Mossley Methodist continues to support the Newtownabbey Methodist Mission Gift Appeal. Toys and money donations will be gladly received at tomorrow’s Sunday service, after which will be taken to the organisers at the Mission.
As we celebrate the birth of our King this Christmas, let us make his Kingdom known here on Earth by giving gifts that transform lives! ‘Gifts for Life’ 2018 catalogues are now available in your church. You can also buy online:
Gifts range from £10/€12 to £80/€93 and include lap desks for children in Southern Africa, seeds for farmers in Ghana and watering cans for gardeners in Bolivia.
MWI will now be meeting in December: Monday the 3rd at the earlier time of 7:30pm (not 8pm as it states below)
Ambassador Mel Walker will be introducing us to Tropic Skincare products: skincare – body care – gift collections – makeup – tanning – travel – so sleepy.
There will be an opportunity on the night to put your name in a draw for a free demonstration facial.
You might even be tempted to buy some nice stocking fillers!
See you there ladies … and bring a friend!
Tropic Skincare, founded by The Apprentice contestant Susan Ma ” If you can’t eat it, don’t put it on your face”
Ex-mission partner, Pat Jamison, is travelling to Ghana in the summer of 2019. She’ll be taking a small group to see how the Methodist Church Ghana is growing and serving. There’ll be insights into MCG’s educational, medical (including following up on the 2017 JMA project focus) and community development work. There’ll be church services and visits to GB and BB companies, meetings with the Presiding Bishop and District Bishops and even time for sightseeing. A real taste of Ghana.
For a brochure & application form
email: email@example.com or call +44 28 90452572
Closing date: Friday 11th January.
I think it’s safe to say that we all really enjoyed our Belfast Sightseeing excursion, and would highly recommend it to anyone, be you a local or visiting from another country. I personally felt that it was lovely feeling like a Tourist for a few hours.
You can see from the photos in the gallery below that we began our morning with tea and scones in the church followed by the arrival of the ‘City Sightseeing Belfast Official Tour Bus’ to whisk us off through Titanic Quarter, City Centre and West Belfast.
Being open top, we were thankful for the dry weather! Our tour guide was very well informed and enlightened us with many a historical fact, whilst keeping it current – my personal favourite was his spin/explanation of the word ‘fleg’
So thank you Christine and her ever loyal team – you know who you are – for all the planning and effort that really paid off. Finally thank you to everyone who came along you all really helped make the day a success.
(Click on the individual images to few larger)
Tomorrow why not join in our service to acknowledge and be thankful for all that we have? Then stay afterwards for a cuppa and catch-up with friends.
During the service there will be a Gift Day collection in aid of our heating fund.