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Mission Aid Projects

                   Autumn Fare events at T.A.B. raise money for the church’s ongoing Mission Aid Projects which include :-

                    1. Supporting the Bethesda Leprosy Hospital in Narsapur, South India.

                    2. Financially supporting a young boy in Niger, Africa with his education expenses and community projects.

                    3. Sending knitted baby layettes and hygiene packs to C.M.I. Aid in Moldova.



Capernwray Students’ Visit


                                       Four students from Capernwray were with us for ten days from the 23rd February to the 3rd March. The leader Ben was from the United States,

                                       Hannah and Jenna were from Canada and Deborah was from Belgium. They had a very active week helping with Kids Club, taking part in the

                                       Sunday services and the Take-A-Break on Wednesday. In addition they helped at the Manchester Drop-in centre, and on Sunday night were on

                                       the streets of Manchester City Centre getting alongside those living on the streets and providing food and clothing. They also took an assembly

                                       at a local school, and visited three Retirement Homes. It was a great time and we were blessed by having them with us. We pray that they will

                                       continue to seek God’s will for their lives and be a blessing to others in their service for the Lord.



On Good Friday we met for communion, remembering  Jesus' amazing sacrifice, enduring the physical pain, as well as the emotional and spiritual suffering of being forsaken by God as he took our sins upon himself. After the service we had lunch together at a local restaurant and afterwards went for deserts, tea and coffee at the home of a couple in the Church. The whole day was a great time of fellowship with our Lord and one another.

The service on Easter Sunday was well attended and the message of a resurrected Lord and Saviour came across strongly. It was great to see those who took part included all age groups. The children, in the part they played were especially appreciated by all present.


A Harvest Supper event took place on Saturday 13th October when over 30 people attended what was a lovely evening when we enjoyed  a classical concert given by Epiphany Arts Trust with refreshments in between the two halves of the concert. Those present donated a sum of  £235 which was split and forwarded to The Barnabas Fund and Renewal Northwest for their work  in helping refugees.     



The annual Carols by Candlelight service took place on Sunday evening 16th December. There were about 50 people present including a number of children and besides church members there were a number of women from the Wednesday ‘Take-A-Break’ and other visitors. There were carols, readings in which the children were involved, with the  meaning of Christmas explained at the conclusion. Coffee, tea and mince pies were then served.





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