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TODAY’S READINGS & SERVICES, Trinity 13:
Ezekiel 33. 7-11, Romans 13.8-end, Matthew 18.15-20
9am Holy Communion BCP Shrewton
10.30am Harvest Festival Chitterne
6pm Choral Evensong Tilshead
READINGS & SERVICES FOR 17th SEPTEMBER, Trinity 14:
Genesis 50.15-21, Romans 14.1-12, Matthew 18.21-35
9am Morning Prayer Orcheston
10.30am Harvest Communion Shrewton
6pm BCP Holy Communion Tilshead
The following services take place during the week. Do join us if you can:
Tues 10am Holy Communion Shrewton
Wed 10am Morning Prayer Shrewton
Wed 4.30pm Compline Chitterne
FOR OUR PRAYERS
Please remember the following people in your prayers… Antonia, Angie, Betty, Bryan, Carol, Caroline, Christopher, Daisy, Emily, Jerry, Jim, June, Karen, Marion, Maureen, Michael, Oscar, Pam, Paul, Peggy, Robert, Robert, Sarah, Simon; all who are grieving at this time, especially Angela and her family following the loss of her husband.
THE COLLECT FOR TODAY
who called your Church to bear witness
that you were in Christ
reconciling the world to yourself:
help us to proclaim the good news of your love,
that all who hear it may be drawn to you;
through him who was lifted up on the cross,
and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever. Amen.
100th Anniversary, 11am 10th September
Today we will be remembering Private Edward Rose of the Coldstream Guards at this short service in Rollestone Church. All welcome.
Choral Evensong, tonight, 6pm
This is the last of three services of Choral Evensong which have been hosted by Tilshead Church this year. We look forward to welcoming you to this quintessentially Anglican village service this evening when our own Benefice choir will be singing.
Orcheston Harvest Festival, 24th September
Harvest service will be at 10.30am, followed by lunch in Orcheston Village Hall (12.30pm). Cost: £7 adults £4 children Please bring a salad, a pudding or a bottle of wine. Spaces are limited – please book with Sally Shepherd 01980 620254
It is with great sadness that we bid farewell this coming week to Paul Taylor, from Orcheston. Paul is returning to live in London after several years in the heart of our community. During his time with us he has served as a Deanery Synod representative, a churchwarden, and treasurer. He has also been a great encourager, especially to the ministry team, and has nudged the whole community over various issues of social justice. Paul has raised funds for the parish and for charity by his pilgrimages, has slept out in the cold to raise funds and awareness relating to homelessness, and has taken on several individual pastoral situations with sensitivity and care. We wish him every happiness in this new chapter of his life, and our prayers go with him.