BISHOP STREET METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY JUNE 17th 2018
Lectionary Readings for
Organist: Bob Rees
METHODIST WOMEN IN BRITAIN, LEICESTER TRINITY CIRCUIT SUMMER MEETING: Wednesday July 4TH, 2.00 - 4.00 p.m. Claremont Street Methodist Church, LE4 7QH: An opportunity to talk together about our respective groups. Tea and cake will be supplied!
CANCELLATION: The second 'Faith Exploration Saturday' will not take place as planned on June 30th. Due to adjustments made to the programme for training Worship Leaders and Local Preachers, no session can be offered on that date. Future 'open sessions' during 2018-19 are being planned.
NEW ROTA FOR JUNE TO AUGUST: Please sign up on the ROTA SHEET : two welcomers and two people for refreshments each week to keep things running smoothly. Thankyou.
ART PROJECT CORDINATOR: Leicester Cathedral and the Methodist Church are seeking to appoint a Project Coordinator to prepare for a major collection of modern Christian art which will be coming to Leicester in May - June 2019. This is a fixed term role, part-time at first, building up to full time for the period of the exhibition. Tasks include Events planning, liaison with venues, publicity and promotion, assistance with fundraising, supporting volunteers, producing resources. Applications by Monday 25 June. For more details email email@example.com or a link to the full job description is at :
QUIZ NIGHT: Rothley Methodist Church, Howe Lane, Rothley, are holding aLight Summer Supper with Quiz on Friday 6th July 2018 at 7.30pm. Tickets £8 (Teams of six per table or come and join a group on the night), from Sue Wainwright - Tel: 07585 557548 or Christine Hall - Tel: 0116 237 4658
SHARING THE JOURNEY OF FAITH: EXPLORING SPIRITUAL ACCOMPANIMENT. October, November 2018 — February, March 2019. This Course, offered by the Northampton District of the Methodist Church,lays the foundations for people wishing to accompany others in their journey of faith. A flier with more information is available. For Application Form contact : Audrey Hensman Tel 01780 238387. firstname.lastname@example.org
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BISHOP STREET ONLINE VIDEOS
A series of heritage videos is also available via Youtube. You can find them at the Bishop Street Church youtube channel (feel free to subscribe). Four short talks by Richard Gill on the origins of Leicester Methodism begin with ‘A sermon at Butt Close’, at https://youtu.be/x18ONeu0AoI (Follow the links to find subsequent videos.)
A Listening Ear: a volunteer listener is on hand on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, available through the Chapel Cafe. There are two 'slots' at 11am and 11.45-12.30. If you'd like to speak to a church member who's been trained in listening skills, please see the designated person sitting in the café.
LARGER PRINT copies of the Hymn-Book, Service Book and Bible are available from the welcomers.
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