EMMANUEL CHURCH New Brighton WALLASEY
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|The Christmas decorations had hardly had time to settle into their boxes for the year when 2007 started with a baptism & confirmation on 7th January.
The candidates confirmed by Bishop the Rt. Rev. Colin Bazley as shown
|The popular men's Burns Night supper took place on Friday 26th January. The tables are laid.|
The Haggis is 'killed'
|Some of the diners|
a wee dram
|Meols Passion Players are a group of Christians from various denominations who come together every two years to perform their passion play in various churh venues.|
Tuesday 3rd April 2007 saw them at Emmanuel performing to an audience of about 90.
Pictured is the cast less 1.
|Maundy Thursday. A joint agape supper Emmanuel, St James and St Andrews|
|Children's service on Good Friday|
|The ever popular Easter Craft Workshops attracted another 80 children. Starting with a short service, the children participate in about 10 different craft bases, some of which portray the Easter message. Without this, the majority of these children will have no communication regarding the Eastwer message. |
|Starts with breakfast.|
Cereal, orange juice, full English fry up, toast and a complimentary egg!
He is Risen. Allelluia
|Church beautifully decorated|
|The Summer Fair took place on Saturday 30th June. Although the weather was not pleasant the event went off very well.|
The rain however, did not dampen the spirits of the cub leader who spent the day in the stocks with plenty of customers braving the rain to have a pop.
Centenary of Scouting
|To mark 100 years of Scouts, Joan Hough once again displayed her talent.|
|Harvest 7th October|
|Following the Harvest service bacon and sausage butties were the order of the day|
|Once the smell wafts through the building, the Q suddenly grows.|
|Getting ready, the 'Doors' are open between church and hall. Very unusual.|
One of the stalls
|Once again the church participated in this popular community event|
Christmas Tree Service
|The popular service sees the youngsters decorating the Christmas tree with a simple message for each decoration. Nearly 100 people attended this years service.|
|Readers and band!|
|At the end of a busy but exciting scout centenary year, the leaders and helpers of the group took time out to relax and enjoy the company without the responsibility on this occasion. A magnificent Christmas dinner was prepared by one of the parents and the youthclub youngsters waited on.|
|The childen's nativity play took place during the carol service on Sunday 23rd December|
|Preparing the 'Christingles' for the annual service for the Children's Society|
|Just as popular as ever, the church and hall were once again packed. A first this year was a video link into the church hall.|