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Notices for w/c 25th February 2018

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4 March 2018

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Services this week
7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer (A short talk from Helen Prior-Townsend)
8.35 p.m. Compline
Next Sunday
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion
9.30 a.m. Rise and Shine
11.00 a.m. Parish Communion
6.30 p.m. Evening Service

Readings for Sunday
Acts 9
Mark 8 vv 31 – end
Genesis 17 vv 1 - 7, 15, 16

Open Church
Thank you to those who have volunteered to lock the South doors, at the end of the day, when the church has been open to the public. However, we really need a few more people to ensure that we can open on an almost daily basis. We specifically need someone for Friday afternoons but also a pool of people to draw on from time to time. More volunteers would enable us to draw
up a rota so that the same people did not have to lock up week after week! If you could say which afternoon would be convenient that will be a great help.

Please contact one of us,
Phil Hall at or
Heather Jasper at
Thank you.

Come and Celebrate the Return and Blessing of our Bells
On Saturday 3rd March the church will be open from 10 am to 3 pm for the dressing and viewing of our new and refurbished bells – probably for the last time in most of our lifetimes!

On Sunday 4th March at the 11 am service the bells will be blessed before they are raised into the tower during the following  week.

Do join us!

N.B. Don’t forget to book the afternoon of Sunday April 29th to come together to celebrate the completion of the Heritage Project.

Have you seen Trash Girl on T V and in the information on the Prayer Table?

How will YOU take care of the world for our children and grandchildren?

Join the service at St Mary Elms on Friday 2nd March at 11am to take part in this year's celebration of the Women's World Day of
Prayer. Everyone is welcome. An evening service will take place at St Francis Church, 192, Hawthorn Drive, IP2 OQQ, at 7pm.

Mothering Sunday and MU

In previous years we have donated to FIND on Mothering Sunday, again, they would like laundry products, small sizes of any type of detergent, or fabric softener.

A basket will be at the back of church next week if you would like to help us.


St John’s Church, Cauldwell Hall Road – Speaker Jackie Sears. Her career has involved Cardiothoracic nursing, Macmillan nursing, and caring for people with AIDS via a charity. Has worked as a Hospital Chaplain, and Vicar. Doors open at 9.45 am.

Session starts 10.30 a.m - 12.30 Cost £3 on the door.
There will be a Fairtrade Stall and optional bring and share lunch if staying please bring a plate of savoury finger food.


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