To help us prepare to run our events through the More than Gold Mission, Through Faith Missions will be running training for people who will be involved in the running of events and for anyone who wants help in their methods of sharing their faith experience.
The day will be arranged as below:
- 9.00 Arrive and register
- 9.30 Introduction Worship Talk on our personal walk with God – Roger
- 10.30 Coffee
- 10.45 Help with sharing my personal faith story
- 11.30 Help to share the gospel effectively
- 12.15 How to invite people to events
- 1.00 Lunch – please bring packed lunch
- 2.00 How to arrange an outreach event – running orders
- 2.30 Help to arrange effective follow-up
- 3.00 Help with prayer and prayer meetings – Mary Parish, and a prayer time together
- 3.30 Tea
- 4.00 End
At Broadwater C of E First & Middle School, Rectory Gardens, Worthing BN14 7TQ
Parking on the school site is very limited; please only use it if you have difficulty walking any distance. There is free parking in South Farm Rd and in the roads behind Offington Park Methodist Church
We are having a Tombola in the Social Area after Masses this Sunday 22nd April. This will be our last major CAFOD fundraiser to take advantage of the Government's pledge to double the proceeds.
Our weekly collection of tins of food, clothing, blankets etc continue's which they are very grateful for, please leave in the Sacristy.
Amazing Youth Centre Uganda The following article gives the latest update on the project.
Recently, more than 900 questionnaires have been carried out to better understand the needs of the young people in Patongo and the surrounding rural areas. The information from this activity, once fully collated, will provide valuable insight into how to better run and, if necessary, modify the programmes the organisation delivers, so as to further meet the needs of the beneficiaries effectively. Another exciting piece of news is that a new counsellor has joined Agnes Lagen’s team, Godfrey Ocittiugi. He has been warmly welcomed, and is much needed to help in the counselling work with the young men, and brings with him greatly beneficial experience from his previous role as an HIV/AIDs Counsellor at Kalongo Hospital in Kalonga. There have been some heavy rains of late, which do affect the site, but the building work on the Centre is progressing, and we are hoping for it to be finished by the end of May.
Tickets are available for the Spring Mega Raffle after all Masses (many prizes) £1 per ticket. Don’t forget to buy yours!
All monies raised will go towards refurbishment of the kitchen in the Parish Centre.
The church will be hosting a Spaghetti Night and Disco on Saturday May 19th between 7pm-11.30pm.
Please do come along and enjoy the fun. Tickets £10 (available from the Sacristy).
Cabrini Children’s Society in conjunction with Surrey Hills Gliding Club is holding a charity day at Kenley Aerodrome near Caterham, Surrey on Bank Holiday Monday 7th May 2012.
Flights last between 5 and 10 minutes (subject to conditions) and will be taken with a qualified instructor. We are asking people to pay a £20 non refundable deposit to have a flight and then to raise a minimum of £30 in sponsorship.
If you are interested in booking a flight or require more information, contact Ann Hoggan by phoning 020 8668 2181 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A pro-life chain is being organised by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Chidlren (SPUC) at: Worthing, Warren Road, Offington Corner opposite cemetery (A24/A27) on Saturday 28 th April from 11am – 1pm.
The chain is a peaceful and silent kerbside vigil where the pro-life message can be witnessed by thousands of passing motorists. This year marks the 44th Anniversary of the Abortion Act coming into force, a law which has resulted in the lives of well over, 7,500,000 unborn children being cut short and countless women and men being harmed by an abortion experience.
Please join the chain and show your support for a culture of life in our country. More information is available from: Mary Gilbert – 01903-506599 or Teresa Bevans 01903-503514.
A workshop to help and encourage us to share the love Jesus Christ has given us. Lead by John Ghazal from the Brighton Prayer Chair.
When we love God and want others to experience this, God will use everything about our personalities and our lives to help bring about his kingdom.
For more information on the Prayer Chairs go to http://www.prayerchair.org.
About John Ghazal
John Ghazal with wife Tracy are owners are managers of Oasis House rest home where they have opened their family home caring and living in community with five older people for the last 16 years. Oasis House is a Christian home and as an organisation is a member of the Brighton Evangelical Alliance although John, Tracey and their 4 boys worship at St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Brighton. John has a true heart for ecunism and unity within the body of Christ.
John has a roll nationally in the catholic charismatic renewal in the Roman Catholic Church training up prayer ministry teams for the Brighton celebrate conference and speaking and equiping the church both nationally and internationally on various subjects a favourite being prophetic evangelism.
John's passion for the lost is poured out through a move of the Holy Spirit called Prayerchair ministries. John and other hosts from across the denomonations in Brighton and other parts of the country go out to bring the love of God to the lost, with signs wonders & miracles often resulting in people making a deeper commitment to Christ. The prayerchair is set up in the middle of a heavily pedestrianised area and offer people passing by an opportunity to experience the presence of God & an encounter with Christ.
A new Catholic Radio broadcasting on the internet from Wonersh starting 16th September.
Visit HeartGivesUntoHeart Catholic Radio Open Day at St John’s Seminary, Wonersh, 21st April 2pm to 5pm. Everyone’s invited.
Pop in for a chat and a cuppa and see what’s planned. Come and talk to volunteers; look at the Catholic Art Exhibition; see the Studio; hear some of the musicians and singers; join the enthusiastic team; support the Radio. Info from Gerry Coates 07906 073376, email@example.com
Those who have been to our church concerts before know what a treat is in store
on Saturday, 26th May at 7.30pm.
Rob Campkin, violinist in the St. Mary’s Folk Group and Trinity College of Music
classical and jazz performance student will be supported by fellow parishioners
singing and playing ‘cello, flute and piano.
Tickets in aid of Lourdes and WCHP are £5 to include wine and nibbles and
are available from 01903 690024 or 07784166216
TAIZE SERVICE lead by the pupils at Cardinal Newman School on Friday 27 th April.
Fifteen school groups from England and Wales have decided to visit a French religious community this July including two from Arundel & Brighton Diocese, Chatsmore Catholic School from Worthing and Cardinal Newman School in Hove.
The Taizé Community, in Burgundy, south-eastern France, welcomes young people from various Christian denominations, and none, who want to spend a week living as part of the Community. Around 80,000 young people participate in these “international meetings” every year.
For more information read the article on the A&B blogspot: http://aandbblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/arundel-brighton-schools-to-visit-taize.html