Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs
– an evening with Noel and
Tricia Richards at d:two, Henley Baptist Church, 55 Market Place, Henley, RG9
2AA on Sunday 30th June 7.00 – 9.30pm
. Tickets £7
and more information from www.dtwo.co.uk
or Michelle on 01491-577414 (ext 4)
at St Andrew’s Church, Albert Road, Caversham, RG4 7PL
on June 30th at 6 for 6.30 pm
. It will be a concert of
classical and Palestinian music performed by some extremely talented young
Palestinian musicians. As well as the music, we will have an opportunity to
learn more about the lives of young people in Israel/Palestine as the musicians
share their experiences. There will also be light Palestinian refreshments.
Tickets available from https://thelittleboxoffice.com/palmusic: Adults £12/
Under 25s and concessions £8).
Oxford Road Prayer Walk
an opportunity to take steps for God’s kingdom in Reading, and to shine a light
on a hard to reach part of our town’s community. After the great reception of
the first walk in May, Rahab is organising another prayer walk on
Wednesday 3rd July at 9:30am-10:30am.
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to let Rahab know you’ll be
'Growth versus Post-growth’
at (RISC) Reading
International Solidarity Centre, 35-39 London Street, RG1 4PS, Reading,
at 7.30pm Wednesday 3 July.
Politicians tell us we need to grow our
economies, but is this possible on our finite planet? Is our drive to consume,
leading us to social, economic and environmental collapse? Could a 'post growth'
economy offer us happy and fulfilled lives within sustainable limits? Come and
join in the debate led by Dr Andrew Mickleburgh, activist and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/events/578914905932902/
– a Reading at Work event for Christian Workplace groups
on 4th July at 7.30pm
at Greyfriars Church, Reading. Can living
your Christian calling in the workplace be about much more than your behaviour
at work? We are bringing together Christians who want to know how to make a
bigger impact in their workplace and leaders of Christian Workplace groups in
the Reading area. Together we will look at how a Christian workplace group can
have a big impact in the workplace and discuss best practice. Book at www.readingatwork.org
Non-stop praise and prayer with Christians from across
Reading. On Friday, 5th July from 4-10pm,
at St. Matthew's
Church, Southcote. Come for as long or as short as you like. Family worship from
4-5pm. Everyone is welcome!
Yeldall Manor, Christian Drug and
Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre, Annual Open Day on Saturday 6th July.
Gates open 12.30pm to buy a hog roast and ice-cream or bring a picnic. Stalls
for all ages: bouncy castle, plants, golf, penalties, face painting, craft etc
Celebration Service at 3pm.
Tea, coffee and cold drinks are
available and a strawberry tea! It will be a great afternoon with Yeldall
residents, ex-residents, staff and supporters, and bring your friends! Blakes
Lane, Hare Hatch – RG10 9TA. (We are also looking for people to help out with
all of the above attractions, so please contact us if you can help.
email@example.com, 0118 940 4411.)
THE WAY MINISTRY
READING ALPHA COURSE
- will be running at the Queens Arms, 24 Great
Knollys Street Reading. We will be inviting those who are homeless and in need
to take part in Alpha. The course will start on Tuesday 16th July at
and will run for at least 6 weeks. Please get in touch if you can
help facilitate the course or help by cooking and serving the meal. Please
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text @APLPH, your name and email@
to 07410 622399