Weekly Notices for Sunday 3rd March 2019

SERVICES         

8.00am           Said Holy Eucharist                            

9.30am           All Age Worship                            

11.00am         Sung Holy Eucharist                            

6.00pm           Cymun Bendigaid

 

DIARY

Monday 4th: 9am Ministry Team Prayers and Meeting at St Mark’s;  11am Management Team

Tuesday 5th: 9.30am Grounds Team; 12pm Activity Group; 1pm Craft Group; 1pm Diocesan Meeting (Glass Room); 4pm Fay Adamson. 5.15pm Cor Glyndwr; 6pm Bells; 7pm Men’s Society (Ramada); 8pm Bellringers Area AGM

Wednesday 6th: Ash Wednesday   10am Babes in the Pew; 6pm Weddings Office; 7.15pm Service with Ashing

Thursday 7th: 10am Flowers Team  11am Holy Eucharist; 1pm Lent Course Friday

 

NOTICES


ASH WEDNESDAY  

The  traditional service with Ashing will take place on Wednesday (6th) at 7.15pm. 


LENT COURSES 

There will be two courses at St Giles’ this year. On Wednesday evenings at 7.15pm, Jason will lead the Pilgrim course “Turning to Christ” which will focus on questions surrounding Baptism. On Thursday afternoons at 1pm (following a light lunch alternating with the Lunch Club), the course will consist of sessions on the Nicene Creed and will include music by a variety of composers. Please see the Lent leaflet for details of other courses within the Mission Area.


ST GILES’ MEN’S SOCIETY 

The next meeting will take place on Tuesday (5th) at the Ramada Hotel at 6.30 for 7pm. The meal is £12.50, and will precede a talk on “The World Heritage Canal”.  All men are welcome (and should have paid Roger Berry or Clive Hindley by now!)


COME AND SING 

Faure’s Requiem will be performed here at St Giles’ on Saturday 16th March.  The Rehearsal will take place at 1pm, and copies of the work will be available. The performance will take place at 6pm.  Tickets are £8 to participate in this splendid opportunity.


ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

The Vale of Clwyd Singers will be presenting a concert on Saturday 13th April at 7.30pm, celebrating the anniversary of the first performance of Handel’s ‘Messiah’. The programme will include the Easter Music from that work, along with ‘Zadok the Priest’ and Purcell’s Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary. Tickets are £12.