OutdoorChurch – Solitude – Sunday @11.00 – 12.00 Harvest Eucharist – a Short Eucharist (optional picnic thereafter) – Full details and sign up form can be found here
AtHome – Sunday anytime Online –
Bible Readings this weekend Creation4:
Esther Ch7-9 Psalm 124 James 3.13-20 Mark 9.38-50
There are liturgies to choose from and our choir archive to dip into here.
OnZoom – Sunday @21.00 – 21.30 ‘Compline’ – short prayerful service to conclude the weekend – code from firstname.lastname@example.org
OnZoom – Wednesday @19.30-2015 Bible Study Group – code from email@example.com
We also pray for:
- for all places in conflict and those working for peace and justice
- for all places with natural disasters and/or climate change distress and those bringing Relief
- for those anxious or fearful of the pandemic as well as the vaccines and variants
- for those travelling for work or leisure
- for September baptism anniversaries and birthdays
- Gathering4Worship – Sign up for Sundays in October
- 23rd October – St. Catherine’s Open House Fund-raiser
- Return2Church next on Saturday 30.10. @17.00
- ZoomCoffee next on Sunday 31.10. @10.30
Over the next couple of weeks you may well be approached by a variety of people to help with their section of our Open House Fundraiser – Christopher takes the first turn here.
“Them that takes cakes,
Which the Parsee-man bakes
Makes dreadful mistakes.”*
But … Them that bakes cakes
For St Catharine’s bakes
Makes … no mistakes whatever, but is sure of doing Good Works!
Gudrun and I are co-ordinating the home produce stall at our mini-bazaar. Dundee cakes are about my mark, and Gudrun can turn her hand to anything, but we need lots of help!
Please, if you can make a cake, jar of jam or chutney (or several) to be sold from the stall: packaged to take home, let us know (email Christopher firstname.lastname@example.org ) if possible about a week beforehand.
If your thing is small scale cakes: scones, muffins, cup-cakes, biscuits – for immediate consumption – then Edeltraude and team would love to have these on the outside refreshment stall. The more the better! Our aim is to have enough to bury the Bohnenviertel.
(and, of course, bring people to the bazaar to eat the cakes; compel them to come in.)
Please consider how best to package your offerings hygienically so that they and we can be kept safe!
Christopher Sloan – email@example.com
*Rudyard Kipling – Just So Stories
If you have the means to do so, please give what you would have put in the weekly collection plate via bank transfer.
Kontoinhaber : Friends of the English Church e.V.
IBAN: DE39 6009 0100 0587 2530 02
Bank: Volksbank Stuttgart
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