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SUNDAY 23 JUNE  2019

AND BEYOND

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ON PRAISE TODAY - 23 JUNE 2019

 

The

VISIT LAXEY VALLEY HERITAGE TRAIL

officially opens at Christ Church in Laxey on Saturday 29 June at 12 noon

I talk with Dr Richard Hubbard and his cousin Valerie Kinrade, who have done an enormous amount of research and work to get this project off the ground, and to Rev Jo Dudley, vicar of Christ Church, who is thrilled that the church can serve the community as the Heritage Trail Welcome Centre, as well as being a place of worship

 

If you’d like to dress in costume and guide visitors through the Heritage Trail,

email Reverend Jo Dudley at

jodudley56@gmail.com

 

or write to

 

The Vicarage

56 Ard Reayrt

Ramsey Road

Laxey

Isle of Man

IM4 7QQ

 

or phone

 

01624 861989

 

IOM Christian Aid representative LOUISE WHITELEGG explains THE TIME IS NOW movement which is gaining support on the Island.  There will be a protest on Wednesday 26 June in London, and we will mirror the London event here on the Island  - these are the details :-

 

The time is NOW to stand up, to speak out and help protect our planet for future generations to come.

We heard the youth voice at the student protest. This is YOUR opportunity to show your support, speak out for the planet, for your children’s future.

 

There is a march planned for the 26th of June in Douglas called the time is now. Please share this information with your friends, your groups, your work places

 

The Times:

From 11am:

Meet at the Promenade Methodist Church, Douglas. Bring your lunch and join us for banner making - then at 12noon we will listen to the speeches live streamed from the London march.

 

At 1pm:

Turning left from the Promenade Methodist Church, the marchers will walk along Loch Promenade, turn in to Marina Road, walk through Strand Street, Duke Street, turning right on Victoria Street, up Prospect Hill, arriving at our destination of Tynwald

 

At 1.40pm:

Short speeches made on the steps of Tynwald on topical issues

 

2pm SET YOUR ALARM!!!! The time is now – set off the alarm clock you’ll be bringing with you!

 

2.05pm Presentation of THE ASKS, followed by dispersal of march.

 

The Asks are:

 

  1. Keep fossil fuels in the ground
  2. Fossil fuel divestment – ethical investment
  3. The Fare free campaign  - https://www.facebook.com/Fare-Free-Campaign-Isle-of-Man-627852321021035/ free public transport

 

A couple of other questions people are asking :

 

Why Wednesday? This march mirrors the London march which is during the normal working week to present asks to parliament

 

What is The Time is Now Movement – the march started in the UK with the UK Climate Coalition. There are over 100 organisations taking part. For more information please see https://www.theclimatecoalition.org/thetimeisnow

 

MUSIC ON PRAISE TODAY :

is by the harmony duo CAIM  (Heather Innes and Jacynth Hamill) taken from their CD  “God of the elements”

Parts of the Lindisfarne Liturgy

and

St Patrick’s Breastplate

 

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The amazing SCOTT BROTHERS are coming!

 

International concert organist, Jonathan Scott and his equally talented brother, concert pianist and animator Tom Scott, will give performances on :

Friday, June 28th and  Saturday, June 29th (at the Erin Arts' Centre)

Sunday June 30th (at St. Matthew’s Church, North Quay, Douglas).

Tickets for the first two concerts are available from the Erin Arts' Centre box-office (832 662)

 

Jonathan Scott's concert at St. Matthew's in Douglas is free of charge: an unmissable opportunity to hear this outstanding player on one of our finest instruments

 

These links will give you an idea of their very remarkable abilities:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBoGtpqDcTQ

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKEf_IvTgIk

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eq_jzx-gLBk

 

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The Manx Methodist Historical Society

will meet at the

Manx Museum Library

on Saturday 29th June at 2.30pm.

