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Sunday Bulletin

Sunday 30th June 2024 - All are Welcome Holy Communion 8am (Book of Common Prayer): Ben

Sung Eucharist 10am (Common Worship): Peter/Judith

Welcome to our services this Sunday, particularly if you are here for the first time. Do make yourself known to the clergy after the service and if it's after the 10am stay for coffee/tea.


HYMNS

464 Take my life, and let it be

287 Just as I am

27 Amazing grace

53 Be still, for the presence of the Lord

336 Mine eyes have seen the glory

We Pray for the Sick: Nancy C and Robin, Ivy, Danny, Lianne, Oscar, Imogen, Beryl H, Tracy, Colleen, Pat (Peters), Linda


R.I.P.: Greer


We Remember: Katherine Murchison, Rod Partlett, June Richardson,

Catherine and Edward Hamilton-Manon, George Barrington, George Bishop

 

TODAY: EVENSONG, 6:30pm: Do join us the second of our services of Evensong.

 

COFFEE MORNING, Thursday 4th at 10am. Come and join us for a cup of coffee at our regular Coffee Morning (on the way to vote or on the way back from voting).

 

THE WORLD MADE STRANGE, Thursday 4th of July at 7:00pm: Come to the first evening of our new course on the sayings and parables of Jesus at Church House (St Michael's Church Hall next to St. Michael's Church). The first session is called Inner Kingdoms, Unstable Houses.

 

FSW FOODBANK: This month Family Support Work would like donations of baked beans, tea, cereal, crisps, ketchup, tinned tomatoes, tinned potatoes/vegetables, tinned meat, cleaning products, coffee, tinned fruit, rice, toiletries. Please bring to St Anne's by this Thursday (4th). (NOT CURRENTLY NEEDED: biscuits).

 

ST. ANNE'S IS OPEN every day of the week: do feel free to come and spend some time in prayer and stillness on Thursday the 4th (Polling day).

 

PRAYER AT ST. ANNE'S. Do join us for our services of Morning Prayer, Mon-Fri, 9:15am.

Silent Prayer on Tuesday evenings at 7pm.

 

WE WANT YOUR BOOKS! Fiction, non-fiction, all subjects and genres, including children’s books for all ages. PLEASE DO check if you have any books you no longer want, and ask friends and family as well for books to donate to our Book Sale on Saturday 21st September. If you have any Lewes-specific books, please let Ashley know when you bring them. (We do NOT need National Trust property guides, A-Zs or road maps.)

 

ST ANNE'S OPENING TIMES: A reminder that the Church is open Monday to Saturday from 9:15 until 4pm for people to come in and explore the church or to spend some quiet time. (Times when church is open may vary depending on services and other events.)

ST ANNE'S WEBSITE: www.stanneslewes.org.uk - Our website offers resources for our growth in discipleship. On the website you can now find recent sermons collated in one place under the tag sermons. Also, we have a regular slot called Spiritual Reflections which aims to look at questions of faith in a fresh, imaginative way. Contact Ashley or Ben if you can't find the content.


ONLINE AND CARD TRANSACTIONS: Donations can also be made through our website (the DONATE button is in the top right-hand corner of every page).

 

A MESSAGE FROM BEN


Please feel free to phone me or drop me an email. I'll be delighted to hear from you. My contact details are:


Rev'd Ben Brown, 01273 933357, email: rectorstanneslewes@gmail.com

 

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If you would like anything added to the Notices, please speak to Ashley. ashley.price@sky.com - 01273 409410


(For items to be on next Sunday's sheet, please supply to me by Thursday)

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