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Anglican Parish of Lismore 

church

Sunday 8 June, 2014

Pentecost

 

 

ST. ANDREW’S WORSHIP SERVICES

7.30am Holy Communion — Rev Alan Shaw/Rev Lyndon Mulholland/Doug Ridley 

9.30am  Lord’s Supper  — Cathy Ridd/Rev Alan Shaw/Rev Mark Harris

11am~   Wed 11th June Holy Communion—Rev Mark Harris/Russell Cook

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SERVICES IN OTHER CENTRES

10am St. Matthew’s, Dunoon, Holy Communion— Rev Lyndon Mulholland

6:30pm St. Peter’s, Goonellabah, Evening Prayer —Rev Mark Harris

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Fri 13th Jun 9:30 am Mary’s Grange, Holy Communion— Russell Cook

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“We will connect to the wider community intentionally and meaningfully seeking to bring transformation of life through faith in Jesus Christ.”

 

 


 

Sunday 8th June

Pentecost

7.30am, & midweek

Acts 2:1-21 

1 Cor 12:1-13 

 John 20: 19-23 

9.30am & 6.30pm

Acts 2:1-21 

1 Cor 12:1-13 

 John 20: 19-23 

 

 

Sunday 15th June

Trinity Sunday

7.30am, & midweek

Exodus 34:1-8 

2 Cor 13:11-13 

 Matthew 28:16-20 

9.30am & 6.30pm

Exodus 34:1-8 

2 Cor 13:11-13 

 Matthew 28:16-20 

 

 


 

~Scripture Sentence~

“Let anyone who is thirsty come to me,” says the Lord; “and let the one who believes in me drink. For out of your heart shall flow rivers of living water.”  John 7:38

 

 

 

~ PRAYER OF THE DAY (COLLECT) ~

Almighty God,

at the feast of Pentecost

you sent your Holy Spirit to the disciples,

filling them with joy and boldness to preach the gospel:

empower us with that same Spirit

to witness to your redeeming love

and draw all people to you;

through Jesus Christ our Lord,

who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and forever.

Amen.

 

 

 

 


 

praying hands

Prayer points:

  •  Our Bishop, The Right Reverend Dr Sarah Macneil.
  •  Pray for those who are striving to move in various ways from tolerance to acceptance to the celebration of various forms of human diversity, that the Holy Spirit will guide us all to unity. 
  •  Give thanks for the work and witness of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan.
  •  Give thanks for the faithful people of this Parish and for the ministry that is offered by all people.

 

The sick: Geoff Foley, Maree Kesby, Ray & Marie Cormick, Nathan Giles, Faye Scherf,  Joan Sheaffe,   Luke, Veronica, Andy Ridd, Owen Miller, John Hanger, Andrew Hutley, Len Clapham, Elaine Fragar, Norm McKenzie, Pat Thomas, Joy Hutley, Bronwyn & Bill Gray, Judy Batterham, Lisa Hawkins

 

The bereaved: We remember  Maxwell Parmenter and all who have gone before and pray for their families and friends.

 

 

 


Notices


COMMUNITY CENTENARY GIFT

Just over HALF WAY THERE

With just under 5 weeks to go before Bishop Sarah joins us on Wednesday 9th July 2014 to present our parish gift to our community, we have achieved just over HALF our target of $4000!!!

Many thanks to all those who have contributed so far.

Our gift celebrates the Centenary of the Grafton Diocese and is designed to help the Lismore Base Hospital Auxillary provide specialist health equipment. Please consider being a contributor to this Centenary Gift and take advantage of the budgeting envelopes marked “CG” available at the back of the church. Details of the presentation will be announced soon.


 

Senior Camp Ichthus

Sunday 29th June to Saturday  5th July

Camp Drewe, Lennox Head

For everyone in Years 10 to 12. Cost $250

Registration forms at the back of the church. For more information contact Camp Director: Ron Miller  0414 461 684

Email: ronmiller001@gmail.com


 

TODAY

St Thomas Wyrallah presents 

REAL Benefit Luncheon

Sunday 8th June 2014, 12:00pm

327 Tregeagle Rd, Tregeagle.

$10 a head: all you can eat soups, bread, slices and soft drinks. RSVP Charmaine 66298561 or Miriam 66 245055


 

From the Bell Ringers

Most of the senior bellringers will be away at the Bellringing Festival in Perth today and next Sunday, so the bells will not be ringing.

