News Sheet for week beginning 21st October 2018
WELCOME TO OUR WORSHIP
If you are new to St. Luke’s please do make yourself known to the ministers or a member of the Welcome Team, who can give you a contact card to complete.
Please do join us after the 10:00am service for coffee which will be served at the back of church.
You might like to know that…
Pastoral Care: If you have or know of any particular pastoral need (visiting, home communion, etc) please speak to our Pastoral Coordinator, Sue Hinchliffe in the first instance (01628 784724).
|Sunday 21st October||Twenty-First Sunday after Trinity - Patronal Festival|
|8:00 am||Holy Communion BCP|
|10:00 am||Parish Communion|
|President:||Revd Sally Lynch|
|Preacher:||Revd Canon Franklin Lee|
|6:00 pm||Sundays at Six: Choral Evensong, here|
|2 Tim 4.5-17|
|Luke 10. 1-9|
|Monday 22nd||9:30 am-11:00 am||Office Open|
|Tuesday 23rd||8:30 am||Morning Prayer|
|9:30 am-11:00 am||Office Open|
|12:30 pm||Wedding Blessing|
|7:15 pm||Holy Communion|
||8:30 am||Morning Prayer|
|9:30 - 11:00 am||Office Open|
|10:00 am||Holy Communion and Healing|
|Thursday 25th||8:30 am||Morning Prayer|
|5:00 pm||Evening Prayer|
|8:00 pm||Mini Teaching Series|
|Friday 26th||8:30 am||Morning Prayer|
|5:00 pm||Evening Prayer|
|Saturday 27th||9:00 am||Morning Prayer|
|Sunday 28th October||Twentieth Sunday after Trinity - Simon and Jude|
|8:00 am||Holy Communion|
|10:00 am||Parish Communion|
|President:||Revd Nicola Hulks|
|Preacher:||Revd Nicola Hulks|
|3:00 pm||Wind and Words Concert|
|6:00 pm||Sundays at Six: Deaf Church at The Church of the Good Shepherd, Cox Green|
|Next week’s rotas under Duty Warden: Sue Hinchliffe||Readers: NT: Jean Tyrwhitt-Drake
Acolytes: Ben Darracott and Monique Masango
Intercessor: Phyl Sopp Elements: Phyl and Dave Sopp
Chalice: Matthew Burdett and Emma Cameron
Server at 8am: Sue Harbour Crucifer at 10am: Roger Clarke
Coffee: Matthew and Clare Burdett
Welcome Team: 8am: Joan Harnby
10am: Don Luff, Ben Darracott, Jilly Bevitt, Shula Tajima, Nikola, Natasha and Charlie
For your prayers
Please pray for:
The floodlighting has been sponsored this week by
76th Birthday (20th October)
(The church floodlighting can be sponsored for £10.00 a week using our online form and secure donation via PayPal. Alternatively there are forms at the back of church to complete with requests.)
What's happening at St Luke's...
WORSHIP AND SPIRITUALITY
Remembrance Sunday is on 11th November this year and especially poign-ant as we commemorate the centenary of the end of World War 1. We have a special Sundays at Six service here at St. Luke’s that evening (at 6pm). The High Sheriff of Berkshire and other guests will be join us, and members of the Church of the good Shepherd and All Saints. Please do come along to that ser-vice, which will be followed by refreshments.
Baptism Contactors: We have set a meeting for Thursday 8th November at 8pm in church to talk through some ideas and begin some ‘training’ for contac-tors. Please do come along if you’d like to.
Children’s Society Boxes Final call!: Please hand your children’s society boxes to Kristina or Ben asap.
Mini Teaching series: Biblical women. This series started last week and-will run for four consecutive Thursdays, at 8.00 pm in church. We will think about Martha and Mary, Anna, Mary Magdalene, and ‘Jesus’ female disciples’. Everyone is warmly invited to each or any session.
Memorial Service: 4th November, 4pm. The list of names to be remembered and read out are at the back of church (as last year). Please tick names that you would like to be read out this year and add any not on the list.
