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The Lantern The Parish Magazine of St Andrew’s, Deal

MAY 2014 visit us at www.dealstandrews.org.uk

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Who’s Who in the Parish Parish Priest: Father Stephen Young SSC 01304 447947

Honorary Assistant Clergy: Father Ian Shackleton SSC 01304 379773 Father Roger Marsh SSC 01304 362851 Canon Fred Arvidsson SSC Father Robert Farrell

Churchwardens: Peter Gibson 01304 380860 (until 15/04/14) Waveney Brooks 01304 367961 Kate Frorath (from 16/04/14) 01304 380555

PCC Officers PCC Secretary: PCC Treasurer: Electoral Roll:

Ali Robertson Mike Carey Bryan Evans

Director of Music: Tim Woodhead Lantern editor:

Peter Gibson

Editorial adviser:

Fr Stephen Young

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The Parish Office: St Andrew’s Church, West Street, Deal CT14 6DY (01304) 381131 - Email: Office@dealstandrews.org.uk The Parish Office is not manned full-time but mail and telephone messages are checked regularly.

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In Church each week at St Andrew’s Matins is said at 8 am on Saturdays; otherwise at 9 am on weekdays. Evensong is said at 6 pm. Sunday

8.00 am 10.00 am 6.00 pm

Low Mass (Book of Common Prayer) Parish Mass (Common Worship) Evensong (BCP) and Benediction

Monday

9.30 am

Low Mass

Tuesday

9.30 am

Low Mass

Wednesday

9.30 am

Low Mass

Thursday

9.30 am

Low Mass

Friday

9.30 am

Low Mass

Saturday

8.30 am

Low Mass (see below)

A priest will normally be available for spiritual counsel after Evensong on Saturdays or otherwise by appointment. On Festivals and Holy Days, service times may vary - please see our Notice Board or website. Please note: 1st Saturday 1st Wednesday 3rd Sunday

11.30 am 9.30 pm 6.00pm

OLW cell Mass, Angelus and Rosary Low Mass and Healing Rites CBS attend Evensong and Benediction

Holy Baptism, Weddings and Funerals Please contact Father Ian Shackleton on 01304 381131 for inquiries about any of these services. Cover picture: The Good Samaritan

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Father Stephen writes ….. God moves in a mysterious way …… Two years ago, this month, I was sitting in a café in the Italian seaside town of Nettuno, when someone asked me if I would like to live in Deal. I was on an ecumenical pilgrimage, part of a truly Mediterranean festival, celebrating God’s good gifts of community, sunshine, wine, and the rich harvest of the sea. This was a Christian celebration, with Christ’s presence amongst us at the heart of the festivities. The whole town took part in services and parties, culminating in a magnificent firework display and procession through the streets, in which the figure of Christ in the arms of his mother was the focal point of a joyful public meditation on the love of God for all human kind. An annual celebration of God’s blessing on the sea and those who reap the rich harvest of the ocean is a vital part of many towns’ spirituality at home and abroad. Margate has a long established blessing of the sea in the New Year in which many Christian denominations take part. Folkestone has the annual summer blessing of fisheries, and a sumptuous festival of fish. When I accepted the position of priest in charge of St Andrew’s I was delighted to learn that Deal also has an occasion for publically thanking God for his gifts and asking his blessing on all who live and work by the sea. May is traditionally Mary’s month, and the Gospels show us that the love of Mary for Jesus is a wonderful expression of God’s grace at work in human hearts. Mary was not ashamed to respond to God’s love and this is a reminder that faith is not something for church or Sundays only, our faith should be a part of our everyday public life. The Procession and Blessing of the Sea is a good way to do just that. So do join us on Saturday, 3rd May at 2.00 pm. May is a celebration of the coming of summer, and a busy time in the parish. We go on pilgrimage to England’s National Shrine at Walsingham in Norfolk. The Mother’s Union celebrate on Sunday 4th May. There will be a 5


men’s evening on Wednesday, 28th May at 7.00 pm in the Rectory garden. The Ascension of Christ is celebrated with High Mass on Thursday 29 th May at 7.00 pm. St Andrew’s will also be taking part in the North Deal Community Event on Saturday, 24th May. May is the month when new churchwardens are appointed, and it is with great appreciation that I wish to thank Peter Gibson, our retiring churchwarden, for his remarkable work during the parish interregnum, and also for his personal support and guidance during my first year in the parish. We are greatly indebted to him for his faithful service to the church. His successor as churchwarden is Kate Frorath who we pray will be greatly blessed in this important role, and who will be a blessing to us. God does move in mysterious ways, and two years ago in that seaside town in Italy I could not have guessed at the happiness I would experience in Deal. Thank you all for making that possible.

