Notices- Sunday 20 October 2019
October 20 - Eucharist Service 09:30
October 13 - Eucharist Service 09:30 – Family Eucharist 11:15
All Saints/All Souls – November 3 – 09:30/11:15 & 16:00 - We will be remembering all those that had a funeral or burial of ashes conducted through the church over the past two years. If you would like any additional names added to the remembrance, please add them to the sheets on the church table.
Remembrance Sunday – November 10 – We will be holding our normal 09:30 and 11:15 services with Remembrance at the church memorial at 10:45. Bishop Steven will be leading the 09:30 service at St. Neots church and if some of the congregation wish to celebrate with him, he has promised to finish the service by 10:35, so that you can still attend our Remembrance service.
Harvest Collection – We have received the following from the Foodbank - "Thank you to everyone who contributed to the harvest collection of items for the Foodbank - nearly 50kg of goods - an impressive amount. There'll be another special collection, for Christmas parcels, in a few weeks so watch this space but we can go back to the usual list for now. Thanks again from the Foodbank."
Growing as a Disciple – Would anyone be interested in attending such a course? Several members of the congregation have already done so and found it extremely enlightening. For more details contact Tara (email@example.com)
Celebrate St Neots in Flowers – We have received a letter of thanks which is on the church table. Please note the comments concerning the 2020 calendar.
Eynesbury School – We are pleased that the school have now appointed Alana Brown as their new Headteacher who will start in January 2020. Alana is currently Interim Headteacher. We are looking forward to working with her and Naomi Shepherd as collective worship leader.
Team Ministry – Fr. Paul Hutchinson will be licensed as our Priest-in-Charge at St. Neots Church at 15:00 on January 26 – Further details will follow.
St. Neots Vicarage – Work is currently being undertaken at the Vicarage and the car park is unavailable.
Dates for your diary –
Cake Stall – Saturday November 2 10:00
All Saints service – Sunday November 3 at 09:30 and 11:15
All Souls service – Sunday November 3 16:00
Remembrance Sunday – Sunday 10 November 10:45
Healing Service Wednesday November 13 19:00
Readings for October 27 – Isiah 45.22-end, Psalm 119.129-136, Romans 15.1-6, Luke 4.16-24
For the ill and distressed: Diane, Valerie, Thomas, Anne, Dawn, Joan, Lilly, Sarah, Stephen, Arlene, Pat.
For the church: Give thanks for the canonisation of John Henry Newman. a former Anglican priest, later a Roman Catholic cardinal. May his life and work bring both churches closer in understanding.
The World: Pray that international football and other sports may through competition foster international interest and overcome racial prejudice.
Community: Pray that climate change may be taken seriously and aid may be readily available for countries suffering typhoon and dangerous flooding.
Anything for the Notices ? – Please contact Tony Hopwood (01480 382834 – firstname.lastname@example.org)
Eynesbury War Memorial Project
Deb Depledge is researching all the names on the two war memorials. Do you know any of the names listed, is one of them your relative?
If so she would like to hear from you.
She is creating a memorial book in honour of the men and women named on the two memorials, which will be on view in the church.
Please contact Debora Depledge
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