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THE HAVEN BENEFICE
of
Seaview, St Helens, Brading & Yaverland

Providing a Spiritual Harbour for ALL
PEW NEWS
SUNDAY 19th September 2021

www.havenchurches.org.uk
thehavenecochurch.com

Contacts
Rev Ali Morley
01983 565975 / 07500 007437
revamorley(at)gmail(dot)com

The Vicar’s day off is Monday. Any communications received by Ali on that day will not be dealt with until Tuesdays.

Associate Priest
Rev Barry Downer 01983 867150
barry.downer(at)hotmail(dot)com

Lay Reader and Local Minister, Seaview
Sylvia Beardsmore 01983 612600
sdbeardsmore(at)gmail(dot)com

Benefice Administrator
Sue Whitewick 01983 568761
sthelepete(at)gmail(dot)com

Please consult our Service Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Sunday 19th September 2021 Trinity 16
St Peter's8.30am BCP Communion
[Revd A Morley]
St Mary's9.30am Sung Eucharist
[Revd B Downer]

NB The Celebration of St Matthew, Apostle & Evangelist will not take place on Tuesday 2lst September as planned, but will be celebrated on Wednesday 22nd September at St Catherine’s Chapel at 9.3Oam.

Wednesday 22nd September 2021
St Catherine's9.30am Holy Communion
[Revd A Morley]
St Mary's10.00am Morning Service
[Revd A Morley]

Sunday 26th September 2021 Trinity 17
St Helen's9.30am Sung Eucharist [Harvest Festival}
[Revd A Morley]
St John's11.00am Sung Eucharist
[Revd A Morley]
St Helen's3.30pm Eco Church
[Revd A Morley]

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.

Readings for Sunday 19th September 2021
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity

Proverbs 31.10-end
Psalm 54
James 3.13–4.3,7-8a
Mark 9.30-37

Readings for Sunday 26th September 2021
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity

Esther 7.1-6,9,10
James 5.13-end
Mark 9.38-end
Harvest
Joel 2.21-27
1 Timothy 2.1-7
Matthew 6.25-33

INTERCESSIONS
Worldwide Anglican Church:
  Pray for Archbishop Justin Welby and for The Church of the Province of Uganda
This Diocese:  Pray for the Commissionary Bishop Rob; Archdeacon Peter; Area Dean Stephen; Associate Area Deans Amanda, Susan & Hugh; our benefice Vicars Alison & Barry; the Parishes of Calbourne, Newtown & Shalfleet
World:  As the lockdown restrictions are lifted we pray for the people of the world as they all try to rebuild their lives.
The people of Afghanistan.
Island:  We pray for all schools, colleges, universities and for the pupils as they prepare for the new academic year.

Sick:  David Marrow, Judith & Miles Clarke, Pat & Slim Whiteland, Lottie Rann, Tony Hegerty, Anne Cotterell

Recently Died:  Eileen Edgerton

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
Peace & Security

We bring our praise today that as children of God we can be secure in the knowledge that Christ has given us eternal life and we will live with him in peace for evermore. Thanks be to God for our sure and certain hope!

St Mary’s Market
The market is open every Wednesday and Saturday 10.30am - 3.30pm in St Mary’s church hall. Please come and have a browse, you might find just the thing you have been looking for.

St Peter's Church Gardening
This happens every Tuesday from 9.30am. If you would like to help in any way please turn up, you would be most welcome.
Please bring your own tools.

St Helen’s Churchyard
Everyone is very welcome to go into the churchyard, but PLEASE take your rubbish home with you. We are finding water bottles, drinks cans, crisp packets etc, just left where they fall. Someone has to pick them up and dispose of them off site, as there is no bin collection. Please help us keep this a place of tranquillity and beauty, and respect for our loved ones buried there.

Rubbish at St Peter’s
Just to remind everybody. . . ...Flowers and green waste should go in the BROWN bin: disposable cups, including those used in church on Sunday’s should go in the GREEN bin, all other rubbish in the BLACK bin. Thank you

Friends of St Helen's
This is now up and running. A bank account is now open and donations to this fund are very welcome. All money received will be put to the fabric and restoration of St Helen’s Church. Please speak to Jim Proctor for more details.

Diary dates for Brading
Saturday l8th September. 10.00am Visiting bell ringers at St Mary’s
Monday 18th October. 09.30am Visiting bell ringers at St Mary’s
Friday lst October. 19.00 Quiz night at the Broadway Centre Sandown. Contact Nigel for details
Provisional date Saturday 23rd October at 14.00.
Jumble sale at Brading Town Hall. Contact Nigel for details. Jumble items needed..

Book Group
The book “Stories we tell ourselves” provoked an enjoyable, interesting and wide ranging discussion. The next book is “The Humble Church” by Martyn Percy. The meeting will be on Friday 5th November at 2.00pm in St Catherine’s Chapel, St Helens. All are Welcome. Any questions please contact Catherine Davis [daviscath3(at)ao1(dot)com or 07940 826034].

One-off Envelopes
These envelopes are no longer necessary as ALL monies placed in the plate can be Gift aided up to a total of £8,000.00 per tax year. If you would particularly like an envelope they are still available. Please ask the sides-person for one.

Harvest Festival
St Helen’s Church will be celebrating Harvest Festival on 26th September at 9.30am. Please give donations of fresh garden produce which can be sold after the service, or anything left can be made into soup for the Eco Church later in the day. Thank you

Eco Church
This will be in St Helen’s Church at 15.30 on 26th September. It will take the form of prayers, fellowship and a light supper. All welcome.

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