|Posted by trinityromford on February 11, 2017 at 9:55 AM|
PRAYER Gracious and ever loving God, may we feel your presence in the service this morning. Strengthen and guide us, that we may face the coming week with confidence. AMEN
10-30am Mrs Penny Masters assisted by the members of SPRYNG
6-30pm Revd David Jebb – Healing service
With sadness we report the sudden death of Phyllis Daniels on Friday. Please remember her husband Stanley, Debbie her daughter, and their family in your prayers.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GIFTS
Sunday 5th February Collection £287-75
CONNEXION magazine No 7 Winter/Spring 2017 is now available.
If you have a car, you may like to take a Methodist logo sticker to display in your car.
Doug Girdwood asks those who have collection boxes for Action for Children to please bring them to Trinity for opening. Leave with a Steward if Doug is not present. Thank You.
PLEASE PRAY FOR all those who are sick, or cannot be with us today because they are housebound. We remember especially , Barbara Lancaster, Brenda Jones, Irene Root, Lorraine and Chuck Lines, David and Valerie Knights, Stan Lucas, Margaret Gardner now back in hospital, Pam and Jim Hadley, Vi Alvidere, Doris Spooner, Brian Robertson, and Kathleen Hilton. Doug Girdwood is now back at home with Stella.
THROUGH THE WEEK
Monday 13th 1-00 to 3-00pm Parents and Toddlers
7-30pm Trinity Ladies Night – talk by Ms Kate Poole on “Reputed Friends – the extraordinary Quakers of London in Essex
Wednesday 15th February 10-00am Trinity Coffee Shop
10-15am Bible Study & Prayer Fellowship
11-30am Minister’s Vestry Hour for anyone who wishes to speak to him
Sunday 19th 10-30am Revd David Jebb
Saturday 25th 7-00 sharp Family Quiz Night at Collier Row Methodist, Clockhouse Lane. Tickets Adults £5 Children £2, Family (2 A +3C)£12 Take own nibbles Rob Brett 01708 720054 to reserve.
Sunday 26th 10-30am Service led by Worship Leader Jenet Jebb
4-30pm Circuit Mission service at Havering Road Methodist church. Refreshments
Wednesday 1st March 7-45pm Circuit Ash Wednesday service at Harold Wood.