|Posted by trinityromford on September 27, 2011 at 4:25 AM|
WEDNESDAY PRAYER FELLOWSHIP
Each Wednesday, from 10-15 to 11-15am, there is the Prayer and Bible Study Fellowship in the Worship area of the church. Also, in future on the second Wednesday of each month, there will be Holy Communion.
Those who have been attending these meetings will tell you that they are really useful rewarding times when we can go deeper into God's Word, share it with each other, and pray together.
From September we will be looking at "The Bible book by book". (Yes, from Genesis to Revelation) and "Exploring the fascinating life of Jesus" on alternative Wednesdays plus Holy Communion on the second Wednesdays.
If you haven't been before, Why not give it a try!
From Jim Hadley.
JOB VACANCY (with salary)
Your Circuit needs You!
AS CIRCUIT ADMINISTRATOR supporting the work of the Circuit.
If you have worked in an office, have computer skills,
would like a flexible 20 hours a week job,
get on well with people, this could be for you!
For a person specification and Job Description please contact any of the Circuit Stewards.
Stella Holland 01708 723670 Joan Pugsley 01708 445595 Pam Coles 01708 348325
New Methodist President and Vice-President
At the Methodist Conference held between 30th June and 7th July at Southport, Rev. Leo Osborn was confirmed as the President of Conference for 2011 to 2012. He was born in Birmingham in 1952 and worked as a nursing orderly in Norfolk before offering for the Ministry. Leo trained at Wesley College, Bristol and has served in Ripley, Bury, Bramhall, North Shields and Whitley Bay circuits over 25 years. He has been chair of the Newcastle upon Tyne District of the Methodist church for the last ten years. Leo met his wife Charlotte in Norfolk and married in 1977. Charlotte is a full-time lay chaplain at Newcastle International Airport, a worship leader, cell group coordinator and is training as a spiritual director.
At the same time, Ruth Pickles was confirmed as Vice-President. Ruth was born into a Methodist family and nurtured by a flourishing youth fellowship and Sheffield University Meth Soc. A year's VSO in Uganda began her love of East Africa, since continued in Kenya. Ruth has worked as a science teacher, residential houseparent, and manager of an alcohol advisory service whilst her paid work within the Methodist Church has been as a lay pastoral assistant and latterly a training and development officer. Ruth co-led a thriving youth fellowship for 20 years and is a Methodist Local preacher. Ruth is married to David and has three married children and seven grandchildren.
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