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This week’s services

Dear Friends

Plans for Sunday 25th October are as follows:

9am - Prayer Time

All welcome. https://zoom.us/j/9190731814


10am - Columba Kids! (Zoom) - "A Whale of a Time"

A twenty-minute service for children. Songs, stories and prayer.

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89954167752?pwd=OXZnUkxuOHB5bExTUmprQ1FMaG12UT09


11am - Main Worship Service - "Thessalonica or Bust!"

Our main service lasting up to forty-five minutes using 1 Thess 2: 1 - 8. All welcome. https://zoom.us/j/9190731814 & paper copy attached.


12.30pm - Worship Service (at church) - "Great Commandments"

A half-hour service using Matt 22: 34-46. We will be following all government guidelines. Parking at Rouge Bouillon School.


Please note that there are likely to be some traffic restrictions / diversions around Rouge Bouillon roundabout.

Our harvest parcels have been delivered. All are very grateful.

The Grace Trust have an ongoing request for long life skimmed milk (blue packet), milk, coffee and tea (small sets), cereals in 500g boxes and tinned tuna. You can drop these off anytime at the back entrance to the church.

The Mustard Seed Trust are needing voluntary drivers to help pick up Christmas Shoeboxes around town. Please let me know if you might be in a position to help.

Please find a copy of the main service elsewhere on the website. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.


Sent with very warmest wishes

Graeme


Minister, St Columba’s Church

- a socially distanced people of God -

Midvale Road, Jersey

01534 730659

www.stcolumbas.je

Chair, Christians Together in Jersey

- no church is an Island -

www.ctj.org.je

www.hereforyou.je

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