St Helens with Seaview
The website: www.havenchurches.org.uk
SUNDAY 18th October St Luke / Twentieth Sunday after Trinity
Wednesday 21st October
Thursday 22nd October
Sunday 25th October
The office of Morning Prayer, led by the Revd Robert Wynford-Harris, will be said in the Churches as follows:-
Mon. St Helen's 9.30am
Tues. St Peter's 9.30am
Wed. St Helen's 8.00am
Thurs. St Peter's 9.30am
Anyone is very welcome to join Rob at these services.
ST PETER'S/ST HELEN'S 10am SERVICE READINGS
25th October The Last Sunday after Trinity
Hebrews 7.23 - end
Mark 10.46 - end
The duty rota is displayed on the notice board at both churches. If you are unable to fulfil the scheduled task please swap with another and please inform Sylvia Beardsmore.
PLEASE USE THIS PEW LEAFLET
TO INFORM YOUR PRAYERS
Worldwide Anglican Church: Pray for Archbishop Justin Welby and the people of The Arctic [Rupert's Land, Canada]
This Diocese: Pray for Bishop Christopher; Archdeacon Peter; The Parish of Calbourne, Newtown & Shalfleet
World: We pray for the people of the world living in fear & the refugees fleeing to safety.
Island: Pray for the hospital and hospice, the staff, the Chaplains and the people they minister to.
Sick: Peggy, Barbara & Terry, Anne, Penelope, Stan, Violet, James
Recently Died: Janice Woodhouse, Margaret Lineker-Morris, Pat Parsons
All who suffer as a result of natural disasters,
or as a result of acts of terrorism, violence or armed
Our armed forces and their families.
MOTHERS' UNION PRAYERS
"I am the vine; you are the branches. Those who remain in me, and I in them, will produce much fruit. For apart from me you can do nothing."(John 15.5))
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Oct 19th 10.30am Bible Study / House Group
Oct 19th 7.30pm St Helens Hort. Soc. Mini Harvest Show/Talk Community Centre
Oct 20th 2.00pm MU Knit and Natter
Don't forget to pick up a copy, or click here.
Items for the pew leaflet to Sue Whitewick by Wednesday 5.00pm latest, please, preferably by e-mail susanwhitewick(at)btinternet(dot)com.
St Peter's Weekly Communion
There is now a weekly Village Communion on Thursdays at 10.30am in the Lady Chapel for a trial period.
These services are held at 6.00pm on the third Sunday of every month in St Catherine's Chapel. They are a service of hymns, readings and prayers and everyone is welcome to attend.
Parish Giving Scheme
I hope many of you will have seen the article in the last two editions of the Parish Magazine. The Parish Giving Scheme has been launched in both churches. There are spare packs for anyone who might like to donate in the future. Please consider what you give carefully, we need every penny we can get to keep St Helen's Church open and running. Sue
A Message from Sylvia
I would like to thank everyone for all the messages and good wishes I received during my recent illness. I have been sustained & uplifted by all your prayers. Thank you all. Sylvia.
All Souls Service
The All Souls Service, when our loved ones who have died are remembered, will take place on Sunday 1st November at 6.00pm at St Helen's Church. Clip boards will be at the back of each Church from Sunday 18th October for names of people to be added whom you would like to be remembered by name.
Open Worship Meeting
If you would like to discuss how the services are run, or if you would like to see change, something different or you have questions to ask please come along to this meeting on Saturday 21st November from 9.30am - 11.00am.
St Peter's Harvest Lunch
This event raised £323.00 for our link parish in Bolgatanga. Thanks especially to Beth & Molly and to all who helped and supported them.
Trafalgar Day Lunch
This event will take place on Wednesday 21st October at the Northbank Hotel. Will Caws is the quest of honour. His direct ancestors fought at the battle of Trafalgar so it is particularly appropriate and an honour that he will be present at this lunch. Will will be delighted to talk informally to guests about the Battle of Trafalgar, life in Nelson's navy and to answer questions.
St Helens Sewing Group
Please does anyone have any red, green, white or gold wool, 4ply or preferably thicker, or ribbons and bindings etc in the same colours, that I could have to make items for the Christmas sales days? Even small quantities will help. We are not meeting as a group at present as people seem happy to make things at home, but do please contact me if you are able to make anything for us to sell for St Helen's Church, or if you would like to meet up and stitch together. Thank you. Mary Jackson