Fr Stephen Young

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Dancing in God's Grace This fund raising dance class offers the opportunity to learn easy circle dances, danced to Christian worship music. Through the dancing we can, in our own ways, express our gratitude to God and share our joy for the blessings we have received from Him. The classes are open to all ages and abilities. Participants will be asked to make a donation towards St. Andrew's Church Stained Glass Restoration Fund. Classes will be held at St. Andrew's Church Hall on Friday mornings from 10.15 to 11.00 (except every 3rd Friday of each month) starting Friday 31st January 2014. Places available on a first come – first served basis. For more information contact Miss Els Van Hoof on 01304 - 449 705 or 07513 – 43 88 01 or e-mail her at era.vanhoof@gmail.com

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What’s on in May and June Saturday 3rd May - BLESSING OF THE SEA 2.00pm at the church or meet us at the front opposite Farrier Street at 2.15pm. Tea in the hall afterwards. Sunday 4th May - Mothers’ Union Prayer Day 10.00am High Mass Tuesday 20th May to Thursday 22nd May - PARISH PILGRIMAGE to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham Saturday 24th May DOGGY FAMILY FUN DAY 10.00am to 4.00pm For details see advert on page 7 Wednesday 28th May - Men’s Evening 7.00pm in the Rectory Garden Thursday 29th May - ASCENSION DAY 9.30am Low Mass 7.00pm High Mass with procession Sunday 8th June WHITSUNDAY 10.00am High Mass with procession followed by drinks in the Rectory Garden Saturday 14th June ST ANDREW’S SUMMER FAIR 9.30am to 1.00pm in the church grounds Sunday 15th June TRINITY SUNDAY 10.00am High Mass with procession Thursday 19th June CORPUS CHRISTI 9.30am Low Mass Sunday 22nd June - CORPUS CHRISTI SUNDAY 10.00am Pontifical Mass and public procession of the Blessed Sacrament with the Bishop of Richborough. 5.00pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 6.00pm Solemn Sung Evensong and Benediction Sunday 29th June - DEAL FESTIVAL MASS 10.00am followed by a reception.

Looking Ahead - Confirmation The Bishop of Richborough will be confirming candidates at 7pm on Thursday 25th September in St Andrew’s. If you wish to be confirmed please let the clergy know as preparation classes will begin in the summer. 10


PETER GIBSON – Retiring Church Warden Waveney Brooks writes: When Peter took up the mantle of Church warden in May 2007, he had little idea of what lay ahead! During the interregnum following Fr. Christopher Lindlar’s resignation, he showed his mettle and took the reins firmly in his hands. He organised the retired clergy to take over the same amount of services which had previously been taken – namely, a daily mass and morning and evening prayer said in the church each day. During this time he kept a close eye on the fabric of St. Andrew’s and started up much fundraising to help towards the work which the Church Architect, James Ford, had recommended needed to be done (at the Quinquennial inspection in 2009). When James came to do the Quinquennial Inspection last month, he commented on what a remarkable thing it was that so much had either been completed or at least set in motion. He said that most churches completed very little or sometimes nothing of what had been recommended at his previous visit. Peter also had the idea of starting up Fun Days, for children of the congregation and the parish. The first one was during the summer of the Queen’s Jubilee. Since then many other successful Fun Days have been arranged. During the interregnum Peter became the editor of “The Lantern” and has always managed to get it ready so that it is out in print well before the first day of each month. He has also organised our Parish Retreats to Walsingham and helped to set up our own Cell of Our Lady of Walsingham. Peter spearheads the parish with their Mission, encouraging the support of project abroad (Madagascar) and charities nearer to home. In recent months, he has put together a successful bid to the Diocese to support a Childrens’/Young Families’ missioner to be shared with St Leonard’s. Now, as Peter steps down after seven years as Churchwarden, we would all like to thank him enormously for all he has done to keep St. Andrew’s church not only afloat, but going forwards and always being outwardlooking towards what we can do for the wider community, both in Deal and further afield. Thank you, Peter. 11