Manx National Heritage Archivist

Wendy Thirkettle

will show some items

held in the museum's Methodist Archive. Everyone will be made most welcome

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THE ISLAND SPIRITUALITY NETWORK

MEETS AGAIN ON

SATURDAY

13 JULY

IN

ST JOHN’S MILL

from 10am - 1pm

 We look forward to welcoming our guest speaker :

Reverend ALEX BROWN

        talking about pioneering in Douglas

 

There is no set charge for ISN meetings though a suggested voluntary donation of £10 helps to defray our expenses.  However, no one is EVER asked for money (we just provide a basket at the back of the room, for anyone to place a donation if they wish) so please DO NOT stay away for financial reasons.   What better way to spend a Saturday morning than to gather together, sharing, reflecting and learning from one another.   We look forward to seeing you on Saturday18 May and to renewing fellowship and friendship

 

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SUNSET CITYZENS

in

Grace Baptist Church

Market Street, Peel

is on its summer break now

Returning in September

Watch this space!

 

DIRECTIONS  -  From Market Place, Market Street is to the right hand side when facing the Wildlife Shop.  From The Prom - Market Street is almost opposite the Kiosk, and to the right of the Marine Pub

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THE CHURCHES OF

THE PARISH OF THE NORTHERN PLAIN   

uniting the churches in

Andreas, Ballaugh, Jurby, Sulby and St Jude’s

Parish Clergy -

The Rector -  Rev’d Iaen Skidmore

The Rectory, Churchtown, Ramsey IM7 2AN –

Voicemail   -  897873

Reverend William Mackay - 815045

 

 

THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH :-

 

SERVICES IN THE PARISH ON

SUNDAY 23 JUNE

 

 

 

 

9.45am  - St STEPHEN’S, SULBY                           

Holy Communion with The Rector

 

9.45am - BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH          

Morning Prayer with Peter Shimmin

 

11.15am - KIRK ANDREAS                                   

Holy Communion with The Rector

 

6.00pm - BALLAUGH OLD CHURCH at The Cronk Evening Prayer with Peter Shimmin

 

 

PRAYER TIME AT 10am EVERY MONDAY in the Community Room in BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH. Come and pray, in an informal group, for personal intentions, for our parish, and for the wider world. Hot drinks and a chat on arrival

 

MID WEEK SERVICE at 9.30am EVERY WEDNESDAY in St Stephen’s Sulby - HOLY COMMUNION - a simple, prayerful service (30 minutes) - ideal for those who, perhaps for health reasons, need a shorter service

 

 

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TAIZE WORSHIP

ON THE LAST FRIDAY IN EVERY MONTH, in St Stephen’s Church in Sulby village,  there’s a time of quiet prayer and reflection in words and music, in the style of the Taize Ecumenical Monastic Community.      

There’s a warm welcome for everyone - TAIZE services are times of gentle, relaxed worship - a more informal time of prayer that’s very popular with those who don’t feel ‘at home’ at a more formal Sunday service

THE NEXT TAIZE SERVICE WILL BE AT 7pm JUNE 28th 2019

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ST STEPHEN’S CHURCH HALL - SULBY

IS THE HOME OF

THE MONDAY CLUB

reaches out to anyone who would like some company and something interesting to do, on a regular basis,

in a happy, relaxed and informal atmosphere.

NO MEMBERSHIP COSTS

Just come along any Monday when you’re free

 

Monday June 24

OUT TO LUNCH

12.30pm

Meet at Babbages Bistro

Mountain View Innovation Centre

on Jurby Road

 

If you need more details

ring one of the organisers

 

Anne Heap  - 898242

Mary Webb - 898295

Carole Buckler - 880433

 

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SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

at the crossroads on the Sulby Straight opposite the Sulby Glen Hotel                         and Caley’s Store

Unless otherwise stated, there will be traditional Sunday worship in Sulby Methodist Church each Sunday at 10.30am

Sunday 23rd June

 

6.30pm - Mariners Choir

Preacher - Marilyn Cannell

Soloist- Mike Durber

 

Saturday 29th June

 

1pm on Sulby Claddagh -  fun afternoon organized by Lezayre Commissioners & the young farmers Sulby Methodist Church will have a stall  - instant draw, win a hamper, biscuit decorating, and crafts etc. The Methodist circuit ‘Bus of Blessings’ will be on site.

