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SUNDAY 15th November The Second before Advent
8.00am Holy Communion St Helen
10.00am Family Prayer & Praise St Peter
6.00pm Evening Praise St Catherine

Wednesday 18th November
9.30am Village Communion St Catherine

Thursday 19th November
10.30am Village Communion St Peter

Sunday 22nd November Christ the King
8.00am Holy Communion St Peter
10.00am Sung Eucharist St Helen
10.00am Children's Church St Helen

Morning Prayer
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.

22nd November Christ the King / Sunday Next Before Advent
Daniel 7. 9-10,13,14
Revelation 1. 4b-8
John 18. 33-37
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.


Worldwide Anglican Church:
Pray for Archbishop Justin Welby and the people of Venezuela [IX, The Episcopal Church]
This Diocese: Pray for Bishop Christopher; Archdeacon Peter; The Parish of East Cowes & Whippingham
World: Pray for all those who are in prison, the Chaplains and prison staff
Island: We pray for the work of the Mothers' Union supporting those in prison and their families
Sick: Peggy, Terry, Anne, Penelope, Stan, Violet, James

All who suffer as a result of natural disasters, or as a result of acts of terrorism, violence or armed conflict.
Our armed forces and their families.

“He has shown you what is good. What does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” (Micah 6.8)

Nov 16th
10.30am Bible Study / House Group
Nov 17th 2.00pm MU Knit & Natter
Nov 17th 7.00pm Nettlestone & Seaview Partnership Cheese & Wine Northbank Hotel

Pompey Chimes
Don't forget to pick up a copy, or click here.

Pew Leaflets
Items for the pew leaflet to Sue Whitewick by Wednesday 5.00pm latest, please, preferably by e-mail susanwhitewick(at)btinternet(dot)com.

Evening Praise
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 now 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

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 in St Peter's Church Hall.

Knit & Natter
Tuesday 17th November, 2.00pm. Come & contribute to the warm woollies for the seamen to be taken to Southampton on Tuesday December 8th. Refreshments & good company are included.

Time & Talents
On Sunday 22nd November a thank-you to everyone who gives of their time and talents to the life and work of our churches will be included in the service.

Victim Support in Hampshire
We are currently looking to recruit volunteer support workers for victims of crime across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, to work supporting victims of crime within the community. Full training & expenses are provided and we only ask for a two hour a week commitment. If you are interested please contact Matt Cable by email, matthew(dot)cable(at)victimsupport(dot)org(dot)uk. or call the Victim Care Service on 02380 240614.

Flower Arrangers
Jane Clarke would be very pleased to hear from anybody who would like to join those who help to do flower arrangements in St Helen's Church

As their Centenary Community Project a fundraising concert is being hosted by Seaview W.I. at St Peter's Church on Saturday 12th December at 7.00pm. The soloist is soprano Lydia Fleming-Dupont accompanied on the piano by Alisa Legroux. The music will range from light classical to the shows/seasonal. Light refreshments will be served in the interval. Donations to the church fabric fund will be gratefully received. The church is in the heart of the village of Seaview.

Pew News 8 November 2015

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