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CTLCClogoBISHOP STREET METHODIST CHURCH
...serving people in Leicester City Centre (Reg. charity 1129068)
10a Bishop Street, Town Hall Square, Leicester, LE1 6AF.
Office tel. 0116 255 4111 E-mail:
office@bishopstreetchurch.org.uk
Minister: Rev. Fran Rhys  Tel. 0116 257 1069  email fran.rhys @ methodist.org.uk

SUNDAY 14th July 2019, 10.45am
Morning Communion Service
led by Rev. Daniel Yovan

SUNDAY 21st July 2019, 10.45am
Morning Service
led by Rev. Fran Rhys

SUNDAY 28th July 2019, 10.45am
Morning Service
led by Rev. John Pugh

 

Lectionary Readings for Sunday 14th July
Amos ch7 v7-17 (OT-p.781)

Colossians ch 1 v1-14 (NT-p.185)
Luke ch10 v25-37 (NT-p.66)

 

Tea, coffee, squash will be available following the service.

Rota

Stewards

Welcomers

Refreshments

14-Jul

Peter Chitsenga

volunteer please

volunteer please

21-Jul

Steward Team

volunteer please

volunteer please

28-Jul

Hope Ncube & Mary Gill

volunteer please

volunteer please

Organist: Martin Briers

Flowers for July 14th & 21st are given and arranged by Kate Moore
in memory of her parents, Mr and Mrs Eddie Garfoot

Flowers for July 28th given and arranged by Anne Doblander

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SUNDAY SERVICES 10.45am

4th Aug

Geoff Warrener

11th Aug

Leon Dundas

18th Aug

Rev Fran Rhys (Holy Communion)

25th Aug

Local Arrangement (Café Church)

 

Rota

Stewards

Welcomers

Refreshments

4-Aug

Steward Team

volunteer please

volunteer please

NEW ROTA for June to August: Please sign up on the ROTA SHEET as a welcomer or refreshments volunteer. Thank you.

 

REGULAR ACTIVITIES

MINISTER: Rev. Fran Rhys is generally in the Church Office on Wednesdays, 10.00-3.00. Feel free to drop in to see her, and perhaps come along to 1.00pm prayers. Phone/email (see front) to confirm a particular time or to arrange a different day to meet.

Lunchtime Prayers: 1.00pm on Mondays and Wednesday in the prayer corner.  Wednesday 1.00-1.30pm. Next Communion will be August 7th led by Rev. Fran Rhys. All are invited.

THE CHAPEL CAFÉ: The Café is open 10.00-4.00 on weekdays and 10.00-3.00 on Saturdays. Call in often, and tell your friends.

OPEN CHURCH in the Barrett Room: Mondays 11.30am-1.00pm. followed by prayers in the Church prayer corner at 1.00.

‘A Listening Ear’: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, available through the Chapel Cafe between 11am and 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.

Thursday Bible Study and discussion in the Church at 12.00noon.

‘In Stitches’Knitting and Needlecraft. Get together to work on your projects and have a chat. Fridays, 10.30-12.45 in the café.

Churches Together in Leicester City Centre:First Thursday Prayers: 12.30pm on August 1st at St Stephen’s URC.

 

 

 

ART AT THE CHAPEL: CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF LEICESTER CITY!

In 1919 the town of Leicester officially became Leicester CITY! To honour 100 years of being the city we call home, DIY GALLERY + Art at The Chapel are hosting a 2 week pop-up celebration of artists + musicians with a Leicester City connection. Art at the Chapel invites everyone to join in and kickstart the next 100 years of arts and music in Leicester!

The Leicester City OPEN // 100 Artists Pop-Up Show will be open from 6th - 20th July 2019 /

Opening Times : Monday-Friday 10am-4pm / Saturday 10am-3pm

 

Moon landing circleNEXT EVENT : Saturday 20th July / 6.30pm - CEREMONY - Concert for the Moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing (and the close of The Leicester City Open Show) Art at the Chapel is hosting an audio/visual concert which will be out of this world!

