26 January 2020 - Epiphany 3
whose Son revealed in signs and miracles
the wonder of your saving presence:
renew your people with your heavenly grace,
and in all our weakness
sustain us by your mighty power;
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. Amen
This morning’s hymns & music
484 (omit 3), 339, 375, By gracious powers, so wonderfully sheltered, Will you come and follow me
Day by day - How
6.30pm Taizé Contemplative Service
Followed by screening of Amen for Holocaust Memorial Day
This week’s services & groups
Monday to Friday at 9.15am
Tuesday at 7.30pm (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 2 February:
10am Sung Eucharist
Sacrament of Healing
The Sacrament of Healing is offered at our 10am service today after Holy Communion. If you would prefer to receive the sacrament in private please speak to one of the clergy. More information available in the booklet in the Welcome Hall.
Holocaust Memorial Day Film
Tonight, following the evening service at 7.15pm, Amen, examines the relationship between the Vatican and Nazi Germany in WW2. Followed by discussion, wine and nibbles. All are welcome.
Next Saturday 1 February at 9am in the Café to explore Growing in Faith. An opportunity to openly discuss ways in which we can ALL help in nurturing the life of our children within the body of Christ. All ages welcome.
Next Sunday: Candlemas
A celebration of Christ’s Presentation in the Temple. We invite all those baptised at All Saints to join us for a special service, which will include a candlelit procession to the font.
Robes Project debrief
Thank you to all who have contributed in any way to the overnight shelter again this year. We will have a debrief during coffee time and you are very welcome to join us if you would like to know more about what we do.
Giving to the Foodbank
The Foodbank is not accepting donations for the present time as they are still trying to process donations from Christmas. Help is desperately needed to do this at St Margaret's in Streatham (Barcome Avenue - lots of free parking close to the church): Tuesday to Friday 10am to 1pm & Saturdays 9am to 11am. If you can only go for an hour or so that would be so much appreciated.
In order to keep everyone safe in church, please would parents ensure that they know where their children are at all times. Please note that children should not go downstairs without an adult. Parish Safeguarding Team: Isobel Clarke, Moira Roberts, Jenny Pick and Edwina Nummey (details in the Welcome Hall).
The Junior Choir Annual Concert
Sunday 9 February after the morning service in the Café area.