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THE PRAISE NOTICE BOARD

FROM SUNDAY 20 JANUARY  2019

AND BEYOND     (THERE ARE DATES FOR YOUR DIARY TOO!)

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ON PRAISE TODAY - 20 JANUARY 2019

I visited CHURCHES BOOKSHOP  (in Howard Street, off Strand Street in Douglas) and talked to Shop Managers Andrew and Georgia Wedgewood-Maine about their Christian Writers Group and about the visit - in February - of  Michael Mwanikha

Find full details of Michael’s time on the Island (and get your tickets for the events he’ll be hosting) via the Churches Bookshop Facebook page - here’s the link:

www.facebook.com/churchesbookshop

I also talked to Reverend Richard Hall (leader of the Methodist Church on the Island) about lots of exciting new things starting in the Manx Methodist Churches during 2019 - including the first mention of

‘Bus Bannaghtyn’   

Keep listening for lots more about this mobile source of blessings, greetings - and cups of tea!!

The poem recited by Anne Clark is ‘Ward F4’ by Lancashire-born poet and journalist, Phoebe Hesketh

The programme  also included some words of Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Jnr taken from his “American Dream” speech, acknowledging Martin Luther King Day - a federal holiday in the USA on 21st January to celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jnr,

the  American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his assassination in 1968. Born in Atlanta in 1929, Reverend Dr King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence, a tactic his Christian beliefs helped inspire and for which he won the Nobel Peace prize in1964.

 

Music on PRAISE today was

Stand Up and Bless The Lord  (James Montgomery)

sung by The Coventry Singers

Let There Be Peace on Earth

sung by The Boys Choir of Harlem

and an instrumental version of The Prayer

played by Simeon Wood

 

And just in case you need it …..

On PRAISE last Sunday (13 January)

Reverend Steve Ingrouille

(Methodist Minister based in Onchan, Isle of Man)

talked about the pilgrimage he’s organising to the Holy Land from 29 October to 7 November 2019

If you’d like to discuss this with Steve, he can be contacted on 01624 674 464

AND IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET

Rev’d Steve and some of those who went on the Spring 2018 pilgrimage, they will be at Trinity Methodist Church at Rosemount in Douglas on Tuesday 29th January. Rev’d Steve will be talking about the pilgrimage experience and will be happy to answer any questions. It’s an open meeting with light refreshments, and a warm welcome for anyone who’d like to hear more about making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

A full colour brochure describing this year’s pilgrimage is available, either by phoning 01624 674 464

or a pdf of the brochure can be emailed to you

via Manx Radio

to request, email

judithley@manxradio.com

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SUNSET CITYZENS

ARE MEETING AGAIN !!

in

Grace Baptist Church

Market Street, Peel

 

Every Friday afternoon

between 1.30pm and 3pm

drop in for coffee, tea and a snack

and a natter

 

THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH WILL BE DIFFERENT ! We will be having a special Afternoon Tea, and an activity – maybe music, maybe a quiz, or sometimes a Guest Speaker, and this will be followed by a short ‘Thought for the Day’. 

 

This will start on the first Friday in February (when the special guest will be RUTH TICKLE)

 

Everyone welcome  -  no  charge - easy access to the building

 

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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AGLOW INTERNATIONAL

 

A GROUP FOR WOMEN WANTING TO ENCOUNTER JESUS AND GROW INTO THE FULNESS OF WHO THEY ARE IN HIM

 

COME AND FIND OUT MORE !

