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THE PRAISE NOTICE BOARD

SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER  2019

AND BEYOND

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judithley@manxradio.com

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‘THOUGHT FOR THE DAY’ BROADCAST MONDAY - FRIDAY  ON MANX RADIO IS NOW AVAILABLE AS A WEEKLY PODCAST ?

‘THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK’  is a combination of 5 daily thoughts - all in one handy podcast! Why not give it a try?

 

ON PRAISE TODAY - 29 SEPTEMBER

 

Discovering the hidden power of storytelling - not just for children, but for adults too!

We talk to national trainers Rachel Bainton and Susie Steel

Find out all about Godly Play at www.godlyplay.uk

 

We start to follow John Anderson as he walks from Lands End to John O’Groats to raise money for International Justice Mission UK - a global charity freeing those held in slavery, and those who are victims of people trafficking - find out more at www.ijmuk.org and follow John as he walks at www.johnswalkforfreedom.co.uk

 

And we find out how a story told by Pam Rhodes on her recent visit to the Island, inspired John ‘Dog’ Callister to write a prize-winning poem.

 

MUSIC ON PRAISE TODAY :

 

COME YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME

Sung by The Festival Choir and Hosanna Chorus

 

WE PLOUGH THE FIELDS AND SCATTER THE GOOD SEED ….

Sung by Norwich Cathedral Choir

 

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 ST LUKE’S CHURCH

BALDWIN

 

Sunday 29 September  - Harvest Service - 6.30pm

All most welcome

 

Monday 30 September   -   Harvest Concert and Supper  7.30pm  Entertainment by Nicola O'Conner, Ruth Shimmin and Helen Furner

with Graham Crowe. 

Accompanied by Don Roworth. 

Auction of local produce and raffle. 

Admission £5

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BRIDE METHODIST CHURCH

29 September

6.30pm

Old Scholars Service

With Mrs Rita Norrey

Refreshments afterwards

HARVEST SERVICES

Sunday 13 OCTOBER

2.30pm with Rev Rebecca Ingrouille

6.30pm with Mrs Brenda Kinnish followed by supper

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ST OLAVE’S CHURCH

BOWRING ROAD

RAMSEY

29 SEPTEMBER

10.30am

FAREWELL SERVICE FOR

REV BRIAN AND MARY EVANS-SMITH

This will be a service

of Holy Communion

followed by a buffet lunch

served at noon

All welcome

Thoughts shared by Rev Brian in his last parish magazine :

‘I believe churches are meant for praising God, but so are early morning car rides, showers, coffee shops, the gym, conversations with friends, meeting strangers .… Don’t let a building confine your faith because we will never change the world by just going to church, we need to BE the church.’

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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, DALBY

 

HARVEST WEEKEND

 

Dalby Harvest Afternoon Cream Teas

in the schoolrooms :

from 2.30pm on Sun 6th October

 

We’d love you to come and join us as we celebrate our country Harvest with an afternoon tea by the fireside in Dalby schoolrooms.

The church and schoolrooms will be decorated throughout, and tea with a varied selection of homemade sandwiches, cakes, meringues and cream scones will be served from 2.30pm.

NB> This is by prior booking only @£10  per person, to reserve seats please ring Gilly on 844031

If you are booking as a group,  please book all members at the same time so that we can seat you together, and let us know if you have any special dietary requirements. There will be homemade produce and cakes also available for sale.

Proceeds after costs will go to our two charities of the year: Mannin Sepsis and the Pahar Trust Nepal, as well as the Church Restoration Fund.

 

 

Dalby Harvest Home is at 5.30pm

in St. James Church, 

 

led by Cheryl Cousins  and with traditional hymns, the Manx Choir Cliogaree Twoiee and soloist Paul Costain.

There will be reflections by different speakers and farmers who will share their own harvest stories .

The Service will be followed by refreshments in the schoolrooms, everyone is always very welcome!

 

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

Diocesan Environmental Officer.

Local Minister for Dalby Village

& St. James Church.

