Lent is upon us once again. This year, God is challenging us to think about what it means to be the Church. Twelve months ago, our Lent Daily Prayer was based on the Book of Nehemiah, a book which details a construction project. This year, we are looking at how we can build ourselves and build each other up in faith. How can a diverse group of people remain united in what they are doing? What do each of us need to be doing in order to strengthen the Church? We are looking for answers to these questions in an ancient letter, written from a prison in Rome and sent to a city in Turkey nearly 2000 years ago. In order to give a bit more context, on Saturdays and Sundays the readings will not be from the Book of Ephesians, but from other parts of the New Testament which relate to Ephesus.
All the resources you need to join us in this Lenten Discipline can be found HERE.
Friday 5thApril 7.30pm
Landsdown Room at the Weoley Castle Working Men’s Club
158 Barnes Hill B29 5TY
£10 per ticket to include the quiz, buffet and a hot drink.
(Gluten Free can be ordered)
Bar and raffle
Tickets available from St Boniface Church
Fundraising for the St Boniface Church Refurbishment Fund, a church for the Quinton community.
(Car park entrance between the club and the bingo hall)
25 miles and over 1600m (5,000feet) of climbing
The Yorkshire Three Peaks are situated in the Yorkshire Dales and the challenge consists of climbing the summit of Pen-y-ghent (694m; 2,227 ft), Whernside (736 m; 2415 ft) and Ingleborough (723m; 2,372ft) in less than 12 hours. The 25-mile circular route is popular amongst avid hikers, challenge seekers and charity fundraisers.
All proceeds to Refurbishment Project.
There are 6-7 spaces available and participants are expected to seek sponsorship/make a donation for the St Boniface Refurbishment Fund.
6.30am – 7am each weekday during Lent (meeting in the lounge)
Starts 6th March to Friday 19th April.