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NOTICES 14 October 2018 Harvest Sunday Welcome to All Saints To find out more about All Saints please speak to a member of the Welcome Team.

You are very welcome to our service today. Please join us for coffee and tea served afterwards. The Welcome Area at the back is ideal for young children who might be unsettled. If you are new or have recently started attending, please take a 'Welcome Pack'. It would help us to get to know you if you could fill in the details card and hand it to a member of the All Saints team. There will be no collection taken during the services but there are plates at the main doors for those who would like to contribute to the Church. Gift Aid envelopes can be found with the donation plates. Please consider filling one in and the Inland Revenue will increase your gift by 25%! Most sermons are recorded and are available for download from the church website (www.allsaintsecclesall.org.uk). You can use your computer to listen to the sermons or they can be downloaded. All songs covered by CCLI have been reproduced under CCL Licence No. 5119.

LOVING GOD. LIVING LIFE. SHARING FAITH.


HARVEST SUNDAY Welcome to Harvest Sunday at All Saints Ecclesall. As our way of giving thanks for all we receive from God, we will, as usual, make a collection of groceries, tinned and dried foods, pot plants and confectionery. These will be distributed among local charities, elderly or frail parishioners and those particularly in need of our love and prayers. Please join us if you can for distribution of the gifts tomorrow morning (Monday 15 Oct) when we will need help packing from 9.30am in church and car drivers to deliver the gifts from 11am. Please could we ask volunteers to use the North door at the side of the church as Bumps and Babies will be using the welcome area. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served. Please contact Bev and Dave Popplewell for further information on 236 1010. Our thanks go to Bev and Dave for organising collection and distribution of gifts. CHURCH NEWS REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY Sunday 11 November. This year we remember the 100th anniversary of the armistice at the end of World War 1. To commemorate this momentous occasion, we are hoping to install a poopy cascade in the church. We need some help cutting out poppies to create the installation. If you would like to take part as your own act of remembrance please join us on Sunday 4 November at 7.30pm in the welcome area. Refreshments will be provided. END HUNGER UK The Church of England is backing a campaign to petition the government about seeking to end hunger in the UK. If you would like to know more please talk to Jo Chamberlain. The petition is available in the Welcome Area if you would be interested in signing. More information can be found at www.endhungeruk.org WALK IN MY SHOES: 5 WEIRS WALK Ruth Watkin and her 10 year-old granddaughter undertook this walk yesterday (13 October) to raise funds for the homeless by supporting the Cathedral's Archer Project. It is not too late to sponsor them so please give any donations to Ruth or leave in the W pigeon hole in the welcome area. For more information (or to join in!) see www.archerproject.org.uk PRISONS WEEK 14-20 October. This week is prisons week, an annual opportunity to remember prison staff, victims of crime, prisoners and their families, police, and all who work in the justice system in our prayers. In particular please pray for the volunteers and guests on the Alpha course recently started at HMP Leeds. If you would like further information please take a leaflet from the welcome area. If you are interested in finding out more about possible ministry in our local prisons please talk to John Hutchison 07963 121184. WOMEN’S SOCIAL GROUP AGM Tuesday 16 October, 7.30pm, Halls. All welcome. CHRISTIANITY UNWRAPPED Wednesday 17 October, 11.40am, Church. The title for this session will be “Christ in the Prophets, Part 1” The session will begin about 11.40 after the 10.30 communion service, and will include discussion. It will be followed by a light lunch and will finish at about 1.00 p.m. All are cordially invited - why not join us? SHOEBOX APPEAL It is that time of year again when we join in the largest Children’s Christmas project in the world. Filling a shoebox is a tangible way of showing God’s love to needy children around the world. Every Sunday between the 21 October and 11 November there will be the opportunity to collect a 'flat packed shoebox' and a leaflet that explains what needs to go in the box. You can return your completed box to church anytime up to Sunday 11 November. It would be great if you could support the project this year and help us to beat the number of boxes we sent abroad last year. For further information please contact Dave Threlfall on 0114 2585466. FAIR TRADE COFFEE MORNING Saturday 20 October, 10am-12pm, Church. Fairly traded gifts, jewellery, Christmas Cards and food products for sale. Come and buy ethically sourced early Christmas presents whilst enjoying coffee and cake. Proceeds from the café will go to Tearfund. TEARFUND CHRISTMAS CARDS will be on sale from Sunday 21 October in the welcome area. There is a superb selection this year so please support this worthwhile cause. TEA SERVICE Saturday 3 November, 3pm, Church. Tea Service for seniors with afternoon tea served afterwards in the Welcome Area. The theme for the service will be “The Importance of Remembering.” Please come along yourself and/or invite a friend, neighbour, grandparent or parents. All are very welcome. Transport can be provided if needed by phoning Sue Blaby on 255 2382. BIG CHURCH WEEKEND AWAY Friday 25- Sunday 27 January. Don’t forget that you can book your place at the weekend away online at https://www.allsaintsecclesall.org.uk/big-church-weekend-away/ and pay by debit or credit card, or book via the paper sign up forms in church and pay by cheque. LUNCHEON CLUB- VOLUNTEERS NEEDED We need more volunteer drivers to collect guests coming to the monthly Luncheon Club. If you could help, even occasionally, please contact Jeannette Jackson on 236 2113.


