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Sunday 25th February 2018 11:00
Sung Eucharist for The Second Sunday of Lent
Celebrant: Rev'd Nathanial
Preacher: Licensed Reader Jack Noonan

Tuesday 27th February 2018 18:00 -20:00
Bible Study in the hall on first floor of Klimentska 18

Sunday 4th March 2018 11:00
Sung Eucharist for The Third Sunday of Lent
Celebrant and Preacher: Rev'd Nathanial

Sunday 4th March 2018 17:00 in Brno
Holy Communion with Hymns for The Third Sunday of Lent
Celebrant and Preacher: Rev'd Nathanial

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1st November 2013


Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

Happy All Saints Day! Unfortunately, here in the Czech Republic, today is not a public holiday , unlike in every surrounding country – Poland, Slovakia, Austria & the German Bundesländ of Freistaat Bayernwhere it is! However, we will commence our worship this coming Sunday, by singing that great hymn, ‘For all the saints’, just to ensure this Christian festival doesn’t go completely unnoticed. Therefore…..

Sunday 3rd November at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Fourth Sunday before Advent

Our Bible Readings are Isaiah 1. 10-18 which includes the memorable declaration that, ‘though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be like snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.’ 2 Thessalonians 1. 1-12 – the first of three readings from this short letter of St. Paul, which we will hear over the next three Sundays. And Luke 19. 1-10, the familiar story, peculiar to the Gospel of Luke, about the Chief Tax Collector in Jericho, Zacchaeus. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and as the weather is beginning to get somewhat colder, we will move to having Coffee Hour in the hall on the third floor of Klimentská 18 following worship.

Tuesday 5th November 18.30-20.00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18

Our Study & Fellowship Meetings continue looking at the Letter of James – next Tuesday, Chapter 2. The Letter of James has much to say to us about practical Christian living and will I’m sure, provoke some interesting discussions. We’ll finish our time together by saying Evening Prayer.


If you’ve missed Church in recent weeks, or if you want to listen again to a Sunday sermon, then all the sermons from recent Sundays are available to listen to on our Church website. Both Jack Noonan’s from Sunday 20th October & Saša Flek’s from last Sunday, are now uploaded and available. Just click here and then click on the one(s) you want to listen to.

Remembrance poppies

On this coming Sunday, and on Sunday 10th November, Remembrance poppies will be available at the back of Church, for a donation to the annual poppy appeal.

Intercontinental Church Society (ICS)

As many of you know, ICS have been wonderfully supportive of St. Clement’s since 2000, both financially and prayerfully. The brand new edition of the ICS News and Prayer Diary, was delivered to the Chaplaincy Flat a couple of hours ago. Copies will be available free-of-charge at the back of Church on Sunday.

And a reminder that we are collecting at the back of Church…….

Tinned food – any food, meat, fish, vegetables, so long as it in a tin – no packets or bottles please!

Warm winter clothing – in particular, hats, scarves, gloves, socks & underwear, for both men & women.

All the above are to support the work of the Salvation Army with the homeless in Prague.

Billa stickers

Do you have any Billa stickers you don’t want? Billa is currently giving out stickers with purchases which you can collect in order to get a cuddly toy. The idea is to collect as many as possible and then donate the cuddly toys to a Children’s charity. We are working jointly with the International Church of Prague to pool stickers and get as many cuddly toys as possible to donate to children in need for Christmas. If you would like to take part, simply bring your stickers to Church & place them in the collecting envelope on the notice board at the back of the Church.

Used postage stamps

All used stamps, (except British ones only bearing the Queen’s head), will help raise funds for the Intercontinental Church Society (ICS), who have been financially & prayerfully supporting St. Clement’s since 2000. Leave all stamps on the envelope & cut around the stamp(s) leaving about a 5mm border. Then place them in the collecting envelope which is also on the notice board at the back of Church.

Best wishes