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Sunday 18th February 2018 11:00
Sung Eucharist for the The First Sunday of Lent
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Tuesday 20th February 2018 18:00 -20:00
Bible Study in the hall on first floor of Klimentska 18
Presenter: David Hellam

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Sung Eucharist for the The Second Sunday of Lent
Celebrant: Rev'd Nathanial
Preacher: Licensed Reader Jack Noonan

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5th October 2012


Dear People & Friends of St. Clement’s,

Eastern Archdeaconry Synod

Jack Noonan, Gordon Truefitt & I are all safely back from our attendance at the annual meeting of the Eastern Archdeaconry Synod in Attica, near Athens. As always, it was good to meet up with and share fellowship with clergy & laity from the various Anglican congregations scattered across our vast Archdeaconry. For those who don’t know, the Eastern Archdeaconry stretches from Poland, the Czech Republic & Austria eastwards, including all the former Soviet Union except the Baltic states, & including all of the former Yugoslavia, Greece & Turkey.

The Synod meeting is always an important reminder that we are not just an isolated Christian congregation but part of a worldwide Church. And whilst we may feel that we struggle somewhat in Prague, especially on the financial front, we have it far easier than many others in our Archdeaconry such as those who live and work in Putin’s Russia or are coping with economic difficulties such as those currently being experienced in Greece.

Jack Noonan licensed as a Reader

One of the highlights of this year’s Synod meeting was the licensing by Bishop Geoffrey of Jack Noonan as a Reader to serve in our Chaplaincy. This took place during a Eucharist on Saturday 29th September, celebrating the feast of St. Michael & All Angels. There is now a full report with pictures on our Church website here & also on the Diocesan website here . Just click the links to see & read the reports. Jack may not be able to be with us this coming Sunday as he’s gone down with a cold but he will be with us on Sunday 14th October and wishes to say a few words to the congregation about how he sees his future ministry with us in Prague & Brno.

Last Sunday at St. Clement’s

Whilst I was attending worship in St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Athens last Sunday morning, the celebrant and preacher at our Sung Eucharist in Prague was ThDr Petr Jan Vinš, a young priest from the Old Catholic Church in the Czech Republic. His sermon is now also on our website here. Again, just click the link to either listen or read his address.

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Harvest Festival this Sunday 7th October at 11.00

This Sunday, there will be Family Eucharist to celebrate Harvest Festival. I will be the celebrant with David Hellam preaching. David wishes to remind everybody that Harvest Festival at St. Clement’s will involve our children participating in a number of ways.

1) Don’t forget to bring more tinned food to support the work of the Salvation Army feeding the homeless here in the Czech Republic. During next week, we will be arranging for the wheelie bin of tinned food to be collected. Lets make it as full as possible!

2) Our children have been working on some artistic displays

3) The children will play an integral part in sharing the message of the Harvest Festival.

4) We will have a surprising difference for the intercessions, suggested and made by the children

5) After the service, the children will be selling home made cookies and cakes, with the proceeds going to the charity ‘Send a Cow’.

Tuesday 9th October 18.30-20.00 – Midweek Study & Fellowship

Our regular Midweek Study & Fellowship meetings continue in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentská 18. The last of four Tuesday evenings, of a series of Bible Studies looking at St. Paul’s Letter to the Philippians. This coming Tuesday we will be looking at chapter four. If at all possible, bring a Bible with you though I will also have printed copies of the text with me.

ICS News & Prayer Diary for October-December 2012

Some copies finally arrived from the UK this week & will be available to pick up on Sunday morning. Unfortunately, the Czech postal service seem to have mislaid the larger of the two packets containing them but more are being sent by ICS so we should have enough in due course for all who would like copies.

Harvest Hoedown

Our planned Harvest Hoedown will now be a week later than originally advertised. It will now be held on Saturday 20th October. Other details that were circulated last week remain the same so here is a reminder.

20th October HARVEST HOME HOEDOWN – 6.30 to 10.30pm

Kids games and treats – Full Fun Fayre Supper

Dancing to: ALASTAIR – 8 piece traditional Ceilidh Band

So lots of Stripping the Willow, Dashing White Sergeants, and Eightsome reeling with teaching/ calling for those of us unfamiliar with Celtic Country Dancing

At a very nice Venue we will advise you of very shortly, hopefully this coming Sunday

Price: 500Kc adults (children over 5 – half price/under 5`s – FREE

This will be a great night to invite all your friends and their families to so please fill-in the number you hope to have in your party and return by reply to gordontruefitt@yahoo.co.uk

Don`t worry; you will not be charged for any of your invited guests who cannot come.

Please let Gordon Truefitt know how many tickets you expect to need: Adults:_____Children over 5:______ gordontruefitt(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

Finally for this week…..

My thanks to Matthew Moistner who has agreed to take over responsibility for compiling the rota for Welcomers, Readers, Intercessors etc. Those of you who help in this way will be hearing from him shortly regarding your availability for November & December.

Best wishes