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Notices for w/c 18th February 2018

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18 February 2018

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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.


Lent Course – Wednesday evenings in church from February 21st at 7.30 p.m. – Evening Prayer with a short talk – from you!!!
This year we are looking for members of the church family to come and tell us about their favourite Bible passage. We are not looking for eloquent speakers but just a willingness to talk for a short time about what a passage means to you. If you would like to take part please contact David.


 Change of venue for Women's World Day of Prayer.

Due to unforeseen circumstances St Pancras Church are no longer able to offer their church as a venue.
The rehearsal and service will now take place at St Mary Elms again.
Rehearsal - Friday 23rd February 10.30 for 11.00.
Service Friday 2nd March at 11.00.
On that day be part of the wave of prayer sweeping around the world from sunrise inSamoa to sunset in American Samoa. Everyone is welcome to the service which takes as its theme taking care of our world for future generations.


Services this week
Wednesday 7.30 p.m. Evening Prayer – with a Short Talk from Sarah Hall

Next Sunday
8.00 a.m. Holy Communion
9.30 a.m. Rise and Shine
11.00 a.m. Family Communion
5.00 p.m. The Choir are singing Choral Evensong at St Mary-Le-Tower
6.30 p.m. Evening Prayer - Said 


Readings for Sunday

Mark 1 vv 9-15
1 Peter 3 vv 18-end
Genesis 9 vv 8 -17 


 

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