MESSY CHURCH

WILL  NOW BE HELD REGULARLY IN

SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

(NOT the Community Hall as previously)

 

 

FRIDAY FELLOWSHIP - every Friday morning in Sulby Methodist Church - a time for making friends, with something different on offer each week.

Friday Fellowship starts with coffee and cakes at 10.45am then the session starts at 11am  - ALL WELCOME

 

 

FRIENDSHIP GROUP FOR TODDLERS, PARENTS AND CARERS  meets on a Wednesday afternoon each month - the next monthly baby/toddler/ carer get-together is on Wednesday 13th March at 2pm

 

See church notices for more details or phone 897364

 

 

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BALDRINE

METHODIST CHAPEL SERVICES

have a service at 11am on a Sunday morning

Refreshments served at close of service

with a warm welcome to all to come and join us

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AGNEASH

METHODIST CHAPEL

 

YOU ARE WARMLY INVITED TO JOIN

BIBLE FELLOWSHIP 2019

LOOKING AT

THE S TORY OF JESUS - PART TWO

THE WORK OF THE APOSTLES

AND THE GROWTH OF THE EARLY CHURCH

AS SET OUT IN THE BOOK OF ACTS

 

THE GROUP MEETS ON THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7.30pm in

AGNEASH CHAPEL

Refreshments will be served

 

JULY 3

Acts 17 and 18 - Rev Steve Ingrouille

 

AUGUST 7

Acts 19 and 20 - Rev David Shirtliff

 

SEPTEMBER 4

Acts 21 and 22 - Rev Rebecca Ingrouille

 

OCTOBER 2

Acts 23 - 28 - Mrs Brenda Kinnish

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CHRIST CHURCH - LAXEY

 

 

Sunday 23 June

 

10.30am - Holy Communion

 

Saturday 29 June  (Laxey Fair Day)

 

12noon - Launch of VISIT LAXEY VALLEY HERITAGE TRAIL - Christ Church is the Visitor Centre for this major new not-for-profit charity -   and it will be open from 10am - 4pm daily

 

Sunday 30 June

 

10.30am - Holy Communion  NB AT ST ADAMNAN’S

 

CHRIST CHURCH IS  TAKING PART IN THE IOM FLOWER

FESTIVAL   BETWEEN 29 JUNE - 6 JULY

OPENING 11am - 5pm DAILY

Sunday 7 July

 

Christ Church welcomes the Choir from St Peter’s Parish Church in Onchan,  to lead a service of Sung Evensong at Christ Church, Laxey at 6.30pm  - all welcome

 

 

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LONAN OLD CHURCH - ST ADAMNAN’S

 

TRADITIONAL SUMMER SERVICES 2019

 

ALL SERVICES ARE ON A WEDNESDAY EVENING AND START AT 7.30pm

 

3rd July - Songs of Praise Sea Service with Reverend Bill Martin and soloist Mr Graham Crowe

 

17th July - Songs of Praise with Mr Nigel Cretney and soloist Anne Cretney

 

31st July - Songs of Praise with Dr Tim Grass and soloists Matilda and Scarlett Clague

 

14th August - Songs of Praise with Mrs Jean Guthrie and soloist Miss Alexandra Slater

 

28th August - Songs of Praise with Canon Philip Gillespie and soloist Dr John Snelling

 

NB NB  -  SUNDAY  8th September - HARVEST THANKSGIVING with Reverend John Guilford and soloist Mrs Jane Corkill

 

Note - clergy, soloists and organists may be subject to change - To keep up to date, follow us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/stadamnanslonan

 

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ST PETER’S PARISH CHURCH

ONCHAN

 

Sung Evensong with St Peter’s Church Choir at 6.30pm on the 4th Sunday of each month

 

The next Service of Sung Evensong will be at 6.30pm on Sunday 24 June - all welcome

 

We have an extra Evensong Service - Sunday 7 July at 6.30pm  St Peter’s Church Choir will sing in Christ Church, Laxey - the service will be led by Rev Jo Dudley

 

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PROMENADE METHODIST CHURCH

DOUGLAS

    

 

SUNDAY 23RD JUNE 2019

 

      10:30 AM – There will be a CONGREGATIONAL PRAISE WORSHIP SERVICE led by members of the Promenade Methodist Church Family. 

