Fellowship News (Oct 2017)

October 7, 2017

in Fellowship News

Just a reminder - we remember our Lord’s sacrificial death for us in our Communion service, or Lord’s Supper, on the Sunday 1st, at the evening service, and 15th in the morning service.
We welcome all baptised believers and who love the Lord Jesus as their Saviour and Lord to participate in the Lord’s Supper. Please enquire further of our pastor or another elder if you are unsure about this.

Our Harvest Sunday is October 8th, when Pastor Calix will be conducting the morning service and Paul Philips the evening. Your contributions of non perishable food etc. will be gladly received. It will be taken to the Brighton & Hove City Mission for their Food Bank ministry in that needy city.

We shall be having a Harvest Lunch following the morning service. Make sure you’ve signed up!

We were saddened to hear of the passing of our friend Mrs Judith Ridley, Sue Martin’s mum. She was a regular attender at Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship and will be much missed. A Thanksgiving service will be held at Rehoboth on Friday 13th Oct. at 12.30pm

Please remember Pat Smith and family in the loss of her brother Dennis Strudwick. A Thanksgiving service for Dennis will be at Dorking Chapel on Weds 11th Oct at 11.30am.

Preaching out this month

1st David Ansell – Reigate am; Stuart Beadle – Copthorne am; Andrew Cooke – Slinfold pm;Steve Piggott – Fetcham pm

8th D A – Tadworth am; 15th SB – Redhill am; S P – Copthorne am ;

17-19th DA – CRE with SMCC 22nd D A – Copthorne am

Praying & caring for the Community - Brighton Road, Kennedy Road, South Grove, Gorings Mead

This month we restart our Praying for Mission

May we remember these missionaries at our gathered Prayer times and in our private devotions through the week.

8th Jean Ellis working with GBM in Austria
15th Andrew & Janet Woods GBM Mission
Jim & Helen Sayers Support ministeries
22nd Daniel Caballero with GBM & UFM in Peru
29th Graham & Sally Jones with GBM in Kenya

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