This page is mainly for St Paul’s Church events.
Heath Social Club: Fridays 1:30-4pm
- 26 July: Games Afternoon
Confirmation Preparation: 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm on 23rd June and 21st July 2019 to be led by Matt. Bishop Karen Gorham, Bishop of Sherborne, will conduct a confirmation service at 6 pm on Saturday 5th October 2019 at St George’s, Oakdale.. To find out more about what confirmation means pick up a leaflet from the back of church. If you have any further question please talk to Matt. Please sign the sheet at the back of church if you are interested in attending the course.
Singers Wanted! If you have a pleasant voice, and a little determination, or maybe you are enjoying singing in a local community choir, please consider joining our team of Worship Singers. You could sing just once a month or every week if you wish. Contact Jim Green if you would like to help.
“What are the biggest needs in Israel and Palestine? Is peace and reconciliation possible, and if so how? Which side should we be on?”
Come and hear Dr Tanas Al Qassis share his own personal story and address the above and other questions on Sunday 21st July at St Luke’s Church Wellington Road Parkstone BH14 9LF. Tea and cake from 3.30. Presentation and Questions 4.00 – 5.30pm. All are welcome.
Day Trip to Winchester Tuesday 23 July. Leaving St Paul’s Church at 9:50 am and returning at 5 pm. Cost £12 including a cream tea (£9 for Lunch Club Members). For more information please see the poster on the notice board in the foyer. Please let Vic know if you would like to go on this trip.
Save the date … Big Summer Sing, Thursday 25 July, 7 – 8.30 pm at St Paul’s Church. Come and join us singing a selection of favourite hymns and bible readings chosen by the congregation.
Sponsored Bike Ride. The Dorset Historic Churches Trust Bike Ride will take place on Saturday 14 September. Riders visit as many churches, in their area, as they want and sponsor money raised will go towards the Dorset Historic Churches Trust (information about this trust can be found on www.dhct.org.uk or from the leaflet on the notice board in the foyer). If you would like to find out more about this event please pick up an information pack, which includes a sponsor form, from the church office.
Talk by Don Carson, professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Illinois, on Finding (choosing?) Your Identity. The talk will be held at Moorlands College, Christchurch Campus, Sopley BH23 7AT, Saturday 19 October, 10am-4pm. Cost £10 (includes a provided lunch). Please book by contacting Moorlands College 01425 674500.
Venusians Meeting Aug 7th. A presentation about Canford Heath by a Heath warden. There will also be a raffle and refreshments. Starting at 7.30pm, all ladies welcome, cost of £2.
Would you like to be part of St Paul’s Pantomime? We are looking for cast members, dancers and scenery construction helpers for our production of ‘Goldilocks’ . If you would like to be a member of the cast or help with scenery construction please talk to Vic Martin, if you would like to be a dancer (children only) please see Ann Ridgway.
Used stamps. Please save your used stamps for the Bone Cancer Charity. Please cut round the stamps, leaving a 1cm border and place the stamps in the box provided on the notice board by the kitchen. Thank you.
The Fundraising Coffee Morning was a great success for our Sound Improvement Project. We have so far raised over £2,000 toward our target of £7,300. Further events will be held at St Paul’s. The two CDs (Red and Blue covers) can be ordered from Jim.
Make sure you get your copy of CD 2:
GIVING: information below about three Christian based charities:
‘Poole Food Bank is a local independent Christian charity, passionate about helping people not only get out of crisis or isolation, but “journeying” with them until they thrive. We love to find practical solutions around Food, Finance, Home or People. And we work with lots of partners – Councils, other charities, and especially local churches. We want people to be able to stand up and say “I can do this now!”’ Donations of non-perishable food can be left in the box at the back of church. The greatest needs at the moment are: Tinned fish & meat, cereals and tea. Tin openers (simple butterfly ones) are also needed.
‘Acts 435 is a revolutionary website that allows people to give money directly to others. 100% of what is donated via Acts 435 goes directly to those in need. If you Gift Aid your donation, it helps towards the running costs of the charity’. Visit the website acts435.org.uk/give and see what is
needed in our area. Janet Green is the ACTS 435 advocate for St Paul’s Church.
Christian Aid ‘Poverty is an outrage against humanity. It robs people of their dignity and lets injustice thrive. But together we have the power to transform lives. For over 70 years, we’ve been standing with the poorest of our neighbours. We work in 37 countries, with people of all faiths and none, to stand up for dignity, equality and justice. Together we can create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. Our voices and actions are stronger together. And with your help, we can make an even bigger difference ‘ To find out more visit christianaid.org.uk
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