 

           8:00pm – SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PROM - guest performers, “THE LON VANE LADIES CHOIR”.  Admission is free, refreshments will be served after the concert and there will be an opportunity to give a donation towards Prom Church funds. 

SEE POSTER BELOW FOR FULL DETAILS OF THE SNAP PROGRAMME - A DIFFERENT CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT AT 8pm

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 26TH JUNE 2019

 

      7:00pm

      The first of the Prom’s Mystery Evening Coach Tours, Exploring People and Places, guided by Frank Cowin, will take place. The cost is £14.00 for adults and £10.50 for children and this Tour will take in the North of the Island and is followed by supper at St Paul’s Church in Ramsey. 

 

Please book in person at the Churches Bookshop, Howard Street, (the entrance is at the rear of the Promenade Methodist Church), or telephone 621593. 

 

PLEASE SEE POSTER BELOW FOR FULL DETAILS OF THIS AND OTHER MYSTERY EVENING COACH TOURS

 

 

 SATURDAY 29TH JUNE 2019

 

      10:00 AM:

·         THE TOP HALL – Café Lingo’s Meet and Chat

 

·         THE COFFEE LOUNGE – The Prom Coffee Morning

 

      3:3Opm – 5:30pmThe Top Hall and the Sanctuary - THE PROM MESSY CHURCH - Something to interest and involve all ages - with food too!! ALL WELCOME

 

PLEASE NOTE

CAFE LINGO IS NOW ON SUMMER BREAK

but Cafe Lingo students are warmly invited to come to the Saturday Morning MEET AND CHAT  in the Prom Top Hall, where they’ll find Cafe Lingo friends happy to help with conversation practice, over a cuppa and a biscuit!

 

CAFE LINGO IS OPEN from 10.15am - 11.45am DURING SCHOOL  TERM TIMES

It is the perfect place to come if you’re new to the Island and English isn’t your first language - Cafe Lingo  offers help with language and also with ways of getting the most from Island life -  for example - how to access services either as a user or a volunteer, it make ‘students’ aware of opportunities for personal development/enrichment, offers help to socialise, develop friendships and relationships - and  it’s all delivered  in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with light refreshments served too.  Cafe Lingo is open to everyone of any faith or no faith - and there is no charge - just a warm welcome for all !

CHECK BACK HERE FOR DETAILS OF THE

START OF THE CAFE LINGO AUTUMN TERM

 

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT SUNDAY 30 JUNE

 

The United Conference Service will be held at Trinity Methodist Church at Rosemount, Douglas

 

It will be live-streamed and all are welcome to come and share this joyous celebration of all that it means to be part of a world-wide church

This will be a longer service than usual, as it includes a number of elements, not least the reception of all those who will be ordained later in the day including our own Andy Fishburne.

 

We will be joining in the service broadcast live from the conference venue in Birmingham.

 

The broadcast begins at 10:15am  with half an hour of worship songs as people assemble and the service proper begins at 10:45am

 

It will finish around 1pm.

 

Please aim to be in your seats by 10:40am

 

The sermon will be preached by the new President of Conference,   Revd. Barabara Glasson who will be visiting the island in May next year

 

ALL WELCOME !!

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TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH

ROSEMOUNT

DOUGLAS

 

 

SUNDAY  —  June 23rd

 

10.30am - Morning Worship led by Rev’d Richard Hall

 

 

SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT SUNDAY 30 JUNE

 

The United Conference Service will be held at Trinity Methodist Church at Rosemount, Douglas

 

It will be live-streamed and all are welcome to come and share this joyous celebration of all that it means to be part of a world-wide church

This will be a longer service than usual, as it includes a number of elements, not least the reception of all those who will be ordained later in the day including our own Andy Fishburne.

 

We will be joining in the service broadcast live from the conference venue in Birmingham.

 

The broadcast begins at 10:15am  with half an hour of worship songs as people assemble and the service proper begins at 10:45am

 

It will finish around 1pm.

