PLEASE PRAY FOR Louise Jackson, Gail and Paul Drury, Harold Johnson, Troy, Lynda, Pauline Benger, Christopher Browne, Debbie, Donna Smith, Sue, Andrew, Adrian Tucker, Karen, Louise Coates, Hazel Whitehouse, Margaret Malley, Carol Westmorland, Irene Satchwell, Carolyn, Phil Smith, Jamie Gascoigne, Sally, Neil Slater, Joanne Lowcock, Eunice Vayro, Mary Hoffman, Margaret and Bob Oldham, Alison Woodley, David and Pauline Brook’s son in law (Michael) and his family, Gareth, Barry Marlow, Julie Hall and John and Rachel Waters our Mission Partners Also please pray for the friends and families of Monica Bennett and Joseph Witton who have died recently
Messy Church has a nice problem… We had a wonderful turnout at the last Messy Church – 45 children and 34 adults came! It’s great that these children and their parents want to come to St Anne’s and hear about the good news of Jesus. But we need some more help now, especially with craft activities – with more helpers we can offer more craft. Please pray for Messy Church this Thursday and pray that we will have the help and support which is needed.
A prayer as we develop our building Living God, Thank you for wonderful building at St Anne’s which has been handed down to us Please guide us as we think and pray about the future of our church and the building Please help us to listen well, to each other, to you and to the wider community. May our decision making help us to grow in love, faith and hope. Please build your church and your kingdom in us and through us In Jesus name we pray. Amen
Updated building proposals lease have a look in the welcome area at the latest suggestions which have been put together by our church architect Bryan Martin. The PCC discussed these ideas at their meeting on Monday 6th March. Please offer any comments to any member of the PCC. Our next step will be to consult with the wider community to take account of their views of the proposed developments to St Anne’s building.
St. Anne’s Vision Statement To help God grow his Kingdom in Chasetown our vision is that, within 5 years, we will have: 1. a church that cares about, and for, each other; 2. a vibrant children and families ministry; 3. a diversity of worship opportunities offered at different times on Sundays and mid-week; 4. a building that is flexible for worship and community use. Always supported with prayer