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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

Sunday 26th November 2017 11:00
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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17th November 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

Do join us for worship this Sunday..

Sunday 19th November at 11.00 -Sung Eucharist for the Second Sunday before Advent
The Gospel Reading, Matthew 25:14-30, recounts the commonly discussed- The Parable of the Talents. The supporting readings are Judges 4:1-7, where we find how the Prophetess Deborah used her talent for God, and 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 which is a part of Paul’s exhortation to the Thessalonians, to encourage and build each other. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and following worship, Coffee Hour in the hall on the third floor of Klimentska 18.

Sunday 26th November at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist celebrating Christ the King
Our former chaplain Rev’d Ricky Yates will be the celebrant and preacher. More details to follow.

Other important things…

My sermon from last Sunday is now available to listen to on the church website. If you have missed it or would like to listen to it again please follow the link. The sermon, based on The Parable of the Ten Bridesmaids, is about ‘Why’ and ‘What’ preparation is needed as we draw close to the Lord’s Second Coming.

Christian International School of Prague is sponsoring a Calm Parenting Event on December 6th for parents, professionals and those who work with children. For more information, visit http://CelebrateCalm.com/attend-live-events.

Celebratory Prayer for birthdays and wedding anniversaries or any other such occasion is now a part of our regular service. You are invited to send to me the details of your birthday or any special occasion for which you would like us to pray, by email to me.

Yours in His Service,
Nathanial

12th November 2017 – Third Sunday Before Advent: Remembrance Service – Rev’d Nathanial BM

Sermon (Click Link to Listen)

Readings: Amos 5. 18 – 24 ; 1 Thessalonians 4. 13 – 18 ; Matthew 25. 1 – 13

10th November 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

Do join us for worship this Sunday..

Sunday 12th November at 11.00 – Third Sunday before Advent

The Gospel Reading is Matthew 25:1-13 whilst the supporting readings are Amos 5:18-24 and 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and following worship, Cool Drinks and Refreshments at the back of the church because our host congregation will use the hall on third floor of Klimentska 18 during the same time.

With tomorrow being Armistice Day, the ninety-ninth anniversary of the end of the First World War & kept as Veteran’s Day in the USA, Sunday is Remembrance Sunday in the UK. Our intercessions will reflect this, being led by our Churchwarden Stephen Weeks. Thanks to Diane Tvaroha and Luca, Remembrance poppies will also once again be available at the back of Church, in return for a donation to the poppy appeal.

Tuesday 14th November – 18.00 to 20.00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentska 18
Join for an evening of discussion and discovery led by David Hellam on How does it end? What do eschatology and ecclesiology have in common? This will be the last Tuesday we will be looking at how we can develop a Biblical perspective on what it means to be a church in the 21st century. As previously mentioned, if the outside door of is locked, please press the bell marked Kancelář and you will be buzzed in.

Other important things…

Jack’s sermon from last Sunday is now available to listen to on the church website. If you have missed it or would like to listen to it again please follow the link. Jack, in his sermon, talks about six words to remember and in faith activate – Security, Authority, Intimacy, Assurance, Inheritance and Family Resemblances.

Christian International School of Prague is sponsoring a Calm Parenting Event on December 6th for parents, professionals and those who work with children. For more information, visit http://CelebrateCalm.com/attend-live-events.

Celebratory Prayer for birthdays and wedding anniversaries or any other such occasion is now a part of our regular service. You are invited to send to me the details of your birthday or any special occasion for which you would like us to pray, by email to me.

Yours in His Service,
Nathanial

5th November 2017 – All Saints: Fourth Sunday Before Advent – Jack Noonan

Sermon (Click Link to Listen)

Readings: Revelation 7. 9 – 17 ; 1 John 3. 1 – 3 ; Matthew 5. 1 – 12

29th October 2017 – Final Sunday After Trinity: International Service – Rev’d Nathanial BM

Sermon (Click Link to Listen)

Readings: Nehemiah 9. 5b – 8 ; Galatians 3. 26-29 ; Matthew 24. 30 – 35

27th October 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

Join us for worship this Sunday..

Sunday 29th October at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for International Sunday
I invite you to come to the church wearing something Traditional. The Gospel Reading is Matthew 24:30-35 where Jesus tells us about His second coming and He will send out His angels to gather his elect from the four winds, whilst the supporting readings are Nehemiah 9:5b-8 where Ezra says that God is the Lord of all creation and Galatians 3:26-29 where Paul writes that in Jesus Christ we are all children of God through faith. During the service, we will have a special Czech hymn and will say Lord’s prayer in our mother tongue as we will celebrate our Christian Unity in Diversity.

Followed by Bring n Share- International Lunch in the hall on the third floor of Klimentska 18. Make your favourite cuisine and bring enough for your family + 1 extra. This is an opportunity to invite your friends who do not normally come to church. Make sure you offer to come with someone.

Tuesday 31st October – 18.00 to 20:00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentska 18
Join for an evening of discussion and discovery led by David Hellam on Happy Families? What message does a divided church give to the world. This will be the fifth of the seven Tuesdays we will be looking at how we can develop a Biblical perspective on what it means to be a church in the 21st century. As previously mentioned, if the outside door of Klimentska 18 is locked, please press the bell marked Kancelář and you will be buzzed in.

