Did you know that individual prayer is available after each Sunday morning service?
Just make your way to the seating area in the foyer where a member of the Prayer Team will be waiting to pray with you.
Additionally, Churches Together Prayer Meetings at Nations at 8pm each Monday evening are open to everyone.
Street meals – help needed
Would you like to join some volunteers preparing and/or serving food and drinks to the homeless in town?
Street Meals are a group of volunteers who bring food for the homeless twice a week. At the moment, and because of the increase in numbers, we need a few more people to help. You wouldn’t have to commit to every week and you don’t have to prepare the meals or drinks every time. It is a fantastic way of serving those who need it the most and to show them God’s love through it (and be blessed by them as well), so please speak to Marìa, Mark, Arleen, John or June if you would like to come and have a look at what we do or would like to know more details.
Job Opportunities at King’s Park Conference and Sports Centre
They are looking to recruit five new part time House Team Members at King’s Park Conference Centre to join their busy House Team. This is a great opportunity to join a well established and hard working team in serving the many and varied groups using the Centre.
In addition to these new positions they are also still recruiting for:
- General Manager for King’s Park Conference Centre
- Chef at King’s Park Conference Centre
- Duty Manager at King’s Park Sports
They also have an open requirement for Casual Dining Room Servers which is especially suited to those looking for weekend or evening work.
For full job descriptions and application packs contact HR phone 01604 499699 / email@example.com
The Daylight Centre
The Daylight Centre are recruiting for the new post of Centre Operations Leader in Wellingborough. Applications are subject to an enhanced DBS. Plus two satisfactory references.
Hours: 20 hrs per week – Monday to Friday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Salary: £9,947 per Annum (actual)
Closing date for application: 5 pm Friday 28 June 2019
Interviews 9 July 2019
For an application pack contact Lyn Mole
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01933 664437
Dates for your diary
Saturday 22 June
Richard Beadon Lecture 2019
Motivating the million
Equipping and releasing people for evangelism and discipleship in the whole of their lives. Given by Revd Canon Dave Male, Director of Evangelism and Discipleship, Archbishop’s Council and hosted by Bishop John Holbrook.
|Date:||Saturday 22 June 2019|
|Location:||Gleneagles Anglican Church, Redwell Junior School Hall, Barnwell Road, NN8 5LQ|
|Entry details:||Free – Refreshments will be available|
Saturday 29 June
Christian Aid Coffee Morning at the Cracknells, from 10 am to 12.30 pm
Sunday 30 June
Gleneagles Youth Walk
If you are aged from Y6 to Y13, we would like we would like to invite you to our summer youth walk on Sunday 30 June.
We plan to leave at 9 am (from 56 Hatton Park Road) and travel to ‘The Roaches’ near Leek, a rocky ridge, part of the Peak District. From there, we will walk/scramble to the top, have a picnic lunch and walk. Inspired by the landscape, somewhere along the way, we will also do an activity or two to reflect of how amazing God’s creation is.
The return (back to 56 Hatton Park Road) will be dependent on traffic etc, but we anticipate it will be early to mid evening (on the same day!).
If you want to come along, please let me or Mike Odendaal know by 9 June so we can arrange transport. Click here for a copy of the permission form that we will need to have completed on or ideally before the day.
The young people will need:
- Suitable walking footwear
- Packed lunch and drink
- Suitable clothes for the weather (including hat and waterproof)
- Sunscreen and any medication they would normally need during the day
- A sense of adventure (and humour if we get lost!)
There will be several youth leaders going along too.
Mark Middleton (07824 126077)
Saturday 13 July
Using PowerPoint in Worship
Saturday 13 July from 10 am to 12 noon
The Diocesan Training Department has organised a free training morning at St Peter’s Church, Irthlingborough NN9 5WB. It will be led by Mark Lane, a Reader from the Daventry Ministry Team who has extensive IT working experience. To book into the event please follow the link: Bookings@peterborough-diocese.org.uk
Sunday 14 July
Lisa Holland’s Ordination as Priest in Peterborough Cathedral – 10.40 for 11 am, followed by a picnic. If you can’t be there please remember Lisa in your prayers.
Saturday 20 July
The Society of Friends (often called The Quakers)
Invite you to our Open Day to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the building of the present Wellingborough Meeting House at 27 St. John’s Street, Wellingborough NN8 4LG on Saturday 20 July 2019 from 10 am to 4 pm
- stroll around the building
- enjoy the peace of the Worship Room
- check out the Library and the Exhibition display boards
- share refreshments in the garden (or Worship Room if wet)
- enjoy a quiz trail
- enjoy music being played from time to time by local musicians.
Dates for the coming week
Saturday 15 June
8 am Prayer Together at the Gledhills
11 am Litter Pick and Prayer Walk – meet at the Ock ‘n Dough
Sunday 16 June
9.45 am Prayer before the service
10.30 am Morning Service and Baptism of Hannah Bello – Jeremiah (4) False religion, gods and idols – Jeremiah Chapters 7-10
6.30 pm Sunday Youth Group at the Benoys
7.15 pm Prayer Together at The Vicarage
Monday 17 June
10.30 am Monday Ladies’ Group at Judy’s
7.30 pm Home Group at the Cracknells
Tuesday 18 June
11 am Prayer for the building and building church life – at 123 Vicarage Farm Road
Wednesday 19 June
9 am Wednesday Ladies’ Group at June’s
Thursday 20 June
1.30 pm Wellitots at Gleneagles Social Club
6-7.30 pm Ignite Club. James and Games. A fortnightly club where you can hang out, play games, watch films, visit the tuck shop and do crafts
Friday 21 June
8 pm Men’s 5-a-side Football at Redwell Leisure Centre
Saturday 22 June
2 pm Motivating the Million – The Richard Beadon Lecture at Redwell Junior School (see above)
2.30 pm Friendship Group at Gleneagles Social Club
Don’t forget your Feedback, Suggestions and Prayer Needs
There’s a box in church where you can post your feedback, or suggestion or prayer request.