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15th June 2012


Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

This week’s ‘Weekly Message’ is again in three parts.

1. An reminder about our worship this coming Sunday & what you might want to bring with you.

2. More details about the following Sunday 24th June

3. An appeal for help.


1. An reminder about our worship this coming Sunday & what you might want to bring with you.

Sunday 17th June at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Second Sunday after Trinity.

Our Bible Readings for this coming Sunday are Ezekiel 17. 22-24, 2 Corinthians 5. 6-17 & Mark 4. 26-34. The theme running through the readings is the idea of new life coming from small beginnings. My suggestion as usual is to try and read the passages yourselves before coming to worship on Sunday morning. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and the service will be followed by Cool Refreshments served at the back of Church, this Sunday being organised by Tasci Gibson aided by Honza.

Please remember the wheelie Bin at the back of Church in which we are collecting tinned items of food to help the Salvation Army in feeding homeless men & women in Prague. Basically we need any food item in a tin but NOT sauces, pasta or other dried goods in packets or plastic bottles. In response to my appeal in last week’s ‘Weekly Message’, it was good last Sunday, to hear at least one ‘clump’ as more tins were deposited into the wheelie bin. Please may we have a few more ‘clumps’ this coming Sunday 🙂

And in a short while, once I’ve finished writing this message, I shall be going to collect our first batch of St. Clement’s Polo Shirts. On Sunday morning, they will be available for collection and payment in Church. If you ordered a shirt(s), please bring CZK 500 for each shirt ordered.

2. More details about the following Sunday, 24th June 2012

After worship next Sunday, before everyone disappears on holiday, we are going to have a Church Family Picnic in the park on Lannova which lies between St. Clement’s Church and the Vltava River. Please bring some picnic food that can be shared. Cool drinks will be provided and there will activities/entertainment for the children. David Hellam is coordinating the event & I’ll ask him to say a bit more this coming Sunday as part of the announcements. Whatever you do, don’t make any other lunchtime arrangements for Sunday 24th June!

3. An appeal for help.

Earlier this year, your Church Council decided that to both save money and to make good use of the talents within our congregation, in 2012 we would not seek to get locum cover for any of the Sundays when I am not here. Whilst I’m fully supportive of this decision, it does have a number of consequences and for one of which I’d like some help.

Sybille and I will be on holiday for two weeks following worship on Sunday 15th July. Because there will not be a locum priest living in the Chaplaincy Flat whilst we are away, we have no one to look after the third member of our family, Oscar the cat. Nor do we have anyone to regularly water our plants and balcony garden. Therefore, is there anyone within the congregation who would be willing to ‘flat & cat sit’ for us for those two weeks? Or is there someone who would be willing to have Oscar stay with them? It may be possible for us to ask a near neighbour just to do the plant watering.

If you can help or want to know more as to what might be involved, please get in touch.

Finally for this week……

A short while ago, Sybille updated our Church website to show the new members of your Church Council. You can now see all their smiling faces by visiting here

That’s enough for now – see you on Sunday at 11.00!