Tempo - Sunday 4th February 2018

This Sunday

11am Morning Service

Covenant Sunday – there will be an opportunity for you to bring your signed covenant forms to the front during communion

Praying for church activities

“Let us not say that we will pray for the work, because prayer is the work” Watchman Nee (bold added)

As promised, a summary of the various church (and inter-church) activities has been printed.  This has been prepared by the leaders of these activities and distributed by email by Andy Sparkes over the last few weeks.

Please take a copy and let it inform your individual prayers and those of the prayer groups that you are members of.

Christians against Poverty

Ongoing CAP courses continue up to Easter:-

CAP Job Club – Thursdays 10am – St Caths

CAP Life Skills – Fridays 1pm – here at Temple

CAP Release – Wednesdays 7pm – St   Caths

CAP Debt help in Pontypridd is also ongoing.

You can contact Melanie about any of these activities.

Cardiff Concern Fundraising

A concert featuring Cambrensis Choir & Concert Band is being held at Stanwell Road Baptist Church, Penarth on Sat 10 Feb at 7.30pm.  Tickets are £5 on the door.  Proceeds go to the counselling organisation, Cardiff Concern.

Meilyr Geraint Rees

You are invited to a free concert here at Temple on Sat 17 Feb at 7.30pm, where local singer songwriter, Meilyr Geraint Rees (AKA Meiz), will be sharing his heart.

Inspiring Women

You may know that Ynysangharad Women’s Institute meets here at Temple on the second Wednesday evening of each month from 7pm to 9pm.  You are cordially invited to join them at their next meeting here on 14 February.

There are also specific activities during the week, such as a choir (Mondays at Temple 2pm to 4pm) and a drama group, which meets at the Pontypridd Museum on Thursdays during the day.  Please contact yawi2009@gmail.com for further information on any of these.

Lent Lunches

Pontypridd Christians Together are arranging bread and cheese lunches at various locations from 12 noon to 1.30pm on the 7 Fridays of Lent.  The suggested donation is £2.50 and all profits will be donated to Christian Aid.  There will be a Fairtrade stall at each venue.  The first of these will be 16/2 at St John’s, Graig; followed by 23/2 at Castle Square, Trefforest.

tempoPhilip Hughes