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12th April 2013

 
 

Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

I’m writing to you for the first time since our Easter Day worship in both Prague & Brno and our service last Sunday morning on what is proverbiablly known as ‘Low Sunday’ – but certainly wasn’t, not least due to the wonderful musical contribution to our worship by the visiting Oriel Singers. Thanks to the technical expertise of David Hellam & Sybille, if you go here, you can listen either to the whole of last Sunday’s service or just to my sermon.

And my Easter Day sermon can be listened to by following this link

So much for the past – now a look ahead to the coming weeks.

Sunday 14th April at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Third Sunday of Easter

During the service, Gordon Truefitt will be making his third & final presentation about Giving, following on from the four weekly inserts entitled Counting our Blessings which have been inserted in the Weekly Bulletin over recent Sundays, and circulated electronically to all members of the Church Electoral Roll. We will also have yet another choir 🙂 , this time from a Lutheran Church in Sweden. But they will not be singing a setting of the Eucharist, but instead just supporting our congregational singing & also singing an anthem during the administration of communion. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry & the service will be followed by Coffee Hour in the hall in Klimentská 18.

Sunday 14th April at 18.00 – Holy Communion with hymns in Brno

At our usual venue, the Czechoslovak Hussite Church, Nové sady 32a, Brno. Please tell any friends or relatives you have in the South Moravia area.

Tuesday 16th April 18.30-20.00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18.

Our Tuesday evening study & fellowship sessions resume following the Easter break. I asked for suggestions from regular attendees, as to a topic(s) for study & so far have had three replies. I’m going to run with one of them, whilst not ignoring the other two, but saving them for a later date. Bearing in mind that we are in the fifty days of the Easter season, we will be looking at the significance of the death & resurrection of Jesus, initially in our first session, as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles. In future sessions, we’ll look at the teaching of St. Paul on the same subject and, nearer to Pentecost, what Acts, the Gospel of John & St. Paul, have to say about the gift of the Holy Spirit. As during Lent, we will end by saying Evening Prayer together.

Looking further ahead – some dates for your diary

Sunday 21st April following our Sung Eucharist – the Annual Church Meeting takes place

All 61 of you who are on the new Church Electoral Roll, are actively encouraged to attend! In the meantime, nominations for election to the Church Council are open until the beginning of worship on Sunday 21st. Please think who might be suitable or whether you might be willing to serve & use the form on the noticeboard at the back of the Church. All nominations need to be in writing & require a proposer, seconder & the written consent of the candidate.

Sunday 28th April at 11.00 – Jack Noonan will be our preacher

Sunday 5th May at 11.00 – Joint bilingual Service with the Czech Old Catholic Church

The service will follow our Anglican liturgy but will be held in the Old Catholic Cathedral of St Laurence on Petřín Hill. More details nearer the time.

And in the week between these two Sundays, from Monday 29th April – Friday 3rd May, I will be in Switzerland, attending the ICS Chaplains Conference.

Finally for this week……..

Don’t forget that we are still collecting tinned food to support the work of the Salvation Army with the homeless in Prague. Please bring your contributions to Church and place them in the large red wheelie bin!

Best wishes

Ricky