Brampton Methodist - North Cumbria Circuit
Last updated at 17:40, Wednesday, 19 November 2014
10.30am & 6.30pm
Rev. Andrew Longshaw
Tel: 016977 2452
Find Brampton Methodist Church:
Main Street, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 1RS
Corby Hill and Warwick Bridge
*Times shown may vary if special Services, see Church Noticeboard for more details.
9.30am WELLSPRING LADIES meeting
All Ladies very welcome, feel free to come and have a ‘look’ at us. We are a mixed group of ages, backgrounds and denominations who want two things, deeper friendships and an authentic experience of Jesus in every day life. For details phone Jane on Brampton 2321.
9.30—11.30 am CHARITY COFFEE SHOP
in the Methodist Church Hall, Brampton
10.00—10.30 am PRAYER SERVICE
in the Methodist Church, Brampton
3.30—5.00 pm C4 CHILDRENS CHRISTIAN CRAFT CLUB
for children aged 7 - 11 years. in the Brampton Methodist Church Hall.
7.30pm PRAISE GROUP
practice in the Methodist Church, Brampton
10.30am—12.00 noon GILSLAND COFFEE BREAK
in the Gilsland Chapel Meeting Room. All are welcome
- COFFEE MORNING
Friday 28th November 9.30 am.—11.00 am.
COFFEE MORNING in the Moot Hall. In aid of Brampton Church funds. Cakes, Raffle, Tombola and more.
This is an important part of our Church fund raising activities, so do please support it.
- THE REAL ADVENT CALENDAR now available from Linda at £3.99.
Also Traidcraft Christmas cards. You can order these from Linda (Br.3502) There are Traidcraft catalogues in the Foyer.
- MAKE TESCO & ASDA BANANAS FAIRTRADE - ACT NOW
CLICK HERE bananas.fairtrade.org.uk/
We need you to call on Asda and Tesco to protect the poorest farmers and workers from the UK’s banana price wars by going Fairtrade. Over the past 10 years, the price supermarkets charge for our loose bananas has halved, whilst the cost of producing them has doubled, leaving many banana farmers and workers caught below the poverty line and facing tough everyday decisions that no-one should have to make – like the choice between feeding their families, paying for medicine or sending their children to school.
Asda and Tesco are two of the biggest bananas sellers in the UK and major players in these price wars.
Send a message now and ask them to give assurance that their pricing strategies aren’t damaging farmers and workers by turning their bananas Fairtrade.
Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and The Co-operative have already acted to give their customers confidence– 100% of their bananas are Fairtrade certified. Yet Asda and Tesco still lag a long way behind. Less than 10% of their bananas carry the FAIRTRADE Mark – the best independent assurance that those who produced them were protected from the pressure of low prices.
We need to know that farmers and workers aren't paying the price for our cheap bananas.
Asda and Tesco are negotiating their banana contracts right now so it’s important to act quickly.
Send your message now.
Thank you, Jonathan Smith
Head of Campaigns, Fairtrade Foundation
The charity chosen we are supporting for this year is: Mary's meals.
MORE INFO CLICK HERE www.marysmeals.org
They feed school children a meal a day, but only if they go to school. Nearly 1 million upto press are receiving meals and schooling. Food is sourced locally and volunteers make them, so keeping costs low. £12.20 feeds a child for a year.
- CARLISLE FOODBANK
Corby Hill / Warwick Bridge Chapel. Its aim is to support those who are most deprived by providing food packs or vouchers. For further info contact Anne Anderson 01228 561372. CARLISLE FOOD BANK. The need for the Food bank is growing all the time. Please continue to donate food items whenever you can. Food parcels are provided to cover just 3 days. So small packets of cereal, biscuits, sugar etc. please.
- CHURCH BOOKINGS
If you are planning any kind of meeting or event on Church premises please would you contact either Linda or Martin first so that they can (a) check that the room is available, (b) put it in the Church Diary and (c) organise any necessary heating.
Linda and Martin B3502
- USED STAMPS
Please remember to continue to save your used stamps for the Leprosy Mission and put them in the box in the Foyer.
Note: the stamps become worthless if the perforations are damaged in any way. Please leave at least a quarter of an inch around each stamp Thank you, Beryl
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Items for the next notice sheet should be sent, telephoned, handed or e-mailed to: Roland Lowe, Kylesyke Hill, Irthington, Carlisle, CA6 4PE (016977 2244) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org by 8pm on Wednesdays
First published at 22:58, Friday, 05 September 2014
Published by http://www.bramptonlocal.co.uk
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