Daily Bible Readings

February 19, 2016

The Daily Bible Readings by George Philip: The Book of Matthew 25:1-13 to End and Deuteronomy 1 to 4:41-49 is available from the bookrack in the foyer. Please take a complimentary copy or download at www.tpc.org.uk under Sermons – Daily Bible Readings – Click on icon.

Communion Sunday

February 19, 2016

The retiral collection today is in aid of the Mission Fund, and ‘The Well’ The Asian Information and Advice Centre, one of the Presbytery Charities, will benefit from this collection. Envelopes are available in the seats and if you wish to contribute and have signed up for the Gift Aid Scheme please put your name on the outside of the envelope, otherwise, just place your donation inside the envelope and place it in the plate in the foyer. Thank you for your support.

Prayer Time

February 19, 2016

The meeting room is set aside for prayer every Sunday from 9.30am until 10.10am. A special time of silence is spent waiting on God followed by a time of sharing and praying for one another as well as for our church. All are welcome.

Daily Bible Notes

February 12, 2016

The Daily Bible Readings by George Philip: The Book of Matthew 25:1-13 to End and Deuteronomy 1 to 4:41-49 is available from the bookrack in the foyer. Please take a complimentary copy or download at www.tpc.org.uk under Sermons – Daily Bible Readings – Click on icon.

Child Trafficking – ‘Where Children Sleep’

February 11, 2016

Tearfund have an evening of story and song to promote understanding and raise money for their fight to protect vulnerable children. Thursday 11th February, 7 pm, St. Georges Tron. (See further details on poster in Foyer or contact Celia Burns 01360 620220).

Walk and Talk – February

February 11, 2016

The first walk of this year will be on Saturday 13th February and we will meet at the church at 9.30am to walk to Barnellan. As this is quite a hilly walk, some folk may wish simply to meet us at Barnellan for coffee. Those who are not walking should meet at the church at 10.45am for transport to Barnellan. New walkers are always welcome.