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  • Tuesday 7 July 2015 at 10:10am
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    Singing may not be a value but it is the best vehicle for carrying values through time. When we sing together we are bound together.

    First Lesson: Psalm 96. 1-16
    Gospel: Luke 1. 46-55

    Clergy
    Fr Gerald
  • Tuesday 7 July 2015 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 12 July 2015 at 10:30am
    print calendar email Sixth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 10)
    Hymns:
    473 When morning gilds the skies
    (tune 2)
    498 Son of God, eternal Saviour
    497 O Lord our God, arise
    (tune 449)
    373 How shall I sing that majesty
    (Coe Fen NEPraise 699)
    First Lesson: Ephesians 1. 3-14
    Gospel: Mark 6. 14-29

    Clergy
    Fr Gerald Beauchamp
       
    Sidesman
    David De Kervern


    Reader
    David De Kervern


    Server

    Refreshments
    Annie Tassinari


    Sunday School Session Leader
    Per Johan Richard Sandersson


    Sunday School 7s & Over Leader

    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music
    Steve Phillips


    Sunday School Attendance

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 14 July 2015 at 10:10am
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    Today's value is Joy. For Christians this is not simply something for individuals but for whole communities. Schools and churches are attractive when we see them full of joy.

    First Lesson: Hebrews 12. 1-2
    Gospel: Mark 4. 1-10

    Clergy
    Fr Gerald
  • Tuesday 14 July 2015 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 19 July 2015 at 10:30am
    print calendar email Seventh Sunday after Trinity (Proper 11)
    Hymns:
    381 Jerusalem the golden
    333 All my hope on God is founded
    234 Christ, whose glory fills the skies
    373 How shall I sing that majesty
    (Coe Fen NEPraise 699)
    First Lesson: Ephesians 11. 2-end
    Gospel: Mark 6. 30-34 & 53-end

    Clergy
    Fr Stephen Flatt
       
    Sidesman
    David De Kervern


    Reader
    David De Kervern


    Server

    Refreshments

    Sunday School Session Leader
    Jean Earle


    Sunday School 7s & Over Leader

    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator

    Sunday School Music
    Martin Cullingford


    Sunday School Attendance

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 21 July 2015 at 09:30am
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    The last mass of the school year is held in church. We pray that all those who are moving on from the school will have firm foundation sfor the future not just educationally and emotrionally but spiritually, too. The foundation of all things is love.

    First Lesson: 1 Corinthians 13
    Gospel: Matthew 28. 16-20

    Clergy
    Fr Gerald
  • Tuesday 21 July 2015 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 26 July 2015 at 10:30am
    print calendar email Eighth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 12)
    Hymns:
    336 Angel voices ever singing
    338 At the Name of Jesus
    463 Thine for ever! God of love
    373 How shall I sing that majesty
    (Coe Fen NEPraise 699)
    First Lesson: Ephesians 3. 14-end
    Gospel: John 6. 1-21

    Clergy
    Fr Gerald Beauchamp
       
    Sidesman

    Reader

    Server

    Refreshments

    Sunday School Session Leader
    Jennifer Currie


    Sunday School 7s & Over Leader

    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator
    Tijana Urosevic


    Sunday School Music
    Steve Phillips


    Sunday School Attendance

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 28 July 2015 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 2 August 2015 at 10:30am
    print calendar email Ninth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 13)
    Hymns:
    427 O praise ye the Lord! praise him in the height
    271 Alleluia, sing to Jesus
    363 Glory in the highest to the God of heaven
    373 How shall I sing that majesty
    (Coe Fen NEPraise 699)
    First Lesson: Ephesians 4. 1-16
    Gospel: John 6. 24-35

    Clergy
    Fr Stephen Flatt
       
    Sidesman

    Reader

    Server

    Refreshments

    Sunday School Session Leader
    Emily Laino


    Sunday School 7s & Over Leader

    Sunday School Crafts Coordinator
    Tijana Urosevic


    Sunday School Music

    Sunday School Attendance

    Clearing up

  • Tuesday 4 August 2015 at 12:30pm
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  • Sunday 5th July 2015
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    I hope that you are all enjoying the glorious weather. Many people across the world look askance at us Brits wilting in 37 degrees. It can be a lot hotter elsewhere but it is unusually hot for here. And given climate change the spectacular summer may be the harbinger of something less welcome. If we consumed more thoughtfully we may pass on a world in better condition to the next generation. Tomorrow is the Fifth Sunday after Trinity. The ministry of Jesus is beginning in earnest. He is unwelcome in his hometown so he goes further and wider sending out his disciples in twos. Rejection in one place causes growth elsewhere. It was true for Jesus. It can be true for us. Its a cause for hope when things go pear-shaped. If you go down to Sunday School please remember to carry the very little ones. It speeds things up no end. Tomorrow the children's choir will be singing. That's always a treat. After mass I'm providing mini cupcakes all round to mark my 60th birthday on Monday. I've started celebrating by traveling for free on my bus pass. Old age? Couldn't be better! See you tomorrow. Yours in Christ Fr Gerald

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  • Sunday 5th July 2015
    print email Fr Gerald's Weekly Email

    I hope that you are all enjoying the glorious weather. Many people across the world look askance at us Brits wilting in 37 degrees. It can be a lot hotter elsewhere but it is unusually hot for here. And given climate change the spectacular summer may be the harbinger of something less welcome. If we consumed more thoughtfully we may pass on a world in better condition to the next generation. Tomorrow is the Fifth Sunday after Trinity. The ministry of Jesus is beginning in earnest. He is unwelcome in his hometown so he goes further and wider sending out his disciples in twos. Rejection in one place causes growth elsewhere. It was true for Jesus. It can be true for us. Its a cause for hope when things go pear-shaped. If you go down to Sunday School please remember to carry the very little ones. It speeds things up no end. Tomorrow the children's choir will be singing. That's always a treat. After mass I'm providing mini cupcakes all round to mark my 60th birthday on Monday. I've started celebrating by traveling for free on my bus pass. Old age? Couldn't be better! See you tomorrow. Yours in Christ Fr Gerald

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