This Week At St Mary’s
Canon Simon Butler is unavailable until 11th June
Tuesday Holy Communion (Reserved Sacrament) at 8.30am
Sewing Club with Open Church at 10.30am till 12.00pm
Wednesday Morning Prayer at 8.30am
Full Choir Practice at 7.30pm
Thursday Holy Communion at 12.30pm (Revd. Alan Boddy)
Home Groups (The Parish Office has Contact Details)
Tuesday at 8.00pm (Contact: Colin Wimsett)
Thursday at 1.30pm in Upper Vestry (Contact: Leslie Spatt)
Sunday at 9.30am (Contact: Colin Wimsett)
Next Sunday 4th June: The Feast of Pentecost
8.30am Holy Communion (Traditional Language)
President & Preacher: The Archdeacon of Wandsworth
11.00am First Sunday Parish Eucharist with Junior Church
President & Preacher: Revd. Geoffrey Owen
6.00pm Evening Prayer / Bible Study
Please Pray For…
Those who have asked for our prayers:
Penny Law, John Hughes, Sarah Johnson, Sareeta Jordan, Liz McMurthy, Tami McFarlane, Alison Combe & Family, Ingrid Spatt, Carl Spatt, Tony Hunt, Daisy Campbell, Alan Broadbend, Giovanna Boselli and May Johnson
Those who have died recently, their families and friends:
Carol Owen, Mary Battle, Isaac Abako – Lewis, Queen Mother Mamaga, Ethel Kionaris and Jonathan Dignam
Bible Reading Suggestions
Monday Acts 19: 1 – 8
Tuesday Acts 20: 17 – 27
Wednesday Zephaniah 3: 14 – 18
Thursday Acts 12: 30+23: 6 – 11
Friday Acts 25: 13 – 21
Saturday Acts 26: 16 – 20+30 – end
Next Sunday’s Readings: Acts 2: 1 – 21; John 20: 19 – 23
THIS WEEK’S NOTICES
Canon Simon Butler – is on holiday until Saturday 10th June. Urgent matters should be referred to the Churchwardens. The Office can deal with everyday enquiries.
Bring and Share “Open Church” Parish Lunch Today with our very own Sven Tester telling us about the history of St. Mary’s. Sign up at the back of church or contact Libby on 07956 655 037 or [email protected]
Christian Aid: please return Christian Aid envelopes today. There is a box at the back of the church to put them in, or you can post them through the church letter box.
Church Open to Visitors: If you can help keep the church open during the Summer, please sign up at the back of church. There are two, two-hour slots each Sunday afternoon. No local history knowledge required.
Godly Play: Our Junior Church Leaders are having an Introductory Day & Extended Skills Workshop for this new approach to Christian education with children. It’s on Saturday 17th June. There are still a few (free) places if anyone would like to join us. Please have a word with Simon in the first instance. It promises to be very rewarding.
Kingston Episcopal Area Lay Conference: I am delighted to invite all members of congregations in Kingston Episcopal Area to our 2017 Lay Conference on 17 June 2017, starting at 9.15pm for 9.30pm and ending at 2pm. The event is at St Cecilia’s School, Sutherland Grove, London SW18 5JR and there will be something for everyone who is interested in deepening their own Christian life and supporting the work of their church. The full programme will be available after Easter on the online booking website (see below) and tickets include a hot buffet lunch. The price is £15 each or £10 each for members of groups of five or more. If you have any queries do contact Romana Nelson, [email protected]. I hope very much to see you there. +Richard Dr Richard Cheetham, Bishop of Kingston.
Journeying Together: Setting Out. St Mary’s is planning a new pattern of growth opportunities based on short sets of courses designed for various groups in the church. We’re calling it Journeying Together and the first set, called Setting Out, is designed for those new to St Mary’s and those exploring the Christian faith, possibly with a view to Confirmation later in the year. Journeying Together: Setting Out will run over three Tuesdays, 20th, 27th June and 4th July, from 7.30pm to 9.15pm, and will include an evening meal. It will be led by Simon Butler and Colin Wimsett. To book: eventbrite.com/e/walking-together-setting-out-tickets-34535528696 or email.
The Ministry of Healing & Wholeness: Following our Lent sermon series and the much-appreciated modelling of this ministry, the Church Council has decided to introduce the opportunity to receive prayer for healing and wholeness as a regular part of our Sunday 11am service, on the last Sunday of each month, beginning in June on Sunday 28th.