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STAMPS: Please remember to save the stamps to help raise funds for Baptist Home Mission which supports struggling churches.  Thank you for your magnificent effort this year.  I have already passed on three carrier bags stuffed full which is a lot of stamps. Stamps can be left in the red box on the Mission Table .  Thank you  Kay Holman


PRE SCHOOL OUTDOORS EQUIPMENT NOT TO BE PLAYED WITH ON A SUNDAY MORNING: Please could parents ask children not to play in the outside area beyond the large hall/Lasers room as the play equipment is getting damaged, left out in the rain and then rusting. We appreciate your co-operation and would ask anyone who sees children outside to call them in in. Thank you!


COUNSELLING SERVICE: open to all and run by Family Christian Concern. Please see notice board in the Foyer for further details.


SAINSBURYS ACTIVE KIDS VOUCHERS: Elaine Funnell and Paul Burns will be pleased to receive these for pre school and our local scout group. Also Jo Wheeler for Brownies and Guides. Please leave in their pigeon holes.


EXPERIENCED CARE STAFF, domestic and kitchen staff required for Burrell Mead Residential Home in West Wickham.


Why not visit the CHURCH BOOKSTALL after the service for good quality second-hand books and greetings cards for sale. Proceeds go toward Church funds.


HOMEGROUP DETAILS:  If you would like to join a homegroup, leaflets giving up-to-date details of the homegroups currently meeting are available on the Welcome table.  Please take one.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  The church website often mentions events at the church and people involved in them. If for privacy reasons you don't want your name mentioned or a photo to appear, you should email the webmaster, Alan Bedford, with your name (and a photo so that you can easily be identified).  You may still be inadvertently included in a crowd scene, but can be removed on request.  In addition, if you do not want you or your family's photograph to appear in INSight, our monthly magazine, please let the editor know at


Re-cycling - Glass, cans and tins can now be recycled in the kitchen, in the cupboard next to the dishwasher, but MUST be rinsed clean first. Please refrain from putting plastic cups or any non-paper-based items into the paper recycling boxes. There have been numerous plastic cups found in the bags when recycled.


Church groups/committees meeting offsite  -  If you are holding a meeting, eg Sunday Club, Evangelism Committee, etc, in a home please let the office know so that it can be noted in the diary to avoid a clash of meetings.  (This does not apply to home groups.)


Activity Bags are available for toddlers to use and enjoy in the services, and are at the entrances of both Selsdon Baptist Church Addington Road and Greenvale.  Please return after use.


Communion Services - To help accommodate people with allergies we are willing to provide some gluten-free bread for our communion services, if you let us know in advance of your requirements. Please contact Theresa Nichols to arrange this.


Coffee after Church (Addington Road): When going for coffee after the morning service it would be helpful if everyone could use the large square space in the foyer, or the Coffee Lounge, to chat, so that the  area between the door out of the sanctuary and the exit is kept free.  Thank you.


ROAD SAFETY  -  Please take care on the church drive – remember that it is used by both pedestrians and cars bringing disabled people to church. Keep a lookout for yourselves and your children.


Inspire  Copies of this magazine are available for £2 per year, contact the church office . The website at www.inspiremagazine.org.uk carries stacks more news stories, reviews, events, information, exclusive online competitions and features, and they’re updated on a daily basis.


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2 BEDROOM FLAT NEEDED: A couple in our congregation are looking to rent a two bedroom flat in the local area. If you have any contacts Ruth Manson would be pleased to hear from you!


NEW EMAIL ADDRESS: please amend your directory!  


BOWLS AND DISHES FROM HOLIDAY @ HOME: Please collect from the kitchen!


IN THE FOYER:  Please find a list of useful websites - information on and provision of aid in some of the world's trouble spots, or contact Caroline for an email copy of links.


PREMIER MIND AND SOUL CONFERENCE: 11th October, perfection, stress, worry and guilt. Emotions! Please see further info on Church noticeboard in foyer.


SUMMER WALK:  Saturday 6 September. Organised by Churches Together in Selsdon and Addington combined with Warlingham Churches Together. Starting and ending at St Christopher's, Warlingham (Chelsham Road, CR6 9EQ - near Sainsbury's) at 10am.

Visiting churches throughout the day: St Leonard, Chelsham; St Mary, Farleigh; and All Saints, Warlingham.

This circular walk is about 7 miles long through the beautiful Surrey countryside.  The section between St Mary's and All Saints after lunch includes a valley with a hill both up and down. It is possible to join for part of the walk . See flyer on the notice board for details of the timings.


COMMEMORATING WORLD WAR 1 MEN OF ADDINGTON; Exhibition at St Mary's Addington, during August and September  


CAFE-ALPHA: begins on Wednesday 24 September at 7.30pm. Invitation cards are available in the Foyer



NEW EMAIL ADDRESSES:  AND



ADVANCE NOTICE OF DATE: Purley Baptist Church will be holding a course to help people planning to retire or who have recently retired on Saturday,  1 November 2014 which will be led by Roger Hitchings.  The course will run from 10.00 a.m. - 3 p.m. and will include lunch, tea and coffee at a cost of £8 per head. More info available from Caroline


CARE FOR THE FAMILY: Marriage challenge podcast-listen online


Prayer Diary for September now available


OUR MASTER'S  VOICE: When you sense God speaking to you a word of guidance, help, encouragement, assurance etc., if it is not confidential and is suitable for sharing, just fill one of the cards in the foyer or at GV, for display in the Prayer Room. This will be an encouragement to the fellowship as it demonstrates God's interest and concern for His people. It may be a scripture, a thought, a vision, a saying a verse of a song or even a prompting or answer to prayer. The cards will be displayed for one month from the date on the front as an indication of the way God is working amongst us.


PARISH NURSING Chatterbox  community social group 9.30 - 11.am meets in the coffee lounge 2nd Weds of month, Sunbeams/toddler group - Parish Nurse attends 2nd Weds of month in term time.


E3 YOUTH HOMEGROUP: - is every other week (at Colin and Sally-ann Jackson's House) - E3 Home-group for Rocksolid and Gravity, 7:30 until 9:00 puddings provided


THURSDAY MORNING GROUP: Thursday’s at 10:00. All are welcome.


SBC NOW HAS A TWITTER ACCOUNT: You can follow us at https://twitter.com/SelsdonBaptist.


EMAIL UPDATES: If you would like to receive the 6 monthly news/prayer letter from Paul and Su East  by email would you kindly send them your email ID (including those who have already expressed a wish to receive this mailing)  Please send your details to  

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SHINE NIGHT MARATHON: to help Cancer Research UK Phil Mazur  and Susie and David Foster are all walking 26.2 miles through the night in London on 27th September to raise money for Cancer Research.


Each year, around 1,600 children are diagnosed with cancer in the UK. Thanks to major advances in treatment, around three-quarters of children with cancer are now successfully treated. But the disease claims around 250 lives every year, so Cancer Research UK's groundbreaking work must continue.


Sleep can wait. Beating cancer can't.

https://www.justgiving.com/philmazur2014/

https://www.justgiving.com/SuzanneFoster2015/   


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