SUNDAY, 10th NOVEMBER 2019 – 3rd SUNDAY BEFORE ADVENT Remembrance Sunday

posted 9 Nov 2019, 09:00 by Richard Jones

SERVICES

Today   

  9.30am  Remembrance Sunday Service

                  with Mellor Methodists

10.45am  Observances at the Cenotaph

 

                 Rev John Hartley              


Tuesday, 12th November

 9.30am   Holy Communion

                 Rev Roland Nicholson

Sunday, 17th November 2019

2nd Sunday before Advent

9.30am  Family Service

                 Rev Jane Bury






PRAYERS FOR THE SICK

Giles Tipton, Peter Ledger, Janet Hartley, Harry and Millie Clarkson, Bobbie, Elizabeth Best and Stephanie Dominik, 

Ian Moss, Mary Hill and Barbara Jones

PRAYERS FOR THE DEPARTED

 

 

THIS WEEK

Monday 6.00pm to 7.00pm  Office Hour in the NARTHEX 

                    for the arrangement of Baptisms, Weddings or 

                    the discussion of any spiritual matter.


                    


Tuesday - 10.00am to 11.30am  Coffee Morning in the Narthex 

                   7.30m Mothers’ Union Meeting 

                   Writer Joanne Helliwell will perform her role play

                   ‘Betsy, the Scullery Maid’.  The meeting is open to the

                   congregation, family and friends.

NEWS 

Whalley Deanery Synod – OPEN MEETING – 21st Nov at 7.30pm

Subject: ‘Dementia Friends’

Speaker:  Cllr Sue Bibby

Venue:  St Leonard’s Church Langho



WANTED !!!

Empty Jam Jars for the Family Service on 1st December.

Please leave in the Narthex or hand to Fr Roland.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Nov 21st in the Narthex – Coffee Morning – 10.00am to 12 noon

Coffee and Cakes, ‘Grand Christmas Draw’ tickets on sale and the opportunity to buy one of Sue’s Shopping Bags.

Nov 30th in the Day School – Christmas Fayre -11.00am - 1.00pm

An array of stalls, a visit from Father Christmas, Tea/Coffee and Cakes, plus the ever popular Hot Pot Lunches.

To be opened by Mayor of Ribble Valley, Cllr Stella Brunskill JP

Nov 26th ‘Little Angels’ in the Narthex


Dec 1st at 4.00pm  Advent Family Service 

Take Home the Light of Christ

See above re an appeal for empty jam jars. 

Dec 8th at 4.00pm

Service of Advent Carols, Readings and Hymns 



Thought for the Week


“I am the enemy you killed, my friend.”

Wilfred Owen  1893-1918


If you wish to contribute anything to the notices please send an email to John Hartley at john.hartley828@btinternet.com

 by 12 noon on Thursday


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