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31st August 2014

Eleventh Sunday of Trinity

OUR SERVICES TODAY

8.00am Holy Communion BCP

9.45am Parish Communion

12 noon Holy Baptism of Sophie Jacques

TODAY'S READINGS

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THIS WEEK AT ST MARY'S

3rd Wednesday
2:00pm Burley Hall Communion

4th Thursday
10:00am Holy Communion (said)
19:30pm Induction and Installation Service of The Revd Dr Alastair Kirk

7th Sunday Trinity 12
8:00am Holy Communion BCP
9:45am Parish Communion
6:00pm Presentation by St Mary’s Singers 'For the Fallen'

FOR YOUR PRAYERS

R.I.P. William Pickles
Within the Church: All of us as we prepare for a new chapter at St Mary’s
In the local Community: Otley Road

Prayer Chain A small group of people from our Church commit themselves to offering daily prayers, when there is an emergency, for people who are sick and for those needing long term prayer support. If you or someone you know would appreciate our collective prayers then please contact Kelvin Newberry [863752] or names can be given to Paul

NOTICES

An evening of swing music with the "Western Valley Hotclub Band" Supporting Otley Parish Church Friday 26th September at 7.30pm Admission £8 (includes a glass of wine) Tickets from Kathryn Bennett 863672. 

A Concert with the Military Wives Choirs of York plus the Two Rivers Swing Band to be held on Saturday 11th October at Ghyll Royd School at 7.30pm. Refreshments available Tickets £10 from Kathryn & Peter Bennett 863672 / 07969540601 or Annette Hattersley 862090. Money raised to go to Military Wives Charity. 

Open door urgently needs volunteer cover. If you can make a cup of tea and welcome visitors you could help. Please phone the Parish Office on 864405 any weekday morning between 9.00am and 12 noon or drop in to Open Door. 

Induction of our new vicar at 7.30pm on Thursday 4th September. As many of you will already be aware, our new vicar, Alastair and his family have now moved into the vicarage. We are now busy planning the installation and also the much loved bun fight afterwards in the Queen’s Hall. Everyone is welcome at this service and also to the Queen’s Hall, where finger food, hot and cold drinks and wine will all be available. Thank you to all who have volunteered to help and all who are already busy getting things ready for the service. It will be a great celebration! Paul Evans
 
‘For the Fallen’ St. Mary’s singers will present a collection of songs, readings and prayers on Sunday 7th September 2014 at 6.00 p.m. in Church to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of WW1. There will be opportunities to join in with the choruses of a number of popular songs of the time before we begin to reflect upon the more serious consequences of the ‘War to End all Wars’. Refreshments will be served after the event. We are hoping to display some memorabilia ( e.g. family photographs /stories etc.) from WW1 at the back of church. If you have any items that you are willing to loan for the evening please have a word with Gill Evans or Jeanne Denny. There is no charge for this event because it is in place of evening worship. However, any donations on the night will be sent to the Royal British Legion. 

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Wanted!

1.Someone willing to look after the Parish Centre garden. The small grassed area needs cutting in the summer and the surrounding borders need to be weeded. It is a task that can be done to suit the time available to the person offering. It does not include hedge-cutting.

2. Someone to maintain the commercial dishwasher. This only entails a couple of tasks. Adding salt to the water softener and cleaning the filters about every 3 months - a 1/1½ hour job.

3. Occasional caretaking: opening/closing tasks or covering for holidays.

Call in or ring the office (01943 864405) any Tuesday morning and speak to Becky.

You would join a very happy band of Centre volunteers!

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