Sunday, 19 October 2014 ... 6.30pm Organ Recital at All Saints

New - Thank you to all who helped make last night’s Quiz Night with fish & chip
supper such good fun.
New - Altar Linen: For many years St Mary's altar linen has been meticulously
washed and beautifully ironed by Audrey Johns. We are very grateful indeed to
Audrey for her help but as she approaches her 90th birthday, she feels that she
needs to hand this task on to someone a little younger. It isn't an onerous job. If you
think you could take this on or for more details, please speak to Canon Ann.
New - Church Heating: The church heating has broken down and will not be usable
this winter. A working group is looking at options for repair or replacement and is
reporting back to the Consultative Group. We may well need to fundraise for a
replacement system and further information will be given as soon as we know more.
In the meantime and as an emergency measure, additional electric heaters have been
purchased. These will be sited mainly on the North side of the church (the partition
side), so you may like to bear this in mind when choosing where to sit during the
colder months.
New – Today at All Saints - Organ Recital by Julian Thomas, formerly Cathedral
Organist at Norwich and Lincoln Cathedrals. 6.30 pm. £5 at the door to include a
glass of wine. Bach, Elgar, Guilmant and Ireland.
Volunteers: Thank you to all who serve St Mary's and our local community in ways
too numerous to mention. You make a real difference! If you are not yet involved, or
would like to try doing something different, please read the leaflet explaining how
you can play your part and sign up on the board at the back of church. With
everyone involved we could do even more!
Remembrance Day: Grateful thanks to Dan Graham for taking on the sound
system for this. Dan would appreciate some unskilled help on the day (9th November),
Please speak to Dan or to one of the clergy if you can help.
Richmond Welcare Open Evening, on Wednesday, 4 - St Stephen’s
Church, East Twickenham TW1 2PD. The Parish supports Welcare through our
annual mission giving.
Parish Christmas Lunch & Tea: Help still needed before and on the day with
cooking, serving, raffle gifts, driving, organising, entertaining, socialising, lending
equipment. If you can help or would like to be involved in any way, please contact
Olwen 8876 7183 or [email protected]
Christingle Party – volunteers still needed - on Sunday 30th November for our
family Christingle Party between 3 - 5pm. There will be activities, a Christingle
service and party tea. To make this happen we need lots of volunteers! Please sign
up at the back of church to help on the day. For more information, contact Kat
Graham (8408 9007) or Tom & Marian Carson (8878 7548).
Knitted Sheep needed: This year we are hoping to produce a good number of
knitted sheep in connection with some 'sheepish' additions to St Mary's Knitivity. If
you can help - either as part of a knitting group, or by knitting on your own at home,
please speak to Susie Lansbury - [email protected] or one of the clergy.
Parish Website:
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Mortlake with East Sheen Team Ministry
Parish Office 88761630 - [email protected]
Team Rector Revd Canon Dr Ann Nickson 8876 4816 [email protected]
Parish Curate Revd Tom Carson 8878 7458 [email protected]
St Mary’s Website;
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Sunday, 19 October 2014
Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
Holy Communion at High Altar [BCP] p.288, Readings p. 234
Holy Communion – at the Nave altar [Common Worship - Order One]
Organ Recital at All Saints
19 - 25 October 2014
Tiddlywinks at St Mary’s
Holy Communion followed by coffee
Parenting course at St Mary’s (6)
Songs and Stories at All Saints
Funeral Service for Jan Newton at Christ Church
Songs and Stories at Christ Church
Holy Communion + coffee shop until 12 noon
The Eucharist is held at Christ Church (Wed) and All Saints (Tues, and Thurs)
Speak to clergy for details or see Parish Link
Mission and Community Concern: Jubilee Debt Campaign (One World Week
19-16 October). Jubilee Debt Campaign raise awareness about International
Debt and global poverty as part of a global movement to break the chains of
Parish/Church Concern: For those who will attend memorial and
remembrance services in the coming weeks and for all who struggle to come to
terms with the reality of death.
World/UK Concern: For volunteers and soldiers travelling to West Africa to
work with those facing the Ebola virus.
Community: For those who see no option but to turn to criminal activity as a
solution for their problems.
The sick and those in need: Prue Glanfield, David Brown, Veronica Jolly, Ted
Garnett, Penny Smith, Clive Oxley and Val Brooker.
Those who have died: Jan Newton, Nick Phillips