Notices For The Coming Two Weeks

 

 

Building Project -Volunteers Needed

I’m looking for a small group of Volunteers (4-6) to help me research Trust Funds.
Both Jimmy James, our Fundraiser, and I will be identifying a number of possible Trust Funds.  Following on from that we will need to make contact with the Trust Fund Secretary and/or Administrator to check how eligible our project would be, any deadlines, what kind of application process the Trust has (online or paper), will they want to see audited accounts etc etc.  Jimmy will be offering a training session and will give some tips on how to make the best of any contacts.

This is not asking for funds – it is getting an idea of the material Jimmy and I will need to submit an application.
Skills – confident on telephone and computer, have access to a phone and email
Availability – daytime office hours
I’m happy to chat this through and look forward working together.  Thanks.

Chris – Building Project Manager – 01933 677783 or 07938 549897

Please note that Melvyn will be away from Monday 19 February to Friday 2 March inc.  During this time please contact Rev Ali Middleton on 07891 608612 <rev.ali.j.middleton@gmail.com> or a Churchwardens – Chris Gledhill on 01933 677783 or 07938 549897 <thegledhillfamily@uwclub.net> or Elizabeth Holbrook on 07904 260837 <eaholbrook@ymail.com>

Dates for the coming two weeks…

Saturday 17 February
8.00 am              Prayer Together at the Spriggs’, 22 Crawley Avenue
Sunday 18 February
9.30 am         Prayer before the service
10.30 am       Morning Service – Stewardship Sunday
7.15 pm         Prayer Together at 20 Ribble Close
Monday 19 February
10.30 am       Monday Ladies’ Group at Claire Dulson’s, 41 Norlinton Close,
Orlingbury NN14 1FD
7.30 pm        Home Group at the Cracknells, 3 White Delves
Tuesday 20 February
11 am            Prayer for the Building at the Spriggs’, 22 Crawley Avenue
7.30-8.30 pm  Mutual Support Group.  A cuppa and conversation for people who have experienced loss or bereavement.  In the upstairs room at Gleneagles Social Club, Grafton Close.
Wednesday 21 February
9.00 am              Wednesday Ladies Group at June’s, 20 Ribble Close
7.30 pm         Young Adults’ Home Group at the Willis home, 16 Ashby Close
7.30 pm          Home Group at the Bakers’, 12 Hill Top Road,
Little Harrowden, NN9 5BP
Thursday 22 February
1.30 pm         Wellitots at Gleneagles Social Club
Friday 23 February
8.00 pm              Men’s 5-a-side Football at Redwell Leisure Centre
Saturday 24 February
9.30 am – 4 pm   Bishop’s Bible Day at Peterborough Cathedral (see below)
2.30 pm         Friendship Group Ten Pin Bowling.  Details from Valerie Brown on 01604 811616
Sunday 25 February
9.30 am         Prayer before the service
10.30 am       Morning Service – Reaching our communities
6 pm              Sunday Group for Allcomers at the Rowells, 28 Abbots Way
6-7.30 pm      Ignite at Redwell School
6.30 pm         Sunday Youth Group at the Benoys, 56 Hatton Park Road
Monday 26 February
10.30 am       Monday Ladies’ Group at Mary’s, 22 Crawley Avenue
Tuesday 27 February
11.00 am            Prayer for the Building at the Spriggs’, 22 Crawley Avenue
Men’s Event
Wednesday 28 February
7.30 pm         Young Adults’ Home Group at the Willis home, 16 Ashby Close
Thursday 1 March
1.30 pm         Wellitots at Gleneagles Social Club
Friday 2 March
8.00 pm              Men’s 5-a-side Football at Redwell Leisure Centre
Saturday 3 March
9.30 am – 4 pm   Bishop’s Bible Day at Northampton High School, Hardingstone, NN4 6UU (see below)

Bishop’s Bible Day: Theme: ‘Saint Paul for Today’.  This year, the Bishop’s Bible Day is running twice: from 9.30 am – 4 pm on Saturday 24 February at Peterborough Cathedral and on Saturday 3 March at Northampton High School, Hardingstone, NN4 6UU.  A day of studying the Bible with Bishop Donald.  Open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Bible. This event is free (donations welcome).  There will be two addresses from Bishop Donald, a variety of workshops, worship and fellowship.  Just bring a Bible and a packed lunch.  Do encourage others to come with you.  We look forward to seeing you there, for another great diocesan day together.
To book email:  Bookings@peterborough-diocese.org.ukComing Up
Friday 16 March – Hope into Action Conference – Please see details below from Paul McSharry.  If you’d like further info about the event please have a word with Paul (his email is pmcsharry@kilbornconsulting.co.uk)


We want your Feedback, Suggestions and Prayer Needs
Look out for the box in church where you can post your feedback, or suggestion or prayer request.

Don’t forget the church website at http://www.gleneaglesanglicanchurch.co.uk  
It is updated twice a week (sometimes more often) with the latest news about our church, its events and activities.
If in doubt, check it out.  Not sure at all, give it a call…
Hope into Action Conference:
Enabling churches to house the homeless and refugees
We’ve now got an exciting new seminar on ‘What’s it like to be a refugee?’
Friday 16 March 2017We would like to invite you to join us for our fourth annual conference –
for a day of informative talks, interactive seminars, networking, inspirational testimonies and tenant awards.
We will be looking at many aspects of churches housing the homeless and refugees.

Speakers:
Dr Elaine Storkey – International speaker and author, former President of Tearfund and famous broadcaster and lecturer.  She will not only be key note speaker but also running a seminar
Martin Charlesworth – Jubilee+ team leader and author of 2 acclaimed books: ‘A church for the poor’ and ‘The Myth of the undeserving Poor’.
Emma Crick & Untold – She and ladies from Hull will be sharing their experiences of life and street prostitution
Julie Innes – International Speaker. She will be sharing her story of recovery and subsequent work with other men and women in recovery from addiction.
Gavin Howard – Businessman and renowned speaker also passionate about social investing. He will be sharing his thoughts on ‘sharing your wealth with the poor.’
Elaine Wainaina – The majority of homeless will have experienced trauma. Elaine is an expert trauma counsellor, passionate about training people in how to relate to, befriend and listen to those with trauma.

Venue: Salvation Army Church, 1203 Bourges Blvd, Peterborough PE1 2AU
Date: 16 March 2018 from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm.
Pricing: £30 here          All church leaders free.

Light refreshments will be served throughout the day as well as a buffet lunch. If you have any question or dietary requirement, please contact Carole on info@hopeintoaction.org.uk
More information on our website
We are looking forward to seeing as many of you there as possible!

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