Contact Details:

Springwell Road 

Springwell Village 

Gateshead 

Tyne & Wear 

NE9 7RY 

Tel:

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Whoever you are or wherever you may be - 
a big welcome to the

"w.w.w. home" of -  

SPRINGWELL VILLAGE 

METHODIST CHURCH

Our Christian Church family is made up of people from all walks of life who are drawn together by a common faith.

Please feel free to find out more about us on this site

 and if you live or are visiting the North-East of England (near the Angel of the North or Bowes Museum), we will be delighted to see you at any of our Church Services or events.

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 Church Services

23 June at 10.30 am  - Rev Rohama Asif (Holy Communion)
30     "    at  10.45 am until 11.30 am - Memorial Service for 40's                                                         weekend. More details below.
  7 July  at  6.00 pm - led by Susan Tilley
14 July  at 10.30 am - Rev Rohama Asif (Holy Communion)
21 July  at   6.00 pm - Rev Rohama Asif (Holy Communion)
28 July  at 10.30 am - led by Margaret Foxall 
   

Church News and Events

Tuesday Fellowship:  The group are starting to follow a new, short series looking at some minor prophets.
18 June - Hosea: 'A love that wilt not let us go'
25 June - Habbakkuk: 'Life's Riddle'
2 July - Joel 'Food for our souls'

Everyone very welcome each week. 

Prayer & Quiet time: The date of the next meetings are Mondays, 24 June and 1 July.  Everyone is welcome to join this small group however, if you need help with prayers for yourself, someone else or a particular event, you may phone Mary - 0191 4161280 or click here to leave details.

Springwell 1940's Weekend: Events at Chapel-
Friday, 28 June from 10.30 am-
Toddler's Teddy Bear Picnic: with games, songs and provided picnic (bring own teddy!) then toddle up to Bowes Railway.
Saturday, 29 June - 3 pm until 5 pm: Afternoon Tea:
 with Richard Jennings on piano. Cost only £5 each. 
Sunday, 30 June - 10.45 am unti 11.30 am: Memorial Service with appropriate readings etc and 
Choir.  Ricky Hunter will also play 'The Last Post.' WW1 Rolls of Honour (WW2 not held!) will be on display until 1 pm. Tea/Coffee will be available in the Social Area after the Service. 

Teapots: Are you able to loan teapots to be used in serving the Afternoon Teas on Saturday, 29 June? If so, please bring along to the Chapel hall on Friday, 28 June between 12 noon and 1 pm or or Saturday, 29 June between 12 noon and 2 pm. Thank you. 

Rev Rohama and Rev Asif: Sadly, Rohama's last Service with us at Springwell will be on Sunday, 21 July at 6 pm. It would be lovely if you could come along to say goodbye and wish her well. Please see Connie or any of the Stewards if you would like to make a donation towards the gift to be presented to her that evening.
Asif does not want a farewell Service but the Circuit will be making a presentation. Again, please see Connie or any of the Stewards if you would like to contribute.

Open Door:  Printed copies of our June 2019 newsletter are available from the back of the church and from the rack in the Social area or can be read online by clicking here.  
Items for inclusion in future issues are always welcome!

Washington Community Food Project. Our Church is one of the collection points for the Food Bank. There is a box at the back of the Church in which to put donations. 

The Food Bank is having an awareness day at Sainsburys in The Galleries on Saturday, 15 June from 10 am until 4.30.pm. There will be volunteers on hand to answer any questions you may have about this community charity. 

At 26 May, they were in need of: Tins of potatoes, peas and carrots, packets of rice, breakfast cereals, biscuits and UHT milk. Supplies of toiletries and sanitary products are always appreciated. 

Examples of other items always needed are:-

Dried potato (Smash), UHT Milk, tins of vegetables and rice pudding. They always welcome tinned ham/corned beef/mince, dried spaghetti, cereals and pasta sauces plus the staples - tea and instant coffee. They would also appreciate donations of baby food, wipes and nappies. They also accept pet food.

As demand is increasing so it is vital that donations continue. They are very much appreciated by those people who find themselves in desperate circumstances.  

People needing help, can ask the Jobcentre, their landlord, such as Gentoo, their health or social worker, some churches etc, who can make about a referral if they are in need.

The Food Bank doesn't deal with any self referrals or people who turn up on spec without going to a referral agency first."

More details including the opening times at Oxclose and also  at St Michael's Church, Usworth and at "Mind", Columbia. are on the website: www.wcfp.org.uk also up to date news etc on Facebook:- www.facebook.com/pagesWashington-Community-Food-Project












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