Archive for April 2011
Wooler 5.45 on the hillside above Wooler, walk up Cheviot street past the church, turn right along the footpath until you see the vista, and the dawn. 15 min walk from Glendale Hall. Followed by breakfast and communion in Glendale Hall. 11am Easter morning worship.
Berwick St Paul’s 8 am on the beach at Spittel Ecumenical Easter Praise. 11 am Easter Communion.
St Cuthbert’s North Sunderland 9.am Communion
Erskine Belford 10.30 family worship and communion with traditional egg rolling and Easter egg hunt. Followed by refreshments in the hall.
Crookham 3 pm Easter Worship with the Crookham Cuckoos Singing Easter praise.
Open to 13 – 20 yr olds Tel 01668 219584 booking essential for climbing, also medical consent forms to be completed.
10 – 4 Climbing on the crags above Belford – bring lunch £10
12 – 4 picnic lunch, and visit to the lambs for those who do not want to climb.
4 – 6 Eat somewhere in Belford
6 pm Tenebrae Service (things get dark)
7 pm Film The Son of Man (12A) (86 mins) Food to share. Free
The Ferguson Hall, Belford Wednesdays 27th April, May 4th 11th & 18th 7-8.30pm Everyone is welcome to join the four week discussion group exploring some of the big questions that people often ask about the Christian faith. The format will be a small informal discussion group mixing lively debate with some quiet time for prayer and reflection. It will be chance to look at some of the questions we ask ourselves as we look at how our faith fits into today’s increasingly secular world and how we can live our lives to the full including: • What makes us human rather than animal? • Our relationships with God, Creation and each other. • What is our image of God? Is this helped or hindered by traditional hymns and prayers? • How does the Bible help us with this? • Where do we belong and how do we gain our own identity? • How can we help create and be part of God’s kingdom?
Kate will lead the discussions in her own lively, original and highly enjoyable style as she says: “I have a curious mind, and I am always full of questions, and from past experience, I know I am not the only one! Come along and find out a bit more, whether or not you go to church, everyone is welcome.”
For more information please contact Kate Baxter on Tel. 07597 634900 or by email email@example.com