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Sunday 19th November 2017 11:00
Sung Eucharist for the Second Sunday before Advent with parallel Children's Ministry followed by Coffee Hour
Celebrant and Preacher: Rev'd Nathanial

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Sung Eucharist celebrating Christ the King with parallel Children's Ministry followed by Cool Drinks and Refreshments
Celebrant and Preacher: Rev'd Ricky Yates

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31st May 2013


Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

Thank you

A big ‘Thank you’, to everyone who came to worship on Trinity Sunday last Sunday & got there by 11.00! As a result, we started the service somewhere between 11.01 & 11.02 & gave good voice to the first hymn! Thank you too, for all those who brought food for our Bring-&-Share Lunch which was once again, a most enjoyable occasion.

Sunday 2nd June

is the First Sunday after Trinity and we shall now be counting Sundays after Trinity, all the way through to the end of October. We have this long period of what is known as ‘Ordinary Time’ in the Christian or Church Year, when green is the liturgical colour – hence some people refer to it as the ‘Green Season’. During this period, as well as Gospel Readings from Luke; this coming Sunday, Luke 7. 1-10, the lectionary also takes us on successive Sundays, through some of St. Paul’s letters. Between this coming Sunday and Sunday 7th July, we will work our way through Galatians with our first reading being Galatians 1. 1-12. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and the service will be followed by Cool Refreshments, served at the back of Church. My thanks to Darina for organising them this Sunday whilst Caroline is away.

Our website……

….. has been updated. If you click on this link, you will find details & photographs of your Church Council, updated to include the three new members elected at our Annual Church Meeting.

If you click on this link, you can listen to my Trinity Sunday sermon. My apologies that there are three Sunday sermons missing from the website as the previous one is that by Jack Noonan from Sunday 28th April. Unfortunately, we couldn’t record in the Old Catholic Cathedral on Sunday 5th May; on Sunday 12th May, David Hellam our technical guru, was ill; & on Pentecost Sunday 16th May, there was a technical hitch during the recording. David is trying to resuscitate my Pentecost sermon & if he is successful, we’ll get that uploaded to the website next week.

Tim Voase

In last week’s ‘Weekly Message’, I wrote that, ‘Some of you may know that Tim Voase, the Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy, is running from Prague to a Military base near Brno over this coming weekend. He is doing it to raise money for Help the Heroes and a Czech charity. He has a Facebook page – ‘Tim is running’, and a website .’

If you followed his progress via Facebook, as I know several of you did, you will know that he didn’t quite make it. But he still ran in excess of four marathons in two days and raised £1782 for the ‘Help for Heroes’ Charity & a similar amount for the ‘Ano Ano Czech Help Support Sports’ charity. Tim ended up in hospital due to exhaustion, but the good news is that he has now been released back to home into the care of his wife Nia. Nia asks me to thank you all for your prayers & support.

Looking forward to seeing many of you at worship at 11.00 on Sunday