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September 2006


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Pyramid Rock

So what happened during Holiday Club week?

Well, we all had a great time with “Pyramid Rock”, and enjoyed a week full of non-stop action, games, crafts, music and drama.

We munched our way through lots of biscuits and enjoyed the ice creams as well!

Every day we watched the strange adventures of Dr Potty, the dotty archaeologist hunting for relics in the desert.

We also learned about Joseph and the fact that God had a plan for his life just as he’s got a plan for ours.

Our Mums and Dads, families and friends came along to the Family Fun nights to join in and to see what we’d been doing.

All in all it was a great week for everyone, and we were sorry when Friday night came round and it was all over.

Mind you, the fish and chips were nice as well.

Thanks to everybody who helped make it a great week.  We really made the Pyramids Rock!


We are running the Alpha course at St Stephens again this autumn starting on Wednesday 27 September at 6.30 pm.   The course comes highly recommended from those who attended last year so why not come along and see for yourself.  The evening starts with a meal at 6.30 pm followed by a video presentation and discussion.


Network President's Project

In support of this project St Stephen's Singers present "These you have loved", a programme of popular music on Friday 29 September at 7.30 pm.  Tickets are £4.50 including refreshments and can be obtained from choir members.

District Women's Network Programme 2006

5 October
10.30am - 3.30pm
The Harvest of the Spirit Brownhills
Methodist Church
28 November
10.30am - 3.30pm
Christmas around the World St Johns Church, Parkfields, Wolverhampton


   Coffee Mornings at St Stephens

Saturday 23 September - 10.00 am - 12.00 noon - annual coffee morning in aid of Methodist Homes.  Join us for coffee and cakes.  Book stall available                        (£190 was raised)

Saturday 30 September - 10.30 am - 12 noon.
The worlds biggest coffee morning
in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Come and join in and help make a difference to people living with cancer.  Coffee, cakes, bookstall and bring and buy                                       (£235 was raised)


Barbara and All that Jazz concert   

Thanks to all who attended this enjoyable evening.  A big thanks to Mike and Val who opened their home and of course to Barbara and the band.  Total raised for Jeel-Al-Amal was £500.



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