Tempo - Sunday 25th February 2018
11am Morning Service
Wayne Adams will be preaching from
Mark 5:1-20 “Being Attentive”
Table-tennis & board games evening
Our next games evening takes place Thursday, 1st March, 7pm at Gelliwastad Road. Come and enjoy an evening playing table tennis - all ages and abilities welcome! Or if you prefer – come for a cuppa, a chat and a good board game or two.
The presentation of the Easter story to year 5/6 students from local primary schools will take place here in Temple from Monday 19/3 to Thursday 22/3. This is an inspiring time for the children & teachers together with those who lead and help out with the programme. Wayne Adams is building his team – please contact him to register an interest or for more information, particularly if you have not been involved before.
Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
10th March 9.30am at Temple Gelliwastad will be continuing our six part series of 'first man standing' and also we may have a sprinkling of rugby angles as the Six Nations is in full swing.
Pray for Wales
Churches across the regions gathering together on the same date at the same time to pray for our nation! Our local centre is St Catherine’s on 1st March from 7.30 to 9.00pm. Please see http://newwinecymru.co.uk/pray-for-wales-locations/ for other locations.
Pontypridd Christians Together are arranging bread and cheese lunches at various locations from 12 noon to 1.30pm on Fridays throughout 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 next two of these will be 2/3 at St Dyfrig’s, Trefforest; followed by 9/3 at St Mary’s, Glyntaff.
Fairtrade fortnight is coming up and an invitation to support workers and farmers who grow our food. With Fairtrade we have the power to change the world everyday.
There will be a Fairtrade stall in church on March 4th with an opportunity to buy some Fairtrade food. There is also an opportunity to spend an evening with a Fairtrade producer on 9th March at 19:30 in Workers Gallery 99 Ynyshir Road Ynyshir CF39 0EN.
Next Sunday, as part of our Altar Ego series, we'll be looking at “Nurturing Friendship”. Over the years our home groups have played an important part in helping us do just that. There's no intention to change that, but we should recognise that 'one size doesn't always fit all' - with some people unable to attend due to other commitments, or perhaps feeling more comfortable sharing in a smaller group, etc. Accordingly, we want to explore additional options that everyone could plug in to if they wish. For example - study groups, men’s groups, women’s groups, triplets, special interest groups, mission groups, discipleship groups, task-oriented groups – you name it! But importantly, groups in which we can further ‘Nurture Friendship’, deepen relationships, provide support and be accountable to one another. If you’re interested in discussing more about this, come along next Monday, 5th March, 7:30pm at the Graig - it would be great to have your input.