Presentation on theme: "Good News Stories. Broseley Open the Book - Noah."— Presentation transcript:
Good News Stories
Broseley Open the Book - Noah
Bridgnorth Open the Book - The Last Supper
OPEN THE BOOK Taking Bible stories into schools Find out how your church could develop this opportunity with other Christians in your area Open the Book taster session 7.30pm on Thursday 4 October at Oakengates United Church For more details contact: Deacon Ann Shephard (01952) or
Bridgnorth Stepping Stones group
Bridgnorth Little Fishes
Bridgnorth Big Fishes
Good News from Wellington We had a very successful holiday club during the summer, over 40 youngsters attended. Our Sunday J team is growing. We had 2 very successful church lunches to say goodbye and good luck to Peter and Sue and to welcome to Graham and Christine. Our youngsters got good grades in their exams and are off to University.
Good News from Shifnal The Wednesday coffee morning is thriving and a special was held to replenish the kitchen cutlery. Some of the folk spilled out of the front door to enjoy their refreshments in the glorious sunshine.
Good News from Dawley We had an active Holiday at Home during the summer, visiting China, India, Africa and USA as well a coach trip to the National Memorial Arboretum and Lichfield Cathedral. Food is being collected and distributed in association with St Vincent de Paul Society. Thanks go to all those who have donated to this, with a special mention to St Georges Primary School who today have brought about 50 carrier bags of tinned food from their harvest celebration.
Good News from Horsehay Friday night youth group 7-9pm, (term time only) for ages (approx) Activities include; Wii games, table tennis, board games, crafts. The activity still remains hugely popularity of the group