Announcements

PARISH HAPPENINGS……

Please visit, and like, our Facebook page………   @templebreedygroup

This Sunday: 20th January, 2019 – The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

8.30 a.m. Holy Trinity – Service of Holy Communion

10.00 a.m. Nohoval – Service of Holy Communion

11.30 a.m. Holy Trinity – Service of Holy Communion

THIS COMING WEEK:

Thursday’s Thought for the Day with Sing Along – come and enjoy a social gathering over a cup of coffee every Thursday at 7.30pm in The Rectory, everyone welcome! Next on Thursday 17th January.

Mums/Carers & Tots – Friday mornings 10am – 12noon in The Rectory during school term.

Confirmation 2019 – Preparation Classes on Sunday 20th January from 1.00pm-3.00pm in The Rectory. The Bishop’s Confirmation Morning has been scheduled for Saturday 2nd March in Canon Packham Hall, Douglas from 10am-1pm.  ConfirmationSunday 5th May at 11.30am in Holy Trinity Church.

Children’s Choir – every Tuesday during school term in Holy Trinity Church.  Juniors 2 – 2.30pm and Seniors 3 – 3.45pm.

Table Tennis – Bi-weekly on Tuesday evenings in the Parish Room.  Next on Tuesday 22nd January.  Juniors: 5th & 6th classes – 7.30pm-8.30pm, Teens – 8.30pm onwards.  Contact: Norman on 087-9908447 for more information.

Christian Unity Week 2019 – Theme: ‘Only Justice’ from the people of Indonesia – Nohoval Select Vestry and our neighbouring Parish Council will meet Wednesday 23rd January in Nohoval Church at 8pm.

DIARY DATES:

The Church of Ireland Gazette – Launching monthly from January 2019.  In print and online at www.gazette.ireland.anglican.org.

Stop Stressing Over Stress –  1 Day Workshop on Self Care Skills at Northridge House on Saturday 26th or Thursday 31st January from 9.30am – 4.00pm, facilitated by Colette Culver.  Cost is €35 including lunch. Bookings to Claire on 021-4536551/claire.coakley@stlukeshome.ie.

CMS Ireland: Impact Roadshow 2019 in Cork – will take place in Canon Packham Hall, Douglas on Sunday 27th January, beginning at 3pm. The event is open to all and will be of particular interest to those with a connection with CMSI or a wider interest in global mission.  Details on the CMSI website or by contacting info@cmsireland.org.

Christian Unity Week 2019 – Theme: ‘Only Justice’ from the people of Indonesia – We will have readings and prayers on the 29th, 30th & 31st January at 2.30pm each day for 15mins in the Crosshaven Active Retirement Centre.  All welcome!

Holy Trinity Select Vestry MeetingTuesday 29th January at 8pm in the Parish Room.

CDYC – Youth Leaders Weekend 1st-3rd of February in the Clonakilty Park Hotel.  Anyone working with youth or would like to get involved in youth work, are more than welcome to attend – (Over 18’s).  This year our guest speaker will be Dean Draper from Lismore Union.

Templebreedy Church Choir –  The Choir will take a break for the month of January and resume practice on Monday 4th February at 7.30pm in Holy Trinity Church. New members are always welcome and no audition required!!! Contact Roger Ellis, Organist & Choirmaster  087 053 9416.

Friendship ClubFebruary:  Lunch has been arranged for Tuesday 5th February in Monkstown Golf Club at 12 noon for 12.30pm.  Cost is €20 for 2 courses plus tea/coffee.  Contact Liz O’Boyle or Jane Bryan to confirm your attendance before 25th January.  MarchParish & Friendship Club Pancake Morning on Tuesday 5th March – in the Rectory from 10.00am – 12.00pm, Cake Sale, Crafts & Raffle.  The first Tuesday of every month thereafter from 10.30am-12noon in the Crosshaven Active Retirement Centre.

Cork, Cloyne & Ross Children’s Ministry Group Workshop – Mental Health Training for Working with Children. Northridge House, St Luke’s Home, Mahon on Saturday 9th February 2019 from 10.00am – 2.00pm. Contact the Revd Elaine Murray emit@eircom.net for more information and to book a place (over 18s only).

Come Dine for Holy Trinity -Templebreedy presents “Come Dine for Holy Trinity”, fundraising for Holy Trinity Church, Crosshaven. Hold a lunch/dinner party for a few friends, your family or your neighbours, with each guest donating €20, it is a fun way of supporting a worthy cause.  Further information: see posters and from the parish office.

Ongoing Metal Collection – A reminder that we are still collecting scrap metal for fundraising. Contact:  Alec Bryan, Gordon Bryan or Graham Roberts for Crosshaven or Jim Ferguson for Nohoval.