SUNDAY, 3rd March 2019 - SUNDAY NEXT BEFORE LENT

posted 6 Mar 2019, 03:31 by Richard Jones

SERVICES

Today

9.30am   Parish Communion

               Celebrant: Rev John Hartley

               Preacher:   Rev Gary Hunt



Tuesday, 5th March

9.30am   Holy Communion

                 Rev John Hartley

Ash Wednesday  - see details below

                                      9.00am and 7.00pm

Sunday 10th March 2019

1st Sunday of Lent

9.30am  Parish Communion

              Rev Roland Nicholson





PRAYERS FOR THE SICK

Giles Tipton, Peter Ledger, Janet Hartley, Harry and Millie Clarkson, Yvonne Hebberd, Bobbie, Judith Muller, Jenifer Peagram, Elizabeth Best, Sue Brown and Dianne

PRAYERS FOR THE DEPARTED

 

THIS WEEK

Monday - 6.00pm to 7.00pm Office Hour in the Vicarage for the arrangement of Baptisms, Weddings or the discussion of any spiritual matter.


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

Wednesday  - Ash Wednesday

9.00am   Day School Service in church – with Imposition of Ashes

7.00pm   Holy Communion – with Imposition of Ashes

 

Friday at 8.45am   School Worship in the Day School.

                                All are welcome.

NEWS

Electoral Roll

Application forms for election to the newly revised Electoral Roll are available in the Narthex or from Graham Tipper.

Please note as this year is a complete renewal, everyone needs to re-apply for membership.   The deadline is 17th March




DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

May 10th at 7.30pm in the Day School – A Lancashire Night

Stories and Songs from Lancashire Lad – Rob Mason

Tickets will be £10 per head, including Hot-Pot-Supper, with a veggie option, prepared by the Spread Eagle.   People will be invited to dress with a Lancashire theme.

March 12th at 7.30pm   Mothers’ Union in the Day School

                                         ‘My visit to India’ Rita Gorman


July 12th – 7.00pm to 10.00pm   Annual Barbeque, kindly hosted by Alan and Maureen Bell.   Tickets will be kept at £12.50 per head. More detail in the April Magazine.



Thought for the Week


Lying:  A small boy was asked in Sunday School what a lie was.   

He said, ‘A lie is an abomination in the eyes of God.’

Then he added, ‘And our very present help in times of trouble!’


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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