Sun 11 May 2014
Hello! If you are new or visiting, we hope you feel at home. If you require help, speak to a Steward in the foyer and take a green Hello Card. Please fill in a Contact Card if you would like to get involved or join a Network.
Today’s Services 10.30am Morning Worship Lead: Jon Swales Preach: Mark Powley 6.30pm
Evening Worship Lead: Joanna Seabourne Preach: Mark Powley
10.30am Wrangthorn Lead: Joanna Seabourne Preach: Joanna Seabourne
Sat 17 May, Middleton We will be walking a 10 mile route from Middleton, Ilkley with spectacular views of Ilkley moor. Please contact Lindsey Pallant for details.
We ask that our congregation refrain from giving money to people around church - if you would like to help the homeless in Leeds, please give vouchers (which can be bought from the office or Crypt) or donate directly to the Crypt.
This Week Mon 12 7pm
Tue 13 10am
Play & Pray
Wed 14 7pm
The Alpha Course
Thu 15 7.30am
Sun 18 10.30am Morning Worship 6.30pm Holy Communion
Prayer for the Crypt Please pray this week for the shops and the café, which are providing a good training opportunity for our clients and also a source of income for the work we do.
2.30pm, Sun 8 June, Temple Newsam If you live on the east side of Leeds (Rothwell, Thorner, Seacroft, Garforth, etc), you are invited to meet, share, encourage and reach out in this area. For more info, please contact Craig and Elizabeth Hawkhead.
0113 2328131 elizabeth.hawkhead@ btopenworld.com
At the meeting on Wednesday, Philip Sykes and David Kibble were elected as Churchwardens and Lindsey Pallant was elected as Deputy Churchwarden. Lorna Hebden was elected to the PCC. Ann McKenna, Caroline Gilfillan, Judith Jackson and Michelle Plant were elected to the Deanery Synod. Thank you to all those who are willing to serve on the Church Council.
In the interests of safety for children in church, the top level of the dais is out of bounds. This is due to equipment that could be dangerous if knocked over or misused.
Deadline for the notice sheet is 12 noon on Thursday
7.30pm, Sat 31 May, Centre Join us for a fun-packed evening of entertainment, prizes and auctions. All proceeds go to the Bethlehem Centre, Romania. Tickets available to purchase soon from Che or on the night for £5. Please get in touch with Emi if you have a talent you'd like to share, or Beth if you're able to help with set up.
On Sun 8 June there will be an opportunity for baptism or confirmation. If you are interested, speak to a member of clergy or fill in a Contact Card.
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Please feel free to browse our bookstall for some new reads. The books to accompany this term’s sermon series are now in stock.
We need help with supermarket collections for this worthy cause. Asda Killingbeck: Sat 17th May Tesco Seacroft: Thu-Sat 3-5 July Tesco Garforth: Thu-Sat 3-5 July If you could help for a couple of hours on any of these days or for more info please contact Stuart.
Fri 30 May - Sun 1 June A weekend of training for Christians to share the Good News with Muslims. All will receive videos revealing the identity of the messiah and guides to use. For full info please contact:
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Harrogate Ladies’ College are looking for an enthusiastic graduate to work as an Assistant Chaplain and Housemaster/ mistress, alongside the Chaplain. The role is flexible according to the applicants’ interests, with the aim of assisting young women in their journeys of faith. Salary 17-24k. Please contact the office for a full description.
7.30pm, Tue 20 May, South Parade Church, Headingley Big Bang, Big God: A Universe designed for Life. Hear Rev Dr Rodney Holder talking about his latest book.
29 May - 31 May, Leeds First Direct Arena Cherish is a gathering for women of all ages and backgrounds to come together, share in God’s presence and hear his voice; with lots of fun, laughter and praise. The cost is £70, please book on the website.
6pm, Sun 8 June, New Testament Church of God Easterly Road, LS8 2TN Join millions across the world to pray on Pentecost Sunday, focussing on the Ukraine, refugees and international students. All welcome.
Open access theology modules at St Thomas Crookes campus in Sheffield, each module includes over 20 hrs of teaching and is equivalent to a 20 credit first year degree module. £220 per module (bursaries available) including refreshments, marked essay and letter of recognition of work. Doctrine - Keith Jones 9.30am-1pm, Mon 12 May – 14 July Students will cover key themes in theology and doctrine, considering how the great debates and Christian theologians of history inspire and inform our thinking, with an opportunity to focus on a particular area of Christian thought. Worship - Mark Powley 2-4.45pm, Mondays 28 April – 7 July This module will combine insights from a range of speakers on the history, meaning and contemporary practice of Christian worship, considering the significance of prayer, singing, liturgy, spiritual gifts, baptism and the Lord’s Supper.
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