Sermon – Easter Day 2014 Woman, why are you weeping? Words from the Gospel of St.John. You might think I wouldn’t approve of the Reverend Lucy Winkett,Vicar of St.James’ Piccadilly. You would be wrong. I am indebted to Lucy because she is a very talented preacher who through the medium of Radio 4’s Thought for the Day; has given me lots of ideas for today’s sermon! This week she asked us to picture the artist Henri Matisse at the end of his life, in a wheelchair; chronically ill; yet still producing remarkable works of art! You may know them…. Brilliant paper-cuts including the famous “Blue Nude” and a colourful design for a stained glass window in a New York church. Lucy Winkett asked us to see… in this remarkable achievement how Creativity is a way into understanding the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Today, we celebrate the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ from the dead. You can see why most people in our culture avoid this. Easter bunnies; spring flowers and chocolate overload.. are much safer than a story about the dead coming back to life! Also bunnies and chocolate are so much more fun! The trouble with the Resurrection bit of Easter is that it makes you think. Who needs that on a Bank Holiday? So coming to church is a bit risky (and well done for doing it!), because all those lovely hymns are about Resurrection and thinking about the Resurrection for many people is to say the least challenging. So we cannot really be too hard on those who prefer the bunnies to the Resurrection. It isn’t easy to believe in the Resurrection. After all dead men don’t rise, do they? All our biology, history and other text books told us at school that this just doesn’t happen. It was only in the more creative books and stories that such unlikely things could happen. I remember being told by my scientific brother not to read silly novels and stories, “They are not”, he said true. But is that really the case? Does creative writing not communicate truth? Imagine a world where Jane Eyre, Shakespeare or the poems of Rupert Brook were banned because they were not scientifically provable. (Think of

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those wonderful words from King Lear.. “And then we will know this mystery of things). We have to be careful here. The Christian Faith teaches us that Christ bodily rose from the dead. The Resurrection of Jesus is not just a story to illustrate a deeper point; but the way in which we understand the Resurrection is just as important as its literal truth. The way in which the events of Easter morning are told is vital to our grasping its meaning. This is where the creative writing of the Gospels comes into play. It is the creativity of St. John’s account of the first Easter (which you have just heard) that can lead us into the truth of the Resurrection. St. John is an Artist. He paints for us the first morning in vivid wordpictures. The scene opens before dawn whilst it is yet dark. Three figures make their way to the garden tomb. It is empty. In a shocked and disoriented state they go to Peter and John. The two Disciples run to the tomb. They stoop; they look in, see the linen abandoned grave clothes and return (confused) to their homes. As yet the truth is only just beginning to dawn. Only Mary Magdalene lingers on; the dawn is beginning to come up; in the garden the light is slowly growing. Unseen, the gardener gently comes to her side. Gently he questions her.. why are you weeping? As he speaks her name Mary she recognises him. This, for John, as Writer of the Gospel, is the key moment. This is the moment of Recognition the moment when the meaning of the Resurrection dawns. The Resurrection is not a question about dead men rising. The Resurrection is about the recognition that Christ has Risen bodily recognisably really. Christ is alive now and always. It is about meeting. A meeting in a garden slowly, filling with rays of first light. A garden where everything is once again becoming recognisable. It is in the dawning of recognition that the meaning of the Resurrection is fully understood. Mary first, then the Disciples and slowly the whole human race (over the centuries) have the opportunity to meet and recognise the Gardener of the Human Soul. This is the narrative of the Resurrection. Not a scientific fact to be dissected coldly proved or disproved. But the truth that God is Alive for ever. (Continued on next page.) 13


Woman why are you weeping – whom do you seek? These are the first words of the Risen Lord. I began this sermon with the image of the great artist Matisse, crippled and old yet still creating wonderful works of art. Today we are celebrating and even deeper Creativity. The endless Creativity of God. The God who shows us that through Death comes Life. After Suffering comes Resurrection. This joyful Eastertide may we weep no longer and like Mary at the tomb may we seek him whom our soul desires. Jesus Christ, our Lord and our God. May God bestow upon you his Easter blessing of eternal life.. + Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen Fr. Stephen Young

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Parish notes Healing at St.Andrew’s In order to make healing available to a wider community, in addition to the Healing Mass on the first Wednesday in the month, Keith Baily is offering healing at his home, where he has a dedicated room for healing. This will be every Friday from 10 am to 11.30 am initially. To make an appointment please phone Keith of 372591. Gratitude From Isle of Thanet Gazette Friday Feb 21st 2014 Thanks to everyone for their help and support. Thank you all, the Grange Road practice community nurses who have visited me daily to do my stump wound dressing. Even on Christmas Day and Boxing Day they came. Always kind and encouraging, their expert skill is gradually healing my wound. I should also like to thank the two gentlemen – Simon and Richard of Courts Pharmacy – for their dedicated service in delivering my dressings and my husband’s and my medications, and all my friends. Lastly once again thank you to all the churches in Thanet and St. Andrew’s Church in Deal, for all their prayers offered up on my behalf. It does and has helped my belief in God is helping sustain me in my recovery. Last but not least my dear husband Stanley who is my rock. Thank you is just two simple words which have great power when you really mean it. As I do. Marie Evans Ramsgate Father Stanley and his wife Marie have been good friends of St Andrew’s for many years. It is good to know that Marie is making excellent progress and remains, as ever, cheerful and faithful.