Tel : 843471

www.stjamesdalby.org

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WHEN JURBY CHURCH WAS BUILT

An exhibition celebrating 200 years of history surrounding Jurby Church

Open daily rom 10am to 4pm up to and including 20th October

Book Bus Vannin Connect Villages the day before you want to travel, for transport to Jurby Church gate

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SERVICES & EVENTS

IN THE

PARISH OF THE NORTHERN PLAIN

 

START THE WEEK with informal prayer and fellowship - Hot drinks & biscuits on arrival,  then prayer for ourselves and those we love, for our parish, and for the wider world - BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH each Monday at 10.00am

 

MID-WEEK HOLY COMMUNION - this simple, prayerful service is a great spiritual top-up (lasts 30 minutes) EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 9.30am in ST STEPHEN’S, SULBY - with a warm welcome for all

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Taize worship in St Stephen’s on the last Friday of every month - with a warm welcome for all

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SERVICES IN OUR PARISH - SUNDAY 29 SEPT

 

9.45am - ST STEPHEN’S, SULBY - Morning Prayer with Judith Ley

 

9.45am - BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH - HARVEST THANKSGIVING with The Rector

 

11.15am - KIRK ANDREAS - Holy Communion (BCP) with The Rector

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HARVEST CELEBRATIONS in the Parish

 

BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH will celebrate their HARVEST SERVICE SUNDAY 29th at 9:45am

 

HARVEST PRAISE in BALLAUGH OLD CHURCH at The Cronk

6pm on Sunday 13 OCTOBER

 

St Stephen’s Church in SULBY have a HARVEST WEEKEND

on 4th and 6th OCTOBER

SUPPER AND SONGS on Friday 4th in St Stephen’s Hall -

Doors open 6.30pm

Supper at 7pm - delicious home made cottage pie with vegetables, with choice of desserts and tea/coffee/soft drinks

 

Followed by entertainment by DILYS SOWREY and GRAHAM CROWE

 

Tickets (£7) are essential - this will be a sell-out!

Get yours from Anne Heap in person at St Stephen’s

or ring  898242 to reserve.

There’ll be a raffle, too!

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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 23rd September

 

BOOK CLUB @ MARY’S HOUSE

With tea and cakes

2pm

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Monday 30th September

 

In

St Stephen’s Hall

At 2pm

 

Recycle old colour magazines and paperback books into fun items!

Or enjoy a game of Scrabble

Tea and Cakes - of course !

Suggested donation £2

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Monday

7th October

In

St Stephen’s Hall

At 12.30pm

 

Soups, Puds and a Quiz

Suggested donation £2

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Monday

14th October

In

St Stephen’s Hall

At 2pm

 

A visit from Isle of Man Creameries

For a talk and tastings!

With tea and cakes, too

Suggested donation £2

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Monday

21st October

 

OUT TO LUNCH

At 12.30pm

At

Glen Truan Golf Clubhouse

 

Booking essential

Contact Carole on 880433

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Monday 28th October

 

BOOK CLUB @ MARY’S HOUSE

With tea and cakes - naturally!

2pm

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ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

If you need more details

ring one of the organisers

 

Anne Heap  - 898242

Mary Webb - 898295

Carole Buckler - 880433

 

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ANDREAS YOUTH FILM CLUB

held in Kirk Andreas

(Andreas Parish Church)

on the following Fridays:

 

18 October

15 November

20 December

 

For Year 3 and above

Free entry

Tuck Shop available

Doors Open at 6pm

Film starts at 6.45pm

 

For more information, search social media

/andreasyouthfilmclub

 

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SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

at the crossroads on the Sulby Straight opposite the Sulby Glen Hotel                         

and Caley’s Store

Minister

Reverend Bryan Yardy

Tel: 897364

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SUNDAY SERVICES

 

WEEKLY TRADITIONAL SUNDAY WORSHIP AT 10.30am

PLUS THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL SERVICES :-

 

SUNDAY 13th OCTOBER

10.30am - MESSY CHURCH (in the church)

 

SUNDAY 20th OCTOBER

10.30am - HARVEST FESTIVAL

Gifts of tinned items are welcome for the Salvation Army and the Food Bank

 

SUNDAY 10th NOVEMBER

10.30am - REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY SERVICE

 

EXTRA SERVICE

SATURDAY AT 4pm

CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP

 

