Welcome Notices for this Week Week beginning 16 November 2014

Notices for this Week
Emmaus Group at 7.30 pm this evening at 60
Leicester Road (please note change of place). This
week: pp 41–53 of God, Where Are You? on Moses.
Lunchtime concert at 1.20 pm. Matilda Ross-Smith,
clarinet; Jane Stevens, piano: Finzi, Five Bagatelles.
The funeral of Miss Kay Robinson, who died last
Sunday, will take place in Ashwell church at 2.30. The
Emmaus Group meeting has been cancelled to allow
members to attend.
Choral Society concert 8 pm; see panel below.
Week beginning 16 November 2014
Second Sunday before Advent
(Trinity XXII)
8 am Holy Communion (BCP)
Revd Owen Williams
10.30 am Sung Eucharist (CW)
Revd Dr Roy Seden
Other Notices
Paul Adams
All the Traidcraft catalogues are now out. If you have
already taken one please return it with any orders you
may have. Christmas cards are also available now.
A list is now available for this on the table; please sign
it if you would like to host the Posada set.
Mothers’ Union
If you would like to attend the Christmas lunch at
‘Crossways’ on 9 December, or lunch at the Falcon on
13 January, please let Jill Cannings know; and if you
have not yet paid next year’s subscription, please give
it to Dorine Warren as soon as possible.
1 ‘Christmas Praise!’ on Tuesday 9 December at
7.30 pm in Leicester Grammar School; details
from Margaret Stones (823626).
2 ‘Sound the Trumpet’ on Sunday 14 December
in church at 7.30 pm, featuring Andy Harris
(trumpet), Fergus Black (organ) and Caroline
Sharpe (soprano). See Quartet for further
Christmas Quiz
This year’s CPRE Christmas Quiz is now available from
Philip Riley, price £2.
Daylight Centre Wellingborough
Anne Touchin will be visiting the Centre on Tuesday
this week; if you have any contributions, please let her
know on 820534. Details of items needed are on the
notice-board and in last week’s notices.
Advent Course
‘Mapping Advent’, a four-week course prepared by
Churches Together in Uppingham, begins on 26
November. Details are on the notice-board.
Margaret Demaine
Jill Cannings
Jill Cannings, Margaret Jennings,
Elaine Woodhead
All material for the pew sheet should be sent to Philip Riley,
either by email ([email protected]) or via the red box
outside the sacristy. Material in the box needs to be
received by Thursday mid-day; emailed material by Friday
mid-day. Please also inform Philip if you would like a copy of
the pew sheet emailed to you. (The pew sheet is now also
available on our website: www.uppinghamchurch.co.uk.)
Epistle I Thessalonians 5: 1–11
Sunday School meets in the church hall during this
6 pm Service of Wholeness and Healing
Setting Thorne, Mass of St Thomas
Entrance Hymn 676 Immortal, invisible, God only wise
The Collect
Heavenly Father,
whose blessed Son was revealed
to destroy the works of the devil
and to make us the children of God and heirs of
eternal life
grant that we, having this hope,
may purify ourselves even as he is pure;
that when he shall appear in power and great
we may be made like him in his eternal and
glorious kingdom;
where he is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.
Old Testament Reading Job 42: 10–17
Psalm 90: 1–12 [see below]
Gradual Hymn 657 Help us to help each other, Lord
Gospel John 4: 31–38
Offertory Hymn 813 omit * verses Through the night
of doubt and sorrow
Anthem Saint-Saëns, Ave verum corpus
Ave verum corpus, natum de Maria Virgine; vere
passum, immolatum in cruce pro homine; cuius latus
perforatum unda fluxit sanguine. Esto nobis
praegustatum in mortis examine. Amen.
[Hail, true Body, born of Mary, Spotless Virgin’s virgin
birth; Thou who truly hangedst weary On the Cross for
sons of earth; Thou whose sacred side was riven,
Whence the water flowed and blood, O may’st thou,
dear Lord, be given At death’s hour to be our food.]
Anonymous, 14th century, trans H. N.
Oxenham (adapted)
Postcommunion Prayer
Gracious Lord,
in this holy sacrament
you give substance to our hope:
bring us at the last
to that fullness of life for which we long;
through Jesus Christ our Saviour.
Recessional Hymn 546 O Lord my God, when I in
awesome wonder
Readings for next Sunday
(Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ the King)
Ezekiel 34: 11–16, 20–24
Ephesians 1: 15–23
Matthew 25: 31–46
Lord thou hast ‘ been our ‘ refuge : from one gener’ation ‘ to an’other.
Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever the earth and the ‘ world were ‘ made : thou
art God from ever’lasting and ‘ world without ‘ end.
3 Thou turnest ‘ man . to de’struction : again thou sayest, Come a’gain ye ‘ children of ‘ men.
4 For a thousand years in thy sight ‘ are but as ‘ yesterday : seeing that is ‘ past . as a ‘ watch . in
the ‘ night.
5 As soon as thou scatterest them they are ‘ even as a ‘ sleep : and fade away ‘ suddenly ‘ like
the ‘ grass.
6 In the morning it is green and ‘ groweth ‘ up : but in the evening it is cut ‘ down dried ‘ up
and ‘ withered.
7 For we consume away in ‘ thy dis’pleasure : and are afraid at thy ‘ wrathful ‘ indig’nation.
8 Thou hast set our mis’deeds be’fore thee : and our secret ‘ sins . in the ‘ light of thy ‘
9 For when thou art angry all our ‘ days are ‘ gone : we bring our years to an end as it ‘ were a ‘
tale that is ‘ told.
10 The days of our age are threescore years and ten, and though men be so strong that they come
to ‘ fourscore ‘ years : yet is their strength then but labour and sorrow, so soon passeth it
a’way and ‘ we are ‘ gone.
11 But who regardeth the ‘ power of thy ‘ wrath : for even thereafter as a man feareth ‘ so is ‘ thy
12 So teach us to ‘ number our ‘ days : that we may ap’ply our ‘ hearts . unto ‘ wisdom.
Uppingham Choral Society Autumn Concert 22 November 8 pm in church
A concert of traditional folksongs, including John Rutter’s A Sprig of Thyme
Tickets £8 (including refreshments) available on the door; children 16 and under free