Welcome to news and roundup.

 

YouTube Live!

On Sundays  we will be having an in-person service at church and also  live streaming messages via YouTube live at 10:30am  and 6 pm.  You will be able to view these without a YouTube account, and they will also be available on Smart TVs/Fire stick etc. for those without tablets/laptops. The livestream links are available on the website. If anyone is struggling to access the livestreams, please let us know.

 

Sunday Services

Sunday Morning 24th October I 10.30am  I STORYTELLER with Guest Speaker Richard Lawson 

Richard will be exploring the Parable of the Talents

Sunday Evening 24th October I 6 pm  I Dwell: Being

The start of our new series begins by looking at Hagai 1:1-12

DWELL
Tonight we are  launching a new Sunday evening format called DWELLDWELL is designed to be a 30minute service that will “go live” at 6pm on Sundays, but be available to catch up with at any point during the week. DWELL stands for:
D – Drawing Near
Time to seek God’s presence in prayer.
W – Worship
A time to worship God together
E – Encounter
People sharing testimonies of encounters with God!
L – Listen
A ten minute message (we’re going to be journing through the book of Haggai together!)
L – Live
And space to examine our lives and reflect on how we are to live in the light of God’s Word
Join us as we seek to dwell in God’s presence and promises together!

 

Church is Open!!

The church is now fully open. Booking is no longer needed at all. We ask that you still respect social distancing  and follow all guidance given. Face masks are still required to be worn.

Bethel Kids is also taking place for all primary school children in years 1-6.  We are aiming to open other age groups for children & young people in the coming weeks. Following the service we will be serving tea & coffee in the lounge.

We really look forward to seeing you!

Staff Holidays

Jon will be having the week off for half-term and Lorraine will be on leave from Monday-Wednesday this week.

 

Children and Youth

Children and Youth Registration: please complete the registration form for any children and youth taking part in church activities,-for both Sunday or weekly meetings.
Registration Link Here: https://forms.gle/QbhoRgsaSGmUv5YU9
Bethel Kids Taking place on Sunday morning during the morning service over in the Whitchurch Centre. Children can be dropped off from 10:20 am  and then picked up directly after the morning service.

 

The regular weekly groups are taking a break this week for half term and will resume again next week.

 

Creche

Starting Soon! Creche will be opening again from Sunday 7th November. We’ll be meeting in the lounge and the age group will be 0-3/4 (nursery). This is a wider age group than we have had in crèche in the past, as we’re only using the main hall in the Centre for Bethel Kids at the moment.

 

Trustees

The following people were elected to the leadership team at the recent AGM and Church Members Meeting

 

Coffee Morning

We are hoping to start a regular coffee morning to reach out to the community and people in the church.  There is going to be a Zoom meeting on Tuesday 9th November  at 7.30 pm (please note the change of date) for anyone who might like to be involved to help on the team.  If you are interested please contact Jon or Helen Nolan. Many thanks.

Dates for your Diaries 2021

Church Member Meetings

17th November

Places you can Find Us

Website: https://bit.ly/Bethel-Website

YouTube: https://bit.ly/Bethel-Live

Facebook: https://bit.ly/Bethel-Facebook

Instagram: https://bit.ly/Bethel-Instagram

Podcast: https://bit.ly/Bethel-Podcast

Family News

Please remember Joyce Symonds in your prayers as she grieves her husband Ian who passed away recently.  Please pray that God will uphold her and give her strength.

Lorraine is  back working in the office with the new opening times of 9 am -1 pm

 

News to Celebrate

If you, or someone you know,  are celebrating a very special birthday or anniversary then please do let us know so we can celebrate as a church family.

Collecting used Stamps to help fund BMS work

Please continue to save used postage stamps for the BMS stamps bureau. During the first quarter of 2020 £3500 was raised for BMS by the bureau. We look forward to being able to collect the stamps you are saving as soon as possible. Marion Rushton.

Problem accessing online content?

If you have had a problem accessing the online blogs, sermons or newssheet, please let Lorraine in the office know as she can arrange to send these out in the post (including CD versions of the services)