Vicar: Fr Peter Wadsworth - Assistant: Fr Andrew Ferrar - Honorary Assistant Priest: Revd Caroline Wilson - Reader: Dr Michael E, - Wardens: Jeremy Harding, Jan B. - Director of Music: Dr John Winter
Assistant Clergy: Fr Roy D, Fr Peter P.


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Please pray for the repose of Althea Hayton, Lorna Sutherland.
Lord all pitying, Jesu best,
R. Grant them thine eternal rest.

Readers, Intercessors and Chalice Assistants: Please pick up your copy of the new rota from the back of the church.
Sponsored Flower Arrangements: We are offering the opportunity for you to sponsor one of the flower arrangements in Church, either on the pedestal by the statue of Mary or in the Lady Chapel. A contribution between £30 and £50 is suggested. The flowers could commemorate the memory of a loved one or the anniversary of a happy event. Fr Andrew is happy to help with any aspect of this project including a mention of the dedication in the pew sheet. The sponsor, if they wish, could help select the choice of flowers and colours. Jackie E will be pleased to discuss the scope of the flower arrangement with you.
Readers are reminded that there will usually be a large print version of the reading available on the piano. Please check before the start of the service.
If you know of anyone who would appreciate a visit from a member of St Saviour's or the Vicar, please let a Churchwarden know.
Please make use of the Church Library and bookstall.


Church Flowers: The flowers by the statue are sponsored by Mick and Mary North to celebrate their ruby wedding anniversary on Sunday 31st August.

Tots Time takes place at 10am each Friday. It will continue through August. There is a craft activity for children to take part in and communion on the first Friday in each month. If you know of any young families who might be interested, please take a flyer from the back of church.
Tots Time Summer Picnic: On Friday 29th August we are planning to have a picnic after the Tots Time service, in the garden if the weather is good. If you help at Tots Time and would like to join us for this end of summer celebration, please put the date in your diary.
Women's Group: A trip to Osprey is planned for the morning of Monday 1st September. Not far from here - Woodcock Lane just off Coopers Green Lane - there is a great coffee shop and lovely things to browse in their shops. Meet at St Saviours 10am to organise cars. It would help to know how many are coming, so let Jan or Shirley know if you plan to.
Men's Group: The next get-together will be on Tuesday 2nd September at 7.30pm at Café Rouge. Do join us for this relaxed visit to a French restaurant offering classic dishes with a contemporary twist. Please let Fr Andrew know you are coming: 01727 865903;
Palermo Pilgrimage Transport Meet: On Thursday 28th August everyone who is involved in transport for the Palermo Pilgrimage (drivers and concerned passengers (and let's face it, driving in Palermo is an adventure)) is invited to 7 Becketts Ave from 7.45pm. Note: there will be no Christmas Tree Festival Meeting that evening. Normal Christmas Tree Festival Meeting service resumes on Thursday 4th September.
Bike 'n Hike: The 2014 Beds & Herts Historic Churches Trust Bike 'n Hike event will be held from 10am to 6pm on Saturday 13th September. St Saviour's is one of the participating churches. If you would like to take part then you can contact John M (01727 869900) for a sponsorship form. If you don't feel that energetic but would like to support the event anyway then please sponsor one of our participating church members. We usually have a couple of members of the congregation who will be seeking sponsorship and we will have their names in future pew sheets. You can also sponsor the team welcoming our 'visitors' with refreshments throughout the day and a sponsorship form for this can be found at the back of church. From the sponsorship we receive, 50% will come back to St Saviours with the other 50% going to the Trust to support its excellent work.
Food Bank: The Children's Church would like to thank the congregation for their continued generosity towards the Food Bank initiative. Recently due to the restricted opening hours for delivery of the Welwyn Food Bank we have started taking your donations to the St Albans 'Feed' Food Bank based at The Vineyard church on Brick Knoll Park. They run a very similar model to The Trussell Trust offering not only food but advice and help on a range of issues; and following a pilot period of delivering donations to this project we would like to make this a permanent change. The shopping lists are similar, however I have put the list specific to Feed up at the back of the church together with their latest news letter. If you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to get in touch. Many thanks on behalf of the Children's Church, Ellie M
Anyone for Tennis? (Table tennis, that is.) If you are interested in playing table tennis regularly here at St Saviours, please speak to Jan.