This week’s diary   18 – 24 March

Morning Prayer 8.30am Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. 

Evening Prayer 4.30pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

 

Monday

2.30-4.30pm Tea Together in the church room. Drop in any time for a drink and chat.

 

Tuesday

7.30 Lent group, ‘Life on the Frontline’. Meet at the vicarage.

 

Wednesday

Noon Funeral of Marjorie Smith in church

2pm   St Giles Fellowship. Alistair the pharmacist.

 

Thursday

9.30am    Holy Communion

10.15am  Lent group meets in the church room.

1.30pm    Worship at Greetwell House Care Home

 

Saturday

7.30pm Concert of sacred music by Lincoln Chorale in church. Free admission. Retiring collection.

 

Next Sunday – 24 March – Lent 3

10am Holy Communion with Laying on of hands and anointing

Noon Baptism service

4pm ‘Faith Fun and Food’

 

Other notices

‘Life on the Front Line’

Over the six weeks of Lent we shall be thinking about where our ‘front line’ is and how God might work in and through us right where we are.

Join us on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm at the Vicarage or Thursday mornings after Communion at 10.15am in church.

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Annual Meeting

Our annual meeting is on 14 April after worship. We need to elect two churchwardens (Debbie is happy to be re-elected, Teena is standing down), a new Deanery Synod representative to serve for one year and two church councillors. We are especially in need of someone to take on the role of treasurer.

Please give these roles your prayerful consideration and use the nomination forms in church.

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Chrism Eucharist

We are invited to this year’s service at the Cathedral on Tuesday 16 April at 11am. Holy Oils are blessed by the bishop and the clergy of the diocese renew their vows. Please let Nick know if you would like to attend.Free lunch included!

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Evangelism Day

A day to explore how we might better share the Good News of Jesus takes place on Saturday 11 May at Swallowbeck Church, 10am to 3.30pm. See separate leaflet for details.