DATES FOR YOUR DIARY 2nd November: 3.30 p.m. Service of Treasured Memories at St Mary’s. 8th November: 9.30 a.m. Prayer Breakfast at St Mary’s. 9th November: Remembrance Sunday 9.30 a.m. Service at St Augustine’s 10.50 a.m. Remembrance in the Square 11.15 a.m. Service at St Mary’s. 15th November: 9.30 a.m. Bazaar Workshop – St Mary’s Room 7.30p.m. Wealden Consort Concert. Tickets - £7.50 each from church or Village store. 22nd November: 10 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. St Mary’s Christmas Bazaar in the Village Hall. 7th December: 3 p.m. Lights of Love Service (St Michael’s Hospice) 14th December: 11 a.m. Living Crib Service at St Augustine’s. [no 11 a.m. Service at St Mary’s] 15th December: 1.20 p.m. School’s rehearsal for the School Christmas Service. 17th December: 1.30 p.m. School Christmas Service 18th December: 2.30 p.m. Ticehurst House – The Priory Christmas Service. _____________________________________ The funeral of Anna Spencer will take place at St Mary’s at Noon on Tuesday 4th November. _____________________________________ Christmas Bazaar 22nd November 2014 We will be holding a workshop, as last year, in St. Mary’s Room on Saturday, 15th November to make ‘crafty’ items for the bazaar. All welcome - whether ‘crafty’ or not! Please bring a contribution towards a communal lunch. It was great fun last year. We will start at 9.30 a.m. and finish early afternoon. Also, as last year, if you would like to plant up a pot, basket or any other container with bulbs NOW, they would make great gifts to sell on the day. MANY THANKS. St. Mary’s, Ticehurst th 26 October 2014 Nineteenth Sunday after trinity BIBLE SUNDAY 8 a.m. Holy Communion 9.30 Holy Communion at St Augustine’s 11 a.m. Morning Praise 6.30 p.m. Evensong Collect: Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: help us so to hear them, to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word, we may embrace and for ever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen Readings: 8 a.m. Col.3: 1 - 14 Matt. 22: 34-45 11 a.m. Col.3: 1- 14 Matt. 22: 34-45 Readers: 8 a.m. Sue Phillips 11 a.m. Andrea Pilcher Hymns: 514 Thou, whose almighty word 468 Thank you, Lord, for this new day 318 Lord, thy word abideth 33 Angel-voices ever singing Intercessions: Judy Symons HYMNS at EVENSONG 162 Glory to thee, my God 394 O worship the Lord 73 Brother, sister, let me serve you 475 The day thou gavest, Lord Canticles: Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis Psalm 119 vv 89-104 89 O LORD ′ thy ′ word : en′dureth for ′ ever in ′ heaven. 90 Thy truth also remaineth from one generation ′ to an′other : thou hast laid the foundation of the ′ earth and ′ it ab′ideth. 91 They continue this day according ′ to thine ′ ordinance : for ′ all things ′ serve ′ thee. 92 If my delight had not been ′ in thy ′ law : I should have ′ perished ′ in my ′ trouble. 93 I will never forget ′ thy com′mandments : for with them ′ thou hast ′ quickened ′ me. 94 I am ′ thine O ′ save me : for I have ′ sought ′ thy com′mandments. 95 The ungodly laid wait for me ′ to de′stroy me : but ′ I will con′sider thy ′ testimonies. 96 I see that all things ′ come to an ′ end : but thy commandment ′ is ex′ceeding ′ broad. 97LORD what love have I ′ unto thy ′ law : all the day long ′ is my ′ study ′ in it. 98 Thou through thy commandments hast made me wiser ′ than mine ′ enemies: for ′ they are ′ ever ′ with me. 99 I have more understanding ′ than my ′ teachers : for thy ′ testimonies ′ are my ′ study. 100 I am wiser ′ than the ′ ag-ed : because I ′ keep ′ thy com′mandments. 101 I have refrained my feet from every ′ evil ′ way : that ′ I may ′ keep thy ′ word. 102 I have not shrunk ′ from thy ′ judgments : for ′ thou ′ teachest ′ me. 103 O how sweet are thy words ′ unto my ′ throat : yea, sweeter than ′ honey ′ unto my ′ mouth. 104 Through thy commandments I get ′ under′standing: therefore I ′ hate all ′ evil ′ ways. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, Is now and ever shall be: world without end. Amen NOTICES FOR THIS WEEK NEXT SUNDAY – 2 November 8 a.m. Holy Communion 9.30 a.m. St Mary’s All Age Informal Service 11 a.m. Parish Communion 3.30 p.m. Service of Treasured Memories Wednesday – 29 October 10 a.m. Holy Communion at St Mary’s St. Augustine’s, Flimwell th 26 October 2014 BIBLE SUNDAY 9.30 a.m. Informal Holy Communion Collect: Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: help us so to hear them, to read, mark, learn and inwardly digest them that, through patience, and the comfort of your holy word, we may embrace and for ever hold fast the hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Saviour Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen Readings: Col.3: 1 - 14 Matt. 22: 34 - 45 Sides: Rosemary Hills Reader: Jennie Reed Intercessions: Tim Mills Hymns/Songs: 337 Morning has broken 522 To God be the glory 211 Holy, Holy, Holy vs.1 & 2 242 Immortal, invisible Notices: Very many thanks to all who helped clear the Churchyard on Saturday, especially Ian, John and Peter with their machinery. It made a big difference to the East end of the building. There is a lot of wood suitable for open fires ready for collection. A donation to the Mosaics fund would be welcome. Contact Jaye if you would like some. • Don't forget the Poetry Evening on 6th November. The theme of WW1 need not make it a sombre occasion since there were plenty of light-hearted lyrics to songs as well as the more serious poems. Just come and enjoy the evening. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR at the Village Hall 22nd November 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. BOTTLES are needed for the Bottle Tombola – If you can supply bottles of any kind: sauces, soft drinks, spirits etc., for this stall they will be gratefully received. Contact Kenneth Rae on 201839 to arrange delivery/collection. ALSO CAKES, buns, biscuits etc., for the cake stall; PIES, breads, jams, preserves and any kind of savouries for the produce stall; unused GIFTS for the gift stall AND clean, good quality new (or nearly new) unwanted clothing for the Clothing Stall. (Please - No ‘jumble’). We are planning our FUTURE ACTS and hope to get some ideas from “Fantastic Acts!” The Riding Lights Theatre Company’s new show. Fun, vitality and inspiration abound in this vividly told story of the remarkable lives of the men and women who formed the first churches. They are coming to St James Church, Tunbridge Wells on 11th November at 7.30 p.m. Tickets £10. Please let Tim know if you would like to go. [Riding Lights is a wellestablished and very talented Christian Theatre company, well worth seeing]. CAN ANYBODY HELP? We are looking for: 1. 2. A folding wheel-chair for St Mary's. Someone accredited to do an asbestos check of the church 3. A glazier to replace the glass in the door to St Mary's Room Please let us know if you can. Thank you.
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