Please pray for the repose of the souls of the recently
departed: Joyce Cross.
V. Lord all pitying, Jesu blest,
R. Grant her thine eternal rest.
: rehearses after church in the small committee
room off the hall, for 20 minutes, while parents have coffee.
The children work towards RSCM badges. The choir usually perform
a piece on major festivals such as Mothering Sunday, Easter, Pentecost,
Harvest. Remembrance Sunday, Christmas and Candlemas. Please speak
to Gloria W.
Annual Revision of the Electoral Roll:
The annual revision
of the Electoral Roll will take place from Sunday 2nd March to
Sunday 16th March. If your name is not upon the 2013/14 list,
on the Notice Board at the back of the Church, and you wish to
be included, please speak to Fr. Peter or one the Stewards. The
application forms are on the back table. Once completed please
return before the closing date to Fr. Peter or a Steward.
Lay Ministry Survey:
The diocese is planning a strategy
for lay ministry and they are keen to have views from lay people
about how they see their role and ministry within the Church.
They are encouraging people to fill in a brief on-line survey.
Do give it a go and have your say on www.surveymonkey.com/s/LayMinistry.
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
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