Announcements-Ponte Sant' Angelo Methodist Church

Announcements

             
  PREACHERS' PLAN
April 2019
21 April - Rev. Tim MacQuiban (Easter Sunday)
28 April - Rev. Tim MacQuiban

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BIBLE READINGS
21 April 2019


Acts 10: 34-43; 1 Corinthians 15: 1-11; John 20: 1-18

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BIBLE STUDY

The PSA Wednesday Bible Study Group continues to meet on alternate Wednesdays. The next meeting will be on 10 April 2019. For further information please contact Sandra.

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Bible study home group Monteverde meets on Saturday from 5.30 pm to 7.15 pm. The next meetings will be on 13 and 27 April 2019 and the study focuses on the book of Acts. For more information contact Alessia or Federico.

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RICE BOWL APPEAL

This year, the Lent Rice Bowl Project is raising money for ACT Alliance (Action of Churches together) supporting their work in Sulawesi, Indonesia. ACT Alliance is a global alliance of more than 145 churches and related organisations working together in over 120 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalized people. For more information, see the
March 2019 edition of The Bridge.

Envelopes for contributions to the Rice Bowl Appeal are available at the back of the church and can be put in the general collection anytime during Lent.

As our contribution towards the Rice Bowl appeal, there will be a bake sale at PSA after the service on 14 April, so that you can enjoy your cakes at the end of Lent. 

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LENT RESOURCES

The Lent resource Travel Lightly invites us to use Lent as a journey to reduce the consumption of things we rely on, traveling lightly so we become aware of how many in the world lack much by way of basic resources. We might want to consider giving what we save to the Lent Appeal for the Rice Bowl project. 

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ECUMENICAL GARDEN
S. Gregorio al Celio
Sponsored by Churches Together in Rome


On two Saturdays a month, from 10am 1pm, a member of the Ecumenical Garden community will supervise volunteers in planting, raking, weeding and trimming. All tools provided. The next open days will be announced shortly.

Please join in this project to strengthen our ecumenical ties and enjoy the beauty of a garden in the middle of Rome! For more information please contact
rose@wentztraining.com.