2022 April 10 - Pew News

Services

Sunday 10 April 2022 - Palm Sunday (Sixth Sunday of Lent)

8.00am     Holy Communion (BCP)  (Revd Andrew Doye)

9.30am     Procession, Reading of the Palm and Passion Narratives, and Communion. This service will begin in the Square

Hymns:     All glory, laud, and honour (159);  There’s a man riding in on a donkey (163);  Were you there when they crucified my Lord? (184) +v2b: ‘… when the sun refused to shine’), Ride on, ride on in majesty! (161i);  You are the King of glory (164), My song is love unknown (147vv1-3,5,7)

Anthem:   Hosanna to the Son of David     Alan Bullard

Voluntary:  Prelude in B minor  BWV 544     J.S.Bach

Readings:  Psalm 118: 19-24; Luke 19: 28-40;   Luke 22: 39 - 23: 56

6.00pm    The Crucifixion by John Stainer (Our choir will be joined by visiting soloists).  There will be a retiring collection.

 

For our prayers (contact the Rector to add names):

- Peace in the Ukraine; and safe refuge for those driven from their homes.

- Lent Lecturer, Revd Barbara Watson-Hammond, who is honoured to be receiving the Queen’s Maundy money at Windsor this week.

- Young people who will be admitted to communion in our parish church on Easter Sunday.

 

Sunday 17 April 2022 – Easter Day

5.30am     Son-rise Communion Service (then croissants/drinks in Hall)

8.00am     Holy Communion (BCP)   (Revd Andrew Doye)

9.30am     Easter Parish Communion  (Revd Andrew Doye)

11.15am   Easter Communion  at Woodmancote (Revd Andrew Doye) 

Readings: 09:30 & 11:15: Acts 10:34-43;  1 Corinth. 15:19-26;  John 20:1-18

 

This Coming Week

Monday to Thursday    8.30am        Morning Prayer   (via Zoom)

Please contact Marjorie Kipling if you want a Zoom invitation

Monday 11 April 2022            10.00am to 12 noon  DROP IN (in the Parish Hall)

Mon to Wed                             7.30pm  Night Prayer with Holy Week Reflections.

Wednesday 13 April 2022     10.30am  Holy Communion (Revd W.McCoubrey)  

Maundy Thursday, 14             7.30pm  Sung Communion (preacher: Martin Brown)

Good Friday,  15                    10.00am  Walk of the Cross (from Foxbury Lane /Edgell Road junction; via Rectory; ends at the Meeting Place)

                                                 1.30-3.00pm  At the Cross – 90 mins of readings, words & hymns

Saturday 16 April 2022           2.00pm   Easter Egg Trail for children

                                                 7.30pm  Holy Saturday - Evening Liturgy of Vigil Readings
 

The Rector is off duty on Wednesday this week

 

Worship during Holy Week
The Rector writes, this is the most solemn week of the Church’s year; a special time of Christian devotion. Perhaps  join us for weekday worship: morning prayer on-line at 0830-0900, Mon-Thurs; and/or evening worship at 7.30pm in church all days except Friday, (when our gatherings are earlier in the day; see above).   

A candle burns in the North Chapel for the people of Ukraine.

Chichester Cathedral also offers a rich fare of worship in Holy Week, either in person or online via the website. Includes 8pm Compline.

 

Revision of Electoral Roll April 2022  

The churches’ Electoral Roll is being revised ahead of the Annual Meeting (‘APCM’) on 1 May 2022.  To have your name added to the roll, please complete the form available in St John the Baptist’s church  by Sunday 10 April 2022.  

Westbourne Magazine

Copy for the May edition should be submitted to the editors by Tuesday 12 April 2022 at westbournemagazine@gmail.com

Parochial Church Council Elections

At the APCM on Sunday 1st May, elections will be held including those to fill vacancies in the PCC. If you would like to stand, or to know more, please speak with the Rector, Church Wardens or any other existing members.

Charity Events

Robina and Terry Richter will hold a coffee morning on Saturday 23 April 2022 to raise awareness and funds for the Tabora League for Children in Tanzania, ahead of their return visit. The project supports vulnerable children in Tabora with a meal a day, healthcare and education. Please come along. Address details in the printed pew sheet in church.

Also on 23rd April Rona Musker and others will be supporting the RNLI Coffee Morning  at Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club.  All welcome.


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