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St. Michael and All Angels

8th October 2017

                    Harvest

 

 

Welcome to St. Michael’s.

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10am All Age Eucharist

President : Revd. Tony Whatmough

 

12 noon: Holy Communion

 

6.30pm Harvest Songs of Praise Revd. Phil Chilvers

 

Thought for Harvest:

The one who sows wrong thoughts and deeds and prays that God will bless them is in the position of a farmer who, having sown tares, asks God to bring forth a harvest of wheat.

James Allen

 

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

 

Please write your suggestions and comments on the leaves of the Prayer Tree.

We are particularly looking at:

 

 The Church Building

 Our engagement with the Community

 Our Charities of the Season.

 Our Social Life

 Our care of the Environmental

 Our Student Life

 Growing the faith

 

If you have other interests, please feel free to add them.

 

A display of our suggestions will be made to help discussion.

 

For our Prayers:

 

The Anglican Communion:

St Albans (Canterbury, England) – Bishop Alan Smith

 

The Diocese:

Retired Clergy and Retired Clergy with Permission to Officiate within the Diocese of Leeds – thank God for the invaluable support they give to parishes across the Diocese

 

Our Parish: All those who work in the food industry in our Parish.

 

At the Parish Eucharist:

Those for whom our prayers have been asked:

Rachel Frost, Julie McBarron. Wenda Parkinson. Berta Hurtaco. Kevin Patrick, Susan Pearson. Tom Clements. Yvonne Stenzel. Louise Ibbotson. Bob Baddeley. Eileen Baker. Edna Rees. Baby Halle. Vick Alsop. Anne Morden. Mark & Lisa Allotey.

 

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. Mount St. Joseph.

 

The Departed:

Frank Baines

 

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Eco Tip of the week: Have you thought about making your own cleaning products? You can use basic ingredients such as lemon juice, white vinegar and baking soda. To make furniture polish, mix 1 tsp of lemon juice in 1 pint of mineral or vegetable oil (olive oil works well). Perhaps you have a cleaning remedy you can share on the pew sheet?

 

Some up and coming Events at St. Michael’s

 

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.

22nd October: Anniversary of the Reformation. 2pm St. Columba’s URC

28th October: Halloween Bingo, 7pm Parish Hall

5th November: All Hallows Patronal Festival. No morning service at St. Michael’s

All Souls Service, 6.30pm

21st November: Lighting of the Headingley Lights.

 

The leaders of most of the 39 provinces of the Anglican Communion are arriving in England for the Primates’ Meeting, which takes place at Canterbury Cathedral, the Mother Church of the Communion. The Primates’ Meeting is one of Anglicanism’s four “Instruments of Communion” and helps to bind together the independent but inter-dependent” provinces. Pray for them as they seek ‘unity in diversity.’

 

 

During the Week at St. Michael’s

 

Monday

 Morning Prayer

Parish Hall Committee

9.15

7.30

Tuesday

 Morning Prayer, St. Chad

Grove Park Communion

9.15

2.30

Wednesday

Morning Prayer

Holy Communion

 

10.00

10.30

 

Thursday

Morning Prayer & Holy Communion,

St. Chad

Headingley Hall Communion

10.00

 

11.00

 

 

Friday

 Morning Prayer, All Hallows

 

 9.15

Sunday

15th

October

Trinity 18

Holy Communion, St. Chad

Parish Eucharist

Holy Communion

Evensong

 

 8.00

 10.00

12.00

6.30

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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