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Chepstow Methodist Church is a registered charity in the UK (No: 1130776)


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Last updated: 21 September 2018    11:25 PM

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Chepstow Foodbank

Contact  Sarah Coleman via one of the following: 07931 911869 or chepstowfoodbank@gmail.com  

Check the website for the latest newsletter and what is currently needed:  www.chepstow.foodbank.org.uk


Food Co-Op - Friday mornings, 10.30 - 11.30 am. £3 for 5 items or more of good quality vegetables, fruit, salad or stir-fry, all sourced where possible within 50 miles, with less packaging. For more information contact Pauline 01291 625896 or Paul 07976926591


Fair Trade Fundraising

GIVE A CAR  If you have an old car that you no longer need, why not put it to good use?  Giveacar will collect if from you and either sell it at auction or scrap it, then give the proceeds to Traidcraft Exchange.  You'll be helping some of the world's poorest families escape poverty forever.  To find out more, call Giveacar on 0207 736 4242  or  www.giveacar.co.uk
Old Jewellery - I am starting another box of old jewellery if you have anything broken or out of date that you no longer want, do give it to me and I will send it off.  I have already sent 5 packages.  Many thanks Cynthia Giles.


If you would like to read a Bible passage in a Sunday morning service, please let Ces Jones know and whether it will be at a 9.00 or 10.30 service.   Thank you.


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Diary Dates


Monday 24th September - 7.00 - 8.00pm - “Prayer Go-Make-Teach” in the Bunyan Room. This month we will be focusing on prayer for the Alpha & Harvest Invitations; your prayer support is vital, so please come along.


Tuesday 25th September - 7.30pm - Wesley Guild - Communion Service in the Church led by Rev Andrew Webster.


Wednesday 26th September - 2.45 pm – Women’s Fellowship - Harvest Festival Service - led by Terry and Beryl Quinlan. Gifts of packet & tinned foods will be taken to Hill House, the home for 16 to 18 year olds unable to live with their own families for many reasons. They do appreciate any special ‘treats’ we can provide. Many thanks. Visitors very welcome. Heather Knight (622441)


Thursday 27th September - 9.30am - Bible Study in the Youth Room. We will be looking at Philippians. All welcome.


Thursday 27th September - 7.00 pm - Alpha Introduction at Church - a taste of the autumn Alpha Course over food and a short talk; followed by an opportunity to explore the Christian faith over the next 10 weeks. Is it for you? Or prayerfully consider who you can INVITE & BRING along on the 27th? Contact Vera & Brian Lloyd verabrian@btinternet.com or (620643).


Saturday 29th September - we are pleased to welcome the Wesley Historical Society who are visiting some of the historical chapels in South Wales.


Saturday 6th October – 3.00pm - Messy Church - after a successful team meeting we are looking forward to presenting the next session of Messy Church; the theme will be ‘Safe and Sound’ and will involve lots of sheep-related activities as we discover how much the Good Shepherd loves us and wants to bring us back into His fold. Messy Church is for all ages so grab a granny or a grandchild and come and join the fun.


Friday 12th October - 10.00am - 1.30pm Table Top Sale for the Triangle Project - outside Mark and Spencer’s – if you have any toys, clothes, Bric-a-Brac, unwanted presents and of course cakes for the cake stall, please get them to the church by Thursday 11th October. All offers of help on the day would be greatly appreciated. Contact Graham, Mavis, Julie or Ces if you want help in getting your goods to church. Thank you all once more. Julie Jones.


Saturday 10th November - 7.00pm - St Julian’s Methodist Church - an evening of Gospel, Praise & Worship - led by Pastor Osien Sibanda and the GHIC Band. (God’s House International Centre). All are welcome. Retiring collection.