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August 18th            Madron            Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Hebrews 11.29 – 12.2   Luke 12.49-56

HYMNS    18   104   312   318      HC  188

Evening Service is here tonight at 6pm.

The Bishop spoke at the Deanery Service about our calling. He said that it’s not that God needs us but that he chooses to needs us and needed young Mary to provide a womb for him to come to earth, Just as she sang God’s praises in the Magnificat, we too ought to be aware of what God is doing in the world and celebrate it. When we don’t say ‘yes’ to God (think if Mary had said no), the world may lose out in all kinds of ways.

We pray for 140 Christians (all ages) arrested in Eritrea this summer, for young people returning to Syria who are leaving school to beg or steal, because of poverty and for those injured and recovering from the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka which killed 250 this year.

Holiday Club at St Thomas for all three villages starts tomorrow at 9.30am. Pray for this venture and for Jo, Jo and Robert as leaders

Sheilagh Jelbert’s needlework exhibition is on Wed-Fri here at 10-4pm

Our Prayer meeting continues this week at 6.30-7pm at St T’s.

Tea and cake is still be served in church on Thursday afternoons from 2-4pm during August ! All welcome.

Church Watch. Please sign at the back if you can help on Tues-Thurs

Iona Communion coming up next week on August 25th

Tony Jasper is putting on a review called ‘Summer Nights’ including sketches on life and songs for all at 7pm on August 26th here

The next churchyard working party is on Friday 30th from 10am

 

August 18th            Heamoor            Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Hebrews 11.29 – 12.2   Luke 12.49-56

HYMNS    9.30am   24  188    10.0am  18   sheet   259   328

Thursday Holy Communion as usual here at 10am

The Bishop spoke at the Deanery Service about our calling. He said that it’s not that God needs us but that he chooses to needs us and needed young Mary to provide a womb for him to come to earth, Just as she sang God’s praises in the Magnificat, we too ought to be aware of what God is doing in the world and celebrate it. When we don’t say ‘yes’ to God (think if Mary had said ‘no’), the world may lose out in all kinds of ways.

We pray for 140 Christians (all ages) arrested in Eritrea this summer, for young people returning to Syria who are leaving school to beg or steal, because of poverty and for those injured and recovering from the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka which killed 250 this year.

Holiday Club at St Thomas for all three villages starts tomorrow at 9.30am. Pray for this venture and for Jo, Jo and Robert as leaders

Sheilagh Jelbert’s needlework exhibition is on Wed-Fri at Madron 10-4pm

Our Prayer meeting continues this week at 6.30-7pm at St T’s.

Harvest will be a week early this year:

Coffee Morning and Gift Day – Sat Aug 31st from 10.30am

Harvest Festival – – Sun Sept 1st at 9.30am

Harvest Evening Service – same day at 6pm

Harvest Supper – Tues Sept 3rd at 6.30pm, with Jenna and Morwenna Matthews (Twin Harmony)

 

August 18th           Gulval            Trinity 9

Almighty God, who sent your Holy Spirit to be the life and light of your Church: open our hearts to the riches of your grace, that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit in love and joy and peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Bible Readings   Hebrews 11.29 – 12.2     Luke 12.49-56

HYMNS   Mission Praise   146   143  649   359      HC   142

Holy Communion is here as usual at 10.30am on Wednesday

Welcome to our service. Helen is playing the organ today and Roger King next week.

September magazines will be out next week – full details of harvest etc

Scam. All kinds of operators are ringing people with suggestions you owe money and asking you to press ‘1’ on your phone. Don’t. What gives the game away is that they don’t address you by name when they ring

Tony Jasper is putting on a review called ‘Summer Nights’ including sketches on life and songs for all at 7pm on August 26th in Madron Church

The Bishop spoke at the Deanery Service about our calling. He said that it’s not that God needs us but that he chooses to needs us and needed young Mary to provide a womb for him to come to earth, Just as she sang God’s praises in the Magnificat, we too ought to be aware of what God is doing in the world and celebrate it. When we don’t say ‘yes’ to God (think if Mary had said no), the world may lose out in all kinds of ways.

We pray for 140 Christians (all ages) arrested in Eritrea this summer, for young people returning to Syria who are leaving school to beg or steal, because of poverty and for those injured and recovering from the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka which killed 250 this year.

Holiday Club at St Thomas for all three villages starts tomorrow at 9.30am. Pray for this venture and for Jo, Jo and Robert as leaders

Sheilagh Jelbert’s needlework exhibition is on Wed-Fri at Madron 10-4pm