Notices for the Week: 16 October 2016
- COLLECTION FOR SPCSA: We will be collecting animal food and blankets for the SPCA for the month of October. If you would like to donate, please place your donation in the basket at the back of church on a Sunday or bring it to the office during the week.
- SCONES AND SONGS: Join Nicholas Nicolaidis, Hendre van Zyl, Este Meerkotter, Marga Sander and Christine Geldenhuis for a morning of wonderful songs followed by tea and scones in the garden on 28 October at 09: 00. For more information and to book your ticket, please contact Louise Frahm-Arp on 0832757072
- ALL SOULS DAY AND YEAR’S MIND: Our Year’s Mind is an annual list prepared for the coming year. If you would like to submit a name/s, please fill in one of the forms at the back of the church and place it in the polka dot box.
- DEDICATED GIVING: This will start on 1 November. More information to follow soon.
- ANNUAL ST FRANCIS PLANNING DAY: This will take place on Saturday 19 November from 8:30 till 12:30 at St Francis in the Hall. All Parish leadership are requested to be there and everyone else is warmly welcome to attend. Please let Ceri know if you will be coming.
- ECO GROUP: We would like as many of you as possible to complete the planning questionnaire that is being circulated and emailed. This will give us information on your eco-interests, putting us in a better position to plan for future events and activities that will appeal to as broad a cross section of parishioners as possible. Please complete the questionnaire and return it to Ceri by email (at email@example.com) or place it in the box provided for this purpose at the back of the Church during services. We look forward to an active year of eco events and thank you for helping our planning process in this way.
- SANDWICH MAKING FOR THE HOMELESS: the peanut butter sandwiches we make weekly for the homeless are now being made on Sundays. We are looking for volunteers to spend 20 – 30 minutes after the 07:30 and 09:30 services to help make the sandwiches in the hall. These are then kept in the freezer and handed out during the week. On Wednesdays in particular, up to 35 people are fed.