The Week Ahead at All Saints

The preferred food of Policemen and women everywhere. “Irish stew in the name of the law …”

The preferred food of Policemen and women everywhere. “Irish stew in the name of the law …”

If you’re reading this on Friday night you are missing out on a delicious Irish dinner. The chefs have been hard at work in the kitchen over the last couple of days and I have been driven almost insane by the wonderful smell emanating from that direction.

The hall looks amazing too - all decked out in cheerful green with shamrocks all over the place. I also just picked up a crumb of some of the Guinness cake. Oh. My. Goodness. Why didn’t I know this existed before? I’ve wasted so many years …

I’m sure it’s going to be a great night.

Here’s what’s coming up next week -

On Sunday we meet at 8:30 am and 10 am for our regular worship services.

On Tuesday 19 March at 6 pm we host the monthly Community Meal. Come along and enjoy a free meal, some companionship and a night free from washing up. All are welcome. Bring a friend.

On Wednesday at 10 am we celebrate the Eucharist before settling in for the Bible Study. This week Dudley will be looking at Luke 13:1-9. Later - at 5:30 pm - the Centering Prayer group meets in the Narthex.

On Thursday at 9:15 am the Pastoral Health Care Team comes together for prayer and the support of anyone in need. The Craft Group meets in the hall at 10:30 am.

Also on Thursday we have the first of three teaching sessions for Lent, led by Archbishop Hambidge. We meet at 6:00 pm for a light supper followed by teaching at evensong at 7:00 pm. The subject is “Sacrifice Then and Now”. Wow. He doesn’t shy away from the tricky stuff does he!

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