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25 October 2020

Last Sunday after Trinity - Bible Sunday

COLLECT FOR TODAY (A collect is a prayer that “collects together” and reflects the general theme of the day)

Blessed Lord,

who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning:

help us so to hear them,

to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them

that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word,

we may embrace and for ever hold fast

the hope of everlasting life,

which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

Amen.

We pray for our brothers and sisters in the church in the Diocese of Stavanger, Norway, the Anglican Church in Wales and the Diocese of Carlisle. In our link Diocese of Botswana we pray for the Venerable Joe Tsuaneng, Archdeacon of the South. In the Alnwick Deanery we pray for the congregation of All Saints’ Parish Church, Rothbury and their Rector, John Sinclair.

In our parish, we pray for those who live in Shipley Road, Back Shipley Road and Beanley Crescent.

We pray for those who are unwell - Callum; Louise Cherry; Barnaby Essenhigh; Barry; Ruth; Kate; Sarah-Anne; Clare Brown; Sarah; Frank Turnbull; Mason; Delilah; Sophia; Cath Goode; Catrina; Dorothy Smith; Ian Crawford.

We pray for those who have recently died and their families, particularly

In our year’s mind, we remember Dolores Roper, Denis Cliffe, Aileen Knight, Pamela Armstrong, Vera Knight, Peggy Carruthers and William Alwyn Lawson.


Notes and Notices

Sunday services are currently being held at 10am & 11:30am. From next Sunday these will be short Communion services. Numbers will be limited for safety reasons and attendance will be on a first come, first served basis. Please follow closely the directions give by our Church Wardens and Sidespeople.

Wednesday Book of Common Prayer Communion Services will recommence on Wed 21 October at 10am.

Our All Souls' Service will take place on Sunday 1 Nov at 4:30pm. Attendance is by prior booking only. If you would like to attend and/or have the names of someone read out during the service, please contact the parish office.

Remembrance Sunday Services will incorporate an Act of Remembrance in place of the usual Remembrance Day Parade and Service at the War Memorial on the Village Green.

The church is open for private prayer daily from 9am until 4pm or dusk. Please follow the signs in church and sign in/out each time you visit.

It is now the law to wear a face covering in a place of worship. Masks are available in the church porch.

The collection box for The Bay Foodbank has been placed at the back of church for non-perishable food and toiletries.

The October edition of Parish News is available in print and here: http://www.holysaviours.org.uk/news-events/parish-magazine-/ 

The October edition of the Link Diocesan newspaper is available to download here: https://cofenewcastle.contentfiles.net/media/assets/file/Link_October_2020.pdf

Please note a change in the parish office phone number to 0191 257 6250. The parish office will be open on weekday mornings 9-11am. Please do not visit the office in person. If you need to contact Stuart, please ring or email.