Weekly Pews News

No 18-23

10th June 2018

 

Second Sunday after Trinity              

Collect for the day Lord, you have taught us that all our doings without love are nothing worth: send your Holy Spirit and pour into our hearts that most excellent gift of love, the true bond of peace and of all virtues, without which whoever lives is counted dead before you. Grant this for your only Son Jesus Christ’s sake, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Psalm response: When I called, O Lord, you answered me.

Post communion prayer for the Year of Prayer

Go before us, O Lord, in all our doings with your most gracious favour, and further us with your continual help, that in all our works begun, continued and ended in you, we may glorify your holy Name, and finally by your mercy obtain everlasting life; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

                           Second Sunday after Trinity                  (G)                  
8 am Holy Communion

Readings: 1 John 3: 13-end; Luke 14: 16-24

9.45 am Parish Eucharist

Readings: 1 Samuel 8: 4-11, 16-20; Psalm 138;
2 Corinthians 4: 13 – 5: 1; Mark 3: 20–end

Hymns: 105, 367, 16, 281

5 pm Evening Worship – Book of Common Prayer

Readings: Jeremiah 6: 16-21; Romans 9: 1-13


After the Eucharist, all are welcome to gather for refreshments and socialise in St Andrew’s chapel at the back of church

Sunday 10th June

Intention: our local clubs and organisations, especially our Luncheon Club, Ladies’ Club and Men’s Club.

Monday 11th June – Barnabas

Intention: our Scouts, Guides, Cadets and other local youth organisations.

10 am                 The Eucharist

Anniversary: Dennis Olsson (1998)

Tuesday 12th June

Intention: our local industry and commerce, our farmers and growers, and the holiday industry.

7pm                    Healing Eucharist

Anniversary: May Mortimer (1974)

Wednesday 13th June

Intention: our Organist and Director of Music, choir and musicians; our Lay Ministers of Communion, altar servers and bell-ringers.

10 am       Holy Communion

1.30 pm  Wednesday Tots at the Church Centre, Nyetimber Lane
2-4 pm    Knit & Natter at Jeanne’s, 8 Channel View (261828)

Thursday 14th June – Richard Baxter

Intention: our Parochial Church Council, its officers and committees.

6 pm              Wedding rehearsal in church

Friday 15th June – Evelyn Underhill

Intention: our local community; our Parish Pastoral Care Team, local Residents’ Associations, and the County, District and Parish Councils.

Anniversary: Norah Moth (2001)

Saturday 16th June – Richard of Chichester

Intention: those married here and preparing for marriage this year; family life, and especially any families facing adversity.

11.30 am        Burial of ashes of Esther Chesterton
2 pm              Wedding of Shaun Jones and Victoria Batchelor

 

Morning Prayer is at 9.20 am Monday–Thursday and Saturday,
and 8.30 am Friday.

PRAYERS AND INTENTIONS

We pray for all in need of healing in body, mind or spirit: Judi March, Sue Smith, Bill Mitchell, Lynette, Zoe, Gemma, Marcela, Joan Hardie, James, Pat Hooban, Paul Harmer, Brigitta Hobbs, Kenny Sinclair, Guy, Sam, Peter Easterbrook.

For urgent prayer, contact Gillian Purvis (267597) or Colin Wood (264192) to activate the Prayer Chain.

Those who have died recently: Esther Chesterton, Arthur.

We pray for those recorded in our Memorial Book whose anniversaries occur at this time, and all who mourn their passing.

We remember in our prayers Church members who live in residential care or receive communion at home: Ethel Huckle, Eileen Knight, Frank and Mary Lawton, Eva Maltby.

We pray for God’s blessing upon all who live in our parish: Langley Grove, Laurel Drive, Ledbury Way.

We pray for Grass Roots in Tanzania, whose work we support financially as a parish.

We pray for Jane Smith as she is confirmed at Aldingbourne today.

We pray for Shaun Jones and Victoria Batchelor on their wedding day on Saturday.

CONTACT DETAILS

Revd. Mark Eminson: The Vicarage, 38 Kings Drive, PO21 4PZ.

vicar@paghamchurch.org, 262713. (Day off Friday)

Revd. Jo King: curate@paghamchurch.org, 930247. (Day off Friday)

Church Website update: Email editor@paghamchurch.org to add content.

Pews News: Alison Blenkinsop, pewsnews@paghamchurch.org, 261131.

Next Sunday           Third Sunday after Trinity           (G)                  
8 am Holy Communion

Readings: 1 Peter 5: 5-11; Luke 15: 1-10

9.45 am Parish Eucharist

Readings: 1 Samuel 15: 34 –16: 13; Psalm 20;

2 Corinthians 5: 6-17; Mark 4: 26-34

Hymns: 105, 367, 16, 281

12 noon Baptism of Mia Enticott
5 pm Evening Worship – Celtic

 

NOTICES

Jane Smith is being confirmed today (Sun) at 4 pm at Aldingbourne.

Pagham Flood Defence Trust AGM: this takes place on Tuesday 12th at 7pm at the Yacht Club. All welcome.

Quiet Day: Bognor Methodist Church are hosting a Quiet Day here on Saturday 23rd. See the poster for more details – all welcome.

Julian group will be meeting on Wednesday 20th at 7.30pm.

Cream Tea: 3–5 pm on Saturday 30th June with Glenwood Ladies’ Choir – £5.00. Tickets and details from Mo Hatzfeld (268576). A sign-up sheet is on noticeboard for those able to assist.

Patronal Festival and Hog Roast: our annual celebration is on Sunday 8th July. Do come and feast at the Vicarage from 12 noon. Charge is £5 for adults, £3 for children. Please bring your own drinks.

Parish Visit to St Albans: we are planning a pilgrimage to the Cathedral Church and Abbey on Saturday 21st July. See the noticeboard in the South Aisle, and sign up before Sunday 1st July.

Parish Book Group: our current book is ‘The Hiding Place’ by Corrie ten Boom. Join a discussion group on Monday 2nd July at 8 pm, or Thursday 5th July at 10 am. See the Book Group notice board.

Good News: our monthly newsletter is important for our outreach. If you can help with delivery, contact Mo (268576) or Trudi (263597).

Safeguarding As the Church of England continues to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding, we recognise that everyone associated with the Church who comes into contact with children, young people and adults, has a role to play. A new online training module, C0, is recommended for anyone who needs a basic awareness of safeguarding. This may include, but is not limited to, vergers, adult servers, bell ringers, welcomers, sidespersons, choir members, refreshment helpers and PCC. This course is a prerequisite for attendance at C1 and C2 training. C0 training is available at safeguarding@chichester.anglican.org. Any queries (or to produce your online certificate!) please contact Jan (862606).

My Sisters’ House supports women through a range of activities and drop-in sessions at 108c London Road, Bognor Regis (697800).