Friday, 3 July 2015

July 2015

Sunday Worship
5th July            - 10.30am. Café Church, led by Deacon Ian
                                    toast and drinks from 10.15am
                       
12th July          - 10.30am  Morning Worship,
led by Deacon Ian, Tess Maddin & Craig Shepherd (from Royston)
                                    includes group for children and teens

                        - 3.00pm. Afternoon Worship, led by Deacon Ian

19th July          - 10.30am. Café Church, with Girls Brigade, led by Deacon Ian
                                    toast and drinks from 10.15am

26th July          - 10.30am Communion Service - Deacon Ian and Revd John Barrett 
                                    includes groups for children and teens

2nd August     - 10.30am. Café Church, led by Deacon Ian
                                    toast and drinks from 10.15am

John’s last service at Chesterton before he retires (again)

John Barrett retires (again) this summer and his last service here at Chesterton will be on Sunday 26th July at 10.30. We look forward to sharing our thanks to John for his involvement here at CMC in recent years.

Thursday Fellowship
The next meeting will be on 23rd July at 2.30pm. Maggie Richardson from Wesley Church will be leading the meeting. 

Community & Environment Day in July – can you help?
On Saturday 18 July 2015 from 9.30am to 2.00pm, working in partnership with us at the church, two local landlords - Hundred Houses Society and City Homes (Cambridge City Council) - are holding a Community and Environment Day here at CMC. More details are available in the Chesterton News magazine. The church will be providing tea and coffee etc for the event – it would be great to have some volunteers to help for all or part of the day.

Dates for your diary …
On Sunday 6th September there will be a welcome service for the new ministers at Wesley Church at 6.30pm. It would be great to see some Chesterton people there.

Our Harvest Festival service this year will be held on Sunday 20th September. If anyone has ideas or suggestions about what we do and how we celebrate this please let Ian or Rosemary know.

On Sunday 15th November we will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the present buildings (excluding the chapel which was added later). A special service is planned for 4pm that day with a tea afterwards and we will invite people from other local churches and groups to join us. Work is also underway to produce a simple history of Methodist involvement in Chesterton which goes back at least 150 years.