Weekly Bulletin

Sunday 24th September 2017

The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity


9.15 a.m.   Angelus & Prayers


10.00 a.m.   Parish Mass & Sunday School


At 9.55 a prayer will be said, the calling bell rung, we then pray silently in preparation for Mass.    If you are looking for something to use, the Psalm of the Day is 145:1-8.


Children aged three and over may gather by the font during the Introit hymn to go to Sunday School.   They will return in time to receive their blessing at the Altar rail.



God, who in generous mercy sent the Holy Spirit upon your Church in the burning fire of your love:  grant that your people may be fervent in the fellowship of the gospel that, always abiding in you, they may be found steadfast in faith and active in service; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.   Amen.



Jonah 3:10 – 4:11


Response to Psalm:

I will bless your name for ever, O God my King


Gospel Reading:

St Matthew 20:1-16


Communion Meditation:

Nothing can trouble (hymn 347)


Post Communion Prayer:  Keep, O Lord, your Church, with your perpetual mercy; and, because without you our human frailty cannot but fall, keep us ever by your help from all things hurtful, and lead us to all things profitable to our salvation; through Jesus Christ our Lord.   Amen.



Please join us for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat at the back of Church after Mass.


4.00 p.m.   Café Church

at Dene Holm Church

Everyone is welcome to attend

this informal and relaxed celebration of Harvest


6.30 p.m.   Evening service

      at St Botolph’s


The Sick or in need of Prayer: Thomas Cregan, Debbie Rose, Jan Hollands, Roger Fream, Felicity Blackburn, Joan Greenwell, Tony Chandler, Charlie Phaure, Hopelyn Goodwin, Lynne Whittaker, Valerie Rose, Robert Hollands, Derek and Margaret Williams, Sarah Cable, Ann Stringer, Clare Trim, Charlie Driver, Gillian Hodge, Stephanie Stapley, Jeanette Craig, Teresa Wells, Ashley Bradford, Sally Lawlor, Felicia Mbuko, Eileen Newman, Nicola Cooter, Daniel, David and Esther, Fr Kevin, Jen and family.


Thanksgiving for the Departed: for all the recently departed and Robin Shergold and Malcolm Howsam whose anniversaries occur at this time.   May they Rest in Peace.



You can’t fail to have noticed the lighting improvements throughout the Church.   There is still some more work to be done this week.   The lighting engineer advised that we need this level of lighting for reading books, it may seem bright, but we will soon get used to it.


We took 14 bags of food to food bank, from last week’s Harvest. Thank you.


The next Community Cafe will be on Wednesday 27th September 2.00 – 4.00 p.m. at Dene Holm Church. Do come, and bring a friend or two.

Children's Training Day

The Family Trust are running a free training day on Saturday 7th October 10.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. in Rochester. If you would like to attend, please let Sister Gill know.   Transport can be provided.

Do you have the confidence to invite just one friend to come with you to hear J.John speak just one message during just one afternoon at Priestfield stadium, Gillingham? No, then get yourself to KICC on Saturday 7th October at 10:30am to hear J.John talk and discover how you can grow in confidence in talking about your faith.   More information and to book your place (if you are organised to do that) at justonepriestfield.com KICC is at Buckmore Park, Chatham.   The Priestfield event is on June 9th 2018 - put in your calendar now!


D A T E S   F O R   Y O U R   D I A R Y

Saturday 14th October.  

Pilgrimage to Chichester

to see Our Lady of Walsingham

Please call Deborah on 07885 966 260.

if you would like to go


Saturday 21st October   7.00 p.m.

Fish & Chip Supper and Quiz

Please fill in the list at the back.


Sunday 22nd October   3.00 p.m.

Inaugural Annual Service of Thanksgiving

for Black History Month


Saturday 28th October   11.00 a.m.

Children’s Harvest crafts

Children must be accompanied by an adult.  

Please let June know if you can help


Saturday 25th November   11.00 a.m.

Christmas Fayre

We need new items to sell,

if you need further advice please speak to one of the events team.


                Saturday 3rd March 2018   3.00 p.m.                                     Confirmation by Bishop James

Please speak to Fr Lawrence

if you are interested in being Confirmed.



For Pastoral matters please contact Fr Lawrence, for other matters please speak to the Churchwardens.


If you notice someone is missing or know that someone is unwell or needs a home visit, please let Fr Lawrence, the Churchwardens or June know.


Today is also the Lesser Festival of

Our Lady of Walsingham

Most holy Virgin, I kneel  in spirit before your Shrine at Walsingham, that sanctuary blessed by your visits, favours and many miracles.   I unite myself with all those who ever sought you, and seek you now, in that holy place.   Especially I unite my intentions with those of the Priests who offer the holy sacrifice there.   I offer you my life and devotions, asking you to remember that I am numbered among the pilgrims who have sought your intercession in the Sanctuary of your choice.   I renew my promises and intentions made when I last made my pilgrimage.   Dear Mother, Our Lady of Walsingham, remember me.  Amen.  


This week at All Saints


The Twenty-fifth Week of Ordinary time



8.00 a.m.   Morning Prayer (at St Botolph’s)

1.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m.   Church open

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer



8.00 a.m.   Morning Prayer (at St Botolph’s)

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer



8.00 a.m.   Morning Prayer (at St Botolph’s)

9.30 a.m.   Mass

10.30 a.m.   Little Lambs

2.00 p.m.   Community Café at Dene Holm Church

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer

8.00 p.m.   Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary

(St Cyprian Chapter) Patronal Mass



8.00 a.m.   Morning Prayer (at St Botolph’s)

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer



8.00 a.m.   Morning Prayer (at St Botolph’s)

9.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.  Church open

10.30 a.m.   Book of Common Prayer Mass

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer

7.00 p.m.   Choir practice



10.00 a.m.   MacMillan Coffee morning


The Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity

9.15 a.m.   Angelus and Prayers

10.00 a.m.   Parish Mass and Sunday School



Next week’s Bulletin

Any items for next week’s Bulletin should be with Martin

by Wednesday evening please.

E-mail:  bulletin@allsaintsperrystreet.org.uk



Contact details for the Church


Priest - in - Charge

Fr Lawrence Smith     566400   



Assistant Priest

Fr Michael Payne     535814



Family and Children’s Missioner 

Sister Gill Martin (Church Army)   07783 493964




Martin Hill



Robert Hollands




June Skinner



Hilary Turton