Come and Sing Psalms for the Common Era: A chance to sing through psalms re-written to familiar tunes on Saturday 10th November, 9.30 am—4.pm, £7.50 pp here (bring a packed lunch, drinks and cake provided). Please book a place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org This will be a really good day led by the Revd. Dr. Adam Carlill from Tilehurst – do come along and bring friends. Booking is essential so that we can provide re-sources. If you would like to purchase a copy of the book that we will be using the details are as follows: Psalms for the Common Era : Complete Psalter Anglican Edition: Hebrew Psalms in Modern Metrical English for Individuals, Choirs and Congre-gations. By Dr Adam Carlill, ISBN-13: 978-1983076534
Living and Praying with the Psalms: Saturday 1st December, at All Saints church. Led by Revd. Dr. John Bell of the Iona Community this day will be very popular so please sign up asap here in church. £5 pp – please pass payment before the day to the Parish office.
Knitted poppies: This year the W.I. will be helping us to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI by displaying knitted poppies and around church. If you would like to contribute some poppies too please take a pattern from the back of church and knit one / some. Please deliver your knitted poppies to the box at the back of church by mid-October.
Safeguarding training: The Diocese of Oxford is working towards creating a Church which is safer for everyone. There have been some significant changes in the safeguarding training modules and expectations for all Church of England communities. To that end a number of training modules have been developed. The basic ones are available to all church members and more advanced ones are essential for those who work with young people or vulnerable folk (which is quite a lot of us!). We strongly advise all members of the congrega-tion to register for the first unit (CO Basic Awareness) which can be completed online. Many people will also need to complete C1 (Foundation) which may also be done online. Team leaders will advise who should do this – but anyone can register to do so.
To access this e-learning:
Select ‘online courses’
Select C0 or C1
If you have not used the e-learning before then you will need to register as a new user. Click on ‘create new account’
Create username and password
Enter your email address and confirm this
First name and surname
City and country
Diocese- select from drop down list
Training institute-if not part of a training institution select ‘Not part of a training institution ‘ which is option 1 in the drop down menu
Enter your parish name and church role
Once you have completed a module please email Dorothy Strack Hankey, Safe-guarding officer, to let her know so that she can update our records. A new safeguarding email address will be notified next week. If you would prefer to come into the parish office and have someone work through the unit with you please email or ring Ruth and she can arrange that.
We are arranging the next levels of training (which are face to face) for those who need it, next Spring, so please can everyone complete levels CO and C1 by 31st December. Thank you. Revd. Sally
Inspire magazine: The next issue of our church magazine will be out in time for the Christmas Tree Festival. Please send me your articles and / or pictures to email@example.com by 9pm on Wednesday 7th November. Please note that I cannot accept submissions beyond the deadline. Thank you. Louisa Ellins, Editor
Keys Audit: If you hold church keys and have not yet got back to Dave Sopp please speak to him asap.
Winter Wonderland: Our Christmas Tree Festival will soon be here! On Friday 7th December, in the evening, the choir will be holding a “Winter Wonderland” concert of Christmas songs. We would welcome participation at this concert to add to the variety – maybe a Christmas poem, or a Christmas sketch, or who would like to sing or play an instrument. If you would like to take part please have a word with Adam via the parish office.
SOCIAL and FUNDRAISING
Christmas Day Lunches: Churches Together in Maidenhead are keen to hear from volunteers to help with their Christmas Day Lunch for the elderly lonely at the SportsAble venue in Braywick Road. There are opportunities to drive, serve food and befriend guests at this celebration. Please contact Lily Peacock, volunteer coordinator, on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (home) 01628 623362, (mobile) 07794 397132
Thursday Lunches: We shall be going to Stafferton Lodge for lunch on Thursday, 25th October leaving Church at 11.50am. All welcome (numbers needed) Transport will be arranged. Contact Jean T-D ON 636671 OR Phyllis 778656
Kori Stitch up: on Thursday 1st November from 2-4pm in the Community Hall, as usual. Come along for a sociable afternoon to help this area of rural Sierra-Leone. Tea and cakes and chat, as usual. Gill Curry. 01628 625196
Advent Calendar Collection: E Sergent & Son are collecting chocolate advent calendars and selection boxes on behalf of Foodshare. If you would like to donate an item please drop it off at office 118 Highstreet, Maidenhead before 19th November.
