Please note: The Co-Operative store on Teehey Lane will be open from 8am till 9am daily, so that vulnerable customers can shop safely.
There are now 2 large plastic bin to the left of the Community Centre to receive food bank and Ark items. They will be emptied regularly throughout the day.
Please wipe the lid after use with the wipes provided and put them in the adjacent waste bin.
Thanks for your generosity.
There is now a wooden box outside the Church, for you to post your written prayers, which will be offered up during our services. Please do send in your prayers.
O Lord Jesus, because, being surrounded with infirmities we often sin and have to ask pardon, help us to forgive as we would be forgiven; neither mentioning old offences committed against us, nor dwelling upon them in thought, nor being influenced by them in heart; but loving our brother freely, as you freely loved us. For your name’s sake. Amen
If you feel like a bit of a sing-song, Ian Millington has created a YouTube playlist of some modern worship songs that we might look to test out in future services, in better times, when we are all together. It includes some favourites, such as 10,000 reasons and some lesser known ones. There are 65 in all, so, something for everyone. You can access the Playlist on the following link:
Wirral Council has an extensive online resource for people who need assistance or support, plus opportunities for volunteering. Click on this link Wirral Info Bank
Online classes for children. Children’s Centre classes may be suspended, but centre staff are still supporting parents by running classes. From cookery to relaxing story times, there are aplenty of ideas to keep the kids entertained. Visit http://bit.ly/2VjYjA2 for five online classes you could try this week.
Virtual book club. If you are a book lover who is missing your group or would like to try a club, Wirral Libraries is starting an online club. To join, visit http://goodreads.com/group/show/1082163-wirral-libraries-bookbuzz
Select the drop down menu, searching under ‘groups’ for Wirral Libraries Bookbuzz.
Silver Line Tel: 0800 70 80 90
Silverline is a free, 24 hour, confidential helpline for older people that covers a range of topics and someone to speak to at any time of the night or day.
NHS Mental Health Crisis Line for Wirral, Chester West and Chester East
Tel: 0300 303 3972 24hr helpline
For young people and all adult age groups