|Following the 10 am service we have the sponsored walk in aid of the Bishop’s Lent Appeal. We will leave about 11.30 am. Please sponsor our team, especially if you are not walking with them!|
Every year we have to update the Church Electoral Roll (nothing to do with the council elections but with church membership). If you want to have your name on the roll please see Gordon.
Sunday reflective evening mass at 6pm.
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER SERVICES
Sunday 25 March PALM SUNDAY
8.00 am Mass
10.00 am PROCESSION and PARISH MASS
6.00 pm Evening Mass
Monday 8.00 pm Passover meal at 12 Bucharest Road
Places are full at the moment: do enquire
Tuesday 8.00 pm at the Vicarage: Martin Scorsese’s film, Silence, exploring faith in the face of anguish.
Wednesday 2.00 pm St Faith’s School Easter Service
8.00 pm Stations of the Cross
Thursday 29 March MAUNDY THURSDAY
(No Messy Church: resumes on 19 April)
8.00 p.m. MASS OF THE LAST SUPPER followed by the Watch through the night and Friday morning
Friday 30 March GOOD FRIDAY
2.00 p.m. CELEBRATION OF THE LORD’S PASSION
Saturday 31 March EASTER EVE
Morning Big Clean and making of the Easter Garden
9.00 p.m. VIGIL OF THE RESURRECTION
Sunday 1 April EASTER DAY
8.00 a.m. Mass
10.00 a.m. PARISH MASS
6.00 pm Evening Mass of the Supper at Emmaus
If you would like to buy an Easter lily in memory of a departed loved one, please fill in the form at the back of church and return it with the money.
|Please put your name on the lists for the FOOTWASHING on Maundy Thursday and for the WATCH on Maundy Thursday / Good Friday.|
EASTER EGGS: If you can boil and decorate eggs for the Easter vigil, please sign the list at the back of church and bring them on Saturday either in the morning or before the Vigil. Thank you.
FOR YOUR PRAYERS
BIRTHDAYS: Nicholas Teague (29th).
SICK: Ben Otim-Engur; Peter Copeman; Allie Bellairs.
On our prayer board: Margaret Folkes; Charmaine Mallinckrodt; Nicola Prior;
Simon Tarabain; Jess Wise; Hercules Agiotis.
Long term: Anne-Marie Carty;David Peters.
Anniversaries: Gladys Simpson (27th); Marjorie Leonard (30th); Doris Austin (31st).
WW1 centenary: Herbert Owen; Francis Partridge; Albert Barber; Joseph Matthews; Thomas Parsons; Stanley Harding.