Weekly Bulletin

Sunday 16th September 2018

The Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity


9.15 a.m.   Angelus & Prayers


10.00 a.m.  Family Mass  


At 9.55 a prayer will be said, the calling bell rung, we then pray silently in preparation for Mass.


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


6.30 p.m.   BCP Eucharist at St Botolph’s 


We will be running C0 Safeguarding Basic Awareness and C1 Safeguarding Foundation training on Saturday 29th September and again on Wednesday 10th October.   It has been mandated that all PCC members have to complete C0 by the end of December.   It is recommended for Sidesmen and all who work with people in Church to complete this.


If you wish to have some special flowers in Church for a celebration or remembrance just let Sylvia know.


This year we would like to do something special to decorate the Church for the 100th Anniversary of WW1.   If you could knit some poppies that would be great.   Pattern at back of Church.   If you would like to decorate a window in memory of anyone just let Sylvia know.   We would like to have a green wreath which people could dedicate a poppy to someone on, we would have this in Church and then lay it at the Memorial outside at our service. Les has produced a memorial book where the names on the memorials are no longer just names but people, so if you have any photos you could loan us etc to make this a special weekend we would be grateful


If you have any large cereal packets (12” x 18” +) we could use to cut out shields for children’s activities, please pass to June Skinner by Sunday 14th October.



The Sick or in need of Prayer: Charlie Phaure, Valerie Rose, Eric White and June Bruce.


Thanksgiving for the Departed: for Kirsty, Kevin Browne and all the recently departed, Albert Russell and Gladys Fowler whose anniversaries occur at this time.   We give thanks for Arthur Hermitage, Henrey Whyman and Walter Hills who Gave Their Lives for Their Country one hundred years ago.   May they Rest in Peace.


Name missing from the sick?   After Mass last Sunday the names of the sick will be removed from the prayer list unless you had requested to Martin Hill that they remain.


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 Skinner know.


Dates for your Diary


Wednesday 26th September

8.00 p.m.   Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary

St Cyprian Chapter – Patronal Mass


Saturday 29th September

9.30 a.m.   Safeguarding Course


Sunday 7th October

4.00 p.m.  St Francis-tide Blessing of Pets service


Wednesday 10th October

1.00 p.m.   Safeguarding Course


Saturday 13th October

2.00 p.m.   Board games with afternoon tea


Saturday 20th October

7.30 p.m.   Curry and Quiz evening


Saturday 27th October

11.00 a.m.   Children’s All Saints activities


Saturday 3rd November

6.00 p.m.   Firework Party (for children)


Sunday 4th November

10.00a.m.   Patronal Festival Mass

followed by Cheese and Wine


Saturday 24th November

11.00 a.m.   Christmas Fayre



This week at All Saints


The Twenty-third Week of Ordinary time


No Daily Offices or Weekday Masses in September



10.30 a.m.   Little Lambs



10.00 a.m.   MacMillan Coffee Morning  



7.00 p.m.   Choir practice



9.30 a.m.   Church decoration for Harvest

6.00 p.m.   Evening Prayer for Harvest Thanksgiving

7.00 p.m.   Harvest “Bring and Share” Supper


Sunday – Harvest Thanksgiving

9.15 a.m.   Angelus and Prayers

10.00 a.m.   Parish Mass



Contact details for the Church


Priest - in - Charge

Fr Lawrence Smith     566400   



Family and Children’s Missioner

Sister Gill Martin (Church Army) 

07783 493964     sistergill@gmail.com




June Skinner    

Hilary Turton     




Martin Hill     


Bulletin by Wednesday evening please



Parish Office



Hall bookings

Les Munns