Pew Leaflet

                                                                                                                                                    

Priest in Charge:  Revd Veronica Brown: 07921 514906  (Day off Friday) 

13th October 2019
17th Sunday after Trinity
 Year C

THE READINGS
2 Kings 5.1-3, 6-15c                                         2 Kings 5.1-3, 6-15                                          Luke 17.11-19

A very warm welcome to any visitors worshipping with us.  At the Communion services those who are confirmed and those who normally receive Communion in their own church (whatever denomination) are invited to receive the bread and wine. All are welcome to come to the altar rail for a blessing.

Please pray for those who are sick and who ask for our prayers
Monica Brooks; Jackie Brown; Tina Buckett: Dave Bushell; Becky Cummings; Daisy; Gerry;
Pat Grist; Connie Hull; Brenda Hunt: Jan Jacobs; Paige Streeter; Sarah Townsend; Simon; William Warren;
Teddy Webb; Anne Winch; Valerie Worster. Mary Yates

RIP
Gordon Derek Gilbert Curnow
Kathleen Mary Plowright
Viv Rollingson
Gillian Curnow
Those named in our memorial books whom we commemorate this week
Ernie Attrill; John Baldry; Arthur William Hogg; James Stanley Martin;
David Brian & Joy Noreen McComb

       THE WEEK AHEAD

Monday 14th       8.00 am                     Morning Prayer (St Edmunds)
                           2.00 pm-4.00 pm      Visit to the National collection of Nerines at
                                                            Springbank Nurseries, Newchurch.  See below for
                                                            further details
                           6.30 pm-7.00 pm      ‘A time to pray’ wherever you are
                           7.30 pm                    Mini organ recital by Peter Gould, formerly organist of
                                                            Derby Cathedral (St Peter’s)
                           7.45 pm                    RSCM Isle of Wight Committee meets at St Peter’s
Tuesday 15th      8.00 am                      Morning Prayer (Holy Cross)
Wednesday 16th 8.00 am                      Morning Prayer (Holy Cross)
                           9.00 am                     Mini Worship (St Mark’s)
                           9.30 am                     Holy Communion (St Edmunds)
                           2.30 pm                    Praise Service at Solent Grange
                           7.30 pm                    Acts 2.42 (Holy Cross)
Thursday 17th     8.00 am                      Morning Prayer (St Peter’s)
                         10.00 am                     Coffee Morning at Havenstreet Community Centre
Friday 18th          8.00 am                     Morning Prayer (Holy Cross)
                           7.30 pm                    Holy Cross Social & Fund Raising Committee meets
                                                            at Kestrel Cottage
Saturday 19th      7.00 pm                     Supper and Talk on Memories of Havenstreet
                                                            by Joy Wickens.  See below for further details
Sunday 20th                                         18th Sunday after Trinity
                           8.00 am                     Holy Communion (Holy Cross)
                           9.30 am                     Parish Communion (Holy Cross)
                         10.00 am                     Peter’s Pop In (St Peter’s)
                           6.30 pm                    Trafalgar Service (Holy Cross)

A TIME TO PRAY: We are trying to cultivate the habit of prayer in our parishes to help each other and ask for God's blessing on the Island, to pray for Veronica in her leadership, to increase our love for the Lord and to grow our church numbers. Please pray for these things on a Monday during the half hour from 6.30pm to 7pm.
The Mission Prayer
God of Mission, who alone brings growth to your Church, send  your Holy Spirit to give vision to our planning, wisdom to our actions, and power to our witness.  Help our church to grow in numbers, in spiritual commitment to you, and in service to our local community, through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen

THE ORGANIST PILGRIMAGE:  Peter Gould, a former Director of Music at Derby Cathedral has been touring churches on the mainland giving fifteen minute organ recitals with any donations going to the Bishop’s Lent Appeal.  He is now having a couple of days on the Island and is playing at St Peter’s tomorrow, Monday 13th October at 7.30 pm.  If anyone would like to come and hear himplay they will be most welcome.

HOLY CROSS TALENTSWhen handing in the money for the scheme please ensure that any cheques are made payable to the PCC of Binstead and Talents is written on the back of the cheque.  If cash is being handed in please ensure it is clear it is for ‘Talents’.  In this way it is possible to see how much is raised.
Evie wanted to let you know that the ‘Pills Project’ raised £482.50 for which she is most grateful.

RIP: DEREK & GILL CURNOW: Those of you at Holy Cross will be saddened to hear that Derek died two weeks ago fairly suddenly and Gill had intended being at his funeral at Amesbury tomorrow.  Sadly Gill had a fall last week and broke her hip and died following surgery.  Gill celebrated her 90th birthday at the beginning of September and Gill and Derek celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on 9th July Their joint funeral will take place at St Mary & Mellor Church, Amesbury tomorrow.  Our prayers and sympathy go to their daughter, Shirley who has supported them since they moved to the Island and to their family.

CHAIRS IN NORTH AISLE – HOLY CROSS: As you will see, the new chairs purchased in memory of Wendy Smith are now in place.  If you would like to purchase a similar chair for the church in memory of a loved one or in thanksgiving for a special occasion, please speak to Hilary or Rodney who will give you an order form which you need to complete and return. 

VISIT TO THE NATIONAL COLLECTION OF NERINES:  Calling all gardeners!  This visit will take place at Springbank Nurseries, Newchurch on Monday 14th October from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm.  Tickets which are limited in number are £5.00 per person and are available from Joy (884532); Liz (872877) or Hilary (615551).

SUPPER & TALK BY JOY WICKENS:  This will take place at the Havenstreet Community Centre NEXT Saturday 19th October at 7.00 pm.   Tickets £12 to include a two course supper obtainable from Diane (882836); Sally Winter (882115); Hilary (615551).

SERVICE OF THANKSGIVING FOR THE DEPARTED: This will take place this year at Holy Cross on Sunday 3rd November at 3.30 pm, when the names of all those who have had funerals taken by the Ministry team will be read out.  If you would like the name of a loved one mentioned please add their name to the lists which can be found at the back of both churches no later than the 31st October.

ROTARY SHOEBOX APPEAL:  We are again supporting the Rotary District with the Shoebox Appeal for disadvantaged children in Albania, Montenegro, Moldova and Romania.  There is a supply of boxes under the table at Holy Cross and leaflets at the back of both Churches giving further details and what can and what cannot be put into them.  Please do help if you possibly can.  Boxes need to be handed in by Sunday 20th October at the latest in order to get them to their destinations in time for Christmas.

 

CAN YOU HELP PLEASE:  Diane is in need of some flower pots, diameter of 6”-10”.  If you can help please give her a ring on 882836.

                                                                       ADVANCE NOTICES

26th October Annual Jumble and Nearly New Sale at St Mark’s, Wootton
27th October 12.30 pm Sunday Lunch at the Fleming Arms

1st November  7.30 pm  Talk by Colin Pope at Havenstreet Community Centre  (St Peter’s)

15th November  7.30 pm  Talk by Mitch Jones – former Beefeater  (Holy Cross)                       

23rd November  10.30 am – 12.30 pm Festive Fayre  (Holy Cross)
6th December 7.30 pm Christmas Carol Concert at Holy Cross
13th December 6.30 pm Roving Nativity at Wootton.