Sunday 26th January 2020
Our service this morning is led by our minister Revd Bill Young, and will include Holy Communion as well as the Baptism of Mia Louise Edwards-Hill. We welcome everyone who has come to join Mia’s Mum and Dad, Amy and Craig, at this special time. Our gospel reading this morning is Matthew 4.12-23.
Everyone is made welcome around the Lord’s Table; we rely on parents of younger children to determine whether they will take part. If you decide not to take bread and wine (we use alcohol-free wine), do stay with us and please simply pass them on to your neighbour at the time of distribution.
Next Week we will welcome Revd Nick Stanyon, who is our West Midlands Synod Evangelist, to leadour Sunday morning service at 10.30am. The lectionary readings areMicah 6.1-8; Psalm 15; 1 Corinthians 1.18-31; Matthew 5.1-12.
Food Bank gifts for January are cereals and tinned fruit. Gifts for February will be sugar and tea bags. We thank all those who have made contributions and also those who pass them on to the Food Bank.
There is a Quiz Night coming up at Foleshill Road URC on Saturday 29 February from 6.30pm. A few tables are still available at £15 entry for teams of up to 6. Details and reservations from Katie Watts or Clare Holmes at Foleshill Road –if you are interested please contact Bill Young and he’ll put you in touch.
Our Charity Project for 2020, in aid of Coventry Street Pastors, will be launched on Sunday 9 February.
Film Club: The next film will be shown at 7pm on Wednesday 12 February; this will be Green Book, an American comedy-drama set in 1962.Winner of the Oscar for Best Picture in 2019, this is a story of an African American musician who hires a white driver and bodyguard for a tour of the deep south. There is a sign-up sheet on the noticeboard to help plan seating.
Induction of Revd Debbie Brown
We are now able to confirm that the Induction of Revd Debbie Brown after her move from the Wirral to serve as stipendiary minister of the North Coventry Group of United Reformed Churches will be held on
Saturday 4 April, here at Holyhead Road URC, at 3pm
Please put this date in your diaries and also look out for news of how you may be able to help in this celebration in various practical or musical ways!