New! Urgent help required

Do you usually make coffee after 11am services? Could you make coffee for the families attending our 9.30 services once a quarter?

We are really short of helpers at the moment and this is such an important social time. On the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays it’s after the service, around 10am and on 2nd and 4th Sundays we serve during our fun, café church services from 9.15am.

You would be on duty with another volunteer and if you haven’t yet joined the coffee team, we can show you what to do. Please see Nicky Alder or email [email protected] Thank you

New! A big thank you

A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who donated household items for Gorse Ride Housing.

We have been inundated with items and cannot store any more at present.

Please hang on to items for a few weeks and we will re-assess the situation. Marjorie Stalker

New! Newsletter and Calendar of Events for Aug 2019 – Nov 2019 now available

The latest Newsletter and Calendar of Events (Aug 2019 – Nov 2019) are now available for viewing/download (in PDF format) here:

Aug 2019 – Nov 2019 Newsletter

Aug 2019 – Nov 2019 Calendarr

United @5

United @5 – a relaxed contemporary worship service for all ages.

Every 2nd Saturday of the month @ 5pm.

Launching 14th July. Pizza from 4.30pm and activities for children.

St Eligius Church BBQ – Sat 3rd Aug

St Eligius Church BBQ Saturday 3rd August at 4pm.

Hosted by United @5. No need to book, just come along and join in the fun!

St Eligius Church – Summer Lunch-time Concert – Thu 1st Aug

St Eligius Church – Summer Lunch-time Concert

Thursday, 1 August at 12.30 pm promises to be a real ‘Variety Performance’! Elliot Hampton (aged 15) (Trombone, Baritone & Piano), Stirling Hampton (aged 12) (Trumpet & Piano), Sorella Hampton (Soprano, Flute & Base Ukulele), Michael Hampton (Guitar) & Accompanist Guy Murgatroyd (Piano) will present music ranging from classical to Jazz!

All are welcome – bring the family!

For lunch after the Concert, please, contact Rita Le Var by the end of Tuesday, 30 July (Tel. 01252 372320 or E-mail: [email protected]).

Fete Thank you

A huge thank you to everyone who helped in any way whatsoever to make our Parish Fete on 29 June such a wonderful success.

Whether you donated items, put up posters, bought Grand Draw tickets, provided prizes, transported, set up or cleared up, baked (both cakes and yourselves in the incredible heat), ran a stall or game, or came and spent generously etc, etc – we are so grateful for all these contributions.

A great team effort! Thank you so much. Carolyn Fox & Nicky Alder (already planning 2021!).

Parish Prayer List

Praying Hands

Parish Intercessions List – Please pray for: Joyce Beckett, Anne, Bridget, Sophie Hall, James, Emma, Paige, Diana, Thea,
Ann Pask, Colin Ramsay McClaren, Natalie, Louise, Reuben, Rosalind Drury, Leo Lumby, Simon, Bernadette, Wendy Wright, Andrew,
Dennis Hall, Sarah, Daniel, Jack, the Edminson family, Marion Elliot, Johann, Sheryrel Howe, Mary Whalley, June & Tom Warr, Eileen.

And those who mourn: Gerald Lucan-Wilson, Dawn Crouch, Nina Barnes, Marilyn

Residents living in the following roads in the parish (visited by our Ministry Team this week): Nine Mile Ride even (to Kiln Ride), Nine Mile Ride odd (to Kiln Ride) and Bankside

Please call the Parish Office if you wish prayers to be offered for yourself or somebody you know.  Alternatively, fill out a prayer request card and leave in the box provided.  Names will be included for 4 weeks initially.   Thank you.

Below are some familiar prayers that Christians have found helpful and inspirational down the centuries which you may want to use :

O God, from whom to be turned is to fall, to whom to be turned is to rise,
and in whom to stand is to abide forever; grant us in all our duties , thy help,
in all our perplexities thy guidance, in all our dangers thy protection,
and in all our sorrows thy peace; through Jesus Christ out Lord.   Amen
St Augustine of Hippo

Thanks be to  thee, our Lord Jesus Christ, for all the benefits which thou hast given us,
for all the pains and insults which thou hast borne for us.
O most merciful Redeemer, Friend and Brother,
may we see thee more clearly,
love thee more dearly,
and follow thee more nearly
day by day.
St Richard of Chichester

Lord, I shall be verie busie this day.  I may forget thee, but do not thou forget me.   Amen.
Sir Jacob Astley’s Prayer befor the battle of Edgehill

Grant us, O Lord
in thought, faith;
in word, wisdom,
in deed, courage;
in life, service;
through Jesus Christ, our Lord.   Amen
Inscribed on the Viceroy’s house in New Delhi

 

Mothers’ Union thanks

Mothers’ Union Many thanks to everyone who supported our recent event.

Your generosity enabled us to make £71.50 profit for our MU charities.

Prayer Diary for July