19 May 2019 - Fifth Sunday of Easter
who through your only-begotten Son Jesus Christ
have overcome death and opened to us the gate of everlasting life:
grant that, as by your grace going before us
you put into our minds good desires,
so by your continual help
we may bring them to good effect;
through Jesus Christ our risen Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.
This morning’s readings
This morning’s hymns
205, 461 (omit 4,5), 107, 294, 296
Anthem: I am the vine - John Bell
This Week’s Services & Groups
Tuesday to Friday at 9.15am
Tuesday at 7.30pm
Thursday at 12.15pm
Knit & Natter, Sew & Chatter
Monday at 2pm
Bible Reading Group
Tuesday at 10am
Community Coffee Morning
Thursday at 10.30am
Friday at 10.15am
26 May 2019
Sixth Sunday of Easter
8.00am Holy Communion
10.00am Sung Eucharist
Acts 16: 9-15
John 14: 23-29
6.30pm Contemplative Prayer
Christian Aid Week
Fundraising cake sale today after the 10am service.
Community Coffee Morning
This Thursday’s coffee morning features a talk on the BBC World Service by David Page.
Next Saturday 25 May at 9.30am - bring & share.
Ascension Day Thursday 30 May at 8pm at St Peters Streatham. Pentecost Sunday 9 June at 6pm at All Saints Tooting.
Community Coffee Morning Trip
The summer coach trip will be to Scotney Castle on 26 June. The cost of the coach will be £15, and if you are not a National Trust member it costs £7.80 to access the site and gardens, or £12.10 if you also wish to tour the house. The coach will leave All Saints at approx 9.30am, returning at approx 6.45pm. Please speak to Ann Holley (020 8670 9652) for further details.
Gareth hopes to join the annual Alban pilgrimage at St Albans on Saturday 22 June and would be delighted if any members of the congregation wished to join him, travelling from Tulse Hill station at 9.37am. Alban, whose shrine is at the cathedral, was Britain's first saint. A procession, including 12 ft tall carnival puppets representing figures from the story of St Alban, moves from St Peter's Church to the cathedral to re-enact the historic events which led to St Alban's execution at the hands of the Romans. The puppets are accompanied by people of all ages dressed as lions, Roman soldiers, angels, chariots and more! A Festival Eucharist at the cathedral concludes the procession (preacher - the Dean of St Paul's); children's worship will take place at the same time. We could picnic or get lunch after the eucharist, and perhaps remain for the Anointing For Healing at 3pm, and/or the Festival Evensong at 4pm (preacher - Diarmaid MacCulloch). Please speak to Gareth for more information.