 

Please aim to be in your seats by 10:40am

 

The sermon will be preached by the new President of Conference,   Revd. Barabara Glasson who will be visiting the island in May next year

 

All are welcome - refreshments after all services

 

 

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ALL SAINTS HALL

SELBOURNE DRIVE

DOUGLAS

 

The very popular MONTHLY  pre-school group called  'Messy Tots'

meets in All Saints Hall

(entrance on Selbourne Drive)

 

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE NEXT MEETING DATE

 

Playtime, Bible stories, songs -

and refreshments!

All welcome!

 

LOOK OUT FOR DETAILS OF THE

NEXT MEETING OF ‘MESSY TOTS’

 

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ST GEORGE’S CHURCH

 

OPPOSITE BAR GEORGE

DOUGLAS

 

Come along to St George’s Church

on Saturday 13th July at 3pm

for

‘Saints, Sinners and Strawberries ‘

a guided tour of St George’s Church

and grounds

followed by a Strawberry Tea.

 

You’ll hear about some of the colourful characters connected to St George’s,

take a close up look at the stained glass windows

and have the opportunity to climb the bell tower

 

Children will have a special heritage trail to follow

 

Admission £5 adults, £2.50 children

 

Please ring 626860 for tickets

 

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ST THOMAS’S CHURCH

FINCH ROAD

DOUGLAS

 

 

The usual pattern of Sunday services in St Thomas’s is:

First Sunday in the month -  9.30am - Holy Communion

                                   11.00am - Family Service (informal)

                                                                             

Second Sunday in the month - 

11.00am - Holy Communion

with Adventurers Sunday School

Third Sunday in the month -   

9.30am - Holy Communion

11.00am - Family Worship

with Adventurers Sunday School

Fourth and Fifth Sundays - 

11.00am - Holy Communion

with Adventurers Sunday School

WEDNESDAY NIGHT

SUMMER CONCERTS

are now in full swing in

ST THOMAS’S CHURCH

at 7.45pm

Free admission

with refreshments afterwards

 

 

26th June    Lon Vane Ladies Choir.    

Conductor Mrs  Christine Bregazzi

 

3rd July.       Glenfaba Chorale. Conductor. Mrs Muriel Corkish

 

10th July.        Coardaylis. - choral  and instrumental group -        Conductor Mrs Cathy  Quayle

 

17th July.   Musicale.  Conductor John Riley

 

24th July.  Lon Dhoo Male Voice Choir.

Conductor. Mrs Wendy Mc Dowell

 

31st July.   Women in Song    Conductor  Mrs Karen Elliot

 

 

As usual there will be tea and delicious cakes available afterwards for which a donation is requested to boost church funds.

  

 

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ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH

 

Services of Holy Communion are usually  held each Sunday at 10.30am  in the Jim Crosbie Memorial Hall  at the junction of Park Road and Derby Road, Douglas (Please note that there are several stairs to the meeting room, so currently access is not suitable for wheelchair users)

=======================================There’s an open invitation to THE CAT WITH NO TAIL PUB  at Governor’s Hill, DOUGLAS,  to join them for Sunday at Ten - the relaxed and informal service held there in the pub every Sunday  morning at ten am.  It’s suitable for all ages,  and light refreshments are served afterwards.  New faces are always welcome!

 

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HAVE YOU EVER FELT EXCLUDED FROM CHURCH ?


If you have, then OPEN TABLE is for YOU !

Open Table is committed to a vision of faith which is creative in worship, progressive and inclusive of everyone. Whoever you are and wherever you are from, you are welcome here.

Open Table@IOM is a safe, affirming, Communion Service for ALL people, but offers a very warm welcome to the LGBTI+, their family + Christian community, and those seeking
a more Inclusive Church for all

Open Table is held on the FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH in

St Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Glencrutchery Road, Douglas - doors open at 6pm for 6.30pm  informal service with refreshments to follow. Interested? Just come along and be made welcome - or if you’d like to know more, contact Diane on 262 838

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CHURCHES BOOKSHOP in Howard Street, Douglas - off Strand Street, just behind the Promenade Methodist Church -  is packed with Bibles, Christian books, DVD’s, CD’s and reasonably-priced original gifts PLUS a great selection of greeting cards for all ocassions - AND  NOW IT’S OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK! Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm

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GLEN MAYE METHODIST CHURCH

 

 

IN GLEN MAYE METHODIST CHURCH AND COMMUNITY CENTRE  ON THE FIRST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH  -  THERE’S A CRAFT FAIR!