 

EVERY NATION TOUCHED

EVERY HEART CHANGED

AGLOW INTERNATIONAL   

hold their Saturday morning meetings at

PHILIP CHRISTIAN CENTRE, PEEL

 

TIME - 11am - 12.30pm

 

ADMISSION  -  £4

 

REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE

 

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

AGLOW INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS

WILL BE HELD IN PEEL ON THE FOLLOWING DATES - (DETAILS OF GUEST SPEAKERS TO FOLLOW)

 

SATURDAY 9 FEBRUARY

SATURDAY 9 MARCH

SATURDAY 13 APRIL

 

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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

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY 2019

 

8.30am - ST JUDE’S - Holy Communion with Reverend Iaen

9.45am - ST STEPHEN’S, SULBY - Morning Prayer with Peter Shimmin

9.45am - BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH - Holy Communion with Reverend Iaen

10.30am (note earlier starting time than usual)                   KIRK ANDREAS - PLOUGH SUNDAY CELEBRATION

with Agricultural Themed Games with Stasi and  the Kirk Andreas Messy Church team, followed by informal worship and refreshments of soup, bread rolls and even a pudding!  All ages most welcome!

11.15am - JURBY PARISH CHURCH - Morning Prayer with Gill Poole

EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 9.30am there is a SHORT SERVICE OF HOLY COMMUNION in St STEPHEN’S CHURCH in SULBY - this lasts about 30 minutes and all are welcome

On the last Friday evening of 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.      Taize worship at St Stephens is  at 7pm on the last Friday night of every month throughout the year and there’s a warm welcome for everyone.

ST STEPHEN’S CHURCH HALL - SULBY

IS THE HOME OF

THE MONDAY CLUB

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

 

FEBRUARY PROGRAMME

ALL THE DATES ARE MONDAYS

 

 

FEBRUARY 4 - 12.30pm  - St Stephen’s Hall - LUNCH - Home made soups, bread, choice of puddings and hot drinks, and time for a chat

Suggested donation - £2

 

FEBRUARY 11   -  2pm  -   St Stephen’s Hall -  Poetry to make you smile, with Jo Aston, followed by a Beetle Drive with a prize for the overall winner and a prize for the Most Beautiful Beetle!

Tea/Coffee and cakes

Suggested donation £2

 

FEBRUARY 18  -  12.30pm  -  OUT TO LUNCH AT MILNTOWN

Booking essential - please ring one of the following to reserve your place :-

Anne Heap - 898242

Mary Webb - 898295

Carole Buckler - 880433

 

FEBRUARY 25 -  2pm  -  BOOK CLUB at NANCY’S HOUSE

Bring a book, poem, article or story to share with the group Tea/coffee and cakes

If you need more details ring Anne, Mary or Carole as above

 

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SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

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

 

MESSY CHURCH

WILL  NOW BE HELD REGULARLY IN

SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

(NOT the Community Hall as previously)

 

TODAY  -  20 JANUARY -   from 10.30am to 12.30pm

Come when you can -

Something to interest and involve all ages - crafts, activities, songs, stories and informal worship,

plus the famous bacon baps!

 

 

AND IF YOU’RE NOT FREE TODAY -

THE NEXT MESSY CHURCH

WILL BE IN SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

 

at  10.30am on Sunday 24 March

 

 

COFFEE MORNING in Ramsey Town Hall

on Saturday 26 January from  10am

 

 

FRIDAY FELLOWSHIPS - monthly Friday morning meeting in Sulby Methodist Church at 11am - discussion/reflection and prayer time - ALL WELCOME

 

 

FRIENDSHIP GROUP FOR TODDLERS, PARENTS AND CARERS  meets on a Wednesday morning each month - see church notices for more details

 

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CHRIST CHURCH - LAXEY

 

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY 2019

 

8.00am - Service of Holy Communion

 

10.30am - Service of  Holy Communion

 

2pm - 4.30pm - Dramatic Art in Christ Church with Louise Beckett

 

WEDNESDAY 23 JANUARY 2019

 

10am - Service of Holy Communion

 

1.30pm - Laxey Handbells Practice

 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY 2019

 

10.30am - Service of Holy Communion

 

WEDNESDAY 30 JANUARY 2019

 

10am - Service of Holy Communion

 

1.30pm - Laxey Handbells Practice

 

THURSDAY 31 JANUARY - SATURDAY 2 FEBRUARY

 

