Pew Notes

Sunday, 12 August 2018.

St Cuthberts Notes

Brew and a Blether with Police Scotland. On Saturday 1 September from 2 – 4 pm local Community Police Officers will be joining us to discuss, offer advice and answer questions on Doorstep Crime. Everyone welcome.

Weekly Prayer. On 4 August 1918 King George called for a National Day of Prayer. 100 days later on 11 November 1918 the war ended. One hundred years on churches throughout the country are taking part in 100 days of prayer ending on 11 November 2018. You can find more information at www.Remembrance100.co.uk which includes Scriptures, reflections and prayers.

This is the prayer that begins the 100 days of prayer:

Father, thank you that you are my rock, my resting place, that in all situations you are all that I need. I pray that I might always know  that ”  peace that passes all understanding” as I find my rest in you. Amen.

Let us pray this each day, remembering all who are affected by war, in the hope that God’s peace one day will reign supreme.

Confirmations. Bishop John will be carrying out Confirmations on October 28 during the 10.30am service. If you would like to be a Candidate for Confirmation please speak with Nicki as preparation classes will be taking place beforehand.

Prayer. Praying with the Heart – God’s Invitation to Relationship. A four week course to give you the tools to deepen your prayer life.Wednesdays 7.30 -9.30pm, 29 August, 5, 12, 19 September 2018. To participate, or seek further information, please contact Elaine ( elainefyfe@blueyonder.co.uk) and book your place by August 8.

Grave Talk. A chance to talk. There will be tea, cake and questions. Saturday, 18 August 2pm -4pm in the Hall. All welcome. See More 

The Sign. Please can all articles and information for the September edition of The Sign be sent to Joan Smith (jfss@aol.com) by todayt. Thank you.

Fischy Music. Come and joi the fun at this free concert. Fischy Music, a charity founded in 1998, works directly with children, locally and nationally, singing, writing, and listening to songs in primary schools, faith and community settings. Fischy Music  celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and we are lucky enough to have them come to us to launch ” Play Church “. Help children explore their faith in a fun and unique way.

Sunday 2 September, 2 – 4 pm. Please tell your friends and family to bring their children along.