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Sunday 30th April Third Sunday of Easter
St Peter8.00am Holy Communion
St Helen10.00am Sung Eucharist followed by APCM
St Helen10.00am Children's Church
St Peter6.00pm Songs of Praise

Wednesday 3rd May
St Catherine9.30am Village Communion

Thursday 4th May
St Peter10.00am Village Communion

Sunday 7th May Fourth Sunday of Easter
St Helen8.00am Holy Communion
St Peter10.00am Sung Eucharist
St Peter10.00am Children's Church

Morning Prayer
The office of Morning Prayer will be said in the Churches as follows:-
Mon. St Helen's 9.00am
Tues. St Peter's 9.00am
Wed. St Catherine's 9.00am
Thurs. St Peter's 9.00am
Fri. St Helen's 9.00am
All are welcome at these services.

ST PETER'S/ST HELEN'S 10am SERVICE READINGS
7th May Fourth Sunday of Easter
Acts 2.42-end
1 Peter 2.19-end
John 10.1-10
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

INTERCESSIONS
Worldwide Anglican Church:
Pray for Archbishop Justin Welby; Nandyal [South India]
This Diocese: Pray for Bishop Christopher; Archdeacon Peter; Rob, our Priest-in-Charge; the parish of St Edmunds & St Mark, Wootton
World: Pray for the people of all world trouble spots
Island: Pray for the schools and college as they prepare for exams
Sick: Peggy, Terry & Barbara, Anne, Joan, Annie, Rose
Recently Died: Peter Few-Brown, Alan Overill

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.

Mothers' Union Prayers
Creator God, we remember today your pattern of work and leisure as you rested from your labours on the seventh day of creation. We pray for ourselves and all who seek to maintain a healthy work-life balance, that we will be able to follow your perfect example.

Diary Dates
30th Apr 11.30am St Helen's APCM
29th Apr - 1st May Seaview May Fayre
3rd May 9.30am St Peter's Church gardening
5th May 2.00pm Bereavement Support Group - St Peter's Hall
6th & 7th May Christian Healing Event - see below
8th May 10.30am Bible Study/House Group

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.

St Helens & Seaview Church Choir
If you are a singer and would like to find out more about joining the Church choir please feel free to speak with Alan after a service at St Helen's, or send him a message via our contact page. Commitment is Sundays 10.00am, alternating weekly at each church, choir practice Friday evenings 6.30pm - 8.00pm, weddings as requested.

Bottles needed!
To raise funds for St Helen’s Church, Rose Gillett and John Kerslake will be holding a bottle tombola stall at Seaview May Fair on Monday, 1st May. Donations of full (in date) bottles of any description would be gratefully appreciated. Also cakes to sell on the stall. Thank you in anticipation!!!!!

Bible Study/House Group
After the break for Easter we will not meet again until 10.30am on Monday 8th May. Sylvia looks forward to seeing you.

St Peter's Flower Festival
April 29th - May 1st. The theme this year is Chelsea-by-Sea and as always promises to be an excellent week-end.
Additional features this year include an open evening preview on Friday 28th from 6.00pm. Admission £5.00 to include a glass of wine.
The church will be open from 10.00am - 4.00pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday - admission £1.00. Teas, coffees and home-made cakes will be available in the Lady Chapel at £2.00, and home-made cakes and marmalade on sale. The weekend will include a Songs of Praise at 6.00pm on Sunday 30th April.

Seaview Street Fayre
Monday 1st May when the Mothers' Union will be serving refreshments in the church hall. From 10.00am coffee and cake at £2.00, and then jacket potato lunches from 12noon - 2.00pm at £5.00. During this time the flower festival will also be open from 10.00am-4.00pm, admission £1.00. There are still gaps on the stewarding rota if anyone has a spare hour.

URGENTLY WANTED
Empty jam jars preferably with lids. Contact Sylvia who is happy to collect.

Christian Healing Mission
Encountering the God who loves to heal

Saturday 6th May 1.00pm - 5.00pm St Peter's Hall, Letting Jesus Heal - a presentation and workshop for all those interested in drawing themselves or others closer to Jesus to receive His healing through prayer.

Sunday 7th May 10.00am St Peter's Church, Eucharist - Preacher Revd John Ryeland on THE GOD WHO LOVES TO HEAL and 4.00pm St Helen's Church, SERVICE OF HEALING - for ourselves, for others and for our world.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Pew News 23 April 2017

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