Notices for Sunday 19th October 2014

St Luke


Open Door Stewards: This is Week 3 on your rota.

Harvest Collection: The Harvest collection in aid of Christian Aid raised £224.40 of this £145.00 was gift aided. On behalf of Christian Aid thank you all. Ray

Please Note: Thursday's Morning Prayer will now be at 9:15am.

Playhouse Panto - Tuesday 6th January 2015 - Sleeping Beauty £22.50
Booking and payments will be collected TODAY!

Sunday Lunch: The Friendship Group is planning to have Sunday Lunch on Sunday 26th October at 12.00 pm at the Corn Mill Chilwell. If anyone who is normally on their own would like to join us, you would be most welcome.
Contact: Cynthia Valentine Comery, Brenda Smith or Barbara Selwood

Messy Church: The next messy church is on Saturday 1st November from 3 to 5. We hope to see you there. If you have any queries then please speak to either Sally Beazley, Pam Holland, Adam Balai or Laura Usher.

All Souls' Service of Remembrance: There will be 2 services of remembrance, on Sunday 2nd November at 6:30pm and Tuesday 4th November at 1pm. If you would like anyone to be remembered by name, please add their name to the lists at the back of church.

Silverwod Service: Monday 10th November at 11am. Support would be welcome.

Baptisms: Dominic Stephen England and Riley Michael Bennett will be baptised here at 12:15pm today. Please support and pray for Dominic and Riley and their respective parents and Godparents.

Prayers: please remember these people in your prayers: Ian Macrae Smith, Janet Toseland, Avril Shaw, Margery Cooper, Jennifer Metcalfe, Jean Smith, Iris Beazley, Cyril Olds, Hugh Allton and Lyn Capstick who are sick. Remember also Father Bryan Barrodale and Pamela Wann who died in recent days, and all those who mourn.


CofE Central Newsfeed
Digest: news & blog on catholic family synod & more
Digest for weekend and Monday October 18-20
Bishops of Truro and Ely speak in House of Lords Social Justice debate
The Bishop of Truro has called for a ‘major cultural change’ in British society to recognise the need for justice for all – in particular young carers, those who use food banks and families living in poverty.
Digest: Archbishop Justin interviewed on Isil threat
Digest: Archbishop Justin interviewed on Isil threat