Shanklin United Reformed Church

High Street, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. PO37 6LA
Registered Charity No. 1130459

A member of the Evangelical Alliance

 

For details of URC churches on the Island visit www.iowurc.co.uk

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Friday Special

Messy Christmas

Saturday 21st December 15:30 – 17:30

Free fun for all the family - no unaccompanied children please

Happy Birthday Jesus – it’s party time!!

This year we are planning a party to celebrate Jesus’ birthday and to remember the remarkable events surrounding his arrival all those years ago. Do come along and explore the story of Christmas through a Messy Church experience at Shanklin URC. This is a fun way of learning for all ages - in a hands-on way.

There will be several craft activities to choose from followed by a short celebration with songs, prayers and the chance to join in telling the Nativity story, and then some delicious hot food all together.

Come as a family; bring the grandchildren along – any combination is fine!

Enjoy it together!

Encounter Café

Something fresh for all ages!

Sunday 22nd December from 10:30

A Café style meeting place to drop in and enjoy some refreshments and hear that

Hope is in the air!

enjoy a relaxed time of Friendship, Fun, Food and exploring Faith…
with craft, songs, challenges, prayers…

EVERYONE is welcome – why not bring a friend?

Christmas Services

Details of our Christmas Services are as follows:

Sunday 15th

10:30

Carol Service with nativity

Saturday 21st

15:30

Messy Christmas

Sunday 22nd

10:30

Encounter Café

Sunday 24th       

23:00

23:30

Carols on the steps

Christmas Communion

Monday 25th

10:30

Christmas Day Service

 

 

Prayer

Join us at 12:00 or 19:30 for prayer on Tuesdays

Please join us each Tuesday for a lunchtime Bible and Prayer Meeting (bring your own lunch) or in the evenings in the main meeting area to seek God's face together, to pray for the church family and uphold the work of the Gospel.

Do join us whenever you can.

"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."
Phil 4:6-7

Also... 

Prayer Group for the Persecuted Church

On the second Monday of each month – 10:00.

Prayer Ministry Team

Our team is on hand every Sunday to pray with people after the morning service. Please come up when folk are free, or if you would rather stay in your seat we could come and pray with you there.

Prayer Box

A red box is in the lobby area for prayer requests to be dropped in any time – these will be prayed over in confidence and then destroyed.

Church Meeting

Our next members' meeting will be on:

Thursday 20th January 2020 - At 19:30  

Teas & Coffees from 19:00

This time, we will have a special focus on the whole area of Mental Health and hear some feedback from the course that a few of us have been on recently looking at Mental Health First Aid. How should we respond as part of our ministry?

All members and regular worshippers are encouraged to come along and share in our family business.  

Don’t just go to church – be the church!

Messy Church

Messy Church

21st December

15:30 - 17:30

Free fun for all the family
- no unaccompanied children please

Sounds different?

Why not come along and explore Christmas through a Messy Church experience.
This is a fun way of learning for all ages- in a hands-on way.

There will be several craft activities to choose from followed by a short celebration with songs, prayers and a Bible story,
 and then some hot food together.

You are welcome to just turn up on the day.
Come as a family; bring the grandchildren along – any combination is fine! Enjoy it together.


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