ANTI CANCER POP-UP SHOP IN CHRIST CHURCH EACH DAY FROM 10am - 4pm

 

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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

 

8th May  -  Holy Communion with Bishop Peter Eagles and soloist Mrs Karen Elliott

 

22nd May - Songs of Praise with Reverend Brian Evans-Smith and soloist Mr Arie Eisinger

 

5th June - Songs of Praise with Reverend Richard Hooton and soloists Judy Cross and Cathy Quayle

 

19th June - Songs of Praise with Reverend Jo Dudley and soloists Geoff and Sue Collier

 

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

 

SATURDAY 9th FEBRUARY  at  7.30pm 

in Onchan Parish Hall, corner of Royal Avenue, Onchan

 

Rock and Roll Night with The Rockits 

(a 5 piece rock and roll band) 

 

Admission per person  - £5.00  -  Pay on the Door

 

Bring your own refreshments

Bring your dancing shoes

1950's dress is optional!

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ONCHAN METHODIST CHURCH

MAIN ROAD

ONCHAN

 

Sunday 20 January 2019

A service at 10:30am led by Mr John Binns

The Junior Church will also meet at 10:30am

In the evening at 6:30pm Rev Rebecca Ingrouille will lead worship

 

Sunday 27 January 2019

Onchan Methodist Church will be celebrating its Anniversary with a special service at 10:30am

And in the evening there will be a service of contemporary praise and prayer at 6:30pm

 

Sunday 3 February 2019

Family Service at 10:30am  led by Rev Steven Ingrouille

And at 6:30pm, the service will be led by members of the congregation.

 

Sunday 10 February  2019

The 10.30am morning service will include the Sacrament of Holy Communion and in the evening the Church will be open for prayer and meditation from 6.30pm

 

 

Sunday 17 February 2019

Members of Onchan Methodist Church congregation will lead the service at 10:30am and the Junior Church will also meet at 10:30am.

At 6:30, Rev Steven Ingrouille will lead worship

 

Sunday 24 February 2019

10:30am service led by Rev Richard Hooton

and in the evening there will be a service of praise and prayer at 6:30pm

 

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PROMENADE METHODIST CHURCH,

DOUGLAS

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY 2019

 

10.30am - A CELEBRATION OF THE CHURCH ANNIVERSARY - WORSHIP SERVICE LED BY REVEREND RICHARD HALL

 

SATURDAY 26 JANUARY 2019

 

10:00am – 12:00noon

CAFE LINGO IN THE PROM TOP HALL

 

10:00am – 12:00noon

THE PROM COFFEE MORNING IN THE  LOUNGE

 

ALSO ON SATURDAY 26 JANUARY

 

THERE WILL BE MESSY CHURCH

from 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

in The Top Hall and the Sanctuary – fun, fellowship, worship and FOOD for everyone of any age - all welcome

 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY 2019

 

10.30am  -  TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH AT ROSEMOUNT, DOUGLAS,  WILL HOST A UNITED SERVICE FOR TRINITY AND THE PROMENADE CHURCH FAMILIES - LED BY REVEREND RICHARD HALL

Because of this, there will not be a service at The Prom Church on Sunday 27 January

 

Cafe Lingo and the Prom Coffee Morning can each be found in the Prom Church building on a Saturday morning from ten o’clock.  Pop in for a hot drink and a chat at the Coffee Morning in the Prom Church Lounge, or head for the Top Hall at the Prom if you want to find  Cafe Lingo -  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, make ‘students’ aware of opportunities for personal development/enrichment, help to socialise, develop friendships and relationships - and  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 !

 

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TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH

ROSEMOUNT

DOUGLAS

 

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY - 10.30am - Morning worship led by Revd. Richard Hooton

 

ALL WELCOME !

 

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ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH

 

Services are held in the Jim Crosbie Memorial Hall

at the junction of Park Road and Derby Road, Douglas.

