3 August 2018
Christ Church Lille Newsletter
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On Sunday 5 August, the service will be led by the Reverend Philip Edell of the Mission to Seafarers in Dunkirk who we already know well. Welcome Philip and thank you for leading our service this week.
The website Bible Gateway enables you to see any of the readings on line, and in any of 50 languages. In church, we use the NIV (UK) version.
There will be a service at 10:30 am every Sunday from now until the end of August - no 9:15 or 18:30 services until September. See the calendar here.
Congratulations Solomon and Marie_opt
Everyone loves a wedding, and we are delighted to send love and congratulations to Solomon (one of our hard-working church council members) and Marie, who were married on Saturday 28 July.
Thanks to Frances for the photos.
On Sunday 12 August we will be welcoming the Reverend Sheila Hughes.
The Reverend Sheila Hughes writes:
"My main ministry has been Evangelism and Mission mostly within Through Faith Missions (TFM) throughout the UK, Jersey, Isle of Man and Kenya. I was ordained in 2006 and was a curate and part of the ministry team in St Thomas with St Lawrence, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire. I am married to John, have four married children and eight grandchildren."
Also on Sunday 12 August
Kelly and Mary Festus are bringing their two youngest children, Favour and Kevin, to church on August 12th for a Dedication Ceremony. This will take place during the 10:30 service of Holy Communion. Please pray for the children and their parents on this special occasion.
Are you busy baking for the Braderie? It's a bit hot, but as soon as it cools down a little, we need all your home baking. The freezer is plugged in and waiting, so you can bring baked goods along from now on (please speak to Frances for more information).
See more below.

Lille Braderie

Please sign up to join in with our community event.
See the website: https://christchurchlille.fr/events/lille-braderie-2018-pavement-cafe/
The sign-up forms are online, you can print and return or send by email.
If you don't have internet access, there are some paper copies at the back of the church.
What's Twitter for? And who is it for?
What's the difference between Snapchat and Instagram?
Who uses Facebook, and what for?
If you've been wondering, join in a free online training session "a webinar", Social Media for Beginners. It's run by the Church of England Communications team and will take place on 5 September.
Click the link for all the details of how to sign up:
Social Media webinars

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