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Re-dedication of the Browne organ, Regular readers of The Lantern will probably have been aware for some years past (8?) that the organ was undergoing restoration. F H Browne and Sons, first of Deal, now of Ash, who built the original instrument in the 1880’s undertook the restoration. Mr Paul Stubbings, organist at St Andrew’s, until February 2011, oversaw the whole project. This included fund raising, planning the specificaction of the instrument and incorporating into the scheme a chamber organ by the makers T C Lewis to provide the church with two complementary instruments capable of playing the whole repertory in services and at concerts. It was fitting then that Paul should have given the first recital on the restored organ in the presence of the Bishop of Richborough, who dedicated it, and a representative of F H Browne and Sons, together with civic representatives and members of local churches. This took place on 5th April. The pieces that Paul had chosen to demonstrate the broadest possible range of the organ’s capabilities were Praeludium in G by Dietrich Buxtehude, Chorale No. 2 in B by Cesar Frank and Plymouth Suite by Percy Whitlock. At the end of the final piece we were left in no doubt about the brilliant range of the restored instrument.

Stainer’s Crucifixion As an act of devotion and dedicated to those who have suffered as a result of armed conflict, the Swell Singers and soloists gave a performance of John Stainer’s well -loved oratorio , The Crucifixion. The accompaniment on the chamber rather than full organ gave the piece a delicate, melancholy tinge rather than the grandeur and terror normally associated with it The congregation joined in with the well-known hymns that intersperse the different sections and were clearly moved by the musical depiction of Christ’s suffering and death on the cross. The singers generously donated £160 towards The Garden of Remembrance. 16


James Tenwick. The 6th Battalion of the London Regiment – A Signalman. Somewhere in France is a place called Vimy Where an enemy’s gas shell for 4 hours buried me. Unable to walk hardly able to see T’was there I learnt of the value of the RAMC Dad 21/5/16 My father wrote this poem in my autograph album in 1941. I never heard him breath normally as a result of the experience he refers to. On December 21st 1950 I found him dead in bed aged 55 years. Wenda Telfer Note: The London Regiment was (and is) the Volunteer Regiment for London. R.A.M.C stands for Royal Army Medical Corps. A less charitable version is Rob All My Comrades. It as well to be reminded in this centenary year of the start of the Great War of those who survived the carnage but never regained full health. If you have personal memories of someone in your family who served in the war, do please send them to the Lantern editor at the office email address. The editor contributes the following: So far as I am aware, only one reasonably close member of my family served the colours in the Great War. James Goodman was my great uncle, brother of my paternal grandmother, and born in 1893. Although I never met him, my father kept in contact with him until shortly before his death in 1973. He served as a regular soldier in the 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps and early on in the war was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal which was gazetted on 16 January 1915. The citation reads ‘For gallant work in the trenches, and for constantly running messages under fire.’ He was a corporal at the time and the action, which is not referred to by name in the citation, must have taken place in late October or early November 1914. 17


This suggests that the action took place during the First Battle of Ypres, a desperate time for the BEF when it was outnumbered 5 to 1 by superior German forces and lacked adequate artillery support and a supply of reserves. The line held and the German advance was halted. 86000 members of the BEF died between 21 October and 30 November. It is reasonable to assume from the citation that James Goodman was a company/battalion runner, taking messages between H.Q and the subordinate commanders. This means that he would have been constantly exposed to shrapnel from exploding shells and to machine gun and rifle fire. So he was doubly fortunate to survive. In due course he became a sergeant before, presumably, he was invalided out of the army as a result of horrendous wounds received in a later action. He died in the Blesma Home, Southsea on 1 February 1973. The home was run by the Limbless ex-Servicemen’s Association indicating how severe my uncle’s wounds were. Not surprisingly, he remained single; yet another form of deprivation resulting from the war. I regret that my father hardly ever spoke of his uncle and never took me to meet him. It is only with difficulty that I have teased out these bare facts since my father’s deasth.

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