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Fisherwick Calendar

Morning Service, 22 May 2016
Church Notices 

Listen online – 15 May (Previous sermons available HERE)
am: ‘Joseph – Testing integrity and convicting conscience’ – Michael Anderson
pm: ‘God’s promise to Abraham and Sarah – Is anything too hard for the Lord?’ – Michael Anderson

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15-21 May Christian Aid Week

>> Sunday 22 May
Sunday morning fellowship, 10am.  Everyone welcome in the Minor Hall.  A great opportunity to build community and to get to know other members of the Fisherwick church family.  Games to play for the young and the young-at-heart and a play area for the little ones!
11am – ‘Joseph – finding grace to forgive’ – Michael Anderson
7pm – ‘Hagar and Ishmael – lack of faith, loving God’ – Daniel Moore

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>> Sunday 29 May
Sunday morning fellowship, 10am.  Everyone welcome in the Minor Hall.  A great opportunity to build community and to get to know other members of the Fisherwick church family.  Games to play for the young and the young-at-heart and a play area for the little ones!
11am – All Age Service
7pm – ‘Sodom and Gomorrah – the power of prayer’ – Gareth Clegg

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Saturday 18 June – Greystones
John O’Donnell’s Service of Licensing is taking place in Greystones Presbyterian Church at 2pm.  If you are intending to go, please put your name on the attendance sheet at the back of the church and also indicate if transport is required.

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TIDES
In the constant cycle of life, what would it take to recapture a rhythm of devotion for the people of God today? What if we could resource ordinary followers of Jesus with a regular pattern of bible reading and prayer that will provoke lives of service and mission?
Tides is a brand new resource aimed at doing just that.
As part of our vision to resource congregations of whole life disciples across the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, we are launching a rhythm of daily devotions accessible to all. Tides aims to help God’s people discover afresh what regular engagement with God and His word can mean for their lives.
Tides is an email resource that will land into your inbox first thing each weekday morning. Once signed up, each subscriber will receive a daily passage to READ, a succinct thought to REFLECT on and a simple way to RESPOND.
The Tides resource is sent to your email address and you need to register you name and email at the following website address
http://www.presbyterianireland.org/tides

PRAYER MINISTRY
Members of the Church’s Prayer Ministry Team are available in the Prayer Chapel following morning worship for anyone who would like people to pray for them. Prayer is available to everyone whether you are a church member or not.

IN CASE OF PASTORAL EMERGENCY
In case of a Pastoral Emergency, please contact the church office on 02890 666683, Michael at michael.fisherwick@gmail.com, or  John O’Donnell at john.fisherwick@gmail.com

SMALL GROUPS
For information about Small Groups in Fisherwick check out the information boards beside the Coffee Bar, the website or contact the Church Office. The Small group Co-ordinators are Peter and Linda Little.

Leading Prayers and Reading Scripture
If you would like to participate in a service by leading prayers or reading scripture please speak to Michael Anderson. You can also email michael.fisherwick@gmail.com.

Volunteering in Fisherwick
If you would like to find out more about volunteering in any area of church life then please speak initially with our Senior Minister Michael Anderson (michael.fisherwick@gmail.com) or our Church Manager, Raymond Robinson (raymond.fisherwick@gmail.com).

Lifeline Counselling Service

The website is back.

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“The Whole Gospel, for the Whole Person, with the Whole Church, in the Whole World”

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