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4th November 2010

Dear People of St. Clement’s,

I want to start this week’s Midweek Message with a big ‘Thank you!’ to everyone who made the additional effort and came to the Joint Eucharist with the Old Catholics in Sv Vavřinec Cathedral on Petřín Hill last Sunday morning. We were about 50% Old Catholics & 50% Anglicans and we had a wonderful service which several of you told me afterwards you had very much enjoyed. As several of you also commented, the Old Catholics went out of their way to make us all welcome & laid on a wonderful buffet afterwards. We must make sure that we are as equally welcoming when they come to us at St. Clements in about a year’s time!  

This coming Sunday 7th November at 11am – Sung Eucharist with Baptism for the Third Sunday before Advent

As part of our worship this coming Sunday, Aemilia Harriet Lopatkova Brown will be baptised and welcomed into the family of the Church. Aemilia is the daughter of Ryan & Maria Brown and the baby sister of Sebastian. There will be Sunday School which this week will be led by Lyle Frink.

We had originally planned to have a Shared Lunch following our worship on Sunday. Unfortunately, as occasionally happens, our host congregation, the Českobratrské Cíckve Evangelické / the Czech Evangelical Brethren, are themselves using the facilities in Klimentská 18 at lunchtime so instead we will be offering refreshments at the back of Church after the service.

Also on Sunday, there should be the opportunity for those who would like to buy a poppy & support the annual ‘Poppy Appeal’ in advance of Remembrance Sunday/Veterans Day.

When you arrive at Church on Sunday, you may be rather surprised to see the normal entrance boarded up! Don’t worry – the building hasn’t been shut down! Just go slightly to your left and enter the Church via the west doors. The south doors, the ones we usually use, have been taken away to be renovated and will return in a few weeks time. In case anyone is wondering about our brass plaque, it was taken off the doors before they were taken away and is currently here in the Chaplaincy Flat. It gives us the perfect opportunity to renovate it. We also hope to add the website address www.anglican.cz to the bottom of it. Of course, when the plaque was put up 20 years ago, the website didn’t exist!

Website & Forum

Further to what Sybille, our webmaster, wrote last week, thank you to all those who have registered to be able to log into the recently set up forum. If you haven’t yet done so, a reminder of what you need to do.   To sign up, go to http://anglican.cz/forum/index.php?action=register What happens next is that Sybille will have to activate your account (that is in order to prevent spammers from posting) and then you are good to post. If Sybille or I ‘know’ your email address, you will get access to the members only area. If you are using an email during registration that is unknown to us, please drop us a note, in order to achieve the same.   I will soon try and get a little bit of discussion going. However, there is nothing stopping any other registered member from doing the same in advance of me!

Watch this space…..

Whilst trying to compile this Midweek Message, I’ve been interupted by a long phone conversation with a BBC radio producer who I have once met previously, a few years ago, in a totally different context. He wants to record a service at St. Clement’s, celebrating Sv. Václav/Saint Wenceslas/Good King Wenceslas, to be broadcast ‘on the Feast of Stephen’ – Sunday 26th December for those who don’t know their saints days! We are in the early stages of planning but we are likely to be looking for a congregation to come and worship & be recorded on one evening early in December. More details when I have them but it will provide another wonderful opportunity to make the existence of St. Clement’s better known to a national British audience.   I look forward to seeing many of you at St. Clements on Sunday.

Best wishes  

Ricky