Church Notice Sheet – 19 July
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which you may prefer for your own use or to pass on to friends and neighbours.
‘ FOR NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD’ (LUKE 1:37)
WORSHIP @ HOME
WATCH OUR WEEKLY WORSHIP SERVICE
LISTEN TO THE SERMON
on our WORSHIP and SERMONS PAGE
FAMILY WORSHIP IDEAS
ZOOM JUNIOR CHURCH
ON SUNDAY 10AM
for more info. & consent form
EXPLORE TOGETHER QUESTIONS
- What is the most shocking news
you have ever received?
- Do you prefer to be spontaneous
or have everything organised?
- What was Mary’s reaction when
Gabriel gave her this shocking
- Mary said ‘yes’ to God’s plan.
What might God’s plan be for
you and how can you say ‘yes’?
Design a Superhero costume each
for Mary and baby Jesus. Think
about appropriate colours, how they
would save the world and their
superpowers. (All these ideas will
help your design of their costumes.)
It seems to us that God did not
choose the most likely couple to help
save the world. Mary and Joseph were
young, poor, unmarried and
But God chose them because they
trusted Him. God knew they would
not stop His plans coming true.
Find something totally inappropriate
with which to brush your hair e.g. an
orange, a key, a bottle.
It seems crazy that God would use an
orange to brush our hair with but if
that’s His plan, we must trust Him.
Nothing is impossible with God.
Pray for more trust in God
Ladies day online
A date for your diary – Saturday 5 September, 10am. Refresh moves online this year and the speaker is Rachel Gardner. You can find out more on the Refresh Cumbria YouTube site. Maybe some of us could meet to enjoy this together in house hubs? Please view the YouTube video for more information and contact Helen Huck or Wendy Bing if you are interested.
Are you able to host the 10.30 Zoom service? If you want to give it a go or get more information please contact Ruth Hutchings at email@example.com
or Jen Cox at firstname.lastname@example.org
A big thank you
We would like to say a massive thank you to George and Audrey Sharpe and Brian and Mary Jones for all they have done in serving the church. We wish them well as they step back from the roles they have been filling. You are a blessing in all you do from all at Ulverston Parish Church.
The church mice have been busy making face masks. If you would like one they are now for sale in the church entrance. Donations to go to the Restoration Mission
UPC Building Project Team – Progress
Hello All, here is the latest update from the UPC Building Project Team. We have recruited two new members. A very warm welcome to the team Anthony Bryson and Paul Daltry.
We hope you have all received your e-mail from the Church with Alan’s Restoration Video embedded. If you can think of anybody you know who would like to see it please forward it on to them. We are hoping to engage with as much of our local community as possible to see how they would like to use our buildings and grounds and we will adapt some of our plan accordingly. We would like more of our community to engage with our buildings and grounds, not only for worship, but also for historical interest and various heritage activities.
A team of congregation members has been hard at work mapping our monuments and are nearly ready to start the publishing process. Once completed we hope to have a fantastic interactive mapping product similar in design to the one at
The Diocese has granted a faculty for the initial works to the bell frames and we hope work may start next spring.
If you would like to help out in any way or would like more information please get in touch.
Secretary to the Restoration Mission – UPC Building Project Team
FACEBOOK GROUPS you might find useful
‘Ulverston Parish Church’
‘UPC – Church Family’
‘Faith 4 Furness Families’
‘Self Isolation Ulverston’
STAY CONNECTED, APART
We would love to hear from you!
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