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Sunday, 14 October 2018 00:00

GOD'S STOREHOUSE

Tallaght Methodist Church is no longer receiving clothing for the Storehouse, but contributions of any of the following are always extremely welcome: pasta, pasta sauces, rice, jam, coffee, tea, sugar, breakfast cereal, biscuits, crackers and soups, tuna, tins of fruit, creamed rice, sweet corn and baked beans. Thank you.

 

THE METHODIST MODERN ART EXHIBITION COMES TO DUBLIN

The British Methodist Church has an art collection (the Methodist Modern Art Exhibition) which will be hosted in the Royal Hibernian Academy (Ely Place) from 14th November to 21st December 2018. On 14th November, at 6.00 pm, the exhibition will be opened specifically for the Methodist community and all of us are warmly invited to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity. In advance of the exhibition, an ecumenical training day entitled “Exploring Faith Through Art” will be taking place on Saturday 20th October, 2018 in Wesley House, Leeson Park from 9.30 am-4.30 pm. The charge for the day, including lunch and refreshments, is €10.00.Please register with Gillie Hinds at [email protected] or by calling her on 087-1145526 as soon as you can. Details of the programme are on the notice board in the foyer.  

 

A MESSAGE FROM HEE EUN

 

Hi I'm Hee eun!
Hello to all my friends in Rathgar Methodist Church
I have enjoyed been with you  since January 2018
I remember the first time I went to church with Anne  and I could notunderstand everything  Vanessa said  but now I am and proud  and happythat  I understand  everyone!
Thank you for opportunities of reading twice in Church in both Korean andEnglish so I am happy with my achievements.  I have achieved some of mygoals.
Now I am at home in Seoul, Korea with my Mum, Dad and Grandmother and willbe visiting my brother who is doing his National Service (2years).
My next goals are to finish my degree. My subjects are Philosophy, Chineseand History.
I love Ireland, I love its people, culture and history.
 I hope to return to Dublin to do a masters degree next year.
Until then, I will say goodbye to all my friends in Rathgar,

Hee eun

 


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David Holmes has produced a new batch of delicious crab apple jelly. These are on sale in the foyer at €4 per jar with all proceeds going to church funds.

 

 

 

CAN YOU HELP?

One of the ladies in our congregation who is downsizing is still looking for a small wardrobe with both hanging space and one or two drawers and/or shelves. If you can help, please see Vanessa.

 

SUCCESS FOR RATHGAR NATIONAL SCHOOL HOCKEY TEAM

Pictured are the members of the Rathgar National School Hockey team.  There was great excitement when the boys won the Leinster Schools Division 3 Hockey cup.  Congratulations on your achievement!

 

Boys hockey

 

 

SOMETHING NEW FOR THE AUTUMN?

A reminder about the Rathgar Active Retirement Association, which meets at 52, Grosvenor Road in Rathgar on Tuesday afternoons at 2.30 pm, and which is keen to recruit new members in the autumn. Activities include table tennis, cards, Scrabble, indoor bowling and painting classes with occasional outings to museums and galleries and the theatre. Wesley Riddall is happy to provide further information.

 

2019 CALENDARS NOW AVAILABLE

The Railway Preservation Society of Ireland steam train calendars for 2019 are now available for €10.00. If you wish to order, please contact Wesley. For further information about RPSI steam trains, go to steamtrainsireland.ie for dates/departures. You can book online.


TABLE TENNIS CLUB IS LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS

The table tennis club which meets in our hall on Thursday evenings is looking for new members. If you or someone you know would like to play, just drop down after 8pm anyThursday.  We cater for all standards of play. Contact Max McNeill 086 3743285 for further information.