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PANTO - tickets for Hansel
& Gretel are available from the Parish
Prenton Primary and Devonshire Park Schools and
Brenda Maddox (608
8326, 53 Glenavon Rd) All seats £5: Four
performances Thurs. 22nd, Fri 23rd
& Sat. 24th January at 7.30pm and also matinee
Sat. 24th at 2pm.
Union Meetings :- Click
Shoe Box Appeal
— meets on Thursdays in the Noble Room at
Home Knitters Wanted We
can supply wool and patterns suitable for inclusion
in the shoeboxes. Please contact Barbara Higson
– 608 4184
Tuesday Ladies Badminton
are looking for players, meeting 2pm to 4pm Tuesdays
in the Barrett Hall, for more details please contact
Jean Creighton on 608 5821.
Talking Tots provides
fun, friendly activities that help children to
build on their natural speech and language development
while making friends and having lots of fun. Each
class is carefully designed to build children’s
communication while developing important social
skills such as turn-taking, sharing and cooperation.
Prenton Ridge Bridge Club
are looking for new members, please come along
in pairs on Tuesdays at 7.15pm in the Coronation
Room at St Stephens.
Fitness League is here! Thursdays
in the Barrett Hall at 10.00am, it’s a fantastic
way to get fit and meet new friends, come along
if you want to have FUN!
Dancing tots is still
taking place in the Coronation Room Wednesday
mornings, bring your pre-schoolers to this lovely
little dance class 10.00am-11.00am
Sidesperson & Sound Desk team
We are looking for new people to join the sidesperson
& sound desk team, if you are interested please
contact, June Foster or Robert Vague.
Knit and Natter
This is a group for people who are interested
in sewing, knitting, embroidery or tatting. They
will meet every second week on Saturday's at 2.00
For more details contact Chris Thomas on 608 8325.
The G.A.P. (Growth Action Planning).
continue to pray for us as we seek to discern God’s will and direction
Lord Jesus Christ, you command and inspire your church to
make disciples: may our church be a joyful and vibrant community
of welcome, worship and service, spreading hope to those around
us and attracting others to the fire of your love;
may your Spirit be at work through our Growth Action Planning,
helping us to catch a vision for your church and to serve
you faithfully, to your glory and honour. Amen.
Changing the world—Join in by swapping your usual stuff for Fairtrade stuff.
Swapping your usual stuff for Fairtrade stuff is a brilliantly small step to making the world a fairer place. It means that you get to show your support for developing world producers through what you buy. Two billion people - a third of humanity - survive on less than $2 a day. Unfair trade rules keep them in poverty, but they face the global challenges of food shortages and climate change too.
Fairtrade believes that developing world producers should be in control of their own lives, by getting a better deal for the work that they do. This is a different way of doing business. It's a way that puts the poorest of the world first. Look around our map and find out how Fairtrade is changing the lives of farming communities worldwide. And learn a bit about the stuff that you’re swapping too.
Flower List There is a new list
at the back of church for donations for flowers
in 2015. Please add your name and telephone number
in your chosen week.
If your flowers are in memory of someone and
you would like a note in the newsletter please
let the office know when leaving your donation
There is Morning Prayer during the week to start the
day at 8.30am Monday to Friday.