THANK YOU FROM REVD CAROLINE RISDON
Thank you all for your warm welcome to my family and I. We are delighted to be here with you. I look forward to getting to know you over the coming months, so do please introduce yourself to me. My contact details are:
Revd Caroline Risdon, 07935 056 226, email@example.com
There’ll be safeguarding training for Parochial Church Council members and sidespeople – watch this space for dates. Online renewals for the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS checks) will resume shortly. All those involved will be notified.
Do let us know of anyone you wish the congregation to pray for. There are lists near the exit from church to add the names of any loved ones who have birthdays, who are ill, who have recently died or whose year’s mind we keep.
ST PAUL’S ADULT LEARNING PROGRAMME: NEW EVENTS FOR AUTUMN
St Paul’s Cathedral has published its adult learning programme for the autumn, which includes free online events on a range of topics that are open to everyone.
On Tuesday 21st September at 7pm, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks on ‘Blessed are the Peacemakers: Reconciliation in a Post-Pandemic World’. In conversation with St Paul’s Chancellor Paula Gooder, he will talk about how real reconciliation can be found, whether between nations, in our personal relationships or within ourselves. See stpauls.co.uk/learning-faith/adult-learning for more details.
We pray for:
Our local churches: Wandsworth Deanery, including St Andrew’s Church and St John the Divine, both Earlsfield; St Margaret’s, St Mary’s and All Saints, all in Putney; Holy Trinity, Roehampton; St Barnabas, Southfields; All Saints With Holy Trinity, Wandsworth;
for the bishops, priests and people of all these places
Our local schools: St Mary’s CofE Primary School, Putney; All Saints Primary School, Putney Common; Roehampton Church School
Ministries abroad: The Anglican Church of Rwanda; the Episcopal Church in the U.S., in particular the Diocese of South Dakota and the Diocese of Dallas; the Church of Nigeria, in particular the Diocese of Damaturu; the Anglican Church of Tanzania, in particular the Diocese of Dar-es-Salaam; the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, in particular the Diocese of Davao; the Church in Wales, in particular the Diocese of St David’s
Those celebrating birthdays: Julietta Palmer, Vicky Hurst
Those who are ill: Claire Mann, Richard Wheeler
Those who recently died: Pamela Williams, Miranda Nelson-Okrafo, Remi Alghali
Those whose year’s mind we keep: Mary Horton, Michael Fergusson, Brian Lover,
Sunday 25th July at 10am
Readings: Jeremiah 45: 1-5, Acts 11:27, 12:2, Matthew 20: 20- 28
The Thursday 10am Eucharist has now resumed. There are no Friday services at present.
Please send any items for inclusion in next Sunday’s news sheet to Amanda
Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday morning. Thank you.