This Sunday we have five in person services: 8am Stoke Holy Communion, 9:30am Polstead Morning Prayer, 11:15am Nayland Family Service, 11:15am Wiston Holy Communion, 6:30pm Leavenheath Village Hall Evening Praise. 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
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NEXT WEEK – It’s not too late to join those already signed up for the LENT COURSE held at the vicarage. Contact Stephane.
Session 1 Tues 22nd March 10am and 7pm
The Chronology of the Bible
Session 2 Tues 29th March 10am and 7pm
The Sources and Difficulty of Translation of the Bible
Session 3 Tuesday 5th April 10am and 7pm
The Bible and the Cultural Context
NEXT SUNDAY ~ Nayland Choir will be performing Platinum Anthems at Stoke-by-Nayland Church on Sunday, March 27th at 5pm.
Collection in aid of the church fabric fund. Tickets £10 each are available from Naylandevents.org or phone 07879 843319
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.