Other important things…

My sermon from last Sunday is now available to listen to on the church website. If you have missed it or would like to listen to it again please click on the link. The sermon is about Moses’ petition to God to go with the Israelites; for it is only because of His presence that the Israelites shall be distinct from every people on the face of the Earth. It focuses on how Holy God and sinful man cannot unite except through Jesus.

Remembrance Poppies: Thanks to Diane Tvaroha and Luca, these will be available at the back of the Church this coming Sunday and the following Sunday, in return for a donation to the poppy appeal.

Celebratory Prayer for birthdays and wedding anniversaries or any other such occasion is now a part of our regular service. You are invited to send to me the details of your birthday or any special occasion for which you would like us to pray, by email.

Yours in His Service,
Nathanial

22nd October 2017 – Nineteenth Sunday After Trinity – Rev’d Nathanial BM

Sermon (Click Link to Listen)

Readings: Exodus 33. 12 – 23 ; 1 Thessalonians 1. 1 – 10 ; Matthew 22. 15 – 22

20th October 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

Join us for worship this Sunday..

Sunday 22nd October at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Ninteenth Sunday after Trinity
The Gospel reading is Matthew 22:15-22 whilst the supporting readings are Exodus 33:12-23 and 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry and following worship, Coffee Hour in the hall on the third floor of Klimentska 18.


Tuesday 24th October – 18.00 to 20:00 in the small meeting room on the first floor of Klimentska 18

Join for an evening of discussion and discovery led by David Hellam on Water and Wine – What part do sacraments play in a modern church?. This will be the fourth of the seven Tuesdays we will be looking at how we can develop a Biblical perspective on what it means to be a church in the 21st century. As previously mentioned, if the outside door of Klimentska 18 is locked, please press the bell marked Kancelář and you will be buzzed in.

Other important things…

Jack Noonan’s sermon from last Sunday is now available to listen to on the church website. If you have missed it or would like to listen to it again please follow the link. The sermon is about our responsibility to be prayer warriors to stand and pray in the gap until His Kingdom becomes a tangible reality..in us and about us.

First International Sunday – October 29th. Make a note now not to miss our first International Sunday, a day to celebrate our Christian Unity in Diversity, followed by Bring n Share- International Lunch. Make your favourite cuisine and bring enough for your family + 1 extra. This is an opportunity to invite your friends who do not normally come to church. Make sure you offer to come with someone.

Celebratory Prayer for birthdays and wedding anniversaries or any other such occasion is now a part of our regular service. You are invited to send to me the details of your birthday or any special occasion for which you would like us to pray, by email to this address.

Yours in His Service,
Nathanial

15th October 2017 – Eighteenth Sunday After Trinity – Jack Noonan

Sermon (Click Link to Listen)

Readings: Exodus 32. 1 – 14 ; Philippians 4. 1 – 9 ; Matthew 22. 1 – 14

13th October 2017

Dear Worshippers, Friends and Patrons of St. Clement’s,

I want to start this week’s Weekly Message by saying a ‘Thank you!’ to everyone who stood besides us in the difficult time. Your prayers, messages, care and concern in everyway has made us feel, yet again, how blessed we are to be a part of St. Clement’s church family. I extend my gratitude to the Churchwardens and Church Council for their support, David Hellam for the service last Sunday and to all who helped Aditi and the babies while I was away, especially Gismunde. I am back now and available for anything of pastoral concern.

Now coming to this Sunday..

Sunday 15th October at 11.00 – Sung Eucharist for the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity

The Gospel reading is Matthew 22:1-14 whilst the supporting readings are Exodus 32:1-14 and Philippians 4:1-9. Our preacher will be Licensed Reader Jack Noonan. There will be parallel Children’s Ministry.

Following worship, Cool Drinks and Refreshments will be served. The hall on the third floor of Klimentska 18 will not be available for coffee hour this Sunday because our host congregation will having the ‘Welcome’ of their new pastor Rev’d David Balcar there.

Other important things…

David Hellam’s sermon from last Sunday is now available to listen to on the church website. If you have missed it or would like to listen to it again please click on the link.

David and the church council would like to give a sincere ‘Thanks’ to everyone who contributed to making last Sunday’s Bring and Share Lunch such a success following the Harvest Service. We look forward to another shared lunch on 29th October with an international flavour!

The next installment in our Bible Study series ‘What on Earth is the Church For? will not take place next week. The series will recommence on Tuesday 24th October with Session 4: ‘Water and Wine’ where we will be looking at the role of sacraments in the life of the church.

First International Sunday – October 29th. Make a note now not to miss our first International Sunday followed by International Lunch. More details later.

As a part of the Environment Project, Angela organized Bear Walk to Beroun last Saturday in which a good number of people participated. If you would like to know their experience or are interested in discussing more about this project, please get in touch with her.

Celebratory Prayer for birthdays and wedding anniversaries or any other such occasion is now a part of our regular service. You are invited to send to me the details of your birthday or any special occasion for which you would like us to pray, by email to this address.

Yours in His Service,
Nathanial