Tempo - Sunday 25th March 2018
11am Morning Service
Andy Sparkes will be preaching
the first of our three Easter topics
The agenda for today’s church meeting is
· Programme for 2018
· 20/20 Vision
· Kindle Church
· Financial Report and Budget for 2018
A limited number of copies of the relevant papers are available today.
Over the coming weeks we would like to set up prayer triplets across the church, with as many participating as possible. A prayer triplet is a group of three people who meet regularly to pray and share together. They're a great way of helping us deepen friendships, build our prayer lives, and provide support and encouragement to one another. If you would like to be part of a triplet, please see Andy.
Good Friday 30/3 Morning - 11:30am meet at St David's Uniting at; March through the town will begin at 12:00 noon followed by worship in market square. A Lent Lunch is available at St Catherine’s following this event. (see later notice)
Afternoon – Service at Temple at 4:00pm
Easter Saturday 31/3 - 10:30am meet at St Catherine's Church for worship before heading out to talk to people in town, finishing by 1:00pm
Easter Sunday 1/4 – 6:30am Sonrise service at The Common by the rocking stone on Easter morning
11:00am Morning Service at Temple on this celebration resurrection day
Trip to Hay on Wye
St Caths are running a trip to Hay on Wye on Wednesday April 11th. There are still some seats left on the bus if you would like to join them. Cost is £12, Jane or Tegwyn Lewis can be contacted on 07986168957 or 01443 650630, the Fare is £12, the bus leaves Municipal Hall Bus Stop at 9.30am. There are currently 9 seats available.
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 last of these will be Good Friday 30/3 at St Catherine’s, Pontypridd.
There will be a baptismal service here at Temple on the morning of Sunday 15 April. If you are considering this important step for yourself then please speak to Wayne Adams about it.
A new venture has its first day on Tuesday 17/4 in Pontypridd, namely a social group specifically for those suffering with Parkinson’s disease and their carers and for those interested in this condition. It is to be held at the Muni from 2.30pm to 4.00pm, after the Muni has closed its doors to the general public. It is free and folks can buy refreshments from the Muni Cafe.