For more information please see : fb.com/artatthechapel.bishopstreet

There are plenty of volunteer opportunities at the gallery - if you would like to get involved please call Leonie on 07981 302444 or email info@artatthechapel.com

The Leicester City Open is supported by
West End Creatives, Leicester and Drum+Brass

 

CENTRE ADMINISTRATOR: Bishop Street is looking to appoint a Centre Administrator on the retirement of Robin Stevenson. The post offers an opportunity to work in a busy city centre church, by overseeing room bookings, providing practical support to the user groups and tenants, responding to enquiries, organising publicity for Bishop Street church and overseeing maintenance and upkeep of the premises.

Hours are 20 a week, salary £13.48 an hour, and start date 1st October. Application deadline 10th August. For an application form and further information please contact: adminpost2019@bishopstreetchurch.org.uk

ART AT THE CHAPEL FACEBOOK PAGE - if you use facebook and would like updates on events and exhibitions, Leonie’s Art at the Chapel  facebook page is available for you to subscribe to and share. The link is www.fb.com/ArtatTheChapel.BishopStreet

NEXT EVENT : Saturday 20th July / 6.30pm - CEREMONY - Concert for the Moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing (and the close of The Leicester City Open Show) Art at the Chapel is hosting an audio/visual concert which will be out of this world!

For more information please see :
www.fb.com/artatthechapel.bishopstreet

There are plenty of volunteer opportunities at the gallery - if you would like to get involved please call Leonie on 07981 302444 or email info@artatthechapel.com

The Leicester City Open is supported by
West End Creatives, Leicester and Drum+Brass

 

CENTRE ADMINISTRATOR: Bishop Street is looking to appoint a Centre Administrator on the retirement of Robin Stevenson. The post offers an opportunity to work in a busy city centre church, by overseeing room bookings, providing practical support to the user groups and tenants, responding to enquiries, organising publicity for Bishop Street church and overseeing maintenance and upkeep of the premises.

Hours are 20 a week, salary £13.48 an hour, and start date 1st October. For an application form and further information please contact: adminpost2019@bishopstreetchurch.org.uk

CHURCH CALENDAR

JULY 2019

Sat 6th to 20th July

DIY GALLERY + Art at The Chapel present:

The Leicester City OPEN // 100 Artists Pop-Up Show In 1919 the town of Leicester officially became Leicester CITY. To honour 100 years of being the city we call home, DIY GALLERY + Art at The Chapel are hosting a 2 week pop-up celebration of artists + musicians with a Leicester City connection.

Sat 20thMoon landing circle

6.30pm: CEREMONY - Concert for the Moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing (and the close of The Leicester City Open Show) Art at the Chapel is hosting an audio/visual concert which will be out of this world!

 

CONFERENCE 2019 has now ended, and Clive Marsh has officially begun his vice-presidential year. There are printed ‘Conference Business Digest’ sheets available summarising the discussions and decisions of this year’s Methodist Conference – also available via www.methodist.org.uk/conference.

Methodist Women in Britain, Leicester Trinity Circuit Summer Meeting: BEETLE DRIVE at Blaby Methodist Church, LE8 4HL Thursday July 18th, 2.00 - 4.00 p.m. A social afternoon to play and chat. Refreshments provided.

WIGSTON MAGNA METHODIST CHURCH – Cross Street is celebrating its 200 years with a series of 6 exhibition open weekends. Chapter four, “UNITING FOR THE FUTURE” 1983 – 1990  will be on Saturday 3rd August, 10am – 4pm, Sunday 4th August, 12 noon – 4pm. Refreshments of the time. Free admission.

And a date for your diary: Bishop Street Methodist Church will be presenting Handel’s Messiah on Saturday 14th December 2019. Come and listen, or better still, come and sing. Rehearsals 10.00am-1.00pm. Performance at 3.00pm, with Knighton Orchestra, conducted by Paul Jenkins. Details: Rev. Fran Rhys.

SAFEGUARDING: Foundation Module training session: Wednesday 17th  July  at Oadby Trinity Methodist Church will start at 7pm.

 

Organ restoration thumbnailBISHOP STREET ONLINE VIDEOS
The montage ofvideo snippets of the works involved in the organ restoration is now on Youtube, with a soundtrack of Simon Headley playing the organ at the celebration concert. It will really help our Grant feedback forms if this can accumulate some viewing figures, so please have a look, and tell your friends. It is at https://youtu.be/hN8Qdcxqunw

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.)

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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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