Attachments – (1) Ignite


Prayer Diary

Lisa, Nik, Annabel, Elliott and Lotti

Barbara and Mike







Turnbury Avenue, Cairn Close, Bude Close

We pray for those who lead the Folk Club and other musical opportunities within the town.

Mission Partners
Hope for Life, working with the poorest district of Katanga, Uganda to provide education

Morning Prayer
9.00 a.m. Morning Prayer at the Vicarage next week is Monday – Thursday inclusive



Church Council (18/1)

Please pray for our Church Council on Saturday as we are having a morning away to consider three possible projects to do with our outreach ministry.



Wassail (18/1)

Ever been wassailing? It’s a sort of weird cross between harvest prayers and a pantomime. It’s this Saturday afternoon starting at the Old Farmhouse at 4.30 pm. img174.jpg



Sunday (19/1)

On Sunday Pauline leads us and I will preach on Isaiah 65. But before that – breakfast from 9.00 – 10.00. Fundraising for West End Impact with Beans on Toast. In addition, toast and Jam, fruit juices and hot drinks.



Last Sunday (26/1)

Our event for young people aged 11-16 returns to its conventional final Sunday of the month position at the school, 5.00-6.00 p.m

Ignite (26/1)

Last Sunday is swiftly followed by one of our occasional evening services for all the Christians in town. This time it’s at All Saints, Wraxall, at 6.30 pm. Poster attached with details.Poster Ignite Word.docx

Breakfast Run

An encouraging note from Trevor:

‘Every Sunday morning a small team sets off from Nailsea for central Bristol. Before leaving they have collected hot sausages, bread rolls and flasks of coffee and tea from a home where preparation has been underway since the early hours. Their destination is a street behind the bus station where a small crowd who have no home will have gathered to receive them. En route they will have been looking out for others who have been sleeping rough, stopping to administer a hot drink and food as necessary.

‘On the second Sunday of the month it is a Trendlewood team that goes. Kerry and Dan and their two girls are faithful members of the Trendlewood Breakfast Run team and several times a year will be up early cooking and administering comfort. Dan recently spotted an opportunity when the Skipton Building Society invited nominations for awards from their Community Fund. To his and the rest of the team’s delight £1000 has now been sent to Trendlewood Church to use for this ministry.

‘We will work with the other Nailsea churches to use this gift as a boost to what can be done every Sunday morning. The team would love to talk to any who would like to more.’



Job Vacancies

  • Another Duty or Church Warden to shadow the current team and step in next year
  • We desperately need more help with the laptop as one of our regulars is unavailable for the next rota. Could you learn to do this?
  • Children’s work co-ordinator and week-by-week helpers
  • Home Group co-ordinator

Details of all these jobs available from wardens or clergy. Do have an informal chat.


With love,