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Rev Kevin Jones; Tel: 01902 664773

Bill Caldwell; Tel:
mobile: 07703 731760; email: billcee365@aol.com

Rev Gordon Morton (for Lake Street enquiries); Tel: 01952 640079

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As we move from summer into autumn, many local churches will be celebrating "The Harvest". Over the next few weeks these Harvest Festivals and suppers will be part of our worship as our response to God's goodness and faithfulness in making provision for our physical and material needs.

Much of the produce which will form part of the traditional display at these services will be dried and tinned goods which will then be donated to the local outlets of the Black Country Foodbank.

Many of our local schools will also be using this season of Harvest to remind the pupils and students that behind all of the supply of food and other goods is the hard work of workers and labourers in the food provision chain - farmers, fishermen, tea and coffee growers and so many more.

I'm reminded that one of the great Harvest songs declares that "All good gifts around us are sent from heaven above" - created by a caring, loving God who is concerned about all of us.

Perhaps, at this time of the year, you'll have the opportunity to help meet the needs of others who may be in difficulty. You may also like to come and join us in church as we give thanks to God for His great faithfulness, mercy and love.

You are especially invited to join us for a Joint Community Harvest Supper and Service this Sunday.

The Speakers expected at our Methodist Church services this Sunday - 14th October - are:

At Upper Gornal:
10.45am- Jonathan Jones;
 6.00pm - Ann Marie Jones;

At Lake Street:
10.45am - Rev Gordon Morton;
.00pm - Keiron Bradley;

At Fiveways:
10.45am - Alec Williams;
 5.00pm - Joint Community Harvest Supper and Service at Zoar;

At Himley Road:
10.45am - Gemma Smith;
 5.00pm - Joint Community Harvest Supper and Service at Zoar;

At Zoar:
10.45am - Rev Kevin Jones;
.00pm - Joint Community Harvest Supper and Service.

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Come for a Cuppa

For a cuppa and some friendly conversation why not pop into one of the many coffee morning/afternoon gatherings around the Gornal and Sedgley area. A few are listed below. If you know of others let us know (contact Bill Caldwell via billcee365@aol.com or 07703 731760) and we will add them to the list.

Also, if you would like anything publicised send us the information and we will do our best to put it on the front page and in the community diary.

Mondays, 10am - 12noon: Coffee morning at Five Ways Methodist Church (Ruiton Street, Lower Gornal)

Tuesdays, 9.15am - 11.15am: Coffee Morning at Queen Victoria Children's Centre (School Street, Sedgley)

Tuesdays 10am - 11am: Coffee morning at Gornal Library, Gornal Village.

Thursdays 10.00am - 12noon: Coffee morning at Zoar Methodist Church, Gornal Village

Thursdays, 2pm- 3.30pm: Friends and Neighbours at Upper Gornal Methodist Church (Spills Meadow, Kent Street, Upper Gornal)

A welcome awaits

All are welcome to join with the congregations as they meet for worship and fellowship each sunday. All services in the five Gornal Methodist Churches commence at the same time, being 10.45am in the mornings and 6pm in the evenings.

The Methodist Churches are:
Himley Road (situated at Himley Road, Gornal Wood.)
Zoar (Abbey Road, Gornal Wood.)
Upper Gornal (Spills Meadow, Kent Street, Upper Gornal)
Lake Steet ( Lake Street, Lower Gornal.)
Five Ways (Ruiton Street, Lower Gornal.)

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