THE NEXT CRAFT FAIR WILL BE ON

THE FIRST SATURDAY IN JULY

THERE’S A  MONTHLY CRAFT MARKET in Glen Maye Chapel and Community Centre,  open from 11am to 3pm.    Call in for quality crafts, cards, jewellery, knitwear  and gifts, as well as home made produce  - and so much more.  Free entry, and there’s food too - home made lunches, hot drinks and cakes - and if you’ve not been before, just look out for the bunting and banners as you drive through Glen Maye.

 

The Craft Market is now a regular part of Glen Maye life - there’s one on the first Saturday of every month except in August, so if you’d like to book a sales table :

Contact Debbie on 845 681

 

 

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THE CATHEDRAL, PEEL

 

For full details see    www.cathedral.im

 

SUNDAY 23  JUNE

 

8.30am BCP Said Eucharist

 

10.30am - Choral Eucharist for Corpus Christi, sung by the full choral foundation. The setting is by John Ireland with a Festival Anthem by former organ scholar, Jack Oades.

12.00pm Blessing, dedication and formal opening of the ML Wood Song School (ML Wood was the first organist of Peel and founder of the Guild) by the Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man.

The Cathedral Chorister's Song School has had a £70,000 refurbishment and development. The opening will be followed by tea and cake in the Cathedral. Open to all, come and have a skeet at the amazing transformation, all for the better training of Cathedral Choristers of the future.

 

3.30pm Sung Evening Prayer with Benediction for Corpus Christi

 

 

Refreshments are available after all Cathedral services,  and  don’t forget everyone is welcome to the BIG TABLE CAFE that’s open every Monday lunchtime between noon and 2pm,  in the Corrin Hall in the grounds of the Cathedral - a time to share good food and friendship - eat what you want, and pay whatever you can - there’s no fixed charges - but if there are any surplus funds they’ll be shared between the IOM Food Bank and the Mothers Union South Sudan Relief Fund - two charities tackling hunger at home and abroad

 

For more Cathedral information go to www.cathedral.im

 

THE MUSIC AND ARTS FOUNDATION

HAVE A FULL PROGRAMME OF CONCERTS PLANNED FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS -

FULL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND HERE:

 

http://www.cathedral.im/concert-calendar

 

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CROSBY METHODIST CHAPEL

 

Sunday 23 June

 

11:00am     CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY SERVICE

      which will be led by Mr Paul Craine

 

TEA AND BISCUITS WILL BE SERVED IN THE HALL AFTERWARDS

 

EVERYONE WILL BE MADE VERY WELCOME

 

 

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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, DALBY

 

IN THE CHURCH

AND

IN THE SCHOOLROOM

 

 

 

If you’d like more information please contact Cheryl Cousins  at : cherylcouins@manx.net  

 

OR take a look at the website : www.stjamesdalby.org/communityevents 

 

Cheryl Cousins  -  Local Minister for Dalby Village  & St. James Church.

Tel : 843471             www.stjamesdalby.org

 

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SERVICES IN RUSHEN PARISH

 

SUNDAY 23  JUNE

 

9.30am - Kirk Christ - Holy Communion

 

11am - St Mary’s, Port St Mary - Morning Prayer

 

11am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - Holy Communion

 

3.15pm - St Peter’s, Cregneash - Evening Prayer

 

 

SUNDAY 30  JUNE

 

11am - Kirk Christ - Joint Holy Communion

 

3.15pm - St Peter’s, Cregneash - Evening Prayer

 

 

SUNDAY 7 JULY

 

8am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - Holy Communion

 

9.30am - Kirk Christ - Morning Prayer + Baptism

 

11am - St Mary’s, Port St Mary - Holy Communion

 

11am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - Morning Prayer

 

3.15pm - St Peter’s, Cregneash - Evening Prayer

 

