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The Parish of St Mary, Richmond with St Michael & All Angels Hudswell Sunday 15th July 2018. Trinity 7 We offer a warm welcome to any visitors who are here with us today. Please stay for refreshments after the service. This morning’s service is for everyone and if needed there is a children’s area at the back of church. Lord’s Prayer and Communion Cubes for children are available for anyone to use during the service. Please just ask if you would like to borrow one. There is an induction loop system in the church for those who would find it useful.

Large print hymn and service books are available. Please ask one of the sidespeople. Today. 8.00am Holy Communion Readings: Amos 7:7-15, Ephesians 1:3-14, Mark 6:14-29 10.00am All Age Worship Wednesday 18th July 9.15am Holy Communion Thursday 19th July 10.30am Holy Communion

(Holy Trinity)

Sunday 22nd July. 8.00am Holy Communion Readings: Jeremiah 23:1-6, Ephesians 2:11-end, Mark 6:3034, 53-end 10.00am Sung Eucharist 4.00 pm Café Church


PRAYER REQUESTS Please pray for: Those mentioned in the Daily Prayer Calendar in the magazine. All those in particular need of God’s comfort and healing, including, Liz Atkinson, Harry Bell, Michelle Emptage, Mary Evans, Eilidh Hallett, Mary Hartnell, Doreen Hooton, Stephen Lambert, Harriet Ridley, Don Wade, Carole Ward, Josh Winch, Christopher White, David Willey and all the patients at the Friary Hospital. We commend unto God’s merciful keeping those who have recently died. We pray that God will bring comfort to all who mourn their loss, including Albert Catt and Jean Randall. Also those whose anniversaries fall during the coming week: 15th 16th 18th 19th 20th 21st

Donald Robertson, David Bisicker George Jennings Duncan Haggie Ray Layton, Barbara Copley Robert Clark Maureen Walters

BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE – Any names to be entered in this Book should be given to Alexe Roberts (01609 881 216) along with the date of death and a donation of £5. Café Church - Due to the possibility of England participating in the World Cup final, we decided to postpone Café Church from today to Sunday 22nd July at 4pm. Our guest in conversation with Bishop John Pritchard will be our very own rector Martin. Cake, coffee and compline. All are welcome. The Happy Bodgers – Are you in need of some small practical assistance? Then perhaps the Happy Bodgers may be able to help. Why not give us a call on 01748 826803 and John Dickinson will see if they can help and take it from there.


Two of our choristers, Andrew (11) and James (13), are cycling the Richmond2Richmond (Surrey to Yorks) route in the first week of August. More details can be found by Googling 'lunn and weston boys virgin money giving'. Thank you for the huge support so far and please spread the word. "Do good, undo harm." St Marys Mothers Union would like to thank everyone for the part they played in our annual band concert. Thank you to Brian and Reeth Brass for such a lovely programme of music. Thank you to the Mothers Union members for their organisational skills, delicious tea and obtaining wonderful raffle prizes. Most of all thank you to all who came and gave so generously helping us to make over £900 for Mother’s Union projects, mostly local but also in the diocese and the world. Thank you. DATES FOR THE DIARY Wednesday 18th July at 2pm. The Women’s Fellowship meet in the Town Hall. The speaker will be the Rector of Richmond the Revd. Martin Fletcher. All welcome. As usual, there will be no meeting of the Fellowship in August. Sunday 22nd July. Strawberry Tea at Marrick Priory. The Locomotion Morris Dancers will entertain us, strawberries and cakes are in preparation, the usual activities are there, all we need now are guests to enjoy the afternoon with us. Cars can be parked in the field at Grinton and buses will collect from there and Reeth bus stop from 2.30pm to just after 3pm, or you could take a pleasant walk along the road. No tickets, just donations. Monday 6th August at 12.30pm-1.30pm. Barnsley Youth Choir Concert. “Joy” at St. Mary’s Church. This concert is been held by the choir as they make their way up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to help raise funds for St. James Church Building project. Melsonby. Tickets are £10 for adults and are available


on the door or from Castle Hill Bookshop and The Green Howards Museum. Saturday 25th August. There will be a Plant and Produce Sale at St Mary’s. Anyone with spare plant pots or empty jam jars could you please leave in box at back of church, likewise anyone who has spare plants or would like to make jams, jellies or chutneys for the sale please take as needed. Thank you. Any queries Susan Scrafton 824106. Fridays from 10.00 to 12.00. The Knit2gether Group meets in the Restaurant at Greyfriars, Flints Terrace, Richmond. We are a friendly group of crafters encompassing all ages and abilities, who like to meet to knit, crochet, sew and chat. Each bringing their own creative project to work on and enjoy sharing knowledge and skills whilst having fun and fellowship. New members always welcome.

All notices for the next pew sheet to Claire Murray by Wednesday please. Contacts Rector Tel: E Mail:

Rev’d Martin Fletcher 01748 821241 fletcher_martin@yahoo.co.uk

Administrator: Pew Sheet: Tel: E mail:

Claire Murray

Church Wardens: Tel:

David Frankton 01748 823531

Tel:

Roy and Janet Morel 01748 823278

Website:

www.richmondhudswellparish.org.uk

07737482611 pa.richmondhudswellparish@gmail.com


Pew Sheet 15th July 2018  
Pew Sheet 15th July 2018  
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