16 February 2020 - Second Sunday before Lent & Creation Sunday
you have created the heavens and the earth
and made us in your own image:
teach us to discern your hand in all your works
and your likeness in all your children;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who with you and the Holy Spirit reigns supreme over all things,
now and for ever. Amen.
This morning’s hymns & music
333, 397, 285 (omit 6), 440 (omit 4&5)
Anthem: Thou visitest the earth - Greene
This week’s services & groups
Monday to Friday at 9.15am
Tuesday at 7pm (Lady Chapel)
Wednesday at 10am (Lady Chapel)
Thursday at 12.15pm (South Aisle)
Knit & Natter, Sew & Chatter
Monday at 2pm
Bible Reading Group
Tuesday at 10am
Community Coffee Morning
Thursday at 10.30am
Friday at 10.15am
Next Sunday 23 February:
Sunday Next Before Lent
with the Sacrament of Healing
10am Sung Eucharist
2 Peter 1:16-end
6.30pm Taizé Contemplative
Information about Lent is available in the Lent booklet on the welcome hall table. Please bring back your palm crosses by next Sunday 23 February to turn into ash for Ash Wednesday on 27 February. If anyone needs help getting to church for the Ash Wednesday services, or if unable to leave their home and would like holy communion and ashing at home, please let the clergy know.
All Saints Men's Group is hosting Children’s Pancake Flipping on Sunday 23 February in the crypt after the 10am service. All ages welcome.
The All Saints Phoenix Film Club
Meeting next Sunday at 7.20pm to watch Il Postino. Set on a tiny island in 1950, shy Mario develops an unexpected and transformative relationship with exiled Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. This warm and gentle comedy reflects on love, life and the power of poetry. Join us for a glass of wine before and a short discussion after the film. All welcome.
Applications are invited for an Organ Scholarship and a Choral Scholarship. Please see www.all-saints.org.uk for further details and contact email@example.com to apply.
Saturday 7 March on the theme of ‘Come to the waters, all you who thirst.’ (Is 55.1) and it is a good opportunity at the beginning of Lent to stop for a while and reflect. Please sign up to let us know that you're coming. Any questions to Cathy.
Do look at the charities display in the South aisle to see a variety of ways in which help is needed.
Violin and Viola Recital
Sunday March 15 at 7.30pm given by Cory Ferguson and Jonny Davies. Mozart Duo for Violin and Viola K 423 and Brahms Violin Sonata in A major opus 100. Admission free, retiring collection towards the Timothy Penrose Music Fund.
We have a gap in our flower rota for 23 February. If you would like to cover this date please put your name in the flower rota on the welcome hall table along with details of any dedication.