 

OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS

IN THE PARISH OF RUSHEN

 

 

ON THE FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH  -

SOUP INN IS OPEN

FROM 12 noon - 1.30pm

in the Hall next to St Catherine’s Church in PORT ERIN

Soup, sandwiches, puddings and hot and cold drinks

All welcome

No fixed charges -   donations welcome

THE NEXT SOUP INN WILL BE ON  THURSDAY 4 JULY

ST CATHERINE’S CHURCH IN PORT ERIN

is taking part in the IOM FLOWER FESTIVAL

between 30 June and 6 July

Church open daily

 

CONCERT ON THURSDAY 4 JULY

Meadowside Choral Society  -  7.45pm

Free admission - refreshments in the Hall next to the Church, after the concert

Donations to Church funds would be welcomed

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There will be a retiring collection taken at the end of each concert,  which will be split between the church and the performers, and refreshments will be served in St Catherine’s Hall next to the Church

 

 

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SERVICES IN THE

SOUTHERN

METHODIST CHURCHES

 

The Ministry Team is

Reverend David Shirtliff - 621968

Reverend Chris Belfield -  834305

 

NB - Churches are listed in alphabetical order - NOT in the order of time of service

 

 

SERVICES FOR SUNDAY 23 JUNE

 

Ballabeg, 6:30 pm

Rev David Shirtliff, Holy Communion

Ballafesson, 10:30 am

John Corkish

Ballagarey, 11:00 am

Sue Yardy, Sunday School Anniversary

Castletown. 10:30 am

Elaine Christian

Colby, 10:30 am

Rev David Shirtliff, Holy Communion

Port Erin, 10:30 am

Congregational Praise

Port St Mary, 10:30 am

Bert Quayle

The Howe, 6:30 pm

Sue Yardy

 

 

 

 

Next Sunday’s SERVICES – 30th jUNE 2019

 

Trinity Church, Douglas,

10:30 am

All-island united morning service for Conference Sunday

 

 

Ballabeg, 6:30 pm

Kevin Mort

Ballakilpheric, 3:00 pm

Rev Rebecca Ingrouille, Holy Communion

The Howe,

6:30 pm

Rev David Shirtliff

 

 

 

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

 

Tues 25th June: 10:00 – 11:30 am: Coffee Morning at Port Erin

 

Thursdays - 10:00 - 11:30 am: Coffee Morning at Castletown Church

 

Wed 26th June, 7:00 pm: Evening Coach Tour to the north of the island, with supper at St Paul's Church in Ramsey. Leaving from Promenade Church, Douglas.

Cost £14.00 & £10.50 children   

Booking at the Churches Bookshop or by telephoning 621593

 

Thurs 27th June: 3:00 pm: T@3 - afternoon tea at Ballagarey

 

Thurs 27th June, 7:30 pm: Tabor on Thursday – FILM NIGHT 

£5.00 admission includes light refreshments

 

Tues 2nd July, 10:00 – 11:30 am: Coffee Morning at Port Erin

 

Tues 9th July: 10:00 – 11:30 am: Coffee Morning at Ballafesson

 

18th July - Coffee Afternoon at Ballafesson - starts at 2pm

 

30th July - Coffee Morning at Ballafesson - 10am - 11.30am

 

 

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BALLAKILPHERIC CHAPEL

 

SERVICES FORTNIGHTLY

AT 3pm

 

30th June

 

Reverend Rebecca Ingrouille

Holy Communion

 

 

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SERVICES IN

ARBORY PARISH

 

 

ST COLUMBA, ARBORY

 

USUAL SERVICE TIME IS 10.30am on a Sunday

 

 

 

ST MARY’S ON THE HARBOUR, CASTLETOWN

 

USUAL SERVICE TIME IS 10.30am on  Sunday

 

 

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MARINERS’ SERVICES

2019

THE FOLLOWING SERVICES

ALL START AT 6.30pm

and are followed by

supper and community hymn singing

 

 

23 JUNE SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Mrs Marilyn Cannell

 

All enquiries to Peter Corrin -

email:     petercarine.corrin@manx.net