 

Service of Holy Communion - Sundays at 10.30am

 

Please note that there are several stairs to the meeting room, so currently access is not suitable for wheelchair users

 

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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  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, so if you’d like to book a sales table,

Contact Debbie on 845 681

 

NOTE  -    THE NEXT CRAFT FAIR WILL BE ON THE FIRST SATURDAY IN FEBRUARY 2019

 

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SERVICE INFORMATION FROM

THE CATHEDRAL, PEEL

 

For full details see    www.cathedral.im

 

SUNDAY  20  JANUARY

 

8.30am - Said Service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer

 

10.30am  - Choral Eucharist sung by the Young Songmen. Music by Walker and  Chadwick

 

3.30pm  - Choral Evensong sung by the full Cathedral Choir.  Music by  Neary, Ireland and the recently departed John Joubert.

 

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

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ST JAMES’S CHURCH, DALBY

 

IN THE CHURCH

AND ROUND THE FIRE

IN THE SCHOOLROOM

 

please check out their website : www.stjamesdalby.org/communityevents 

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY there is Taize worship at St James Dalby, at 6.30pm;  anyone is welcome to come and join this quiet and reflective candlelit worship, with Taize chants, Scripture, times of stillness and prayer. You’re always welcome.

 

The Friends of St James, Dalby are happy to present :

 

Sunday 3rd February   -  a stroll round the gardens of Dalby House, Main Road, Dalby to enjoy the spectacular snowdrops followed by an afternoon tea at the School rooms.

Admission is by prior booking on 844031, priced at £10.

Starts at Dalby House at 2.30pm -    3pm at the School Rooms

 

Please advise any food intolerances at time of booking.

Outdoor footwear to be worn.

Raising funds this year for Mannin Sepsis, Parhar Trust, Nepal and the Restoration Fund, St James’s Church, Dalby.

 

The World Bonnag Championship,

Saturday 23rd February at the school rooms, Dalby

 

 Dot Tilbury and friends will once more entertain the crowds at this highlight of the culinary calendar.

Tickets £8.50 bookable via Gilly on 844031 includes supper.

 

Classes for Bonnags are for Gents, Ladies, Children under 14, Gluten Free and Commercial.

Bonnags may be left on the day  prior to the event, during the afternoon at the school rooms on completion of and entry form.

 

This spectacular night will begin at 7.30pm with a presentation of cheques to last year’s charities and a chance to introduce this years, Mannin Sepsis and the Parhar Trust, Nepal as well as the on-going Restoration of St James’s Church itself

 

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

Tel : 843471             www.stjamesdalby.org

 

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SERVICES IN RUSHEN PARISH

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY

 

8am - St Catherine’s Port Erin - Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer

 

9.30am - Kirk Christ - Morning Prayer

 

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

 

11am - St Catherine’s, Port Erin - All Age Service

 

3.15pm - St Peter’s, Cregneash - Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer

 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY

 

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 3 FEBRUARY

 

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

 

9.30am - Kirk Christ - Morning Prayer

 

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

 

THE NEXT SOUP INN WILL BE ON THURSDAY  14 FEBRUARY IN ST CATHERINE’S CHURCH HALL, PORT ERIN FROM 12noon - 1.30pm  -  all welcome for home made soup, desserts and hot drinks.

 

(THE SOUP INN is open on the 2nd Thursday of each month)

 

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PORT ST MARY

METHODIST CHURCH

(Mount Tabor)

 

SEE BELOW for service information

 

THE NEXT TABOR ON THURSDAY THEMED EVENING

will be in Port St Mary Methodist Church on

Thursday 31st January at 7.30pm

and will be a SCOTTISH NIGHT

with meal - £10 per person

 

BOOKING REQUIRED - CALL 834696

 

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SERVICES IN

METHODIST CHURCHES

IN THE SOUTH

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY

 

PORT ERIN   -  10.30am  -  Covenant Service with Reverend David Shirtliff

 