SUNDAY 24th NOVEMBER

10.30am - PLOUGH SERVICE

Music by Crosby Silver Band

Meet a plough horse and enjoy a ploughman’s snack

 

SUNDAY 1st DECEMBER

4pm - CHRISTINGLE SERVICE

 

CHRISTMAS EVE   24th DECEMBER

5pm - FAMILY CAROLS

 

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A NEW GROUP HAS STARTED ON A FRIDAY MORNING

 

‘Friday @ 11’ at Sulby Methodist Church - meets weekly for discussion, fellowship, guest speakers and Bible study

 

Friday 27th September

11am -  Bible Study led by Reverend Bryan Yardy

 

Friday 4th October

11am - Phil Faragher - stories of an undertaker!

 

Friday 11th October

11am -  Bible Study led by Reverend Bryan Yardy

 

Friday 18th October

11am - Coffee Morning in aid of church funds

 

Friday 25th October

11am -  Bible Study led by Reverend Bryan Yardy

 

Friday 1st November

11am -  TO BE ADVISED

 

Friday 8th November

11am -  Bible Study led by Reverend Bryan Yardy

 

Friday 15th November

11am - Coffee Morning in aid of church funds

 

Friday 22nd November

11am - Doris Kermeen -

Memories of plough horses Diamond and Daisy

 

Friday 29th November

11am - Bible Study led by Reverend Bryan Yardy

Or make Christingles

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FRIENDSHIP GROUP FOR TODDLERS, PARENTS AND CARERS  meets on a Wednesday afternoon each month at 2pm

 

See church notices for more details or phone 897364

 

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St JUDE’S

opposite ThIe ny Gaelgey

(The Old Schoolhouse)

on St Jude’s Road

SERVICES WILL BE  HELD IN ST JUDE’S

at 8.30am

on the following Sundays :

20th October

17th November

 

ST JUDE’S DAY - HARVEST THANKSGIVING

MONDAY 28th OCTOBER

7pm

In the church -  All welcome

 

ST JUDE’S SOUP DAY

SATURDAY 2nd NOVEMBER

From 11am - 4pm

at ThIe ny Gaelgey

(The Old Schoolhouse, opposite St Jude’s Church)

Soup and Bread - £4

Plus home-made cakes, jam and chutney to buy

Grand Hamper Raffle

CAROL SERVICE

THURSDAY 19th DECEMBER

6pm

In the church - all welcome

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CHRIST CHURCH - LAXEY

 

Sunday 29 September

 

10.30am - Holy Communion

 

Sunday 6 October

 

8am  -  Holy Communion

 

10.30am - Holy Communion and Thanksgiving for the Harvest

 

With a visiting choir of 31 singers from the Diocese of More in Norway.  Their organist is Robert Coates who was the organist at Christ Church in Laxey  in his teenage years.

 

Advance Dates :

 

Christmas Fayre - 30 November and 1 December in the Church - because the church will be in use for the Fayre, the Sunday service on 1 December will be in St Adamnan’s - Lonan Old Church

 

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LONAN OLD CHURCH - ST ADAMNAN’S

 

TRADITIONAL SUMMER SERVICES 2019

have finished now for this year -

thank you to all who supported them.

 

To keep up to date, follow us on Facebook - www.facebook.com/stadamnanslonan

 

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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

 

OCTOBER 2

Acts 23 - 28 - Mrs Brenda Kinnish

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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

 

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AGLOW INTERNATIONAL

The group for women

who want to draw closer to God

and deepen their spiritual life

 

Regular meetings will be on the 4th Monday of each month at

7.30pm

 

In

Onchan Elim Family Centre

For an evening of prayer and praise

All welcome

 

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PROMENADE METHODIST CHURCH

DOUGLAS 

 

 

SUNDAY 29th SEPTEMBER – 10:30am

 

Morning Worship led by Mr John Binns with special guest Reverend Graham Kent - former Curator of the Methodist Art Exhibition

 

 

CAFE LINGO NEWS

 

THE PERFECT PLACE TO LEARN ENGLISH AND HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF LIFE ON THE ISLE OF MAN

 

MEET AND CHAT

10am to 12noon

In the Top Hall of the Promenade Methodist Church, Douglas

It’s all FREE but donations are appreciated

EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

 

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CAFE LINGO

NEXT TERM :

 

12 OCTOBER 2019 - 25 MAY 2020

 

WHERE ?

