2022 June 19 - Pew News

Services

Sunday 19 June 2022 - First Sunday after Trinity

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

9.30am  Parish Communion  (Revd Andrew Doye)

Hymns:  Today I awake (8);  O praise ye the Lord! (753);  I bind unto myself today (277i);  As the deer pants for the water (592);  Jesus lives! thy terrors now (207)

Readings:  Isaiah 65: 1-9; Galatians 3: 23-end;  Luke 8: 26-39

Anthem:  Locus iste  Anton Bruckner

Voluntary:  Carillon-Sortie    Henri Mulet

11.15am  Baptisms at Woodmancote (by invitation)

6.00pm  Mid-month Special: Evening Worship in Trinity-tide

   (Revd Andrew Doye, with music from our Music Group)

 

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

Ukraine: its suffering people, and its future peace.

For those being baptised today.

Those for whom banns of marriage are read this week.

Families of those who have died recently.

 

Sunday 26 June 2022 – Second Sunday after Trinity

8.00am  Holy Communion (BCP)  (Revd Bill McCoubrey)

9.30am  Parish Communion  (Canon Tim Schofield presiding, Martin Brown preaching)

Readings: 2 Kings 2: 1-2, 6-14, Galatians 5: 1, 13-25; Luke 9.51-end

11.15am  Holy Communion @ Woodmancote (Canon Tim Schofield)

 

This coming week

Monday to Friday  8.30am   Morning Prayer  (via Zoom)

  Please contact Marjorie Kipling if you want a Zoom invitation

Monday 20 June 2022         10.00am to 12 noon  DROP IN (in the Parish Hall)

Wednesday 22 June 2022   10.30am  Holy Communion (Revd Andrew Doye)

                                                    7.30pm  PCC discussion meeting

The Rector is off duty from Thursday to Saturday this week

 

Return of the Chalice 

The wine has been re-introduced at all communion services for those who wish to partake.  At 09.30am we have a communion station in the north aisle, as well as that centrally.  If you prefer to receive the bread only, simply return to your seat without visiting the chalice assistant. To refrain from either bread or wine is a personal choice, and communion takes place validly, whether in one kind or bothWe ask people not to drink from the chalice if they have a cold or fever. 

Summer Fete – Saturday 23 July 2022, 12 noon until 3.00pm

Thank you for those who joined our meeting last Sunday and offered to help in a variety of ways. We still need more helpers, both on the day and in advance. So, if you can, please offer help now to Angie Leggett (377825). 
Books, books, books - Great time to clear your post Lockdown shelves of all those books you have now read, and give them to the Church Fete bookstall for others to enjoy, and to raise money for Church Funds in a painless way. Painless? Yes indeed, because if you ring or email stall organisers, and provide your address (including POSTCODE and phone number please), they we will first check that its convenient for you, and then come and collect them. So, no heavy lifting required! Contact details are in the paper version of the pew sheet and the email version. If you do not have access to these, please send a message on the website's contact form. 

Coffee Morning in aid of The Leprosy Mission

Thank you to all who joined us with their friends at Cranberry last Tuesday. We raised £353.80.

Living in Love and Faith course

For five Tuesdays from 5 July, 7pm.  Please sign the sheet to join, or contact the Rector for details.

Yearning to read a lesson at 0930 service?  Please offer to the Rector, who would welcome a wider range of readers.

Songs for Summer – Saturday 23 July 2022 at 7.00pm – Save the Date

Professional soprano Alison Pearce will give a recital, accompanied at the piano Stewart Taylor. The programme, which will last approximately an hour, will include songs to suit all tastes from the classical and romantic repertoire. Wine and soft drinks will be available.

Christian Aid Week – 15-21 May 2022 

Collections from house to house delivery of envelopes raised the sum of £2,145 (including Gift Aid). Thank you to everyone who made this result possible.

Fundraising Event for Ukraine - Tree and teas

The sun shone, the tulip tree came into flower (just in time) and we raised £752 for Ukraine! Many thanks to all who donated raffle prizes and cakes and particularly to the band of helpers, who made it all possible!  Thanks of course as well to all who came and contributed to Fundraising Event for Ukraine.


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