Brampton Methodist Circuit
Last updated at 21:16, Monday, 24 February 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
9.30am WELLSPRING LADIES meeting Call Br. 41681 for details.
9.30—11.30 am CHARITY COFFEE SHOP
in the Methodist Church Hall
10.00—10.30 am PRAYER SERVICE
in the Methodist Church, Brampton
7.30pm PRAISE GROUP practice in the Church, Brampton
10.30am—12.00 noon GILSLAND COFFEE BREAK in the Gilsland Chapel Meeting Room. All are welcome
3.30—5.00 pm MESSY CHURCH CLUB
Refreshments followed by a variety of messy activities including games, painting, collage, cooking, drama and much more!
- FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT
24th February—9th March
This year’s campaign is highlighting the plight of banana growers.
Saturday 22nd February, Fairtrade Coffee Morning in the Moot Hall 9.30—12noon Tuesday 4th March, Fairtrade Lunch in the Methodist Hall from 12noon
This is a joint event with Churches Together in Brampton to mark Fairtrade Fortnight and Shrove Tuesday so please try to support it. Tickets are £5 for a 2 course meal. Bookings to Linda, B3502, by Tuesday 25th February.
- SOUP LUNCH
The next soup lunch at Corby Hill/Warwick Bridge Chapel is on Wednesday 26th. February 12.00 noon—1.00 pm. Every body welcome. Adults £1.00 Young person 50p
- LENT LUNCHES
This year’s Lent Lunches in Brampton will start on Wednesday 12th. March—further details to follow.
Friday 11th. April– Coffee morning in the Moot Hall in aid of Church funds
- FLOWER ROTA
Grateful thanks to all who have contributed to the Flower Fund during the past year. The new Rota is now available in the Crush Hall for you to chose your special dates. If you would like to arrange your own flowers, but would like a little help, please just ask. Olive.
- 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
For the Brampton Methodist Circuit website email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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: email@example.com by 8pm on Wednesdays
First published at 17:28, Friday, 13 September 2013
Published by http://www.bramptonlocal.co.uk
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