Notices for weekend 9th/10th January – Epiphany
- +late insert+ ‘Riots in the White house – how do we pray in such (and similar) times’ a One-off discussion on Zoom this Sunday @11.30 to join in please let the Chaplain know so she can send you the code (email@example.com)
- R2C – A service for Epiphany at 17:00 on Saturday 9th January in church. Please book yourself in now for the service as spaces will be limited. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- HomeChurch – resources for Epiphany will be available from Sunday morning.
- ZoomCompline – Every Sunday evening starting at 21:00. If you’d like to join in please let the Chaplain know so she can send you the code (email@example.com).
- ZoomCoffee – Every Sunday morning @10.30. If you’d like to join in please let the Chaplain know so she can send you the code (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Time to look out old photos? St. Valentine’s Day (14th February) is a time when we traditionally think of love. As it looks likely we will still be restricted in our social interactions in the coming weeks, maybe we can remind each other what we looked like on our wedding day or our first date with our partner or the first meeting with a special person in our lives… if you dig out and send in a photo, we will create a gallery and you can see who you recognise. (and hopefully in the process will relive some happy memories) please send to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Views from the Pews (or the sofa) – At the beginning of the week a post is sent out to all those on the St. Catherine’s mailing list. Mostly this is the Chaplain musing, but from time to time we have had “views from the pews”: members of the congregation writing a piece about something that is currently on their mind.
Do you have something you wish to share? At the end of January/beginning of February we have slots available – please contact the Chaplain and Webmaster for more details… email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
– for all who have their baptism anniversaries in January (Ada and Jodin and Lois plus any adults) and for all who celebrate a birthday this month
– for the roll out of vaccines across many parts of the world
– for all who need a ‘fresh start’ in life
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