Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Here is the text of a letter that is being sent out by teh weekend...

Dear friends,

You might have heard that beginning on Sunday 28th May we are holding a special week of activity and learning called ‘Fan the Flame’ at Holy Trinity Church. The week is an important opportunity for each one of us to renew our trust in God and be reminded of what being Christian is most basically about.

The week looks like this:
Sunday 28th May - Launch Service at 10.00am
Monday 29th May - Evening Session 1 from 7.30pm (for coffee) “Baptism and Grace’
Tuesday 30th May - Evening Session 2 from 7.30pm (for coffee) “The Cross and Forgiveness’
Wednesday 31st May - Evening Session 3 from 7.30pm (for coffee) “Resurrection and Healing’
Thursday 1st June - Evening Session 4 from 7.30pm (for coffee) “The Eucharist and Offering’
Saturday 3rd June - 10.30am Clowning workshop by ‘Roly the Clown’ followed by Family service and picnic (the service and picnic are open to all.)
Sunday 4th June - Pentecost Sunday Worship at 8.00am and 10.00am
Evening Session 5 at 6.30pm Service of Rededication ‘Mary’

This excellent week will be led by others: Rev’d Tim Sledge (DIocesan Mission Enabler for Peterborough Diocese), Rt. Rev’d Richard Inwood (Bishop of Bedford), Rt. Rev’d. Christopher Foster (Bishop of Hertford), and Rev’d Roly ‘The Clown’ Bain.

It is not too late to decide to come to the sessions of the week - just turn up - it is as simple as that! But, I would hate you to think that you had missed out on what I believe will be a very important week for us a community.

So to avoid disappointment, why not make a commitment to coming. To get the most out of the week I would strongly suggest that you come to all of the sessions, but I hasten to add that they do stand alone.

If you have ever wanted to deepen you faith or to discover what it is that Christians really believe then this week is for you. If I can help in any way beforehand or answer any questions, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Should be really good - lots still to organise though!


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