|@ Priory Street||@ Rudloe, Church on the Green|
|9:15am||Eddie Larkman||10am||Ben Fry|
|6pm||Gathered to pray|
Reckless Abandon is the true and inspiring story of ten missionaries who, in 1956 launched ‘Operation Auca’ to share God’s love with a previously unreached stone-age tribe. This moving and inspirational story for the stage is performed by the Christian Theatre Group ‘4Front-Theatre’ in partnership with Missionary Aviation Fellowship UK.It will be at CBC for one night only on Thursday 13th June at 7.30pm, cost £7. The son of one of our church members, Chris Drake, will be performing. Please keep this date free and tell your friends. Bookings can be made by visiting http://www.4front-theatre.com
Please note the ticket cost is not for CBC to make any money, but will go to pay the actors. Please speak to Tim Stephenson if you have any payment queries.
and Gill Bryant
– Steve and Gill are leading a mission event on Sunday 12th May 4:00
– 5:30pm. The event will include tea, coffee and cakes and a range of
activities including a quiz, pictures, talking about missions, and an
on what they are involved in.
Helpers needed please – If you are able to donate cakes for this event please bring them on Sunday 12th May , either in the morning or at 4:00pm. If you are able to help set up, serve drinks and wash up after the event, please see Wendy Rowe. A team of people would make the work load easier. Thank you.
AIM North Africa – Spain Conference
Please pray for Rhiannon, Claire and Natalie who have been running the children’s work at a three day conference. They have very long days. Please pray for strength and energy.
The youngest child is two so please pray for this child and how she copes with being away from her parents. Pray for the team, for safety and good health, good relationships with the children and the conference itself.
9:15 Congregational Meeting
Please note there will be a 9:15am congregational meeting on the
6th June date to be re-arranged. This will be held in the sanctuary at 8pm.
Please would 11:15er’s put Sunday 14th July after their service in the diary for a barbeque! Details to follow in due course!
9 JUNE 2019 – Request to pledge funds for improvements planned for 16 Arnolds Mead
As discussed at the recent church meeting, we have been aware for some time of the limitations 16 Arnolds Mead places on our youth ministry. The intention is to build a single-storey extension to the rear which will provide a reception space and to relocate the kitchen to the front, providing space for activities such as cooking and eating together. We intend to fund the works by using the money from the pledge day first and then the funds already set aside in the Designated Buildings Fund.
After the pledge day, and in light of final cost estimates, we will bring a final proposal to the July Church Meeting. If approved, we will communicate with donors giving details of when and how to fulfil the pledge, probably in September.
We request that you give prayerful consideration to this appeal. Once the work is completed, our capacity to deliver the gospel message through our Youth programme will be much improved. The Pledge Day will be on Sunday 9th June. Should you wish to pledge your financial support for this project, paper forms will be made available to be posted in a box at the back of church, and an online form will be placed on the church website, which will go directly to the Treasurer.
- 2nd June: Pledge forms included in notice sheets
- 9th June: Pledge day
- 16th June: Final deadline for pledge forms to be received
Any queries, please speak to Tim Stephenson (Operations’ Manager) or Roger Hammett (Church Treasurer)