Hazelwell Church

Hazelwell Contact 21st February 2020

19 Feb 2021 • Weekly Notices

  • Hazelwell Weekly Contact 21st February 2021


    • Joy Wadsworth 
      will lead Morning Worship on Zoom at 10.00am

      Celtic cross, Iona

      Please Pray For

      All who are currently battling covid at home

      Moira and her family

      Sunday 21st February
      Joy Wadsworth will lead the service on Zoom at 10.00am this Sunday

      All Welcome - use link below

      Topic: 10.00am Hazelwell Sunday Worship

      Join Zoom Meeting

      https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5429440666?pwd=ZWdld05LeTU3bjFVdkZZNkR3ZExhQT09

      Meeting ID: 542 944 0666

      Passcode: 9cUGo6

      Foodbank News

      Spearhead Trust (c/o Fred Rattley) is still making Foodbank Collections and decided to carry on until lockdown finishes.

      Food can be dropped off at Fred’s Home, 21 Livingstone Road, Kings Heath,

      or Yvonne & David Swain, 25 Westminster Drive, Kings Heath, B14 6BG

      B30 Foodbank – WEEKENDING February `13th 2021

      Last WeekWe received in donations of 1767k and gave out 2634k, 1570k to 135 clients and 1064k to other foodbanks or similar.

      Urgent list
      UHT semi-skimmed milk (green), UHT whole milk (blue), porridge, potato smash, disposable razors, non-gender-specific shower gel, shampoo, sturdy bags for life

      Low in stock
      Tinned meat (ham, corned beef, pulled pork, pork slices); tinned fruit in juice, tinned or packet custard (not powder), sugar (500g bags not kilo bags), instant coffee (not decaffeinated), jam, honey, peanut butter, long-life fruit jugs, tinned tomatoes, tinned spaghetti, tinned rice pudding, pasta sauces, tinned fish (not tuna), soap bars, toothbrushes (single or pairs wrapped), toothpaste, sanitary towels (not tampons).

      Well stocked and do not need
      Backed beans, tea bags (40 or 80 bags), pasta shapes, dry spaghetti, instant hot chocolate (made up with water, not milk), tinned macaroni cheese, tinned vegetables and pulses, tinned/packet soup, tinned tuna, tinned potatoes, rice, treats/snack bars, crisps, squash, tinned meat products (meat balls, sausages in beans, spaghetti Bolognese), dairy-free milks, gluten-free items, noodle pots/sachets, biscuits, cooking ingredients, eggs, decaffeinated drinks, large bottles of coke/pop, bottled water, pet food, baby food/milk/toiletries/nappies; toilet rolls, plastic carrier bags

      Cannot distribute Anything with even a small trace of alcohol in

      A reflection for Lent from Christian-Meditation

      Like meditation, Lent isn’t about spiritual leverage over God or about taking back control of our spiritual journey. As we begin Lent, let’s decide, with the simplest motivation, whether we will do something or do nothing. (Her mother told the young Queen in the TV series The Crown that doing nothing is the most difficult thing.) The gift today is to determine to more deeply believe the gift of God’s love. This is impossible until we feel that God actually likes us.

      Let’s try this Lent to shed whatever remains of our pagan, ego-coloured idea of God and so prepare for the resurrection by living in the new light of Christ. The old gods died when devotion to them dried up. They looked powerful but, like celebrities, they feed off human attention and wither when it fails.

      The true God is far more real and interesting and infinitely friendly. So, something or nothing? Simply being more faithful to our daily times of meditation and to the simplicity of the mantra combines both options. (As John Main said ‘prayer is the essential ascesis of the Christian life’).