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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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26th August 2011

Dear People & Friends of St. Clements,

Last week, in the opening remarks of my regular weekly message, I commented how that only in the few previous days, had we had anything that could be described as ‘normal Prague summer weather’ this year. Well, as all of you who are in Prague at present will know, that ‘normal Prague summer weather’ has continued this week with hot sticky days & nights interrupted by a thundery wet breakdown on Wednesday evening. As I write this message, the temperature is once more over 30 degrees but, according to the BBC weather forecast, it will rain tomorrow & be about 10 degrees cooler on Sunday. Much as I like the sun, I certainly will appreciate it becoming a little cooler.

Therefore a reminder about our worship this coming Sunday.

Sunday 28th August at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Tenth Sunday after Trinity

Our Bible readings will be Jeremiah 15. 15-21, Romans 12. 9-21, & Matthew 16. 21-28. The Romans passage contains more of St. Paul’s practical advice for Christian living whilst the reading from St. Matthew’s Gospel includes the challenging words of Jesus that anyone who wants to become his follower ‘must deny themselves, take up their cross and follow me’. The passages are well worth reading in advance of coming to worship. As is always our pattern in July & August, there will be cool refreshments served after the service in the back of the Church.

This will be our last Sunday in ‘summer mode’. On Sunday 4th September, Children’s Ministry/Sunday School will resume parallel to our Sung Eucharist and Coffee Hour will follow our worship.

Then in the following week….

Tuesday 6th September 6.30-8.00pm in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18

Welcome to Prague – What every English-speaking expat needs to know when living in the Czech Republic.

We resume our regular Tuesday evening get-togethers over light refreshments. The aim of this first evening is for ‘old hands’ and newcomers to talk together about the joys & pitfalls of living as English-speaking expats in Prague. For the ‘old hands’ to share their experiences of what to do or not to do & for newcomers to be able to ask questions. Many of the group who have met on Tuesday evenings previously, have often gone on to a bar-restaurant for a meal afterwards & I’m sure this tradition will continue allowing the conversation to also continue!

Thursday 8th September 7.00 – 9.00 in the large meeting room on the third floor of Klimentská 18

The Relevance of Faith in a Modern World – a course in seven sessions exploring the meaning of Christian Faith.

Full details of this course & particularly the first evening entitled, ‘Out of Date, Out of Touch & Out of Order’ can be found here in this link. The course is being led by David Hellam and as he said in Church last Sunday, he would like people to book in advance for the course so he knows how many people to cater for. It will be suitable both for someone enquiring about the Christian Faith and for existing believers looking for a refresher course.

Thank you! to everybody who has already taken note of the message from the Webmaster at the end of my message last week. In case you’ve forgotten or only just joined my circulation list, here it is again.

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Looking forward to seeing many of you on Sunday, particularly those of you who have been away over the summer.

Best wishes