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Oberammergau Passion Play 2020

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Oberammergau





Wednesdays 9.30 – 11am
  In St. George’s Hall.


Events and News

Mondays  12.15 – 1.30pm
Everyone is welcome to come to this

new 6 week course, at 11 Marley Road. Please bring your lunch with you.
  For more details, please contact Christine Buckley, Krys Turner

or Margaret Goode.


(Dementia Support)

Praise the Lord for a great start.
Next session
 Tuesday 17th October, 2:15-4:15pm
in St George's Hall.
 Please encourage any you know suffering with dementia to come along with their carer.


100 x 10

Richard Gabb’s 2018  St. George’s calendar featuring “Birds of the Parish” is now available from the office.    He is hoping

to sell 100 copies at £10 each in aid of

the Friends of St. George’s.  There is a

copy on the hall noticeboard for people

to have a look at.

 


The Mayor’s Afternoon Tea
fundraising for St. George’s Living Well.

Sunday 15th October 1 – 4pm
at the Poynton Royal British Legion.

Tickets £5 – available from
Helen Bradley in the church hall, between the 2 services, or during the week from Mates or the British Legion.


Harvest Appeals

St. Martin’s Appeal for £5000 towards hearing loops, a defibrillator and  

resurfacing the car park with tarmac.


St. George’s Appeal for £15,000 towards

3 new screens, 2 cameras, and complex software to complete our Phase 2 AV

set-up.


Appeals open from Harvest to Christmas.  


Bring & Share Lunches

Sunday 15th October – our regular one on the 3rd Sunday of the month

12.30 after morning services

We have Alpha Courses for the Autumn


  Francis is running the New Alpha with

Nicky Gumbel’s shortened talks in a

Chaplaincy Alpha

on Sundays at 9:30 am

in the church hall (upper room).

  Christine and John are running the Alpha Express course, with the Bear Grylls
film input,

on Sundays at 7.30pm.



The Friends of St. George’s

Hot Pot Supper

Saturday 28th October 7pm

Speaker Jacqueline Hyman
(Textile conservator, who repaired the 1916 crocheted panel of the church).

Tickets £12 available from
church office.
Everyone welcome.


Men’s events

Avro Museum Trip

We are visiting Avro Museum at Woodford on  at 10am Sat 21 Oct meeting there (SK7 1AG).

Cost: £8, (concessions £6 person)

Vulcan and DC10 Cockpit: extra £1 each but limited access Sign up sheet at back of church or contact, Matt, Rhys, Andy.


The Treat

Tuesday 31st October 5.30 – 7pm

Volunteers needed to help with The Treat – our alternative to Halloween, with games and activities for primary school children.  Please speak to Beth for more information or if you can help.


From this month’s Grapevine

A letter from Francis Cooke





Grapevine, our parish magazine.

Copies available (50p) at the back of church or why not have it delivered every month?

See Susan Warrington or contact the church office.

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Harvest Giving

This year the Wellspring have requested:

Tins  (meat, soup, potatoes, fruit (not prunes or grapefruit), rice pudding), sugar, coffee and  toiletries (roll on deodorants, not aerosols).
 They do NOT need tins of beans (any varieties), tomatoes, sweetcorn, salmon, tea or pasta.

 

We will also be repeating our

Wellspring Rucksack Challenge

Click here for more details

Carol Services

Anyone wishing to join the church choir for this year's carol services would be very welcome. Rehearsals for the Christmas music start on

Thursday 19th October at 7.30pm

in church, entrance to which is via the vestry door round the back. For further information please ring Catherine Silman or just turn up on 19th October.

Wood & Volunteers Needed!

Sunday 5th November

 If you have wood (sorry no mdf, plywood or green garden waste) or can volunteer to assist the event then could you contact
Steve Kennon 07929455432 or

lordbuchan@gmail.com.  Thank you.


Bonfire Party Tickets

Advance tickets: Adult £2.50,
 Child £1.50  Family £8
Tickets on the door: Adults £3, Child £2


St. Martin’s  Retired Lunch
“Harvest Hot Pot”

Thursday 19th October  
(Admission by ticket only)
Most of the tickets have gone, but a few are available from the church office,

price £3


National Day of Prayer about Abortion

A National Day of Prayer about abortion is held each year on 27th October which,

this year, marks the 50th anniversary of

the passing of the Abortion Act.  

If you would like to pray on that day on issues concerning abortion then prayer resources are available from http://www.imagenet.org.uk/prayerguide.html

Home group Studies

Two more Creed studies are now

available at the back of church.


Remembrance Sunday

12th November

Let’s give a good St. George’s welcome

to our mayor, the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire, servicemen and women, and

many members of our local community.

Services start at 10am in church and hall.  (and St. Martin’s, if you want a quieter morning).



The Wellspring

There is a shelf at the back of St. George’s Church for any donations for Wellspring.  These will be delivered by us on a regular basis.


Teaching Xtra

Sunday 22nd October at 6.30pm
Rob is doing a teaching Xtra on the doctrine of the Trinity, to go alongside

our series.


Quiet Services

Northumbrian Quiet Service

October 15th at 6.30pm

 All are welcome to join us in church for a time of peaceful reflection.


Advent Quiet Morning on  2nd December.