Archive for March, 2008


by Colin Dexter

Hi everyone, Bex here. Sorry it’s been so long since I blogged last.

I thought I would update/inform you on the 418 progress. 418 is a planned social action weekend which links in with the work Agape is already doing on the Ty-Sign Estate and will hopefully inspire more work to continue beyond the weekend.

The idea is to mobilise over 200 people in Ty-Sign and the surrounding areas, residents and church members alike, working together to improve the appearance and reputation of the area. Projects will involve litter picking, painting, car washing, gardening, cleaning and much much more. We are in the beginning stages of working all the important bits out atm, so watch this space for new information. In the mean time, if you can think of residents who could do with an extra few pairs of hands to complete something in their house or garden, or you need something done yourself, please leave a comment. We are looking for lots of small projects to send teams to complete. The input of the residents is vital to this project being successful.

Please keep 418 in your prayers – God must be kept at the centre of this. We won’t manage it alone!

The next planning meeting is now not the 6th of April, as I first said, but the Sunday following from 7pm. Any input will be gratefully received!!

Thanks! Bec

No shadow of a doubt


The Sparx children contributed to Agape’s Easter Service by performing an Easter shadow play and singing a song for us. Here are some photos from the play. 

Sparx Easter Shadow Play

Their involvement was a resounding success and we’d like to thank them all for their hard work and also the Sparx workers for their efforts and the Sparx parents for their support.

Have a Happy Easter.