Webteam: February 2019
We held our carol service on Tuesday 4th December at Heaton Moor. Our President used the Jesse Tree Service we had used in the past. Figures and prayer stars were hung on the tree. I was very grateful that Carol was able to be there as she had had a cataract operation in the morning! Carol, Paula and Lesley sang for us. An inspirational service as always. The singing is always wonderful at Heaton Moor. £100 was raised in the collection for "All We Can"
Dates — District Autumn Meeting — Thursday 18th October at Central Hall.
District Spring Meeting — Saturday 9th February 2019 at Didsbury Methodist Church
" At Home" — Sunday 9th June at Chapel in the Fields 2pm — 5.30pm. The speaker will be the President of MWib Michaela Youngson. There will be an evening service at Altrincham Methodist 6.30pm. Unfortunately there are only 50 places as the Chapel is small. Many people had signed up at the meeting.
Circuit Spring Meeting — Monday 18th March 2019 at Trinity.
Easter offering service — Tuesday 21st May at Trinity. This year's theme Longer Tables — Lower Fences.
My grateful thanks as ever to Carol, Pauline and the rest of the "Team"
Marguerite Hall (Secretary)
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