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This week at St Bride's

Sunday 24th September - Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity

10.00am Taize Service: We end our series 'Missing Voices in Community', exploring voices we don't always hear. Ruth and Helen help us listen to each other, and the Divine, through song and silence.

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

2.30pm Merseyside Forest Church: Come and celebrate the Autumn Equinox, meet at the Otterspool Cafe for a short walk and reflective liturgy.  Any queries contact ruthstock@ymail.com.

6.30pm Miranda will share ideas from her 'Little Book of Prayer Experiments' before a time of silent exploration of prayer stations, to help us make space to hear God's voice.

Monday 25th September

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

5.30 for 6.00pm at St Bride’s Why Progressives need God – Theology & Modernity Lecture - Does keeping God out of social and political issues make them harder to resolve? Jonathan Clatworthy is a trustee of Modern Church, a priest in the St Bride’s team and a blogger.

Tuesday 26th September

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

7pm iChoir: singing, confidence, fun!

Wednesday 27th September

9.00am Morning Prayer followed by tea and coffee.

12.00pm Progressive Christian Network (PCN): We meet on the last Wednesday of the month to discuss a book chapter. This month, we will hear a recording of Professor Goodchild's recent talk at St. Bride's on Penal Substitution, then choose a new book to start in October. Bring a packed lunch. Ask Janet, Lesley, Dave, Sandra or Lynn for more, or see the display about PCN on the noticeboard by the toilets.

6.00pm Yoga: Taking a break until further notice.

Thursday 28th September

12.30pm Hope+ Food bank

7.30pm Homeless Meals Project

Friday 29th September

10.00am Red Cross: Project for newly arrived refugees.

Unfortunately, the Parish Barn Dance has been postponed. Apologies. If you've bought a ticket please see a warden for a refund.

Saturday 30th September

10.00am Big clean-up day at St. Bride's Spring-cleaning in ...er....Autumn! Come and join the fun.

Sunday 1st October

No 10am morning service at St Bride’s as we will have a joint parish Harvest Festival celebration at St Michael’s, Upper Pitt Street at 11.15am, followed by coffee in the hall. If you don’t know the way, why not meet others at St Bride’s and walk/drive down together?

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm Open Table Agape: A simple remembrance of Jesus' last meal with his friends. Bring and share something vegetarian. Refreshments / setting table from 6pm, meal 6.30pm-7.30pm followed by optional sharing circle. For more about Open Table see www.opentable.lgbt


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