CTMH Update 23.5.18
Friday 25th May
Friday Night is Film Night – Elm Hall Drive 7.00 for 7.30pm start
Poignant father (AA Milne) son drama dealing with heavy themes. Certificate PG. with subtitles. Refreshments before screening and during interval. All Welcome, Admission free, Donations welcome
Tuesday 29th May
CREDIT UNION and RIVERSIDE’S FLOATING SUPPORT
Every Tuesday at St Barnabas 10.30am - Noon
St Barnabas Church host a Lodge Lane Credit Union drop-in service in church. A full range of Credit Union services is available.
Also, Liverpool City Council has commissioned a drop-in support service, which is run by the Riverside Housing Floating Support Team and promotes the well-being and independence of vulnerable people in Liverpool. Advice on matters such as, budgeting, debt management, accessing benefits and finding/sustaining accommodation is available.
Tea and coffee is available between 10.30am and noon.
Friday 8th June
The Liverpool Harmonic Gospel Choir – St Anne’s, Aigburth 7.30pm
St Anne's Church, Aigburth proudly presents The Liverpool Harmonic Gospel Choir in Concert at 7:30 pm. Tickets cost £6 and are available from the church (Janette Martindell/Ruth McCann/Ian Greenwood) and also online at http://stann.es/tickets .
Refreshments will be available and all proceeds will go towards the St Anne's Space2Grow Project.
Saturday 9th June
Strawberry Tea and Plant Sale - Allerton URC. 2-4pm
Come and join us at the corner of Matther Avenue and Booker Avenue for a great afternoon.
Monday 11th June
CTMH SOCIAL WALKING GROUP Hilbre Island
Come and join us on the 2nd Monday of each month.
In June we are walking from West Kirby over the sands at low tide to Hibre Island, with the possibility of seeing seals. Grading: Moderate. Two miles each way over the wet sand, and some slippery rocks to cross before Hilbre island.
Meet: at Liverpool Central Station outside WHSmiths by 10.30 a.m. and we will catch the 10.40 train to West Kirby. Back at Central around 4 pm.
Sorry, no dogs. Safety note: Those taking part must be responsible for their own safety as the Walking Group is informal and does not have insurance cover. A mobile phone must be brought, or shared with a partner.
Sunday 17th June
Choral Evensong with Cantata – Mossley Hill parish Church 6.30pm
Johann Sebastian Bach: We thank you, God, we thank you (Cantata 29)
A Cantata to celebrate the anniversary of the consecration of the Church of St Matthew and St James—Mossley Hill Parish Church—in 1875, and to give thanks for the history and life of the church. Besides the usual ensemble of voices, strings and oboes, Bach has provided parts for three trumpets and timpani, and a prominent role for the organ. Singers and Players directed by Phil Duffy
Saturday 30th June
GARSTON FUN DAY, Garston Park (Long Lane). 11am – 3.00pm
Supported by Garston Churches with other local groups. Come along, it’s fun for all with climbing wall, skate park, inflatable assault course, play beach, donkey rides, family sports, face painting, classic cars, craft market, football cage, Zumba.
See https://www.longlanechurch.com/garston-funday for a poster with more info.
Saturday July 7th & Sunday 8th
Merseyside Welsh Heritage Society, NHS Festival
Merseyside Welsh Heritage society, a registered charity, invites you to its NHS Festival – 70 years since the NHS was formed in July 1948
Saturday Morning, Lecture and Discussion at the Welsh Centre in Bethel Presbyterian Church, entrance Auckland Road by Heathfield Road. Liverpool 18
Doors open 10:00 am A nominal fee of £2 will be expected
10:30 am Lecture on Aneurin Bevan ( 1997-1960 ) by Reverend Professor Dr David Ben Rees, Allerton. In Welsh. But instant translation is given.
11:15 Light Refreshment
11:45 Three distinguished medical scholars Professor Mari Lloyd -Williams, University of Liverpool. Dr John G. Williams, Allerton and Dr Rhys Davies, Aintree will discuss the progress in the NHS between 1948 and 2018
Sunday morning: 10.30pm Service of Thanksgiving for the National Health Service. at Bethel Welsh Presbyterian Church. Preacher Reverend Dr Goronwy Prys Owen, Bala. All welcomed.
ROYAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE
The Royal Voluntary Service has a brand new service in Liverpool. They are looking for volunteers to provide short-term support to an older person returning home from a hospital stay to enable them to return home with confidence when no other support is available. Volunteers may help with shopping, collecting prescriptions, looking after pets or just being there when people begin to do things for themselves. For more information, please go to http://www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/volunteer.'