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 Judith Crossley.
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Lord all pitying, Jesu best,
R. Grant her 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.

Events

This morning: Sunday 20th July, Jamie M and Poppy M will be admitted to Communion at the 9.30am Parish Eucharist. Please pray for Jamie and Poppy as they prepare to take this important step on their journey of faith.


First World War Lecture: As part of our plans to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, on Tuesday 22nd July at 8pm Fr. Peter will be giving the first of two lectures in church. The Day Before Their World Ended is a revised version of his lecture based on the two newspapers from 25th July 1914 found in the time capsule beneath the old Culver Hall.
Bible Study Home Group: The next meeting will be from 2.30-4pm on Thursday 24th July at Shirley W's house. Please let Shirley know if you will be attending or need directions (01727 839894). We are studying the epistle of James.
FOSS Trip to Rochester - Saturday 26th July: Leaving St Saviours at 9am and arriving back approx 5.15pm. £20.00 per person. Please pay The Friends of St Saviours by cheque or cash by 1st July and post to Mandy Marson, 47 Boundary Road, St Albans AL1 4DH. Any queries, contact Mandy on 07971 090092 or mandymarson@hotmail.co.uk.
World Class Recital: As part of an International Organ Festival mini-festival there will be a recital in church of Lieder by Schubert and Wolf given by two world-class performers Wolfgang Holzmair and Imogen Cooper on Sunday 20th July at 8.15pm. Tickets priced £28 and £20 can be booked on-line at www.organfestival.com or try at the door on the night.
Men's Group: By kind invitation of Redbourn Bowls Club, we will be bowling on the afternoon of Thursday 24th July followed by recovery at The Cricketers, the local hostelry on the Common. The match starts at 4pm. Lifts available from St Albans. You are welcome to join us to bowl or to support as a spectator. Please let Fr Andrew know you are coming by Sunday 20th July: 01727 865903; andrew.ferrar@gmail.com.

Day Trip to Southend: The most popular date was Monday 11th August. Please do invite family, friends and neighbours for our day out. Adults £15, children £7.50. Coach leaves at approx. 9am; back by 5pm. Contact Fran EB (eridaniball@btinternet.com) for further details.
Christmas Tree Festival: Open House at 7 Becketts Ave (Jeremy and Imogen) from 7.45pm each Thursday until further notice to attend to Christmas Tree Festival business, and to provide training and consultation on Google drive/calendar/groups to anyone wanting it. Other topics sometimes are dealt with: on the 24th July we will concentrate on the Palermo trip.
Roll of Honour 1914-1918: Once more the names of those to whom the St Saviour's War Memorial was dedicated are now to be seen. The Roll of Honour listing has a place alongside the Notice Board at the back of the Church. For those who wish to know more about these individuals there a booklet which has been produced. Tony C