From the Notices 7 October 2018

 The Methodist Women in Britain District Day will be held at Sheringham Methodist Church this Thursday 11 October. A coach will pick people up from Chapel Field Road at 9.20 am and leave Sheringham at 4.00 pm; the cost is £10.00. Please let Margaret Snelling know today if you wish to go so that your seat can be booked. Details are on the Church Centre notice board.
 Celebrate National Poetry Day (4 October this year) a week later with Cameo this Thursday, 11 October at 7.30 pm, when Paul Binney and friends will bring you a selection of poems both light and serious, all of them enjoyable, on the theme of Change.
 You will have heard of the world-famous Oberammergau Passion Play which is performed every tenth year, from May to October, on an open-air stage in the Bavarian village of Oberammergau. Some of you may even have seen it. St Edmund’s Church, Taverham, is organising a trip from Norwich to Oberammergau to see the play in 2020. If you would like to be included, you can make a reservation until the end of October. For more information or to make a reservation, contact Stella Noons at .
 A big thank you to all who gave so generously in the Harvest All We Can envelopes, which raised the sum of £371.48 and £165 for the Harvest Lunch.
 Côr Meibion Gwalia: We would like to express our thanks, on behalf of the Norwich Welsh Society, to everyone who supported the visit of the Gwaliôa Choir. We were thrilled with the choir and they were thrilled with the warmth of the reception they received from the Church. We hope to donate at least £2,000 to Pancreatic Research UK. Our sincere thanks to you all. Megan and Tony Davies.
 The October edition of Contact, our Church magazine, is out now. Do ask the Pew Stewards for your copy. Items for the November edition should be with Pauline Mann by 21 October.
 Instead of a paper copy, would you prefer to receive your weekly Notices by email? Let Paul Binney know your email address and he will add you to the list.
 You’re invited to join with other churches in praying this week for St Helen’s Bishopgate and for projects for the elderly in our city.