Reading Rota – would you be willing to read the Old Testament or New Testament lesson during a service? If so please e-mail email@example.com with your availability and we will allocate you a reading.
Planning in advance allows readers to prepare and also means that readers aren’t just drawn from people who arrive early for services.
Sundays@10 – Discussion Group
Sunday 28th January @10:00
– What are you looking for? From: Twenty Questions Jesus asked.
(advanced registration required – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not yet have a copy of the book, please let us know asap)
Chaplain’s wish list
You’ve read the Chaplain’s wish list – but it is a struggle for a shepherd to guide a flock that he doesn’t really know, so why not drop in for a chat. Your Chaplain is available at the Anglican Centre Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00-14:00 or would be happy to make an appointment with you at the Anglican Centre, in your home or somewhere else at a time that suits you.
You could even let him know your vision for St. Catherine’s. What is it? Where do you (and your family) fit into it?
Let him know on email@example.com
Zoom transmission of services
On Christmas Day we trialled offering the option to join our worship via Zoom.
The technical team have concluded that for this to work we need a CoHost who is taking part in the worship from home.
The question is:
Are there people who can’t join us in person who would benefit from this option?
Is there anyone who can’t make it to Stuttgart for the service but would like to join us and is willing to take on this role?
If either of the above apply to you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- we pray for each other – those in our church community who we shared the peace with last Sunday and those who we have not seen for sometime
- we pray for Kleiderkammer as it takes place this Sunday afternoon, for those who serve and those who are served
- we pray for the marginalised and dispossessed