Weekly Notices |3 November 2019

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Weekly Notices |3 November 2019

10 November 2019
Remembrance Sunday
9.30am    All Age Service
10.55am    Service at the War Memorial
11.30am     Remembrance Service
6.00pm     Holy Communion

EVENTS THIS WEEK  (4-9 November 2019)      

Mon      10—11.30am  Bumps & Babes at Church
6.30 – 8pm    Clued Up

Tues    10.15 – 12.15      Crafts & Coffee (or Tea)
7.30pm          PCC in the Vestry Hall

Wed    7.30pm         Choir Practice 

Thurs  10-12noon     T & C at St Mary’s in the Hall

Thurs   10.30am        Holy Communion

Fri        8.00pm         Bellringing Practice



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


Put this date in your diary for attending an evening Quiz put on by the Mission Committee for TearFund. Entry £3. For one night only, groups up and down the country will be taking part in the biggest multi-venue, nationwide quiz ever.   We’d love you to join in! Every £ raised will help transform he lives of people living in poverty.

Christmas Craft Day Saturday 30 November 9.30am—3.0pm

Christmas crafts and activities. Open to all primary school children. First child £10, siblings £5. Lunch included! Come and have fun and learn about Christmas! Application leaflets are available at the back of church.  For more details, contact Lynne on 01933 353655 or lynne@lateralflow.co.uk

Please pray:

For those who are Ill:   Baby Ben Thompson, Derek Tansley, Bruce Striblehill, Don Merrifield, Lilli Prior, Nancy Monaghan, Ruby Willmer, Margaret Ord, Michelle Smith, Chris Hurst, Dan Whiteman, Liz Hodgson, Michael Marron, Hugo Lamberty, Avril Bird, Bob Trusler, and Claire Pettit.

For the recently bereaved family and friends of: Betty Marion Bonham whose funeral will be in our church on Tuesday 5 November at 11.00am.

For the ministry of the Church to the wider community at Remembrancetide:      Pray that we may effectively share the hope of the Gospel with those struggling with the loss and suffering of past and present conflicts as we commend to them Jesus, the Prince of Peace.

For our Mission Partners: Church Mission Society – South Sudan update:  South Sudan still needs our prayers. It’s estimated that seven million South Sudanese will require food aid in the coming season and 1.3 million children will suffer acute malnutrition. 194,000 civilians are still in Protection of  Civilian camps. Heavy flooding in two areas has left thousands of families homeless and starving. Please pray for all those in need and for the aid agencies struggling to reach them due to the poor road conditions.