Coffee Clean-up Rota
Many thanks to today’s teams –
• Brenda and Carmen’s Group @11am
• Mones’ Group @ 6pm
• June Smith’s Group @ 11am
• Lindy Morgan’s Group @ 6pm
Mothering Sunday Church Family Meal
After the service this morning, to celebrate Mothering Sunday, we will be having a church family meal. All welcome.
Review and Preview
Date for your diary: St Michael’s Review and Preview will be on Monday 3rd April at 7.00pm for 7.30 start. There will be a chance to find out what has been happening during the last year and to find out more about the year to come. At the meeting we will also be appointing four new members to the church committee. Don’t forget, if you would like to vote or nominate someone for a post you will need to fill in an electoral roll application form and return it to church before the meeting. Copies of the Ministries and Finance reports are available at the back of church, or can be ordered from the office.
Voices from Syria: Hope amidst despair?
On Wednesday 29th March at 7.30pm in St Michael’s there will be a presentational talk on ‘Voices from Syria: Hope amidst despair?’ by Rev Andrew Ashdown. All welcome.
FLOW and the Voluntary Internship Programme
Applications are open for FLOW (discipleship course) and the Voluntary Internship Programme 2017-2018. Please speak to Mones if you are interested.
The church has a new membership database and we would like to use this as an opportunity to review and update all of our contact details. If you haven’t already, please fill a form in as completely as you can and return it to the church office or put it in the offertory basket. Thank you.
East Africa Retiring Offering
On Sunday 2nd April we will be taking an additional retiring offering for the East Africa Crisis Appeal.
God is Good
There are a couple of copies of ‘God Is Good: He’s better than you think’ by Bill Johnson (reviewed by Lynne last week) in the bookshop. They are on special offer £10.99 (RRP £14.50) until Easter.
The next Mature Munch will be on Thursday 30th March at 12:30pm in the Castle Rooms. Come along for tasty food and food for thought. The speaker will be Molly Kildonan. To find out more speak to Dan Priddy.
Looking for memories of Aberystwyth cinemagoing, pre-1970
I’m Jamie Terrill, a PhD student at Aberystwyth University, and I’m carrying out research on the history of rural Welsh cinemas and memories of rural Welsh cinemagoing. Part of this research includes a questionnaire that I’m asking anyone with memories of going to the cinema in the Aberystwyth area (pre-1970) to complete. It is available online (in both English and Welsh) at www.jamieterrill.com/research or hard copies can be provided by emailing me on email@example.com. Completed questionnaires can only be accessed by me and anonymity is guaranteed.