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SUNDAY 16th SEPTEMBER 2018

Covenant services at 9.30 & 11.00am

“No one who denies the Son has the Father; whoever acknowledges the Son has the Father also. As for you, see that what you have heard from the beginning remains in you.” – 1 John 2:23-24a (NIVUK)

9.30am – Traditional Service with Holy Communion
Preacher: Rev Dr David Perry
Bible readings: 1 John 2, Mark 8:27-29

10.30am – Tea, Coffee, Cake

11.00am – Contemporary Service with Children’s Groups & Holy Communion
Preacher: Rev Dr David Perry
Bible readings: 1 John 2, Mark 8:27-29

8.00pm – ‘Sunday @ 8’
Our fortnightly time of worship and sharing. 
John 10:1-10 – ‘Living life to the full’
Guest speaker: Rosie Brabbs (from The Bus Stop)

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The Bus Stop

Any one interested in helping out with the Bus when it starts coming to Burniston, please contact Kath Sartain to find out what is required. All help is welcome and all ages are encouraged. You will need to have your DBS for young people’s work so this needs to be applied for through the church. Scripture union / the Bus Stop is available to put on a training session for us, if we require it. Also there will be a commissioning service for the Coast Bus Stop in October – details will be shared nearer the time.

Church ‘Big Summer Clean’

Hoping that more people will be able to help this year, the annual Church ‘Big Clean’ will take place over various sessions through August.

  • Thursday 16th August, 1.30 to 4.30pm
  • Monday 20th August, 1.30 to 4.30pm
  • Friday 31st August, 9am-12noon (if needed)

Please note the dates and come and help if/when you can. Drinks and snacks will be provided!
Thanks, Ken (Property Steward)

Fundraising Car Wash

Thursday 16th August, 10.00am-12noon
During Coffee Stop the young people will be running a car wash to raise money for their Scoughall Challenge trip to Scotland. So, bring your car, eat some cake & support a good cause!

Prayer Fayre drop-in @ Burniston

Saturday 18th August, 2pm until 4.30-ish
Part of “HolyHabits”. See poster for details.
Prayer stations aim to be multi-sensory.
All are welcome, including children accompanied by an adult. Any further offers of baking, help serving refreshments, setting up or clearing up and welcoming for this event will be greatly appreciated.