January.

foodbankWoking Foodbank

The food bank require the following:  Tinned beef, ham and chicken, long life sponge puddings, small sachets or jars of pasta sauce, peanut butter, jars of instant coffee, washing up liquid and small boxes of washing powder.

They do not require beans or soup.

Please continue to pray for the recipients, whose numbers increase during the winter period.

Woking Debates

The Woking Debates began in January 2013 and have been running ever since. They hold debates monthly in the early part of the year on peace and social topics of local, national and  international importance and are organised by Woking Action For Peace and Churches together in Woking.

The next debate is on Saturday February 8th at 10.30 in The Gallery Meeting Room, Christ Church, Woking, entitled “Islamophobia: How much of a problem is it in Woking?” www.WokingDebates.com

seba-logoSafeguarding Training

We’d like to take a crowd to the Safeguarding Training being held at New Life Church, Woking on February 29th. All involved with young people, or who undertake 1:1 pastoral care for the elderly, as well the deacons should attend this course. The morning is for everybody, the afternoon for those in positions of responsibility – those leading groups, or the deacons.  The church will pay the course fee. Please confirm your attendance to Eric or Sohan. If 29th Feb doesn’t work for you – there are other courses below, but all are rather further away!

BU LogoBaptist Union Prayer Diary –

19 January

We are invited in this year’s Week Of Prayer for Christian Unity materials to see God working through people and places which offer unusual kindness. Pray that through our Christian unity we will make Christ known in the world. www.ctbi.org.uk/weekofprayer

seba-logoSEBA Training Dates

Excellence in Safeguarding training

Level 2

  • Saturday 25 Jan 2020 @ Meopham Green BC – 9.30am
  • Saturday 8 Feb 2020 @ Bognor Regis BC – 9.30am
  • Saturday 29 Feb 2020 @ New Life Church, Woking – 9.30am
  • Saturday 7 March 2020 @ Margate BC – 9.30am
  • Saturday 25 April 2020 @ Broadwater BC, Worthing – 9.30am

Level 3

  • Saturday 25 Jan 2020 @ Meopham Green BC – 1.30pm
  • Saturday 8 Feb 2020 @ Bognor Regis BC – 1.30pm
  • Saturday 29 Feb 2020 @ New Life Church, Woking – 1.30pm
  • Saturday 7 March 2020 @ Margate BC – 1.30pm
  • Saturday 25 April 2020 @ Broadwater BC, Worthing – 1.30pm

Contact Eric or Sohan to book.

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