Weekly News – 18th July 2014


Integr8   7.30 pm at church

Saturday 19th July

Tomorrow is the Cre8 Craft Club for children aged 7 to 14 years. The theme will be Old Favourites.

Church BBQ

Next Sunday 27th we have the Annual church BBQ at Goring Gap after the Sunday morning meeting. Don’t forget to bring a chair if you need to sit on one

  • Please could you bring along a contribution of salad, dessert or a drink.


  • We need someone to go down to Goring Gap before and during the meeting to take the gazebo and some tables and reserve us a spot. If you are able to do this, please can you contact Paul.


Programme for the coming week:

Sunday 20th

10.30 Sunday morning meeting, Paul Cook will be speaking

Wednesday 23rd

Coffee House 10.30 until 12.30 pm. Drop in for fellowship or bring any friends or neighbours to this social time at the church.

Thursday 24th

Worship and prayer at the church at 7.30 pm

Saturday 26th

Cream Tea & cards

Cleo will be having a Cream tea and Home made card sale at Martin and Jane’s. It takes place on Saturday between 11 – 1.00 and is in aid of her trip to Zimbabwe.


Looking ahead….

An evening of Entertainment with Beth Thomas

Beth is trying to raise money to purchase some recording equipment and is giving a concert at East Worthing Baptist Church on Friday 15th August. Tickets are £5.00


Bring and share lunch

On 17th August there will bring and share lunch at Paul and Beth’s. Please bring a dish to share.


Trudi’s book.

This family guide to  praying for the world is written by Trudi and normally sells for £4.99, but once again this Sunday you can buy it for £3.00

In 40 tasty, easily digestible, bites you can travel round God’s amazing world – and pray! This book covers over twenty different countries including Algeria, China and North Korea. It covers a variety of issues such as Poverty, Clean Water and Translation. So with this book in your home, your family will discover not only the needs of the church worldwide, but how God is at work providing for people across the globe. God wants us all to get involved!

There are people who are hungry with no  money for bread.

There are villages that don’t have clean water.

There are people who have never heard the Good News of Jesus Christ.

This family guide to  praying for the world will open your eyes to the need and challenge you to come before God and pray.