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Sunday 4th June 2017 11:00
Sung Eucharist for the Pentecost with parallel Children's Ministry and followed by Coffee Hour.
Celebrant & Preacher: Rev'd Nathanial

Sunday 11th June 2017 11:00
Sung Eucharist for the Trinity Sunday with parallel Children's Ministry and followed by Coffee Hour.
Celebrant & Preacher: Rev'd Nathanial

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11th May 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

Many thanks to all who are upholding us in your prayers and helping us in every aspect of the Interregnum phase post Rev’d Ricky Yates’ retirement.
For those of you who don’t know me, our Licensed Reader Jack Noonan has kindly introduced me thus:-

 

Rev’d Nathanial came to worship with us in St Clement’s some 16 months ago.
He is Indian and an ordained priest in the Church of North India, since 2012. This church is in full communion with the Anglican and Episcopalian churches and so Nathanial was soon licensed to celebrate the service of Holy Communion with us.

He and Aditi, his wife, came to Prague so Aditi could read for her PhD in Charles University.  Four months ago twins were born to them, Andriel, a boy and Naysa, a girl.
With Ricky’s retirement the church council arranged that Nathanial would be our interim chaplain during the interregnum. We all delight in the goodness and perfect timing of the Holy Spirit.


I hope we continue to grow spiritually and as a ‘family’ to glorify our Lord during this tenure. Please be assured of my prayers for each one of you and feel free to contact me for discussing anything of pastoral concern. At the same time, pray for YOUR INTERIM CHAPLAIN who needs more strength and wisdom to serve the Almighty.

Now coming to this Sunday,

Please join us for..

Sunday 14th May at 11:00 – Sung Eucharist for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

We will be reflecting upon Jesus’ farewell discourse in which He attempts to reassure his disciples and comfort them as given in John 14:1-14. We shall also look at faithful witness -Stephen – the first martyr of Christianity which we find in Acts 7:55-60 and lastly 1 Peter 2: 2-10 which gives us perpetual hope and tells us about eternal glory.

There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and, following worship, Coffee Hour in the hall on the third floor of Klimentská 18.

Rev’d Ricky Yates has kindly offered to help me send out the Weekly Message this week but next week, the Chaplaincy Flat will be vacant for some minor repairs etc. and it may not be possible to access the chaplaincy laptop and the email. So,

Sunday 21st May at 11:00 – Sung Eucharist for the Sixth Sunday of Easter

We will be looking at Psalm 66:7-18 in which the psalmist writes ‘He (God) has preserved our lives’ , Acts 17:22-31 related to Paul’s second missionary journey in which he talks about Jesus Christ as the judge and the resurrection of the believers like resurrected Jesus. And finally at the Gospel passage from John 14:15-21 in which Jesus indicates clearly that believers will have everlasting life.

There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and, following worship, Coffee Hour in the hall on the third floor of Klimentská 18.

A few more things..

Last sermons:
You can listen to Rev’d Ricky Yates’ sermon from 30th April by following this link:

And to Jack Noonan’s sermon from last Sunday by clicking on the following link:


Contact
Until we move to the Chaplaincy Flat, later this month, you can contact me either by writing to my personal email address nathanialbm(at)gmail(dot)com or via the Chaplaincy mobile +420 737 039 082.

Yours in His service

Nathanial