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This week at Explore we continue our Foundations of Faith course. We are starting to look at the subject of Mission. This week we shall discover how the early church grew and developed from a small group into a worldwide faith.

The notes for this session can be found here: MISSION MATTERS 1

Tuesday       12th  – 5 Glenaire Drive 8.00pm

Wednesday 13th  – 6 Glenhurst Road 8.00pm

Why not come and join us for this fascinating insight into faith and practice.

TaSTe – Tuesday 12th April

TaSTe makes a triumphant return this week. We will be getting together this Tuesday afternoon starting at 3.45pm. There will be the usual Wii games, mountains of pizza and things to make. How could you resist coming along. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday 12th April – 3.45 – 5.30pm @ 6 Glenhurst Road

TaSTe – Pancakes and Pizza

The TaSTe group will be getting together this Tuesday afternoon starting at 3.45pm. We shall be watching the Zephaniah Trust DVD that we helped to make and finding out more about Shrove Tuesday. There will be the usual Wii games, mountains of pizza and in honour of day, stacks of pancakes as well. How could you resist coming along. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday 8th March – 3.45pm @ 6 Glenhurst Road

 

TaSTe – Report

As you can see from the photo, we had a very lively evening with TaSTe this month. It was great to have them all gathered together again, especially to see Becka, who had missed the last couple of meetings.

This month ‘Auntie Julie’ held some special interviews with the children to discover what they thought about the work that she and the other members of the Zephaniah Trust have been doing in their schools etc. Their responses which were unscripted were very positive and encouraging.

After all the hard work came that pizza moment, which this time was enhanced by the addition of Baguley flapjack. A great time was had by all.

The rest of the photos can be found on our Facebook page.

TaSTe – Tuesday 8th February

The TaSTe group will be getting together this Tuesday afternoon starting at 3.45pm. Julie with be with us and is going to be asking us all some questions about the things that the Zephaniah trust does in schools etc. this should be fun and when you couple it with Wii games and mountains of pizza, how could you resist coming along. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday 8th February – 3.45pm @ 6 Glenhurst Road

TaSTe go Bowling Report.

The young people form TaSTe enjoyed an afternoon of Ten Pin Bowling at Shipley Lanes yesterday. Matthew, Jake and Kayleigh all made pretty good scores as did Helen, but the runaway winner on the day was Julie with a score of 135 (and almost no help from the bumper bars!) Colin even managed to knock over a few pins in the second game.

The most poignant moment of the day was when Helen finally got a strike only for the lights to be turned in the lane just before the ball hit. Sometimes life is like that!

There are some more photos on our Facebook page.

TaSTe go Bowling

As a new year treat we shall be meeting for TaSTe this Tuesday at Shipley Lanes to go bowling. The lane is booked from 4.00-5.00pm so the best thing would be for everyone to meet up at the Bowling Alley which is just off Market Street in Shipley. Everyone Welcome

Tuesday 11th January 4.00-5.00pm Shipley Lanes.

TaSTe – December 2010

TaSTe gathered together again yesterday. As well as the usual Wii games, Julie told us the story of Papa Panov and his encounter with Jesus on Christmas Day. As you can see, this was followed by card making and the consumption of pizza. It was also a special occasion as we celebrated Kayleigh’s birthday with chocolate cake.

There are more photographs on our Facebook page.

TaSTe of Christmas

The TaSTe gang will be meeting up again this week for their last gathering of 2010.

TaSTe – Tuesday 14th December – 3.30 – 5.30pm @ 6 Glenhurst Rd.

There will be all the usual activities and you never you there might even be pizza with holly on it!

All GraceSpace children welcome.

Fireworks @ TaSTe

There were fireworks at TaSTe yesterday – literally. We rounded off our afternoon with a small display of whooshes and bangs and the youngsters all singing a chorus of ‘Run Colin Run’ every time a blue touch paper was ignited.

This was not the whole story. Kayleigh amazed us with her prowess at Wii golf, the was the usual ‘plague of locust’ impressions when the pizza was served and we thought about the story of the ‘Unforgiving Servant’. If we are to expect forgiveness from God then we must be prepared to forgive those who wrong us – just as it says in the Lord’s Prayer.

Thanks to Helen, Hilary and John for their support. More TaSTy things next month.

There are more photos on our Facebook page.