THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED – see you there!
We love the guys over at Walk Ministries so when we heard that they are working towards opening a drug and alcohol rehab centre right here in Stoke-on-Trent, we wanted to help. So come and join us on Saturday 16th April, 7pm for a night of Mexican food and deep inspiration.
Simon Edwards will be telling us some of the story of Walk Ministries so far, and all about their hopes and plans for Liberty Farm.
It is a ticketed event, so please get yours ASAP as we expect to be full!
To start: Nachos with salsa
To follow: Fajitas with chicken, guacamole, smoked vegetables, soured cream and Mexican rice.
To finish: Fruit pies and ice cream
We are only charging £5 per person, so that no-one will be put off by the expense. This is a fundraising event however, so feel free to give more!
Another great breakfast at the Toby Carvery, Festival Park.
There is a major running event happening around the Hanley Park area on 28th February. As a result, lots of local roads will be closed. The closures begin at 9:30am. According to the council, the closures will only be long enough to allow the runners to pass. Our advice is to arrive before 9:30am if you can, or at least leave a bit earlier to give yourself time to find an alternative route if necessary. You may have to park in a different part of Shelton to normal. The Thomas Boughey Centre car park is available, off Cauldon Road.
Coming up later this year…
Eating together is always fun. This lunch was laid on mostly by Brian to say thank you to the church for helping him through his recent hospital stay.
Many thanks to Bernard and Chris for coming over for the weekend. It was a very special time of remembering our shared history at Park Church.
Bernard encouraged us to seek more of God in both sermons: Morning Evening
There’s also part of the interview. Sorry it’s only half of it.
…and that video.
As an alternative to Hallowe’en, Kwl Kidz (our youth group) had a light party. It was well attended by those who normally attend Kwl Kidz, as well as there being some new faces.
The evening was kicked-off with Ruth’s quiz, followed by some games ran by Richard and Dave. After these was a well-loved favourite; the chocolate game, run by Julie. It was then pizza, garlic bread and salad time for both children and adults before ice cream and more games ensued, including a glow stick and balloon disco. Last of all came the important talk given by Pete about Jesus being the Light of the World.