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Rev'd. Karen Wilson

tel: 07591240640

Revd. Dr. Jonathan Rowe

tel: 07754616611

Rev'd. Jeff James

tel: 07917597056

Revd. Elizabeth Harris

tel: 01209 820077

Lay Reader - Jane Darlington

tel: 01872 865844

Local Worship Leader - Janet Thomas

tel: 01872 862876

Sunday 7th November 2021

10.00 am Service of the Word & Toy Service. Methodist led.

1st Reading: Jonah 3:1-5,10  Reader: Ann Towsey

2nd Reading: Hebrews 9:24-28. Reader: David Harris

Psalm: 62:5-12

Gospel: 1:14-20

Sides: Trish Wilcocks and Jacqui Hopwood

Coffee: Ann Towsey and Mary Slattery

Sunday 14th November 2021

10.45 am. War Memorial. RBL Remembrance. Rev'd Dr. Jonathan Rowe

11.05 am.  RBL Remembrance in the church and laying up of the Standard.



Sunday 21st November 2021

10.00 am. Service of the Word. Janet Thomas

1st Reading: Daniel 7:9-10,13,14  Reader: Sue Perry

2nd Reading: Revelation 1:4b-8

Intercessions: Rosemary Aitken

Psalm: 93

Gospel: John: 18:33-37



Sunday 28th November

10.00 am. Holy Communion. Rev'd. Dr. Jonathan Rowe

1st Reading: Jeremiah 33:14-16  Reader: Veronica Eccleston

2nd Reading: 1 Thessalonians 3:9-13  Reader: David Simmons

Intercessions: Chris Wilson

Psalm: 25:1-9

Gospel: Luke 21:25-36



THE LECTIONARY: The Anglican table of readings is laid out in the Revised Common Lectionary (R.C.L.) and is used for all services except, the 8:30 am Holy Communion when the Book of Common Prayer Lectionary is used. It is usual, though not essential, for the celebrant at Communion to read the Gospel.

COFFEE ROTA: This has been suspended for the time being because of the COVID 19 pandemic.

SIDESMEN: The duties of the Sidesmen include making people feel welcome and providing visitors with appropriate books and information sheets. They are usually responsible for the collection, and may be called upon to help with the counting at the end of the service.

LAY COMMUNION ASSISTANTS: Lay assistants often double as servers, assisting the priest with the preparation and ablutions. They may also be called upon to help "lay up" the table before the service. They do not robe, but are asked to dress smartly. Only those with the bishop's permission may assist at Communion. Those with a bishop's license or PTO, Church Wardens and Ordinands are included.

READING: With the exception of the 8.30 am BCP Communion, when the King James Bible may be used, all readings should be read from a modern translation that is easily understood. If there are more than one set of readings available, or a choice of readings, the Celebrant or Preacher should be consulted on which to use.

Thank you: A very big thank you for all you do to make our services run smoothly, and in making visitors feel welcome and at home.