2019 July 7 - Pew News

Services

Sunday 7 July 2019 - Third Sunday after Trinity

8.00am    Holy Communion (BCP)  (Revd Andrew Doye)
9.30am    Parish Communion, with prayers for healing (Revd Andrew Doye)
Anthem:    My eyes for beauty pine   Herbert Howells
Voluntary:  Prelude & Fuge in E minor   Nicolaus Bruhns
Readings:  Isaiah 66: 10-14; Galatians 6: 1-16; Psalm 66: 1-9; Luke 10: 1-11,16-20
11.30am   Baptism (Revd Andrew Doye)
6.00pm     Choral Evensong (preacher Revd Andrew Doye)
Anthem:     O Saviour of the world   John Goss
Voluntary:   Elegy   George Thalben-Ball


Sunday 14 July 2019 -  The Fourth Sunday after Trinity
8.00am    Holy Communion (BCP)   (Revd Andrew Doye)
9.30am    Worship for Everyone – Sea Sunday (Martin Brown & Andrew Doye)
    Readings:  ‘Sail Away’;  Luke 10: 25-37
11.15am   Sung Communion at Woodmancote (Revd Andrew Doye)
6.00pm    Sung Communion (Revd Andrew Doye)
    Readings:  Deuteronomy 30: 9-14; Colossians 1: 1-14

Morning Prayer takes place in St John the Baptist Church at 0830 to 0900 every weekday morning.  Do come along, and give it a try, if you can. It is led from the Church of England’s format for Daily Prayer, and contains bible readings, canticles, appropriate local, national and international prayers, and will often feature a reflection on one of the readings. Every Tuesday, some of those present usually go on for breakfast or a drink at the Westbourne Café! Join us then, if the 8.30am Morning Prayer is too early! Everyone welcome. 

This Week (in the Parish Church unless stated)

Monday 8 July to Friday 12 July 2019
8.30am     Morning Prayer

Wednesday 10 July 2019
10.30am    Holy Communion  (Revd Andrew Doye)

Monday 8 July  and Thursday 11 July 2019
10.00am to 12 noon    Drop In for Coffee and Chat in the Parish Hall

Friday 12 July 2019
The Rector’s day off is Friday

Saturday 13 July 2019
2.00pm    Wedding
7.00pm    Guitar Concert

Church Fete, Saturday 20 July 2019

Donations. Only 2 weeks to go! Please keep you’re your donations coming in - there are boxes in church for raffle* prizes, tombola, toys, 'New to You’/ bric a brac (good condition, please!).  Books (see below), plants (see Elisabeth B), produce/preserves (see Lynda M) and cakes (see Andrew Turner) are also very welcome. Full contacts in pew sheet in church. All donations will help make the Fete a success!! Helpers needed at 6.00pm on Friday evening to start the preparations.

Flyers for the fete are ready for delivery around the Parish.  Please take a bundle and deliver them to your neighbours, so we get a good crowd to support our Fete. Posters also available to use in your window or outside your house. Church fete 2019 poster (PDF opens in a new window)

Fete raffle - if you intend donating a fresh raffle prize, e.g. fruit basket, plants, etc., please would you let Jane Stuttard know in advance. Thank you for your generosity.

Church Fete Bookstall - please search out your shelves and cupboards for any books for the fete. Any books in sellable condition are welcome. They need sorting, so we would prefer to receive them direct in advance that than you leaving them in church. Please either call Andrew & Julia (contacts in pew sheet in church), with your name, address and postcode, and we will collect. Many thanks in advance.

News and Events

Cream Tea, to support the Mission to Seafarers, 7 July 2019 at 3.00pm on the Rectory Lawn.

Guitar Concert, 7.00pm Sat 13 July 2019 at St John the Baptist, Westbourne.  Mark Jennings whose classical repertoire has evoked comments as follows: “A ravishing and heartfelt performance … exceptionally sensitive interpretive talents” … “enchanting music” .. “Great technique, beautiful tone, and a musicality that is rare”.  Tickets £10.  Music from Barrios, Albeniz, Tarrega and Rodrigo. 1½ hours including a 20 minute interval. Wine & soft drinks available. Do come along if you can.

50:50 Winners for June 2019 were: 1st No 25, 2nd No 10 and 3rd No 21.

Church Duty Rota - please send your availability for duties at Sunday Services in August and September to Marjorie as soon as possible.

Quiet Day, Monday 15 July 2019 at Up Marden Church (outside, weather permitting). Please sign-up to register your interest with Andrew Doye, who will be providing spoken input and leading an act of worship during the day.

For our Church’s advance dates – see a copy of the Calendar for the Summer Term (copies still available in the Welcome area at St John the Baptist Church) or view the calendar online on this website.

Parish Giving Scheme - please support our churches by means of a regular promised contribution, if possible through the Parish Giving Scheme. Leaflets and application forms are at the back of our churches or contact Ali George.

The Quiet Garden at Fishbourne - at St Peter’s Place, Fishbourne Church Hall, PO19 3XT there will be a morning of rest, quiet and spiritual reflection between 10.00am and 12.15pm on Tuesday 23 July 2019. Beginning with reflections led by LouLou Morris, Chaplain, Chichester Anna Chaplaincy on “The Faith and Hope and Love are in the Waiting”. More details at the back of our churches.


Printer Printable Version