From the Notices: 17 June 2018

 We are sad to hear of the death of Dorothy Harbord, a friend from
Cromwell House who enjoyed attending our morning services whenever her
health allowed. We hold her family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.
 This Tuesday, 19 June at 2.00 pm, Ruth Arnold, Methodist Women in Britain
District President, will be speaking at Wymondham Methodist Church about the
MWiB project Bees, Beds and Blessings. Tea and biscuits will be served
 Debbie’s Ordination: A reminder that on 1 July the coach will leave Chapel
Field Road Church at 12 noon and will be parked in Wessex Street. It will call at
Drayton at 12.20. It is likely that refreshments at the Barnbygate Church will be
just tea and biscuits so you should bring enough food for the day. Bin bags will be
provided for rubbish.
 The funeral service for Brenda Winspear will take place at Earlham
Crematorium on Wednesday 4 July at 12.30 pm. We continue to pray for her
family and friends.
 Methodist Women in Britain are holding a Creativity Day on Saturday 14 July
from 10.30 am to 4.00 pm at Wymondham Methodist Church. Choose what you’d
like to do from six activities. The event is free. Details are on the Church notice
board. You must book a place by 23 June; Margaret Snelling has booking forms.
 A message from the Irving family: “We wish to say a huge thank you to
everyone for your cards, presents, prayers and blankets! We’ve been
overwhelmed by your kindness as we settle into family life. With every blessing,
Sophia, Alex and Rachael.”
 A big thank you to the loyal group of house to house collectors who raised
£498.70 during Christian Aid Week. The Church envelopes contained £337.05,
making a grand total of £835.75. We’re grateful to Christina Potter for her
devotion to this cause and once again organising this effort.
 Christina will also be grateful if holders of World Church boxes will return
them to her for their annual opening . . .
 . . . as will Margaret Snelling for the return of Action for Children (League of
Light) boxes for their annual opening.
 Thanks from Cameo to all who helped with and supported their Coffee
Morning in May, when £331.75 was raised for their chosen charity, Autism Anglia.
A grand total of £1352.50 has been made from events during this year.
 You’re invited to join with other churches in praying this week for the
redundant churches and for the inter-faith links in our city.