The Harbour Church, Whitstable

  • 10 Harbour Street
  • Whitstable
  • Kent
  • CT5 1AQ

01227 276360
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Commencing 15th July



To Think About...


Your greatest fulfilment in life will come when you      discover your unique gifts and abilities and use them to edify others and glorify the LORD. 

 Neil T. Anderson


Sunday July 15th

       10.30  Morning service is led by Peter and Brian will be preaching on the topic ‘Gifts for the common good.’  The reading is 1 Corinthians 12:1-11

       5.00 pm.  Church Café Style at the Baptist church, Middle Wall.  An informal gathering which includes a light tea.  We join with friends from the URC, Methodist and Baptist churches.

Please note, there is no evening service at Harbour Church




Tuesday 17th

       9.30 am Playmates, parent and toddler group, have their last meeting before the summer break; a barbeque on the beach at 11.00am


       2.30 pm 7Cs Club  Come and relax in a friendly environment with a variety of activities.


Wednesday 18th  Bible study at 8.00 pm at Gordon’s  

Thursday 19th

       10.30 am  OASIS – our popular half hour of worship and prayer which includes a topical talk.  This week led by Brian.                                Please see over

       11.00-11.30 am  Refreshments follow Oasis, but there is no light lunch today.                 

    



11.30 am to 2.30 pm  Exhibition of Wood  Carving by the Seasalter woodcarving group.  These are contemporary carvings and are depictions of the ‘Miracles of Christ.’  We will also open the church at the same times on Friday and Saturday.  Come and see these 10 panels and perhaps gain a new perspective on Jesus’ miracles.


Cancelled


Will take place at a later date


Sunday 22nd  Sea Sunday  On Sea Sunday we will be joining with other Christians in procession from St. Alphege church to the Harbour.  You are welcome to attend the service in the church at 9.30 am or gather outside at approx. 10.10 am for the procession.  Most of the churches send someone to this event, which is part of the Oyster festival; each church carries their CTiW Cross.


The service in the church is paused for the procession and then resumed at the Harbour.  It usually ends in time for us to return from the Harbour to our church for our service, which will begin slightly later at 10.45 am.      




On the table today 


Please pick up the latest news and prayer letters - Keeble News, Maxine/CMI Asia, and John & Helen.  Do check the table for other news you might not yet have seen, including the Schools Work Trust News.

Maxine  there are copies of the latest letter from Maxine.  Please do take a look and prayerfully consider the urgent request that is being made.