Pew News Eleventh after Trinity Sunday 12th August 2018

Trinity 11  - Sunday 12th August 2018
Welcome to
St.  Mary  Magdalene,  Bolney
Please stay for refreshments afterwards.

8:00Holy Communion  BCPThis Week's Service will be held at Bolney
9.30amSung EucharistP: 000    We come as guests invited (t. Ellacombe)
G: 277   Here is bread
O: 408   Lord enthroned in heavenly splendour
R: 630   Tell his praise in song and story

Communion Music
610    Soul of my Saviour
387    Let us break bread together

          1 Kings 19: 4-8;              Psalm 34: 1-8;
Ephesians 4: 25 - 5: 2
John 6: 35, 41-51

Young Pilgrims will take a break until the fourth Sunday in September (23rd).

Refrain for the Psalm'O taste and see that the Lord is gracious'

Intercessions - Please continue to pray for those who are sick and in need within our families and community especially - Margaret Akeroyd, Hannah Buhler, Veronica Burgess, Maddie, Gay Courtnage, Bob Ellis, Jessie Foote, Richard Ford, Joy Futcher, Joy Moon, John Higinbotham, Bobbie, Louise Carter, Jackie Clare Hunt, Cyril and Nellie Lucas, Douglas and Eleanor Littlejohn, William and Ann Mill, Doug Mills, Geoff Mills, Jon Perrott, Barbara and David Robins, Henry Rogers, Helen, Janet Samson, Dorothy Sheridan, Josh Strachan, Gina Ricci, Mike Vidler and Brenda Watts.

Years Mind -  George Rand, Dythe Thurston, Eric Packham, Pam Hoad  and Keith McRae (Priest)

The Week Ahead  -  What's New  -  Coming Soon

Services in the coming week
Said Eucharist at Cowfold on Wednesday at 10am
Said Eucharist at Bolney on Thursday at 9.30am

12th after Trinity - Sunday 19th August
8am Holy Communion at Cowfold
10am Breathing Space at Bolney
Proverbs 9: 1-6
Psalm 34: 9-14
Ephesians 5: 15-20
John 6: 51-58

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 Dates for your Diary

Tea at Agates - Saturday 18th August 3pm - 5pm by kind invitation from Judy
Offers of help to sell cakes, raffle tickets, serve teas and wash up will be much appreciated.
Homemade cakes and raffle prizes would be very welcome.

Will she get the coveted yellow jersey this year?
I, Marigold, am on the prowl with a yellow sponsor form for the Ride + Stride charity Bike Ride on Saturday 8th September, raising money for ancient and crumbling Sussex churches including our own. Please stop me and add your name generously to the list! The Sussex Historic Churches Trust organises this event and half the money raised goes to our church and half to the Trust. At present I am the only rider but if anyone would like to join me on this daring adventure you would be most welcome.  It’s always a great day out, especially if the weather is kind, and a challenge to see how many signed-up churches can be visited.

 Can You Help ?
Please help by being vigilant
Some churches in the Diocese have experienced recent break-ins. If you see anything untoward in or around church,
please report it to the police and notify the churchwardens.

Family Support Work Basket
for donations of non-perishable groceries. Your contributions are gratefully received for distribution around the diocese for those less fortunate than ourselves. They are collected on a regular basis. Pasta, tinned goods, cereals and toiletries are very welcome.


Flowers in Memory of a Loved One
Would you like to remember a friend or relative in a special way on an important anniversary, a birthday or date of death?
Please ring Emily Hutchings 01444 881320 for more information.

Gift Aid
Enables us to claim back from HMRC, the tax paid on ALL of your donations. This gives, at no extra cost to yourself, an additional 25p for every £1 donated and provides an invaluable source of income for our Parish Church. If you are a UK taxpayer paying income tax and/or Capital Gains Tax, please complete a Gift Aid Declaration, available from the Treasurer.
If you use a YELLOW Gift Aid envelope, PLEASE include your name, address and post code.

Parish Giving Scheme
This is another simple and valuable way to give regularly to church funds - please refer to our website for details.

Plastic milk bottle tops
Please continue to save your plastic milk bottle tops and drop them in the bin in church (washed!) They raise funds for the Chestnut Tree Children's Hospice resources. It is worth noting that these tops cannot be recycled in your wheelie bin.