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News and Notes
Sunday 9th September
10.30am Morning Service Led by Rev Vicci Davidson
Readings: James 2:1-10 and 14-17. Mark 7:24-37
4pm Service at Teddington Hospital Led by Rev David Innes
Readings: Psalm 131. Luke 19 v.15-17
Sunday 16th September
10.30am Morning Service Led by Rev David Innes
6.30pm Circuit Service at Hampton Methodist Church
News & Notes The next edition will be 16th September. Items should reach Sarah Waine at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on 13th September. If you would like to receive News & Notes by e-mail, please let Sarah know.
General Information & News
Visitors and those new to Teddington Methodist Church A leaflet “Teddington Methodist Church – A Warm Welcome for the Whole Community” is available in the narthex. We welcome anybody who may wish to become a member of TMC.
Prayer requests If you have someone you would like prayers for, please write the details on the sheets on the table at the back of the church. Details will be given out in the service.
Church Flowers There are many spaces on the flower rota for the
Autumn. If you would like to give flowers please put your name
on The Flower List in the Stanley Road Narthex and for more
information speak to Gill Jackson.
Churches Together in Teddington: Please pray for Hampton Wick Baptist Church
The Healing Prayer Group will be meeting on Thursday 13th September - any requests for prayers, for yourself or someone you know, should be passed to Jill or Margaret.
Circuit Prayers Please pray for East Molesey Methodist Church and Chandlers Field Primary School. Please also pray for Chad – a landlocked country with low rainfall, drought, civil wars and poor infrastructure. Much poverty and corruption, but with some hope now that Chad has become an oil exporter. Pray for unity in the church whose divisions on tribal lines limits its witness.
Hampton Methodist Church Bike Project. The church has become a 'Bike Hub’ what this means is they collect second-hand bikes (adult and children's) which are then donated to The Bike Project who refurbish them and donate them to refugees and asylum seekers in London. For more details please see the poster in the narthex.
Following a recent break in at the church we would take this opportunity to remind all our church members and hall users that they must be vigilant at all times. Please do not leave outside doors open during your sessions, make sure all doors are locked shut when you leave, and check that no-one is on the premises before you go, but please do not take any risks with your own safety in doing this.
Have you looked at the Church Garden recently? We have been awarded A Silver Award by Richmond in Bloom committee. Our thanks go to those who do the weeding, trimming, planting and watering, especially Brian and Judith, so that our garden can be admired by us and passers-by.
Contributions for Focus by Tuesday 2nd October. It's that time again to think about items for the next edition of the Focus newsletter - e.g. articles, photos, news about the church or from community users, details of recent or upcoming events, puzzles, jokes, etc. With the new data protection laws, if you send photos of people, make sure you have their consent for them to be included. Please send your contributions to Helen Benson at email@example.com.
JMA – The new JMA year has begun! New contributors and collectors are always welcome. If your child would like to start collecting (this can begin in a very simple way by them being given a collecting tin to collect at church and at home), or if you would like to start contributing to the charity, a small amount each week, please speak to Sarah Waine. My apologies to our existing collectors. Although I have requested new collection books these haven’t yet been sent out. I will be giving them out as soon as I have them – Sarah.
Dates for your Diary
The charity coffee mornings have now restarted in the Church every Saturday morning 10.30-12.30. Each week the proceeds are given to a charity or good cause.
A few planned coffee mornings are:
Saturday 15th September All We Can
Saturday 22nd September Action for Children
Saturday 29th September World's Biggest Coffee Morning Event for Macmillan Cancer Support
Please support these if you are able. If you would like to run a coffee morning for another good cause please speak to Sue or Gill
Wednesday 19th September Public Issues evenings at TMC. There will be a fortnightly discussion exploring some public issues, stating at 8pm
Friday 21st September Prayer Walk around Teddington. The next prayer walk will be at 2pm - walking from Teddington Hospital to Fulwell. .
Saturday 22nd September (and every third Saturday of the month) “You are Magical” A Gospel Illusions Club at Hampton Methodist Church 10am – 12pm. Learning about the miracles of Jesus through magic. For more details contact Bron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday 23rd September Harvest Festival Services at TMC with a guest speaker from All We Can at the 10:30 service. At both services there will be a collection of goods for Whitechapel Mission and the loose cash will go to All We Can. See separate sheet for a list of requested items.
Saturday 29th September Sunbury Methodist Church Harvest Supper and Quiz. Sunbury invite us to join them at 6:30pm for this social evening. Contact Alfie Evans for details.
Sunday 30th September Gospel Street – a play performed by The Riding Lights Theatre Company at Surbiton Hill Methodist Church at 7pm. There will be tickets on sale at the door but you can book at the Riding Lights Box Office: Tickets £10 (Concessions £8) Online: https://ridinglights.org/gospel-street/ Box Office: 01904 613000
Sunday 11th November North Kingston Choir - 5th Birthday Concert at Hampton Hill Theatre. Doors Open at 3:30PM From 4:00PM to 5:30PM Ticket Price: £2.00 - £8.00 booking fee applies. Tickets available from https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/537014.