 

THE TOP HALL OF THE PROMENADE METHODIST CHURCH

DOUGLAS

 

WHEN ?

SATURDAY MORNINGS FROM 10.15am - 11.45am

 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME - any nationality, age, faith or no faith

ITS FRIENDLY FUN AND FREE

Students’ children are welcome too

 

CONTACT KAREN FOR MORE INFORMATION - 458340

 

FIND US ON FACEBOOK - CAFE LINGO (ISLE OF MAN)

  CAFE LINGO - ISLE OF MAN

 

 

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TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH

ROSEMOUNT

DOUGLAS

 

Sunday - September 29th

 

10.30am -   Morning Worship led by Revd. Richard Hall

  • including a visit from the children involved in this year’s “Arty Church” project

 

Sunday - October 6th

 

10.30 am - Morning worship/Congregational Praise led by Trinity members

 

 

Sunday - October 13th

 

10.30 am Morning worship led by Revd. Richard Hall and including Holy Communion

 

ALL WELCOME

 

OTHER EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

AT  TRINITY

 

The Season of Fellowship

Tuesdays at 7.30pm.

These are held in Trinity, Rosemount, and all are welcome

 

SPECIAL CONCERT -

TRINITY CHURCH FELLOWSHIP

Invite you to

 

AN EVENING OF ENTERTAINMENT WITH

THE REGAL SINGERS

7.30pm    on Tuesday 15 OCTOBER

IN

TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH,

ROSEMOUNT, DOUGLAS

 

ALL WELCOME TO A GREAT NIGHT OF MUSIC!

£5 ADMISSION - PAY AT THE DOOR

INCLUDES LIGHT REFRESHMENTS

 

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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

THANK YOU

TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED THE VERY SUCCESSFUL SERIES OF SUMMER EVENING CONCERTS IN ST THOMAS’S -

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NEWS OF A SPECIAL CONCERT COMING IN OCTOBER …

St. Thomas' Church, Douglas will be hosting

Manx Concert Brass in Concert

at 7.30pm

on Thursday 24th October 2019

 

The concert will be followed by a hot supper of cottage pie,

(gluten free and vegetarian options will be available)

choice of desserts, and wine or soft drinks.

 

Tickets for the concert and supper are £15.00 and are available from church or via our website - www.stthomaschurch.im

 

Admission is free for anyone wishing to attend the concert without supper. However, donations towards church funds will be welcome.

 

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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

SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER

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 - now including BACON BAPS plus home made light 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

 

8.30am. -   BCP Said Eucharist

 

  

10.30am - Cathedral Eucharist (Cantor Led) with music by Thorne and Handel

 

 

3.30pm - Choral Evensong  is sung today by Voces Insulae. Music by Stanford, Ayleward and Handel.

 

 

 

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 FULL DETAILS CAN BE FOUND HERE:

 

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

 

 

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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, DALBY

 

HARVEST WEEKEND

 

Dalby Harvest Afternoon Cream Teas

in the schoolrooms :

from 2.30pm on Sun 6th October

 

We’d love you to come and join us as we celebrate our country Harvest with an afternoon tea by the fireside in Dalby schoolrooms.

The church and schoolrooms will be decorated throughout, and tea with a varied selection of homemade sandwiches, cakes, meringues and cream scones will be served from 2.30pm.

NB> This is by prior booking only @£10  per person, to reserve seats please ring Gilly on 844031

If you are booking as a group,  please book all members at the same time so that we can seat you together, and let us know if you have any special dietary requirements. There will be homemade produce and cakes also available for sale.

Proceeds after costs will go to our two charities of the year: Mannin Sepsis and the Pahar Trust Nepal, as well as the Church Restoration Fund.

 

 

Dalby Harvest Home is at 5.30pm

in St. James Church, 

 

led by Cheryl Cousins  and with traditional hymns, the Manx Choir Cliogaree Twoiee and soloist Paul Costain.

There will be reflections by different speakers and farmers who will share their own harvest stories .

