In this issue I’d like to tell our readers about some new ways the Waterfront Churches are connecting with the local community. We’ve got three things starting up this month. Perhaps one of them would interest you?
There’s Food for Thought, a free meal on Thursday evenings at St Helen’s Church on St Helen’s Street, which is for anyone in the community who wants to meet others and spend a few minutes pondering some of life’s questions.
If the daytime suits you better, then why not try Munch and Make, every Monday in the church hall at Holy Trinity, Back Hamlet, starting 21st May. The idea is making friendships over a two-course lunch (the ‘Munch’ bit) served from 12:30-1:30pm and, if you want to stay for it, a craft activity (the ‘Make’ bit) from about 2-3pm. To Munch costs £3, to Make costs £1.
We’re also starting a short lunchtime service on Thursdays called Time With God, which is from 11:45am-12:05pm at St Luke’s, Cliff Lane, and may suit people who want to find a quiet moment in the middle of their week.
Talking of services, please note that until December our Sunday services will be at the same time and place each week: 10:30am at Holy Trinity, Back Hamlet.