Welcome to Hurstwood Church. Seeking first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness Matt 6:33. HURSTWOOD CHURCH NOTICES. WC Sunday 20 th September 2009. A warm welcome to everyone.
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Seeking first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness
WC Sunday 20th September 2009.
A warm welcome to everyone.
This is the online version of the notices displayed at the front of church on a Sunday morning at the beginning of the Sunday service this week. – therefore some notices may not be relevant to online viewers.
Don’t forget that details of all our services and activities can be found
on the Church website at www.hurstwoodchurch.org.uk.
Please note that the monthly diary for October is now available. Please take a copy from the table in the tea room. The diary lists the dates and times of all our services and activities for the month.
A copy of the current monthly diary is also on our website : www.hurstwoodchurch.org.uk
Please note that an EGM will be held at 1:00pm on
Sunday 20th September and Sunday 27th September
for those in Church membership.
Will all members endeavour to attend the EGM on
one of the above dates.
Please note that next Sunday (27th September)
will be our Harvest service and part of the
morning’s collection will be donated to the Barnabas
For more information about the charity
please see Mary Cliff or feel free to read the
literature available on the table in the tea room.
Please try your best to attend the Rob Whittaker
Bible Study series on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
week in October and 1st week in November –
Tuesday nights at 7:30pm.
Rob’s study will focus on “Moving the Church from
average to awesome” and will potentially have
significant impact on our Church at Hurstwood.
Don’t miss it !
Please register your name on the list on the back
of the tea room door if you wish to attend the
Arts & Crafts day led by Heath Stockburn on
Saturday 31st October 11:00am – 3:00pm.
Refreshments will be available.
Entry is free, but a donation bowl will be made
Please see Heath for further details.
Names need to be submitted by 18th October.
Please register your name on the form on the back
of the tea room door if you wish to attend the over
50s meal on 2nd October. Please see Mary Cliff if you
are willing to help.
Helen Shapiro Event.
Please note that Helen Shapiro will be appearing
at Sion Baptist Church in Burnley on 17th October.
Tickets are £5 each and can be purchased from
The Church Christmas party will be held on
Friday 4th December at 7:30pm in the Dr. Iven
Suite at Burnley Football Club.
Cost of tickets is:
Adults - £13.00
11 – 16 yrs and OAPs - £6.00
Infants and Juniors - £3.00
Pre-school – Free of charge.
Please buy your tickets from Sue Bentley before
Please register your name on the form, on the notice board in the tea room, if you would like to
help with the Samaritan Purse project. Please see
Sue Grimshaw if you need further details.
Olive Grove Project.
Please pass clothes for the Olive Grove Project to
Sue Bentley by 1st November. Winter clothes only
Financial contributions towards cost of shipping will
be gratefully received.
Please note that the rota for beginning of October
to the end of December was handed out on
Sunday 13th September. Please see Sue Bentley
if you are involved in any of the duties listed below
and did not receive a copy:
Street Pastors is a new initiative which has been introduced to the UK and which has seen the British police force turn to the Church for help in tackling social problems encountered in many towns and cities.
The Burnley police force have requested a Street Pastors team to be established in the town.
Please see Eddie Cliff for further details, or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
Congratulations to Kike & Damola Moronkeji
on the safe arrival of Imisioluwa Isabelle who
was born on 29th August at 6:30am weighing
Imisioluwa means breath of God in Nigerian.
Please pray for Kike, Damola and Imisi (which will
be used as an abbreviation) as they start their new
Congratulations to Lesley & Mick on the safe arrival of Fiona Chelsea who was born on 2nd September at 12:20am weighing 6 pounds.
Please pray for Lesley, Mick and Fiona as they start their new journey together.
If you are the last person to leave the building please ensure that
the boiler has been switched off, the heating has been turned down,
that ALL external doors are bolted or locked (whether you have used
them or not) and that all lights are turned off.
Health and Safety Notice.
Please would everyone ensure that the children’s toys, that are
in the tearoom, are removed once Sunday School has finished
(i.e. dolls prams, bricks on wheels etc. that are at risk of being
ran into the back of people ).
Please note that no cars should be parked in front
of the Farmer’s gate, or on the bridge leading to the
Car parking spaces in front of the Church should be
reserved for the elderly or those with walking