Christian Aid Refugee Appeal
The retiring collections for the Christian Aid Refugee appeal raised £98. A donation from Outreach Funds was added
On Saturday 10th October at 7.00pm in the halls. Supper includes fish, chicken, sausage or veggie burger and chips. If you would like to enter a team please fill in the Team/Supper form.
£10 per person in aid of our Church charities.
There is now a rota being set up to cover the days that Tracey will not be able to provide coffee and teas after the service.
Several people have already shown willingness to cover these times. Please could they and anyone else willing to help please speak to Doreen after the service today.
Saturday Morning Coffee – Plea for assistance
There is a coffee morning scheduled for 28th November to raise funds for our Church Charities. Unfortunately, the people who normally run this event are unable to do so. We do not want to lose this opportunity to raise further monies for our charities, so please speak to Doreen if you can possibly help us!
If you would like to join a group to read and discuss the book ‘Being Christian’ by Rowan Williams please contact Nick Skelding.
Supporting Vulnerable Adults.
A copy of a booklet ‘Supporting Vulnerable Adults’, with information about and contact details for organisations that offer support and help to people in need is located in the pigeon holes by the church office.
If you are in the church and someone comes requiring assistance, you can use this reference booklet to identify where the person might be able to get help.
Sarah O’Reilly, a 24 year old Occupational Therapy student at Brunel University, and member of St Luke’s Church in Kentish Town, is looking for Monday to Friday accommodation, for which she is willing to work as a nanny or home help. If anyone would like to have a live in help during the working week please contact the Church Office for further details.