18 March 2018 - Lent 5 - Passiontide begins
Most merciful God,
who by the death and resurrection of your Son Jesus Christ
delivered and saved the world:
grant that by faith in him
who suffered on the cross
we may triumph in the power
of his victory;
through Jesus Christ your Son our 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
439 (omit v4), 115, 84, 92, 461 (omit v4)
Anthem: Wash me throughly - Wesley
This Week’s Services & Groups
Monday to Friday at 9.15am
Monday to Thursday at 5pm
Tuesday at 7.15pm
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
25 March 2018
8am Holy Communion
10.00am Sung Eucharist
Palms Liturgy: Mark 11.1-11
Passion Liturgy: Philippians 2.5-11;
6.30pm Service of Readings & Music for Passiontide
Lent 2018: ‘Let your light shine’
Groups meet for the last time this week, as follows:
Sundays: 15 Good Minutes after the service
Monday & Tuesday at 8pm
Thursday at 1pm with soup.
Bishop of Southwark’s Lent Call
Please put your completed donation envelope in the collection tray in the welcome hall.
All Saints Agape Meal
Tuesday 27 March at 6.30pm commemorating the table fellowship that Jesus shared in the gospels. Delicious food and lively liturgy with active involvement for children. Please sign up in the welcome hall.
Cost: £8.50; children (18 and under) free.
If you would like to give a lily in memory of a loved one for the display at the Maundy Thursday vigil (Thursday 29 March) and the Easter flowers, please sign up in the Welcome Hall, put your payment in an envelope and leave it in the cash box. Flower prices are very high this year, so we have to ask £5 per lily.
A bring & share breakfast will follow the Service of Light at 6am on Easter Day, 1 April. Please sign up in the Welcome Hall if you are coming.
Publicity for Holy Week
Please deliver some flyers to the parish. Packs in the welcome hall.
David to be Acting Archdeacon
David will be taking on the role of Acting Archdeacon of Lambeth whilst Simon Gates is on sabbatical from the beginning of May to the end of August. We look forward to welcoming Gareth Davies who is spending May to July on secondment at All Saints.
All Saints choir is welcoming new members, both adults and children. Choir practice is on Friday evenings, with the Junior choir (aged 6 upwards) meeting from 6.30 pm and the Senior choir from 7.30 to 9pm. All welcome. Do speak to Ruth or a member of the choir if you would like to join us, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
An Amazing Coffee Morning
This Thursday’s coffee morning at 10.30am features a talk by Lore Robinson, Dulwich resident and one of the children who left Nazi Germany for Britain on the Kindertransport. All welcome. This is also the last coffee morning until after Easter. Coffee mornings restart on 12 April.
Thanks to the generous support of All Saints, 4ALL’s BTT club (for 8-12-year-olds) has a vacancy for a sessional worker, 6 hours/week, £12/hour. Info at 4-all.org.uk. Job details here.
ASWD Citizens UK Group
Our next meeting will be this Tuesday 20th March at 8pm. As well as preparing for the hustings on 26th April, we will hear from the Robes Project, the Foodbank and the refugee organisations we support so that we can deepen our understanding of their work. Everyone is welcome. More details from Cathy.