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10th January 2014


Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

First of all, it was good to welcome many of the regular congregation ‘back to Prague’ last Sunday morning when we worshipped together for the first time in 2014 & celebrated the Feast of the Epiphany, the visit of the Wise Men to the infant Jesus. If you were not able to be with us or would like to hear or read again the sermon by Jack Noonan, then both the text & a recording are now available on our Church website. Just click here .

Secondly, apologies for sending out two mailings this week but it was very important to get details of our forthcoming Burn’s Night Ceilidh on Friday 24th January out to everybody as soon as possible. Thank you to everybody who has already booked tickets with Gordon. If you haven’t yet done so, make sure you drop him an email gordontruefitt(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk , call/text 606 190 604, or speak with him in person this coming Sunday morning. Full details are now also on our Church website here

Sunday 12th January 2014 at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist celebrating the Baptism of Christ

On the first Sunday proper of the Epiphany season, we celebrate how Jesus was ‘made manifest’ at his baptism by John the Baptist. The word ‘Epiphany’ means ‘manifestation’ or ‘showing forth’. Our Gospel reading will be Matthew’s account of Jesus’ baptism as recorded in Matthew 3. 13-17. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and Coffee Hour following worship.

This Sunday will be a very busy one for me as, following Coffee Hour, your Church Council will be meeting. Then I will be off to Brno for our first service in there in 2014, starting at 18.00. Holy Communion with hymns in the Czechoslovak Hussite Church, Nové sady 32a, Brno.

Tuesday 14th January 18.30-20.00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18

As promised last week, our regular Tuesday evening Study & Fellowship Meetings resume this coming Tuesday. Between now and the beginning of Lent, I am taking up one of several suggestions made to me by one regular attendee. We are going to study the Letters of John from the New Testament. The first letter, 1 John, has five chapters whilst the second & third, 2 John & 3 John, are very short, each only consisting of one chapter. One chapter each week will therefore perfectly fit into the seven Tuesdays between 14th January and 25th February inclusive 🙂

As well as the regulars, it would be good to see some new faces on Tuesday evenings. You do not need to have great Biblical or Theological knowledge to attend – we all learn together! As previously, we will finish each session by saying Evening Prayer together. If the ground floor door of Klimentská 18 is locked, press the bell marked Kancelář & we’ll buzz you in!

A reminder that at the back of Church are…..

…..two wheelie bins – one for warm winter clothing for both men & women. And the second for tinned food. Both are to support the work of the Salvation Army with the homeless in Prague. The contents of both bins are going to be collected by František from the Salvation Army either next Thursday or Friday. Therefore any additional contributions brought this coming Sunday, will be put to almost immediate use!

…..a collecting envelope for used postage stamps, to help support the work of the Intercontinental Church Society (ICS), who have supported St. Clement’s, both prayerfully & financially, since 2000. Please leave the stamp(s) on the envelope & cut or tear off the corner of the envelope where the stamp is located, leaving about a 5mm border around the stamp(s). Then place them in the collecting envelope which is pinned to our noticeboard at the back of the Church. The only used stamps that are not required are British ones bearing only the Queen’s head as these are worth little because they are so common.

That’s enough for this week!

Best wishes