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Sunday Bulletin

Sunday 24th March 2024 - All are Welcome

Holy Communion 8am  (Book of Common Prayer): Ben Sung Eucharist 10am (Common Worship): Ben

HYMNS

11 All glory, laud and honour

435 Ride on, ride on

465 Take up thy cross

346 My song is love unknown

426 Praise to the Holiest in the height

We Pray for the Sick: Tony, Robin and family, Doreen, Jean, Ivy, Danny, Lianne, Oscar, Imogen, Beryl H, Tracy, Colleen, Pat (Peters), Linda.


We Remember: George Walter, Dorothy Parrott, Jack Partlett


 

PALM SUNDAY LUNCH (Today): Thank you to everyone who has put their name down for today's simple lunch for Palm Sunday, we will be serving around 12pm.

 

HOLY WEEK is a spiritual journey with Christ through struggle and darkness and into the mystery of the resurrection. Do join us this week at St Anne's. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, we will have our contemplative services of Communion with periods of silence and a short reflection. On Thursday we will have our Communion service for Maundy Thursday with foot washing. All these services are at 7:30 pm. On Good Friday we have a shared service with St Michael's here at St Anne's at 2:00 pm. On Easter day we will celebrate the resurrection and the new life of Easter at our services of Communion at 8am and 10am.

 

MORNING PRAYER continues throughout Holy Week, Monday to Friday at 9:15am. Silent prayer returns on Tuesday the 2nd of April at 7pm.

 

LUNCHTIME CONCERT, Thursday 28th 1:10pm: Trio Salona, Adam Barker (violin), Sarah Carvalho-Dubost (cello) and Louisa Lam (piano). Programme to include works by Haydn and Mendelssohn. The concert lasts about 40 minutes. Free entry with Retiring collection.

 

ANNUAL GOOD FRIDAY WALK OF WITNESS: You are invited to join the annual Good Friday Walk of Witness on Friday 29th March at 6pm. The procession will depart from the top of Irelands Lane (by St.Pancras' church and St. Anne's church) and process behind the Cross through the town to the Mount.

 

FAMILY SUPPORT WORK: Phillipa, a Senior Practitioner at FSW, has been working with a family in need for 2 years.  After a long wait, they have finally been moved to a 2 bed flat.  Phillipa has accessed grants to get a cooker and washing machine and they have beds and have bought some fabric wardrobes, but now have run out of money (having paid for the move etc.). Phillipa is on the lookout for items to help them make their new flat feel more like home. She specifically wants: drawers, toy boxes, book shelves/cube storage, Coffee table (not glass), Dining table (small or one that folds/drop leaf) and dining chairs, Toddler chair for sitting at the table, Bedside tables/side tables, Rugs (currently only hard flooring so nowhere for 3 year old to play on the floor), Lamps/lightshades, Curtains (especially thermal/black out). If you can help out with any of these items, please contact Phillipa on 01273 832963, email: phillipa@familysupportwork.org.uk

 

2024 ELECTORAL ROLL REVISION: A reminder that Application Forms for Enrolment on the 2024 Electoral Roll are in the wallet on the Font. Completed forms should be placed in the named brown envelope alongside. The closing date for applying is next Sunday, 31st March. Members of the congregation whose names are on the 2023 Electoral Roll DO NOT need to complete a new form. 

 

ST ANNE'S WEBSITE: www.stanneslewes.org.uk - This is a reminder that 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

 

DIARY

The Church website www.stanneslewes.org.uk has a diary, showing all the dates of things happening within the church. Click on "What's On" and select "Diary".

 

FOLLOW ST ANNE'S CHURCH ON SOCIAL MEDIA

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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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