Big Idea evening service on the 11/6 at Liberton Northfield which was advertised previously is now cancelled. This will now take place on the 13/6/2014 as all night prayers from 8.00pm – 8.00 am the following day.
Online shopping that raises money for Bethany – and it costs you nothing!
In the UK last year, shoppers spent £15bn on online shopping. Did you know that Bethany can benefit from all that online spending?
Give as you Live: an online shopping website that raises money for Bethany when you buy items online – and it costs you absolutely nothing.
About Give as you Live:
- It’s the easiest online charity shopping scheme we’ve come across.
- You can use it every time you shop online and encourage your friends and family to do the same.
- Simply visit the Give as you Live web page on your home computer, click “get started” and follow the simple instructions. There’s even a helpful video to show you what to do.
- A Give as you Live logo will be installed on your internet menu bar and every time you shop online with a partner retailer (including all major online stores such as Amazon, John Lewis, M&S, B&Q, Tesco etc), theGive as you Live logo will flash to remind you to click it so that any money you spend online will help raise funds for Bethany.
- One click and a percentage of the purchase price of the goods you buy will go directly to Bethany to help homeless people.
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At Celebrate Recovery in the Hub Ravenscroft Street on Thursday 29th May, 7 for 7.30 pm, Emily Ackerman is coming to share the amazing story of her journey to healing and wholeness, of how God kept her and her family through 2 decades of illness and touched her and restored her to health last year. (Meal at 7.30pm). Contact Shona Haggie (664 4352) for further details.
Please come along celebrate the Church’s birthday on Pentecost Sunday 8th June 2-4pm at KLM’s Celebration Sunday on the KLM Land, Gracemount Avenue. There will be Light and Life and fun and games and music and free ice-cream
It is this Sunday. The plan is to travel to Vogrie sharp after the service for lunch followed by Games at around 2pm onwards.
Remember your £1 for a parking token. When you drive through the barrier head right to the overflow we will set up there.
Bring your sun glasses and umbrella.
The Redeemed Christian Church of God
Every Friday evening The Redeemed Christian Church of God have a Bible study in our church hall. They have cordially invited members of our congregation with love to their 1st Year Anniversary Celebration on Friday June 6th for a praise and testimony night, 7pm-10pm.
There is a meeting on Tuesday June 3rd at 7pm at Liberton Northfield with Angus Morrison (our team leader from Scripture Union) for ANYONE interested in helping out at the kids club in October. . If you like working with primary school age children come along and see where you can use your talents. It is important to come to this meeting to apply for Protection of Vulnerable Group or PVG registration in advance (by the end of August) and this takes a few weeks to process. If you already have PVG registration, please bring your membership number with you. If you can’t make it to this meeting but would like to be involved, please let Helen Palmer know (Helenpalm10@aol.com). Thanks.
The European Parliament Election will be held on Thursday 22nd May and our church hall will be used for this event. We need to provide a rota of volunteers to man the church from 6am until 10.30pm. The rota is in 2 hour slots for volunteer names and is located on the Hall of Friendship notice board. Three slots are still to be filled – 7 – 9am, 1 – 3pm and 3 – 5pm. Please add your name to the rota if you can fill any of these times and if you have any questions contact Ian Messer.
Members of the property committee would like to invite people to join them in the annual clean up day 31st May 9am to 12 We are looking for people to clean in the church buildings, group members to clean out old unwanted items from their cupboards.
We also want a gardening group to work in the Manse
Every week flowers brighten up our church because we have a flower ministry. Some people new to our church and also not so new may not know how it operates. Briefly here is how it works, there’s a Flower List in the Hall of Friendship (that’s the name for the area between the sanctuary and the church hall), simply write your name beside the date on which you want to donate the church flowers. Most people donate church flowers to commemorate dates special to them, such as a birthday, anniversary or the passing of a loved one. Typical donations are around £20 and the money should be given to Evelyn Eadie, usually on the Sunday before the date in question or on the particular Sunday. Evelyn purchases and expertly arranges the flowers in the church. After the service, you’ll see several ladies arrange the flowers into bundles. These flowers are then distributed to people, mainly within our parish but this is not a prerequisite, who are ill, house-bound or just in need of encouragement. There’s also a ‘flower box’ for donations, located in the middle of the rear pew.
Thanks for continuing to support this very important ministry.