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Prayer Needs
*Please pray for …
*Maureen Lamb, Larry and Janie.
*Give thanks for the safe arrival of Adam
Milosevic. (See overleaf)
*The Cameron family as they mourn the loss of
V e ra.
Meeting to pray this week
In addition to our regular services as a church
family, we enjoy meeting together to pray for
the needs of our community and our church.
Please feel free to join with us this week:
Wednesday: 9.30am The Wednesday Service
will be Holy Communion at St. John’s Bourne
En d .
Saturday: 8.00-9.00am Prayer Breakfast in the
Breukelman Room:
(2nd 4th and 5th Saturdays of the month),
(1st Saturdays) St. John’s BE and (3rd Saturdays)
at the Way Inn .
Collect for 26th October
Faithful Lord,
whose steadfast love never ceases
and whose mercies
never come to an end:
grant us the grace to trust you
and to receive the gifts of your love,
new every morning,
in Jesus Christ our Lord.. Amen
Readings for Sunday 26th October
‘and the most important thing of all is …’
Matthew 22:34-46 p.991
Leviticus 19:1-2, 15-18 p.121
Psalm 1 p.543
1 Thess 2:1-8 p.1186
Week beginning 26th October
Monday 27th October
12 noon Lunch Club in the Breukelman Room for our
Senior Citizens.
Wednesday 29th October
9.30am mid-week service will be at St. John’s Bourne
End this week.
11.00am-12.30pm Men at Home at
The Old Mill. Contact John Kirkby .
11.00am-12.30pm Girls Allowed at The Boat.
Contact Barbara Smith .
Thursday 30 October
Youth Football at Sportspace Berkhamsted. If you
want to take part, speak to Tom for more details.
Friday 31st October
10am-12 noon Coffee and cakes at St. John’s Bourne
End Parish Room. Come and enjoy this monthly
social gathering.
1.30pm NO SMARTIES this week – half term. We
resume as normal at 1.30pm on 7th November.
7-9pm NO EDGE this week, it’s Half Term. We’re back
on 7th November!
Saturday 1st November
8.30am onwards is the next joint gardening event.
Please come along and help us. No grand gardening
expertise required, just a willingness to pitch in!
3.30pm Messy Church followed by Fireworks in the
church grounds, (no bonfire). If you wish to donate a
firework that would be great, but please make sure
it's suitable for this smaller location. Hot Dogs and
Soup. See you there!
A big ‘Thank You’ …
to everyone who organised our fireworks
display yesterday and to the cooks who
provided is with tasty refreshments.
Welcome to
Love // Grow // Serve
26th October 2014
The Eight:
The Nine:
The Ten Thirty:
The Six-Thirty:
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Evening Service
Welcome to Sunnyside
We hope that you will feel
very welcome in our church today.
If you’re here for the first time,
please fill in a welcome card and hand it
to a member of the welcome team.
Thank you.
As a church we are seeking to:
LOVE God and each other
GROW in Faith
SERVE our Community
Please feel free to join us at any of our services
today. We have refreshments between 10am
and 10.30am on Sundays – get to know us over a
tea or coffee!
For all enquiries please contact the Church office
which is normally open Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 10am-2pm.
Church Office:
[email protected]
David Abbott:
[email protected]
Items for this notice sheet need to be given to
the office by Thursday at the latest, please.
General Information
*Affinity Water will be working in Ivy House Lane from
about 30th October. Access to church will generally be
maintained but please allow extra time just in case
your normal route to church is closed off.
*A final reminder that the deadline for giving in your
shoe boxes is this Saturday, 1st November
*The successful Hemel Hempstead Street Pastors are
now looking to recruit a team to patrol in
Berkhamsted on Friday evenings for 2015, patrolling
from 9pm to around 12 midnight, with exact times to
yet be confirmed. Full training will be given. For more
information, please read the poster in the lobby or
speak to Mike Wallis
*Bible-reading notes: We have some up to date and
some old copies of bible-reading notes. If our recent
sermon series on The Book has inspired you to read
your bible (or read it more), please take a copy.
They’re in a box in the entrance lobby.
*Will Aid is a special partnership between the legal
profession and 9 of UK’s best loved charities. Each
November, local participating solicitors waive their fee
for writing or updating a will. Instead they invite
clients to make a donation to Will Aid. See poster and
flyers in the lobby.
Dates for your diary
Monday 3rd November
9am Prayer for Our Schools meeting in the
Breukelman Room.
2pm A Thanksgiving Service for the life of Vera
Cameron is being held here at Sunnyside.
Wednesday 26th November 7.30pm at Christchurch
Chorleywood – another in the highly successful ‘Facing
the Canon’ series with J. John in conversation with
Mark Russell. Mark, a really amusing and interesting
speaker, was appointed as Chief Executive of The
Church Army at the age of 31 in 2006.
Ladies’ Walking Group
It may be getting a little colder but this will
not deter the ladies of the LWG. Walks are
planned through till January. They meet on
the 1st Wednesday and the 3rd Monday of
the month at Sunnyside at 1.45pm. Walks
are usually 1½-2 hours long. It’s a great
chance to meet new friends and catch up on
all the news with old friends. Speak to Chris
Cartwright or Pat Simons for more details.
November: Wednesday 5 , Monday 17
December: Wednesday 3 , Monday 15
January: Wednesday 7th, Monday 19th
Family News
Zeljko and Kate Milosevic
(son-in-law and daughter of
Isabel and David Abbott) are
delighted to announce the safe
arrival of their son Adam early
on the morning of Wednesday
22nd October [around 12.15am],
7lbs 4oz.
Mother and baby are fine.
We send them all our
congratulations and
very best wishes.