2022 May 22 - Pew News

Services

Sunday 22 May 2022 - The Sixth Sunday of Easter

8.00am     Holy Communion (BCP)  (Revd Andrew Doye)
9.30am     Parish Communion (Revd Andrew Doye presiding; Martin Brown preaching)
Hymns:     Laudate omnes gentes (844);  God is love, let heaven adore him (644);  At the name of Jesus(593ii,vv 1-4,7);  Broken for me, broken for you (433);  Be thou my vision (595)
Anthem:    O for a closer walk with God    C V Stanford
Readings:   Acts 16: 9-15; Revelation 21: 10,22 - 22:5; John 14: 23-29.
Voluntary:   Grand Choeur in D major Op18 No.1     Guilmant 
11.15am    Morning Prayer @ Woodmancote (Martin Brown)  
Hymns:      NEH  364;  391;  338

For our further prayers (contact the Rector to add names):
The continuing work of Christian Aid.
The people of the Ukraine.
The 2022 Lambeth Conference of international bishops (starts 26 July). 
Those who mourn.

Sunday 29 May 2022 – The Seventh Sunday of Easter

8.00am     Holy Communion (BCP)   (Revd Andrew Doye)
9.30am     All-Age Communion  (Revd Andrew Doye)
Readings:   Acts 16: 16-34;   John 17: 20-end
6.00pm    Evening Prayer  (Revd Andrew Doye)

 

This Coming Week

Monday to Friday    8.30am       Morning Prayer   (via Zoom)

Monday 23 May 2022   10.00am to 12 noon  DROP IN (in the Parish Hall)

Wednesday 25 May 2022   
10.30am  Holy Communion (Revd Andrew Doye)
7.30pm   PCC meeting (in the Parish Hall)

Thursday 26 May 2022
Ascension Day
8.30am  Morning Prayer in the Church and via Zoom
11.30am  Holy Communion at Woodmancote (estimated time, but not later than 11.45am start)

Ascension Day Walk –  after 8.30am Morning Prayer in the parish church the Rector will walk at 9am ‘Beating the Bounds’ of the Parish. The circuit is 7.4 miles, and he will break at Woodmancote for a 35 minute service of Holy Communion (11.30am), then returning to the Parish Church (12.45 ish). You can try all or part of the walk and/or one or both acts of Worship. Map & full details available on request to the Rector.

Friday 27 May 2022
The Rector is off duty on Friday this week

Saturday 28 May 2022
1.00pm and 3.30pm
  Weddings

Christian Aid Week – 15-21 May 2022 
- Thank you to everyone who supported the Coffee Mo.rning on Wednesday, when £388.40 was raised for Christian Aid.
- Tickets still available for the Chilli Supper on Saturday, 28th May, at 7.30pm from Robina R or Rona M (contacts in email version and paper version of the pew sheet).  Enjoy a meal together, vegetarian and non-chilli option available  –  but bring your own cutlery, crockery, glass & drinks.  £15 for adults, £7 for under 16s.

Jubilee Bonanza
Get ready to celebrate HM the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee over the period 2-5 June 2022. Events include bagpiping and a beacon lighting at Monks Hill, 9.30 for 9.45pm, Thursday 2nd; Celebratory Church Service (on what is also the Day of Pentecost), 9.30am, Sunday 5th; and from later that morning, the Queen’s Big Lunch Party in Church Road (see notices around the village).

Summer Fete – Saturday 23 July 2022
Punch & Judy are booked, but we need lots of helpers.  Please tell Angie Leggett if you can help on the day or with preparations in advance. Could you run a stall or a side-show, make jam or cakes, grow plants or help with publicity to make a great occasion?  Please don’t delay in showing your interest.

Ukraine
We continue to encourage prayer for the people of Ukraine, and to use the Parish Church as a quiet place of contemplation in which to do so.  A pillar candle burns in the north chapel each day.
Our Sunday cash collections for the people of Ukraine have ended, and £1,000 (including Gift Aid) has been sent to the DEC Ukraine appeal.  We direct those who wish to make further contribution to do so through DEC or support the  Fund Raising Event for Ukraine – Tree and Teas, Sunday 29th  May 2:30 – 5:00pm at Church House, Westbourne Road (Opposite the War Memorial).  Come and see a 14m Tulip Tree in flower! One of Westbourne’s special trees.  Tea and cakes in our garden. Raffle with a star prize.  All donations (cash) to DEC for Ukraine.  

Coffee Morning in aid of The Leprosy Mission  
Please join us at Cranberry, North Street for coffee on Tuesday 14 June 2022, 10am to 12 noon. We have been supporting the Mission for many years. Every two minutes, someone is diagnosed with leprosy. That's more than 200,000 new cases a year. Although it is curable, millions of people worldwide are living with the effects of the disease, from physical disability to mental health problems, poverty and discrimination. The Mission aims to help these people.


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