InChurch – Saturday 28th May – 18:00 – ‘Service of Evensong’ as part of the Katholikentag programme in Stuttgart
We will be welcoming guests from all over Germany who have come to Stuttgart to celebrate Katholikentag – expect a full church and be ready to lend a hand to those who may be unfamiliar with the building and service.
AtHome – anytime Online
There are other liturgies to choose from and our choir archive to dip into here.
Bible Readings for Sunday: Ezekiel 36:24-28 and Acts 16:16-34 and Revelation 22:12-21 and John 17:20-26
Collect for Sunday: Risen, ascended Lord, as we rejoice at your triumph, fill your Church on earth with power and compassion, that all who are estranged by sin may find forgiveness and know your peace, to the glory of God the Father.
OnZoom – Wednesdays@18:00 – Diocesan Lenten Vigils with Prayers for Peace in Ukraine. Vigil with Prayers information
OnZoom – Bible Study Group – Wednesdays@19:30 – with Revd_Solomon_Benjamin (code from firstname.lastname@example.org)
OnZoom – Sundays@21:00 – Compline lasting around 20 minutes
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Our final social event to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of HRH Queen Elizabeth II There will be singing, toasting and cake! Invite your friends – share our FaceBook Event – share the flier here.
The more the merrier!
It’s not too late to request a hymn
(with explanation for why you would like it) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Nacht der offenen Kirchen – Saturday 4th June
Invitation to join the Pfingstmontag celebrations in Stuttgart – Monday 6th June
- this coming week for the thousands of visitors to Stuttgart and the Katholikentag – that they may find a warm welcome and God’s life-giving presence and his abundant blessings
- for those visitors who will join us for Evensong as part of the Katholikentag programme – that they may find a warm welcome and God’s life-giving presence and his abundant blessings
- for those guests who come to the monthly refugee “Kleiderkammer’ event this sunday
- for those guests who come to the monthly AK/AC “Kathy’s Vesper” event this sunday
St. Catherine’s is a self-supporting church. If you are new to St. Catherine’s or have not yet set up a regular bank transfer, please give what you can online via our virtual collection plate.
We have resumed having a Retiring Collection at services for any visitors and for those who prefer to ‘give’ in cash.
If you would like to support the Diocesan Appeal for Ukraine more information can be found here please give directly.