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Seaview, St Helens, Brading & Yaverland

Providing a Spiritual Harbour for ALL
SUNDAY 18th April 2021

Rev Ali Morley
01983 565975 / 07500 007437

Associate Priest
Rev Barry Downer 01983 867150

Lay Reader and Local Minister, Seaview
Sylvia Beardsmore 01983 612600

Benefice Administrator
Sue Whitewick 01983 568761

Services in our Benefice have now resumed. Please consult our Service Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

In line with present regulations, please wear masks at all times during our services.

Please click here for further information about our service arrangements.

Wednesday 14th April 2021
St Mary's9.30am Holy Communion
[Revd A Morley]

Sunday 18th April 2021
St Mary's9.30am Holy Communion
[Revd B Downer]
St Peter's11.00am Holy Communion
[Revd A Morley]

Wednesday 21st April 2021
St Catherine's10.00am Holy Communion
[Revd A Morley]

Friday 23rd April 2021
St John's5.00pm Holy Communion
for St George's Day

Sunday 25th April 2021
St Mary's9.30am Holy Communion
[Revd B Downer]
St Peter's11.00am Holy Communion
[Revd A Morley]
St John's11.00am Holy Communion
[Revd B Downer]

NB Presiding Ministers could change at the last minute.

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

Readings for Sunday 18th April 2021
The Third Sunday of Easter

Acts 3.12-19
Psalm 4
1 John 3.1-7
Luke 24.36b-48

Readings for Sunday 25th April 2021
The Fourth Sunday of Easter

Acts 4.5-12
Psalm 23
1 John 3.16-end
John 10.11-18

Worldwide Anglican Church:
  Pray for Archbishop Justin Welby and for The Church of Ireland
This Diocese:  Pray for Bishop Christopher; Archdeacon Peter; Area Dean Amanda; our benefice Vicars Alison & Barry; the Parishes of All Saints, Ryde & St Michael, Swanmore
World:  We pray for everyone in the world suffering, in whatever way, from the pandemic
Island:  As businesses begin to open, we pray for owners and staff as they try to rebuild their livelihoods.
Sick:  David
Recently Died:  Stephanie Lush, Rosie Ashenhurst, Phyllis Maitland, Doreen Bartlett

We pray for all who suffer as a result of natural disasters, acts of terrorism, violence or armed conflict; for our armed forces and their families, and all who work in the emergency services.

Thought for the Week
Walking with Christ

Loving Lord, we pray for those who walk alongside us sharing tasks, sharing vision and pressing forward to build your Kingdom here on earth Grant us ears to listen, eyes that open and lips that speak of your love, hope, beauty, peace, and mercy.


Hello everyone.

As we come out from this winter lockdown we have been reviewing our activity in the Eco market at St Mary's. For lots of reasons we have decided that two full days will be better for opening the market rather than the four mornings. We will therefore be opening Wednesday and Saturday 10.30am to 3.30pm (Volunteers any time from 9am to 5pm welcome).  We thought that this could be seen in the same way as continental 'market days' as we will soon have vegetables and we have local people wanting to have stalls of jewellery, plants, knitwear and candles.

This is similar to last summer and we could even begin to accept preloved items again for stalls outside the market on a Saturday.

On Wednesday the day will begin with a short service in the church at 10.00am for those who wish and there is a relaxing Mindfulness session at 2.00pm.

We think this will be fun for everyone and we will be serving tea and cake as well to take out and sit around in the herb garden or orchard.

Thank you all.

We hope that you enjoy coming to the market, as much as we enjoy seeing you.

God Bless


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