The Service will be followed by refreshments in the schoolrooms, everyone is always very welcome!

 

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

Diocesan Environmental Officer.

Local Minister for Dalby Village

& St. James Church.

Tel : 843471

www.stjamesdalby.org

 

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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

 

Sunday 29  September

 

8.00am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - HOLY COMMUNION

 

11.00am - St Mary’s, Port St Mary - SHARED SERVICE FOR HARVEST THANKSGIVING

 

Sunday 6 October

 

8.00am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin -  HOLY COMMUNION

 

9.30am - Kirk Christ - HOLY COMMUNION

 

11.00am - St Mary’s, Port St Mary - HOLY COMMUNION

 

11.00am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - MORNING PRAYER WITH A BAPTISM

 

3.15pm - St Peter’s, Cregneash -  HARVEST FESTIVAL

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PORT ST MARY

METHODIST CHURCH

(MOUNT TABOR)

TASTY TABOR LUNCHES

THE NEXT ONE WILL BE ON

THURSDAY

11th OCTOBER

£5 FOR A DELICIOUS LUNCH

SERVED BETWEEN NOON AND 1.15pm

ALL WELCOME FOR FOOD AND FELLOWSHIP

IN A RELAXED AND HAPPY ATMOSPHERE

HARVEST CELEBRATIONS

AT MOUNT TABOR

(Port St Mary

Methodist Church)

 

Sunday 6 October

Morning Service

10.30am -  Mr Ken Quane

 

Followed by

HARVEST LUNCH

In the church hall

12.30pm

Booking Essential

See Rosemary

or any church member

 

Tuesday 8 October

Harvest Coffee Morning

10am - 11.30am

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THE ABBEY CHURCH

BALLASALLA

 

SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER

 

JOINT HARVEST COMMUNION SERVICE

11am

Led by Rev’d Peter Upton-Jones

 

All welcome

Gifts for the Salvation Army and Food Bank would be appreciated

 

 

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ISLE OF MAN

FREE METHODIST SERVICE

 

PORT ST MARY TOWN HALL

WEST ROOM

 

EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON

 

IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER

At 3pm

Everyone welcome

 

Contact the Preacher

Mr Peter Murcott

For more details

611483

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MARINERS’ SERVICES

 

NEW PROGRAMME FOR

2019/2020

 

THE SERVICES

ARE ALL IN

METHODIST CHURCHES OR CHAPELS

(unless otherwise indicated)

 

ALL START AT 6.30pm

 

and are followed by

supper and community hymn singing

 

 

 

13 October   Harvest at Ballabeg Rev’d Richard Hooton

 

3 November Port Erin Mrs Elaine Christian

 

17 November   Trinity, Douglas Rev’d David Shirtliff

 

2020

 

19 January Colby Rev’d Richard Hall

 

23 February The Abbey Church, Ballasalla (Anglican)

The Lord Bishop

 

8 March Peel Rev’d Steve Ingrouille

 

15 March Union Mills Judith Ley

 

29 March Port St Mary Mrs Jean Guthrie

 

5 April Glen Maye Rev’d Chris Belfield

 

19 April Ballaugh Parish Church (Anglican)

Rev’d Iaen Skidmore

 

26 April Baldrine Mrs Mary Black

 

3 May Bride Rev’d Andy Fishburne

 

17 May Crosby Mrs Rita Norrey

 

24 May The Howe Mrs Brenda Kinnish

 

14 June Laxey Rev’d Bryan Yardy

 

21 June Sandygate Mrs Marinda Fargher

28 June The Dhoon Church (Anglican)

Mr Nigel Cretney BM

 

All enquiries to Peter Corrin -

email:     petercarine.corrin@manx.net

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THE ISLAND SPIRITUALITY NETWORK

MEETS AGAIN

ON

THE SECOND SATURDAY

IN OCTOBER

in

ST JOHN’S MILL

from 10am - 1pm

 

DETAILS OF SPEAKER TO FOLLOW

There is no set charge for ISN meetings though a suggested voluntary donation of £10 helps towards expenses. However, no one is EVER asked for money (we just provide a basket for voluntary donations) so please DO NOT stay away for financial reasons.