We did a quarter peal last Sunday and also on  Friday in remembrance of 21 sailors who died when HMAS Kuttabul was torpedoed in 1942.  The QP had approx 100 changes for each sailor . Congratulations to  Margaret Weatherby on reaching a personal milestone of 100 quarter peals rung.


 

Position Vacant

Administration Assistant

Ministry  Centre

Part Time, 3 dpw job share, assisting clergy team in a wide range of task including administration and volunteer coordination. Full duty statement available.

Contact Lorelle 66213200


 

Replacement of AHB Hymn Books

We are looking at replacing our old Australian Hymn  Books with the new “Together in Song”. These will cost $35 each and we will need 120 books. If you are interested in contributing to the cost there will be a?list at the back of the church for your name, address and amount you would like to contribute, or place an envelope marked TIS in the offertory.


 

CMS Beautiful Feet Sunday

29th June 2014

7:30 am & 9:30am Services

Guest speaker : Peter Kidd

Envelopes are available if you wish to donate to this years project of translating bibles for indigenous Australians. Please return envelopes on or before the 29th .


 

Intercessory Prayer.

Together we pray

Almighty God, fill my emptiness with the presence of the Holy Spirit, replace  my weakness with the strength of the Holy Spirit, banish my darkness with the light of the Holy Spirit. As the risen Lord empowered his disciples for new tasks in his service, may I be empowered for whatever work, great or small, is your will for me.


 

Parish Breakfast 

 21st June 2014 at 8:00 am

Our guest speaker for this occasion will be Rev. Ivan Shepherd


 

Sunday Journal

 Please collect your Sunday Journal from the back of the church.

There has been an over supply this month so copies have been reduced to $5 Please mark envelope Sunday Journal and place in offertory.


 

Parish Pantry

During May 153 food parcels were given out.  Many thanks for your continued support both with food and money.  Suggestions for donations; cans of spaghetti (with ring-pull), small cans of tuna, tea/coffee/milo, noodles, powdered milk, sugar and egg cartons.


 

INVITATION

You are warmly INVITED to attend a SPECIAL service Celebrating the Ministry of REV LEE SHIRVILL to the Anglican Parish of Alstonville and his work for the Diocese of Grafton

PLUS

FAREWELL to Lee, Rachel and family as they depart for the UK to the position of Team Rector to the Kinson and West Howe Benefice, Bournemouth in the Diocese of Salisbury.

The Service will be held at

St Bartholomew’s Alstonville

Sunday 29th June 2014  at 9am

Stay and celebrate in the Parish Ministry Centre afterwards. Light brunch will be served.?


 

Update on Parish Facebook Picture

I’ve  been asking for pictures for several weeks now and have used what I was given to make a collage, which is posted on the notice board. Please, please, please let me have any late additions. The collage will become our parish Facebook profile picture on Trinity Sunday (21st June). My email address is avridd@gmail.com if you wish to comment or have pictures to add.

From Andy Ridd


 

Clean Water Project for South Sudan

Sudanese members of our congregation are wanting to raise funds to sink a borehole and pump etc. in Thian Village so they can access clean water. A Garage sale in the parish hall is being planned to raise funds for this in the coming weeks. Date TBA. If you have any unwanted items at home for this (preferably not large bulky items such as wardrobes).

Contact John Chaundy,  ph 6624 3732 Email jwchaundy@hotmail.com or leave message at parish office.


 

A BIG THANKYOU

From our clergy team for releasing us to attend last weeks retreat. It was a time  of great refreshment and reflection.


 

Combined Churches of Lismore

Celebration

Sunday 29th June 6:30pm

Centre Church, Molesworth St Lismore

“Once Strangers now Friends”

Guest speaker: Rev Graham Long from the Wayside Chapel Kings Cross.

Theme: Blessing those from other nations who have made Lismore their home.