Sunday 22 April 2018
Fourth Sunday of Easter
Rev John Beardsley (Communion)
Rev Phil Summers (Dryleaze House)
Readings for week of 22 April
Rotas for Sunday 29 April 2018
|Welcome|| Margaret Jermy
|Coffee||Jill Polley & Ros Wakefield
- Babs Pearn writes, If/when you are thinking of giving any fiction books to a charity shop, please may I have them for the United Church Sisterhood group please. The ladies pay 50p for a book which goes to the charity which they support (a different one each year)
- Celebration of Gifts Weekend
- As we look forward to our Celebration of Gifts weekend on the 5, 6 and 7 May, we will obviously need various volunteers over the whole weekend. there is a rota sheet on the board near the hatch. Please sign up for whatever you can. Thank you for your help. Any queries please speak to Margaret Carruthers.
- The current shopping list mentions: Tinned Custard & Rice Pudding, Small bags of Sugar, Instant Mash, UHT Milk, UHT Orange Juice, Tinned Fruit, Tinned Potatoes.
- Kathleen Munday
- The funeral of Kathleen Munday will take place at Gloucester Crematorium at 12.00nn on Monday 30 April. Anyone needing transport can ring her son Peter at 860697
- United Alive
- All items for the May edition need to be with Judy Mills by 5.00pm tomorrow, Monday 23 April, please
- Churches Together in Wotton
- Everyone is welcome to attend the AGM which will be held here (Wotton United Church Hall) at 7.30pm on Monday 30 April. The business meeting gives us all a chance to hear what the churches have been doing together over the past year, and will seek to elect officers for the Forum for the next 12 months, after which we will join together in a Bring and Share meal
Wednesday 25 April
Thursday 26 April
Table Tennis In The Hall
Sunday 29 April
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