Calling everyone interested in sewing, knitting, crafts, Days for Girls etc to a Mothers’ Union Sewing Circle in Dromore Cathedral Church Hall on Saturday 22nd February from 10am – 12.30pm. Refreshments available throughout the morning.
Full range of items that MU distributes to Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Prison etc will be on display. These will be demonstrated and patterns made available.
Monday 24th at 10.30am in the Clayton Hall. All welcome.
Lent begins on Wednesday 26th February at 7.30pm with a short reflective service in the Cathedral. During the season of Lent we are encouraging the Church family to engage in the ‘Jar of Grace’ project.
At each meal time throughout Lent, we would ask that before you enjoy your meal, take a moment to place a coin/coins in the glass jar and offer a prayer of thanksgiving for the food and for the projects we will be supporting through your giving. On Easter Sunday, we would encourage folks to bring their Jars of Grace to Church and we will receive them and ask God’s blessing on them. We will be supporting two projects.
The first project is to go towards the cost of the installation of a toilet in the middle porch in the Cathedral.
The second project is our link with the Diocese of Maridi in South Sudan. The 3 areas of support are; transport for Bishop Moses, health care at Bethsaida Clinic and education at the Haddow School.
Wednesday 26th February is our Overseas Night and we will have Gillian McMurran along to speak about her association with the High School and the work they do with the Kenya Project.
To support this project, we have been asked to supply new underpants for either male or female and also tights for girls or adults. These will be taken over on the next High School visit. Please bring these on 26th or any parishioner can donate these and leave with Jill in the Church Office or give to Ruby Porter or myself, Helen Forsythe.
There will also be a Bring and Buy sale that evening, so do bring some cash along with you and a few items you may want to recycle. Any money raised will go to the Overseas fund.
Will be held on Friday 28th February at 8pm in the Cathedral Hall. There will be something for all ages and all interests.
Come along as a team (maximum 6 per table) or come and join a team and enjoy an evening of fun and fellowship. Refreshments served during interval and prizes to be won. £5 per person.
The Dromore Cathedral History Reading Group are next scheduled to meet on Monday 23 March 2020 at 7.30pm in The Clayton Hall.
The book for discussion at this meeting will be – Stalingrad by Anthony Beevor.
This 1998 best selling publication is considered to be the definitive account of the epic turning point of the Second World War.
The Independent newspaper at the time of publication described this book as being – “.. bedtime reading for those who do not dream”
All are most welcome to attend and join in with what should be an interesting and challenging discussion.