31st July - 7th August 2016
Sunday 31st July – Tenth Sunday after Trinity
Sung Eucharist according to the Book of Common Prayer
Celebrant Fr Roger
Preacher Fr Paul
Tuesday 2nd August
Holy Communion. Readings Jeremiah 30:1-2,12-15,18-22
Response “The Lord has built up Zion and shown himself in
glory”; Matthew 14:22-end
Wednesday 3rd August
Holy Communion. Readings Jeremiah 31:1-7
Response to the psalm “My help comes from the Lord”;
Celebrant Fr Roger
Thursday 4th August
Holy Communion, St Vincents Chapel
Friday 5th August
Choir Practice. New members welcome, please speak to Barbara
Saturday 6th August
Choral Wedding. Please pray for Sophie Lee and Neil Cannon
Sunday 7th August – Eleventh Sunday after Trinity
Celebrant Fr Robert
A Quiet Day has been arranged in Yealmpton on Wednesday 3rd August
10.00am to 4.00pm.
More details later but in the meantime please speak to Mavis for more information.
Michael and Sarah require any medium and large plant pots that you can spare in readiness for the Christmas Bazaar. Sarah is happy to collect them – please see her in Church. Thank you
preparation has recently begun at St Mary's andthere is an an opportunity for anyone from St Maurice to join the group. Please speak to Fr Roger or Fr Robert for further details or just to discuss the possibility.
NEW HYMN BOOKS
at the last PCC meeting it was unanimously felt that thisnew hymn book would indeed enhance our worship but everyone was mindful of the cost. It was decided, therefore, to ask the members of the congregation if they would like to donate a sum of money towards this, perhaps in memory of a loved one. The books could then be suitably inscribed. Fr Roger has already received a promise of a donation. If you would like to make a donation please speak to Fr Roger.
not shiny, still required by Barbara. Thanks to all of you who have been collecting it for her nd please keep it coming. Bring it to Church any time.
Similarly washed food or drink cans Tavistock Task Force. Again, bring to Church any time.
The Dioscesan Newsletter is
now available by
visiting the Parish Magazine page ,
or clicking this link: Dioscesan Newsletter