Our first Quiet Space reflection for 2019 will be on Tuesday January 22nd at 7.30pm in church. We will be basing our reflections around the need to see ourselves, our life experiences and our relationship with God through new eyes. The title of the first reflection will be ‘healing our disappointments’. As always there will be some input from the front with plenty of time for silence and quiet music. If you have never attended Quiet Space before why not give it a try at the beginning of a new year? All are welcome.
A service will take place on Sunday 20th January, 3.00pm, at Hazel Grove
Baptist Church, Station Street. This is an informal service that all
congregations can follow, with hymns, prayers and a speaker. Do join us if
you can and stay for light refreshments.
2nd February from 7.00pm to 10.00pm in the Legh Room at church.
Dance the night away with the excellent Maggotty Band.
Tickets £10 (including hot-pot supper) available at church throughout January.
We’re running a new version on the Alpha Course from January, with new films and content. A great introduction to the Christian faith – stimulating and entertaining. Each session includes a meal, film and discussion. Wednesday evenings starting 9th January, at 7.30, in the Legh Room at church. No charge for course, but donation welcome towards food. Sign-up sheet in the narthex. More information available here. All welcome!
You’re probably aware of the problems currently being experienced by Traidcraft plc. As a result of the need for the trading company to significantly downsize there are serious implications for Traidcraft Exchange, the development charity. Consequently there is an urgent appeal for funds for Traidcraft Exchange to help producers find alternative markets and this is detailed in the poster on the Traidcraft board in the Legh Room. Do please read the poster and respond if you possibly can.
See our Christmas 2018 services
Norbury Bereavement Support Group meets on Thursday 20th December at the usual time, 2-3.30pm (but don’t worry if you can only stay a short while). Home-made mincemeat pies will be on the menu alongside conversation,
reflection and poetry. All very welcome.
This year’s recommended Advent Book “The Prince of Peace in a World of Wars” is available from the bookstall (£8.99). A short Bible reading, reflection and thought for each day of Advent (starting 2nd Dec). To be followed later by the shorter “Follow the Star”, from Christmas to Epiphany (£1.25). Make the most of your Advent!
Annual carol singing at Sainsbury’s on Tuesday 11th December, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Always a good occasion, all welcome to come and sing to get the shoppers in the mood for Christmas
Leaving the Fiveways at 6pm, and finishing there at 8pm. Refreshment stop half-way, and at the end! All very welcome to join us, for some or all – the more the merrier. Bring a torch! No 6.30 service at church that evening.