This Sunday we have four in person services:
|8am Wiston Holy Communion |
9.30am Stoke Morning Prayer
11.15am Leavenheath Holy Communion
6.30pm Nayland Evening Prayer
Masks are no longer required, but are still recommended for the time being.
The link below will take you the worship page of St. Edmundsbury Cathedral where you will find the times and links to their online services (and service sheets), which can also be accessed through their Facebook page. https://st.edscathedral.org/worship
|Notices and Diary Dates|
SPRING FAIR AUCTION IN STOKE
Saturday 2nd July at 6pm for 6.30pm
Tickets are still available for the auction of Antiques, Vintage and Collectables to be held in the Stoke Village Hall are available from Stoke Post Office priced £10 which includes a glass of champagne. Viewing on the day 11am to 2pm. Jonathan Benson of Reeman Dansie is the auctioneer so an entertaining evening is promised, as well as there being bargains to be had. All profits will go to the Spring Fair fund.
COMMUNITY PANTRY AND HARDSHIP FUND
There are now two Communities Pantries, in St James’ south-west porch and the main porch at St Mary’s Stoke, stocked with food and household items which can be donated directly to the pantries or financial assistance be given. If you would like to make a financial donation, please contact Jane Wilson at email@example.com
for bank details.
SPRING FAIR AUCTION IN STOKE
Saturday 2 July at 6pm for 6.30pm
Tickets for an auction of Antiques, Vintage and Collectables to be held in the Stoke Village Hall are available from Stoke Post Office priced £10 which includes a glass of champagne. Viewing on the day 11am to 2pm. Jonathan Benson of Reeman Dansie is the auctioneer so an entertaining evening is promised, as well as there being bargains to be had. All profits will go to the Spring Fair fund.
MONTHLY EVENING PRAYER VIA ZOOM
Please note that this monthly Zoom service
will no longer take place. Evening prayer services take place in one our churches in the Benefice each week.
We are looking to restart MESSY CHURCH, or similar, for families in the autumn. If there is anyone who would like to be involved once a month, with the crafts, the teas, publicity or admin/organising please contact Revd Val for more details on 01206 262814 or firstname.lastname@example.org
EVERY Wednesday 10-12noon Coffee/tea is served in St James’ Nayland. Do pop in and enjoy a hot drink, delicious cakes and a chat.
From Monday 7th March we will be holding a short weekly Holy Communion service in St James’ Nayland at 10am. All are welcome! We would also like to start running a baby/toddler group in the church after the communion service to give parents and carers the opportunity to meet and relax over a cup of coffee in the church. If you would be able to help with refreshments and a warm welcome
please get in touch w
Stéphane or Helen Schalin (07717 766683
The Pew Sheet can be found here
Weekly Pew Sheet
This week’s readings can be found here
I’m sorry there is no Children’s Worksheet this week, there has been a change in the publisher’s permission to use this content, hopefully this will be resolved soon.
Community pantry & Financial Assistance Fund
Thank you for all the items generously donated to the community pantry. Currently, we do not need any more tinned tomatoes or beans. But we do need fresh veg and fruit, long-life milk, butter, cereal, tea and instant coffee, toiletries, toilets rolls and cleaning materials, also pasta, rice, tinned tomatoes, sugar, tinned fruit, crisps and cereal.
Please keep spreading the word that this is a resource for anyone in our villages, whether their need is occasional or regular. There is also a fund for those in need of financial assistance, perhaps with school uniforms and shoes, essential or unexpected bills. Please do feel free to contact Rev Val Armstrong who can assist you in complete confidentiality, Tel: 01206262812 Email: email@example.com It is also possible to have a delivery arranged for those unable to get to the Community Pantry in Nayland, again please contact Rev Val about this.