Notices 17/7/16

———- THE WAR TO END ALL WARSPLAYS ON WW1: MON. 18TH JULY 7PM —————
Rehearsed readings of two one act plays by Gill Buttery and Dave Oxley.
Monday 18th July from 7pm at the Meeting House. Please come along – booking through the office.

The new Coffee morning is now up and running on Wednesdays until 6th August inclusive.There will be Scones and Coffee in the Garden and social area upstairs from 11am – 12.30. Hope that people will come and enjoy the space and perhaps stay for the worship at 1pm.

Next Sunday, the Mental Health group of the Social Justice & Equality group will meet after Meeting for Worship.For more information please contact Jean Wildgoose.

Looking further ahead
It’s the Cresst Bring and Buy Plant Sale on Saturday 23rd July, 2.30 – 5.00pm, at the home of Ruth and John Vear – 5, Williamson Road. There will be Cream Teas and cake on sale.

Also next Saturday, Pauline Higbid is having a drop-in day at her house in aid of Bluebell Wood between 10 – 5.

Looking further ahead it’s the Annual Remembrance Day and peace picnic on Sunday 7th August to mark Hiroshima day. Meet in the Meersbrook Park walled garden between 2pm & 5pm. Fliers on table for more details.

Happy news!
Rosie Carnall is marrying Tim Relton this summer. As Tim is not a Quaker they have chosen to complete their legal marriage at the Town Hall. The wedding celebration will be a meeting for worship at Sheffield Quaker Meeting House at 1.30pm on Saturday 13th August, this will last for an hour and be followed by tea and cake afterwards. Rosie would be glad for Friends to come to this special meeting for worship. A children’s activity will be provided. It would be really helpful if you can say if you plan to come so we can be sure we’ll be ready to welcome the right number of children, and that there will be enough seats, and enough cake! We anticipate it will be a bit of a squeeze so please email Rosie (rosiecarnall@yahoo.co.uk) to let her know you’ll be there.

Next month it’s August: please sign up for helping to clean the Meeting House over the summer.

We’ve had an email from the ecumenical Quiet Prayer Group of South Yorkshire (part of Churches Together) asking whether we would like to be part of a tour of a Flame of Hope around South Yorkshire from 5th August – holding silent vigils for local communities to bring their concerns to God about what is happening in the world and in this country, praying for hope and friendship. Does anyone want to take this up? The Clerks have more information.

Does anyone need help with an allotment? Our Friend, Chrissie Hinde is in touch with two asylum seekers who would love to help. Please contact her for more details.