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St. Michael and All Angels

24th September 2017

Patronal Festival


Welcome to St. Michael’s.

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10am Parish Eucharist

President : Revd. Tony Whatmough

Preacher: Ven. Paul Ayres

We welcome all from the Headingley Team

Introit Hymn: 628 Ye that know the Lord is Gracious

Collect: Eternal Lord God,Who ordained and constituted the service of angels and mortals in a wonderful order: grant that as St. Michael and your holy angels always serve you in heaven, so at your command they may help and defend us on earth; Through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, Amen.

First Reading: Genesis 28:10-17

Gradual Psalm 84 How lovely is your dwelling place.

Second Reading: Revelation 12:7-12

Gradual Hymn: 626 Ye holy angels bright

Gospel: John 1:47-end

Offertory Hymn: 585 The church’s one foundation

Communion Hymn: 211 We love the place,O God

Anthem: Locus Iste – Anton Bruckner

Recessional Hymn: 530 Now thank we all our God


12 noon: Holy Communion


6.30pm Evensong: Revd. Tony Whatmough

Introit Hymn: 392 Bright the vision

Psalm: 148 page 311

Old Testament: Daniel 10: 4-end

New Testament: Revelation 5

Anthem: Truly the Lord is in this Place Peter Hurford

Hymn: 377 Angel Voices ever singing

Hymn: 351 In our day of thanksgiving

Processional Hymn: 499 Lift high the cross


For our Prayers:

The Anglican Communion:

Southeast Florida (IV, The Episcopal Church) – Leopold Frade

The Diocese:

Please pray for the Deaneries of the Huddersfield Episcopal Area, and those who serve them.

Our Parish: All the churches in Headingley, and the people we seek to serve.

At the Parish Eucharist:

Those for whom our prayers have been asked:

Rachel Frost, Richard Ainley. Julie McBarron. . Wenda Parkinson. Berta Hurtaco. Kevin Patrick, Susan Pearson. Tom Clements. Yvonne Stenzel. Louise Ibbotson. Bob Baddeley. Richard Gunter. Eileen Baker. Edna Rees. Alex Postle. Dean Ward. Emma Palmer. Baby Halle. Vick Allsop.

At Evensong:

Those who receive their communion at home:

Phyllis Dickinson, Edna Bloor, Jenny Horam. Edna Lewis, Val Corrick, Residents of Headingley Hall, Grove Court, Grove Park and Victoria Court.


The Departed:

Mike Ingrem. Michael Crow


If you would like someone to be prayed for at our services, please let the Vicar know. Could you also keep him up to date about people on the list.

Our Charity of the Season, is the Macmillan Cancer Support, providing information, advice and practical support for cancer sufferers and their families. Macmillan Nurses work in hospitals and in the community improve the lives of people affected by cancer. Please put donations in the box at the back of Church.


We give thanks for the work of Alice Smithson who has been looking after our work for the Children’s Society for 51 years. Thank you Alice for all that you’ve done.This work is being taken on by Jan Kramer. If you would like a collecting box, please see Jan.


Situations Vacant. Our church relies on Volunteers and from time to time there are jobs that need to be done. Could you consider some of these?


Christian Aid: someone to co-ordinate our annual collections.


Servers and acolytes: to carry the Cross and Candles at our services.


St. Michael’s Lunch Club, which meets at Muir Court, are looking for drivers. If anyone can help, please contact the Vicar.


Volunteers to be part of our Holy Dusters team.


The Macmillan Coffee morning this year at St. Michael’s is on

Wednesday 27th September.


Offers of cake will be greatly appreciated. We shall also be supporting the SkyRack Macmillan Coffee morning on Friday 29th September.

Please do all you can to support this important Charity.


Eco Tip of the week: Recycle glass bottles and jars – Unfortunately Leeds City Council doesn’t collect glass at the kerbside. However there are a number of bottle banks in the area, including outside the Taps pub which also takes batteries, electrical waste and clothes. For your nearest facility see:


Some up and coming Events at St. Michael’s


Wednesday 27th September:

Macmillan Coffee Morning.


8th October: All Age Harvest Festival 10.00

After this service there will be a brain storming event to plan what we would like to achieve this year.

Harvest Songs of Praise, 6.30pm

28th October: Halloween Bingo, 7pm

Parish Hall


Sorting out old clothes?

Bring them to Church and we can pass them on to the homeless in Headingley and Leeds. Soaps and other hygiene products would also be welcome.


During the Week at St. Michael’s



 Morning Prayer

Mount St. Joseph Communion





 Morning Prayer, St. Chad




 Morning Prayer

Holy Communion

Macmillan Coffee Morning





Morning Prayer & Holy Communion,

St. Chad





 Morning Prayer, All Hallows




1st October

Trinity 16

Holy Communion, St. Chad

Parish Eucharist

Holy Communion







Leeds North and West Foodbank is

urgently in need of donations. Emergency food parcels for three days are issued to people found to be in food crisis by organisations within the community. Ninety percent of the food distributed is given by the general public.

Please put donations for the Foodbank and

Pafras in the boxes at the back of church.

No perishable items please.


If you know anyone who is ill or would like a visit, please let the Vicar know.


Team Rector: Revd. Tony Whatmough

Click here to Email Tony

0113 274 3238/07711335050

(Tony takes Saturday as his day off.)

Parish Office: 275 4053

Parish Hall Bookings: 275 1939

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