BALLAFESSON - 10.30am  -  Mr John Corkish

 

 

COFFEE MORNING ….  from 10am - 11.30am

 

 

Tuesday January 22 - Port Erin Methodist Church

 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY

 

10.30am  -  CELEBRATION SERVICE for the united Southern congregations in COLBY METHODIST CHURCH

 

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THE PARISH OF RUSHEN

 

SUNDAY 13 JANUARY

 

9.30am - Holy Communion at Kirk Christ

 

11am - All Age Service at St Mary’s, Port St Mary

 

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

 

3.15pm - Evening Prayer at St Peter’s Cregneash

 

6.30pm - Alternative Service at Kirk Christ

 

ON THE FIRST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH   there’s a chance for folk in the south to get together over a simple lunch - everyone is welcome to meet and make friends at THE SOUP INN - open on the first Thursday of every month in the Hall next to St Catherine’s Church in PORT ERIN.  There’s soup, sandwiches, puddings and hot and cold drinks on offer between 12 noon and 1.30pm - just pop in and you’ll be made very welcome.  No fixed charges - but a little donation would help with expenses - thanks!

THE SOUP INN WILL BE OPEN AGAIN

AND READY TO WELCOME YOU

AT NOON ON  7th FEBRUARY 2019

MESSY CHURCH

IN

ST CATHERINE’S CHURCH - PORT ERIN

SATURDAY  19 JANUARY

FROM 3.30pm

ALL WELCOME

SOMETHING TO INTEREST AND INVOLVE ALL AGES

WITH CRAFTS, ACTIVITIES, AND FOOD TO SHARE

 

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BALLAKILPHERIC CHAPEL

 

20 JANUARY 2019  -  2.30pm

SERVICE LED BY

MR JOHN BINNS

 

 

A DATE FOR YOUR DIARY …..

7th MAY 2019  -  7.30pm

An illustrated talk by Bill Dale BEM

Founder of Beach Buddies

 

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MR PETER MURCOTT -

FREE METHODIST PREACHER

 

CONDUCTS A SERVICE EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON 

 

IN PORT ST MARY TOWN HALL, WEST ROOM

 

AT 3pm

 

ALL ARE WELCOME

 

A SEVEN PART SERIES ENTITLED "THE WAY WE SHOULD GO”  STARTED ON SUNDAY 6 JANUARY 2019

 

SUNDAY 20 JANUARY

 

3. The Way To Stay In The Way

(Proverbs 10:17)

 

 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY

 

4. Warnings Along The Way  (Proverbs 20:17)

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MARINERS’ SERVICES

2019

THE FOLLOWING SERVICES

ALL START AT 6.30pm

and are followed by

supper and community hymn singing

 

20 JANUARY COLY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Reverend Richard Hooton

 

24 FEBRUARY KIRK SANTAN

Preacher: Mrs Jean Guthrie

 

10 MARCH PEEL METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Mrs Elaine Christian

 

17 MARCH PORT ST MARY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher:   To be advised

 

24 MARCH COOIL METHODIST CHAPEL

Preacher: Reverend Chris Belfield

 

31 MARCH GLEN MAYE METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Reverend Rebecca Ingrouille

 

7 APRIL BALLAGAREY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Reverend Kath Corkish

 

14 APRIL BALLAUGH PARISH CHURCH

Preacher: Reverend Iaen Skidmore

 

28 APRIL BALDRINE METHODIST CHAPEL

Preacher: Mr Bert Quayle

 

19 MAY THE HOWE METHODIST CHAPEL

Preacher: Mr Nigel Cretney BM

 

9 JUNE LAXEY METHODIST CHAPEL

Preacher:  Judith Ley

 

16 JUNE CROSBY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Reverend David Shirtliff

 

23 JUNE SULBY METHODIST CHURCH

Preacher: Mrs Marilyn Cannell

All enquiries to Peter Corrin -

email:     petercarine.corrin@manx.net