Sunday 19th April, - St. Editha`s, Amington

Sunday
19th April,
2015
EASTER 3
St. Editha’s Amington:
‘Built up in truth...
..Sent out in love’
“You killed the author of life,
but God raised him from the
dead. And we are witnesses of
this fact!”
Acts 3: 15 (NLT)
Webpage:
www.amingtonsteditha.org.uk
Congratulations
to dear Joan Heraty
on reaching 95 years
of age!
St. Editha’s Church, Amington
Welcome to the Church on the Green.
Easter Greeting: L: Christ is risen; ALL: He is risen indeed, Alleluia!
Services Today:
10.30 a.m. Holy Communion with Revd. Mike Harris.
Readings: Ep.: Acts 3: 1-19; Gospel: Luke 24: 36b-48.
12 noon
Annual Parochial Church Meeting (followed by brief PCC).
6.30 p.m. Evening Prayer (BCP-sung) with Sue Joyce.
Readings: O.T.: Deuteronomy 7: 7-13; N.T.: Revelation 2: 1-11.
Monday
9.30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
11 a.m. (Lent) Group meeting at The Church Office (info. 62573).
1 p.m. House Group meeting at 109 Sheepcote Lane (312215).
7 p.m. Fete Committee meeting - OS Meeting Room.
7.30 - 8.30 p.m. Church Office at the Old School Coffee Shop.
Tuesday
2-4 p.m. Knit ’n Natter in the Coffee Shop (info. 704216).
7.30 p.m. House group - 79 Ridgewood Rise (info. 63082).
7.45 p.m. House Group - 19 Fairview Close (info. 704344).
Wednesday 9.30 a. m. Morning Prayer.
7 p.m. Music group practice in Church.
Thursday 9-11.30 a.m. Amington Ark for pre-schoolers and carers.
Friday
9.30 a.m. Prayers & Readings. 5.30 p.m. Evening Prayer.
Saturday
4-6 p.m. Messy Church in the Church Hall (see below).
Sunday 26th April, 2015. EASTER 4.
8.45 a.m. Morning Prayer;
10.30 a.m. Family Focus; 2 p.m. Walk from Church (see below);
6.30 p.m. Holy Communion (CW).
THERE’S AN ELECTION COMING!
HUSTINGS
at St. Editha’s Church. Tamworth
Thursday April 30th
7.30 p.m.
Come, listen, learn and ask.
Hospital and Amington Church.
Pray for...
... the Annual Meeting today and all
who have supplied reports on the
church’s work over the last year. This
is an account of our work kept on
record for us, the Bishop (our Patron)
and others on the fringes of church life.
... Rachel Partridge, Joan Heraty,
progressing; Louise, after surgery;
Doug Dean, Ben and his Mum,
Gillian; Kathryn, and Kirsty, Nikki,
Christine Taylor, Angela Baldwin
and John Wedge. All on the W&H
list after last Monday’s service.
Give thanks for...
... those hoping to be elected to
... The Amington Band concert last Government next month and our local
evening and for Allan Baldwin and all candidates; Carol Dean (Labour) lives
who helped make it possible.
... all who have served St. Editha’s
through the last year in whatever
capacity.
... Victoria Chadwick who managed
to get to Canterbury last week.
Thanks also to all who have sponsored
her for the benefit of The Children’s
On Saturday 13th June
Polesworth deanery will visit the
Cathedral for a service to celebrate
300 years of the building in
Birmingham. Please keep this date and
aim to be at the Cathedral for the
service at 2 p.m.
(details to follow).
StEdys young people are planning to
WALK from here via the canal system
and we need your support.
Next Sunday we will be walking around
the local Lakes to help prepare - please
join us.
Meet at 2 p.m. outside the church
next Sunday - approx 2 hours.
in Amington.
... Clifford Browne, for his salvation.
... the tragic deaths of hundreds of
‘boat’ people off the Italian coast this
week. Asylum is a huge issue
confronting us all. Pray for wisdom
and understanding.
CHURCH ROTA
Flowers (26/4): Vacant
Cleaners (24/4): Carol & David C.
Welcomers (19/4):
8.45 a.m. Warden
10.30 a.m. Vicky M. & Ann B
6.30 p.m. Pat Ackroyd
[email protected].30 Joy R. & Chris Holden