Monday, April 06, 2009

Easter week in Kensington and Fairfield

Taken from email from Rev Andrew Porter;(edited to correct date of Sunday service)

Celebrate Easter" is something that many of the churches across Kensington are involved in. We have had a very successful week in schools last week in conjunction with "Y Kids" from Bootle taking assemblies and running workshops on Anti-bullying, puppets, rap, image and the consequences of decisions we make. Starting Easter Tuesday we will be involved in various things across the wider Kensington, Edgehill and Fairfield community culminating in a celebration service at Kensington School, Brae Street, at 4pm on Sunday 19th April. Below are the things we are doing, you would be welcome to pop in to anything. During the week we will be delivering 7,000 Easter cards with the information below inside.

Tea Dance

A Tea Dance at Kensington Methodist Church on Tuesday 14th 2-4pm come and join us.

God’s Kitchen (grub not club) 12-2pm

Come and join us for Lunch.

St. Michael’s, West Derby Road, Sunday 12th (12.45pm)

Pentecost/Cottenham Baptist, Coleridge Street, Tuesday 14th

Kensington Methodist, Kensington, Wednesday 15th

St. Michael’s West Derby Road Thursday 16th

St. Philip’s, Sheil Road, Friday 17th

St. Michael’s, West Derby Road, Sunday 19th (12.45pm)

Celebration Service.

Come and join the celebration. Sunday 19th April at 4pm in Kensington Primary School, Brae Street.

Acts of Random Kindness (ARK’s)

During the week we will be undertaking “Acts of random kindness” for people across the area. Look out for us.

Family Time

For parents with their preschool and nursery children. Tuesday 14th 9.30 -11.30am at St. Philip’s Sheil Road.

St. Mary’s Tower

See the view from St. Mary’s Tower, Towerlands Street. Trips up the tower 2-5pm Friday 17th.

“God loved the people of this world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who has faith in him will have eternal life and never really die. God did not send his Son into the world to condemn its people. He sent him to save them!” John 3:16-17 CEV


1 comment:

Andrew Porter said...

Thanks for posting this Louise, but the Celebration service is on Sunday 19th not Easter Sunday.