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20th May 2011

Dear People & Friends of St. Clements,

There are quite a number of items on my list of things to include in this week’s ‘Weekly Message’ so let me start with this coming Sunday & then move forward from there.

Sunday 22nd May at 11am – Sung Eucharist for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

The Gospel Reading set for this Sunday is John 14. 1-14 where Jesus makes one of his great ‘I am’ sayings – ‘I am the Way, the Truth & the Life’. I shall also be focussing the reading found in 1 Peter 2. 2-10 where using a series of building metaphors, Jesus is variously described as ‘the living Stone’, a ‘precious Cornerstone’ & as ‘the capstone’.

We will be joined on Sunday by the American soprano Catherine Short de Arce who will sing part of Psalm 31 and a further item during the administration of communion. As well as being a concert soloist, Catherine also sings in choir of the Cathedral Church of St. John (Episcopal) in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A..

There will be Children’s Ministry led by David Hellam and Coffee Hour will follow the service in the hall on the third floor of Klimentská 18.

Tuesday 24th May from 12 Midday – ‘Open Minds’ at the home of H K

A light lunch and a discussion around a saying of Mahatma Gandhi about what he called the Seven Social Sins;

“Politics without Principle, Wealth without Work, Pleasure without Conscience, Knowledge without Character, Commerce without Morality, Science without Humanity, and Worship without Sacrifice”.

Tuesday 24th May between 6.30-8.00pm in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18

A number of people who have been coming regularly to our Tuesday evening meetings were unable to attend last Tuesday. Therefore this coming Tuesday, Sybille Yates is going to speak again on the theme of Pilgrimage. Sybille has made walking pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela, to Assisi and to Rome. She also spent nearly four years working as a Hospitalera on the Camino de Santiago, running pilgrim refuges and welcoming and offering spiritual care to pilgrims in conjunction with the Roman Catholic Church.

Sunday 29th May at 11am – Sung Eucharist for the Sixth Sunday of Easter

Our worship will be enhanced by a visiting choir, The Callington Singers from Cornwall, U.K. More information in next week’s ‘Weekly Message’.

Sermons on our Website www.anglican.cz

Since late last year, David Hellam has been experimenting with recording sermons via the St. Clement’s sound system. He has transferred quite a number of them onto CDs and then passed them to Sybille to upload to our website. This past week, Sybille has uploaded a whole series of sermons and between us, we have annotated them with the correct dates, the Bible Readings to which they refer, & sometimes provided a brief idea of the content. You can find them all here

The two most recent ones are my Easter Day sermon and the sermon preached by Rev’d Dr. Karen Moritz on Sunday 1st May. If you were away over Easter or treated the Sunday after Easter as ‘Low Sunday’ and didn’t get to Church, you might like to listen to what you missed!

From now on, we will try to regularly update this part of the website & I’ll let everyone know via this message when there is new material there. I’d also be interested in any feedback, particularly if you have any problems with trying to listen to any of the sermons. We had a problem with one not uploading properly which we think we have now resolved but very much want to know if anyone encounters any technical problems accessing this material.

My latest media appearance

I mentioned last week that I had been interviewed by Madeleine Holmes, a Reader in the Aquitaine Anglican Chaplaincy in France, for RADIO LIBERTE 96.1 MHz , Radio du Périgord Vert, Blanc et Sud Charente . A recording of that radio broadcast is now on the Aquitaine Chaplaincy website here

I think I’ve now covered all the things which were on my list to include in this ‘Weekly Message’.

Hezký víkend

Ricky