SUNDAY COFFEE ROTA Every Sunday members of our wonderful Coffee Rota team serve refreshments after our services. The 9.15, 11am and 6pm services are all in need of new volunteers. If people can volunteer in teams of 2 that would be ideal but we are very grateful for any help offered. If you can help please contact Brian Ridgway on 0114 255 1235. Brian is very happy to provide full training so no experience required! PRAYERS FOR MISSION ST. MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS, MARTINEZ, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Argentina is a country in economic free-fall with a currency devaluing daily, a huge dollar indebtedness, galloping inflation approaching 50% and interest rates of 60%. The resultant hardship is felt by all levels of society and there has been a significant rise in street crime and house robberies. The work of our link church of St. Michael and All Angels in providing help to mothers and children in the nearby shanty town through the Friday Social Action activity is proving an increasingly valuable lifeline for the most needy with the weekly teaching of life skills and crafts together with a meal and a bag of food to take home at the end of the afternoon. The Diocese is in good spirit nonetheless with the placement of new clergy in several parishes. We thank the Lord for the faithfulness of the congregations and pray for the fruitful ministry of the established and newly-placed clergy. OAKES CHRISTIAN HOLIDAY CENTRE – GRAVES PARK Please pray for the forthcoming Half Term camp for 8 – 12 year olds from 28 - 31 October GENERAL NEWS THAT MAN DAN A drama and musical based on the story Daniel on Thursday 25, Friday 26 and Saturday 27 October at 7.30pm at Millhouses Methodist Church, 3 Millhouses Lane. Tickets £8 (Children £5) from 0114 235 1852. 20TH SHEFFIELD SCOUT GROUP BONFIRE AND FIREWORK DISPLAY Saturday 3 November, From 7pm, Common Lane Park Land. Tickets £4 in advance (purchase online) or 35 on the gate. Under 6s free. Advance tickets available online from: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/20thevents WHIRLOW SPIRITUALITY CENTRE SIMPLE QUIET DAY Tuesday 16 October, 9.45am – 3.45pm. A day to be with God, starting with our weekly Reflective Communion service. £15, book via whirlowspiritualitycentre.org/whats-on PRAYING WITHOUT WORDS Thursday 18 October, 7.30 – 9pm. A group for those drawn to experience silent prayer with others. Practise, learn and discuss. No experience necessary. No charge - donations are welcome. AN INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWORLD Saturday 20 October, 10.15am-4pm. An invitation to look for the meaning in dreams – those mysterious elements of the inner life. Those attending the first day can also attend a second which will go deeper, on 10 November. With Adrian Scott. £18 or £30 for both days. Book via whirlowspiritualitycentre.org/whats-on SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER Wednesday 24 October, 10am-4pm. Authentic spirituality motivates us to pursue deep transformation in local and global society. This workshop will explore how to work for change in an unjust world. With Jenny Tibbles and Aglaia Barraclough. £18. Book via whirlowspiritualitycentre.org/whats-on ENTER THE SMALL SILENCE 2 – 15 November. An exhibition of reflections in abstract art by Robert Wright, inspired by Thomas Merton. Friday 2 November, 4pm. Looking, Seeing Contemplating workshop with the artist. £10, book via whirlowspiritualitycentre.org/whats-on Friday 2 November, 6.30pm: Launch / drinks reception to view works, meet Robert and enjoy a glass of wine / juice. All works are available for sale Saturday 5 November, 10.30am: Painting and Attentiveness workshop with the artist. £10 via whirlowspiritualitycentre.org/whats-on

The deadline for the Notice Sheet is 10am on Thursday. For more information, please call 0114 268 7574 www.allsaintsecclesall.org.uk All Saints Ecclesall Weekly News @ All Saints


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Notices 14th October 2018  
Notices 14th October 2018  
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