Weekly Notices |14 July 2019

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Weekly Notices |14 July 2019

14 July 2019

9.30am       All Age Service
10.30am    Coffee in the Hall
11.15am       Holy Communion
6.00pm       Evening Prayer

21 July 2019

9.30am       All Age Parade Service
10.30am    Coffee in the Hall
11.15am       Morning Prayer
6.00pm       Holy Communion

EVENTS THIS WEEK         

Mon 15  10-12noon     Bumps & Babes at Church

Mon 15    6.30pm         Clued Up in the Church Hall

Wed 17   7.30pm        Choir Practice

Thu 18  10-12noon     T & C at St Mary’s

Thu 18   7.45pm          Prayer, Praise & Presence

Thu 18   10.30am       Holy Communion

Fri 19     8.00pm         Bellringing Practice

Sat 20    9.30-12          Who Let the Dads Out?

Sat 20    4.00pm          Music Group Practice

SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUB—MON TO WED 29-31 JULY – 9.30 to 12 noon      Forms are available at the back of church for the summer Holiday Club, FISHY TALES open to all children already in primary school  – £15 (£5/day) first child, £6 (£2/day) each sibling.   Contact Lynne on 01933 353655 or lynne@lateralflow.co.uk

St Mary’s All Parish Picnic —Saturday 31 August—2—6pm    At the end of the summer we will be holding a picnic and barbeque for our congregation with games, activities and a short act of worship as a get-together for our congregations. Please make an effort to attend! (and we are all hoping for good weather)

NEW GROUP—THEOLOGICAL STUDY—MONDAY 22 JULY 4.00pm   The Theological Study Group will meet  for the first time on Monday 22 July at 4 pm. (ending by 5.30 pm.) at 70 Harborough Road, NN10 0LP. This group is an opportunity to listen to a presentation on a theological topic and then discuss it. Please Contact Linnet Smith on rev.linnet@talktalk.net or 311706 if you would like more information.

CHURCH OFFICE     The Church Office will be open Tuesday to Thursday this week from 10am to 12noon. Please have all notices for next week’s notice sheet at the Church Office by 10am on Thursday by placing in the letter box outside the office, phoning: 412235 or emailing: stmaryschurchoffice@btinternet.com.

SANCTUARY NIGHTSHELTER and THE FOODBANK – Volunteers are still needed in the Night Shelter. If you or anyone you know can give one regular evening or night a month, that would allow us to continue to help the most vulnerable in the community. Please contact Jo Burns on jo.burns@encs.org.uk or 01933 733001

The Foodbank is in need of tinned fish & meat and jam. As it is now the “low season” any donations are very much appreciated. There is a Tub at the back of church for your contributions.

Heritage Day – Saturday 14 September –    The Church will be open this Saturday for people to come to tour the church, look in the church registers and share refreshments in the church.

ALSO THAT DAY: Ride & Stride: 10am-6pm  Northamptonshire Historic Churches Trust   Plan your own route from church to church; over 350 churches in Northamptonshire will be open to visit. All money donated divided between the NHCT and the church of the participant’s choice.

Saturday Night Takeaway 28 September– 5.30-7.15pm  This evening of games, food, challenges, teaching is for all the family aged six and above. £3 per adult; £5 per family (2 adults + children). Theme: HARVEST HELPERS

Parish Day Away—Saturday 12 October—9.30am-4pm at Christ the King, Kettering

Please pray:

For those who are Ill:   Doreen Dilley, Ian Liversuch, Jean Tombling, Ruby Willmer, Margaret Ord, Dan Whiteman, Liz Hodgson, John Dixon, Chris Hurst, Lindy Schiff, Michael Marron, Hugo Lamberty, Bob Trusler, Avril Bird, Claire Pettit.

For the bereaved relatives of:  Beryl Apted

For our Local Mission:  Who Let the Dads Out?   Pray that those who attend will be drawn to the Lord through the care of the men who work to provide a space for young dads and their children to relax and enjoy a morning together.

For our Partners in Mission : Church Army  Pray for the new Evangelists being commissioned on Tuesday this week at the Wilson Carlisle Centre in Sheffield. They will work to spread the Good News of Jesus in many different towns and venues:   Hostels, Hospitals, Prisons, Schools, Church Playgroups or Youth Groups. Uplift them in Prayer.