Notices For The Week 25th July 2021



25th July 2021

PASTOR: Mr Joshua Parmar 

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Acts 3

Peter & John went to pray..



Church News

For information 

A Church Meeting is to be held at church on Sunday 1st
August after a short morning worship service. The service
will commence at 10.30am. The two principal agenda
items for the meeting will be (1) Signing up to be a Hong
Kong friendly church and (2) Church finances.
The Deacons are currently assessing the latest
Government guidance and legislation regarding Covid-19,
as well as the amended BUGB guidelines. Information on
how we propose to adjust our current procedures will be
issued in due course and they also may be discussed, time
permitting, at the above meeting. With the infection rate
continuing to rise in Wiltshire, we intend to err on the side
of caution.
St Barnabas’ Church open their Boules facility on Sunday
1st August at 2.30pm. Donations are invited to enable a
surrounding fence to be erected.

Prayer Topics

People to pray for: 


David Payne, now back to work with follow-up
• Norman Hancock who is now home, following his heart
bypass operation
• Robin, and his grandson Luke
• Mavis Bracewell, Margaret Edwards, Gill Head,
Maurice Perry, Dorothy Robinson, Janet Woolley-Lane,
Liz Young & family, Brenda, Christina & Peter
• Anne Doyle of St. Anthony’s who has been in hospital last
• Up to 5 individuals who you would like to see commit
their lives to Christ this year.
• Preparations for Holiday Club at the beginning of August.


 As you listen to the sermon today keep in mind and try applying



KNOWING… Dedicate your life to an intimate personal relationship with God through prayer and studying His Word.

GROWING… Actively invest yourself in our Church family, growing alongside our brothers and sisters in Christ.

GOING…      Deliberately share our faith in all we do, both inside and outside the church walls.


Sermon Notes  

Acts 3

Peter & John went to pray..




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We are continuing our socially distanced worship at church for
those without IT facilities at home. Plans are being worked out
for small groups to meet for study & prayer on church premises.
This week the sermon is available on

YouTube from Sunday


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