What's going on in BART

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power of prayer

                    The Power of Prayer

Saturday 4th May

From 9am–10am

VENUE FOR THIS MONTH ONLY
South View London Road Ryarsh

Please come and join in prayer for all that is going on in the local church and for what more we could do in and for our communities and in prayer for our nation and for the world.

Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labour in vain - Psalm 127:1




BART Women's Fellowship

women

At the April meeting of BART Women’s Fellowship we were due to hear Helen Cooke speaking about “The Hands of Christ”. However, on the Monday before the Thursday meeting.

Helen’s husband, Nigel, was summoned to St. Thomas’ Hospital, London for a long awaited heart operation. Helen, who had already prepared her talk, contacted Brenda Hurd who gallantly offered to read Helen’s talk. So we heard the words of Helen through Brenda’s voice.

It was a splendid liaison – and members received a fantastic, encouraging message through the co-cooperation of the dynamic duo.

Red Alert : Due to essential repair works on the roof of Ryarsh Church Hall, the next meeting of BART Women’s Fellowship has been postponed to the second Thursday of the month, and will now take place at 2.00pm in the Church Hall on Thursday, May 9th .

The speaker will be the Reverend Mark Montgomery who lives on Kings Hill, who will be speaking about “A Church without Walls”.






Does a Sunday morning not always work well for family time in church?

Then come and try:


messy church

For BART villages & beyond,

children & parents/ families

come and have fun together

 



28th May in Ryarsh

Hidden Treasure
meet 4pm at the children’s play area in Ryarsh Park for
Treasure Hunt
leading to Ryarsh Church Hall,
for fun activities and craft

light tea (jacket potatoes),
finishing 6pm

 

15th June in Birling
an afternoon at All Saints
Once upon a Time — Stories Jesus Told

&
Big Book of Birling
please be looking out any photographs or other memorabilia about Birling
that you might be able to bring along on the day

craft activities, story time, songs & tea

 

September in Addington
TBC

 

12th October in Trottiscliffe
Celebrating Harvest
2-4pm, Village Hall



THY KINGDOM COME

Join the 4th Annual Global Wave of Prayer between Ascension and Pentecost
May 30th—June 9th 2019

Light up the world in prayer to Meet Jesus 

BART, Malling Deanery & Churches Together in Malling Events

Everyone welcome to join in events and in prayer for our families and friends, our communities, our nation and the world  - click on link below for a full list of events:

TKC





Thursday Morning Prayer

prayer

Come and join us in bible reading and prayer for our communities,

including our schools, the world, and the church at 8.30am for half an hour

at St Peter & St Paul, Trottiscliffe, each Thursday morning. 

 


Bible Studies


Tuesday Lunch Time Bible Study BIBLE STUDY2


12 noon to 2 pm 

in the Geoffrey Grimes Room, St Margaret, Addington

Please bring your own lunch — soup and tea/coffee are provided Contact Linda 01732842249 

or just come along

See Addington page for this month's dates

 

 

 

Wednesday evening

BIBLE STUDY2

The Wednesday evening Home Group meets alternate Wednesday evenings at 7.30.

It is held in the home of Chris and john Dudley and is currently studying Genesis. 

Please come at 7.15 for coffee, prompt start at 7.30 to finish at 8.30. Tel 01732 847158

See Addington page for this month's dates

 

 

 


 

Let’s Do Lunch


LUNCHOrganised by Dynamic Future Together Community Interest Company with St Martin’s Church Ryarsh. It is supported by volunteers and Aylesford School pupils.

 

The Lunch Club is held on the 2nd Friday every month from 11am to 1.30pm at Ryarsh Church Hall, off Roughetts Road, Ryarsh 

ME19 5LB. It is for the around 50's and over to enjoy and make friends.                                                                                                       

There will be an activity followed by a two course lunch. The Cost is by Voluntary donation.


Free transport can be provided, if required, depending on our volunteers’ availability. 

Please book your place and transport on 07436545788




 

Flix on Fridays

popcorn2Welcome to an informal gathering each month to watch a film together. We watch mainstream films with often challenging subjects that give us an opportunity to reflect on a Christian response to some contemporary issues and questions. 

We meet in the Geoffrey Grimes Room at Addington church at 7.00 for a 7.15 prompt start. Refreshments are provided.

If you would like to know more please contact Judy Grimes on 01732 605229 or simply come along and join us.

See Addington page for this month's dates