Thank you: On Monday 22nd October between 3-5pm in the community hall. Jilly and Janet are hosting an afternoon of tea, cake and nibbles. Everyone is invited. Janet Trinkwon
Keep the Home Fires Burning: Reflections for
Remembrance, Sunday 28th October, 3pm, £5 pp (incl. tea)
Keep the Home Fires Burning with Wind and Words is a recital of clarinet and poetry, about The First World War. Accompanied by piano, it combines tunes of the period with poetry, weaving them into one continuous performance. Much of the programme consists of poems written by poets who served in The Great War, including Siegfried Sassoon, Rupert Brooke, John Mcrae, Wilfred Owen and Isaac Rosenberg. The music, made famous at the time, features a range of composers including Ivor Novello, Jerome Kern and Irving Berlin.
Christmas Tree Festival: 7th—9th December
Winter Wonderland: An evening with St. Luke’s Choir, Friday 7th December, 7.30 pm, cost TBC
Autumn Talk series (all free, with retiring collection) see flyers for details:
Mike Wooldridge:, former BBC reporter
Thursday 13th November, 7.45 pm, coffee from 7.15 pm. Please note there will be no Holy Communion service this evening.
Neil McGregor: 100 Objects Thursday 29th November, 7.45 pm, coffee from 7.15 pm.
Brownies meet in the Community Hall every Thursday evening, 6:30pm - 7:45pm.
The Stars and Sparks, for children aged 3 to 15 years, meet every Sunday at 10.00am in the Community Hall, (except the first Sunday in the month, which is an all-age worship service in church).
Prayer Group 1st Wednesday in the month; 3:00pm in church
Almighty God, you called Luke the physician, whose praise is in the gospel, to be an evangelist and physician
of the soul: by the grace of the Spirit and through the wholesome medicine of the gospel, give your Church the same love
and power to heal; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you.
Reading from the Acts of the Apostles
They went through the region of Phrygia and Galatia, having been forbidden by the Holy Spirit to speak the word in Asia. When they had come opposite My-sia, they attempted to go into Bithynia, but the Spirit of Jesus did not allow them; so, passing by Mysia, they went down to Troas. During the night Paul had a vision: there stood a man of Macedonia pleading with him and saying, ‘Come over to Macedonia and help us.’When he had seen the vision, we immediately tried to cross over to Macedonia, being convinced that God had called us to proclaim the good news to them.
We set sail from Troas and took a straight course to Samothrace, the follow-ing day to Neapolis, and from there to Philippi, which is a leading city of the district of Macedonia and a Roman colony. We remained in this city for some days.
from the second letter of Paul to Timothy
As for you, always be sober, endure suffering, do the work of an evangelist, carry out your ministry fully.
As for me, I am already being poured out as a libation, and the time of my de-parture has come. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. From now on there is reserved for me the crown of righteous-ness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will give to me on that day, and not only to me but also to all who have longed for his appearing.
Do your best to come to me soon, for Demas, in love with this present world, has deserted me and gone to Thessalonica; Crescens has gone to Galatia, Titus to Dalmatia. Only Luke is with me. Get Mark and bring him with you, for he is useful in my ministry. I have sent Tychicus to Ephesus.When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, also the books, and above all the parchments. Alexander the coppersmith did me great harm; the Lord will pay him back for his deeds. You also must beware of him, for he strongly opposed our message.
At my first defence no one came to my support, but all deserted me. May it not be counted against them! But the Lord stood by me and gave me strength, so that through me the message might be fully proclaimed and all the Gentiles might hear it. So I was rescued from the lion’s mouth.
2 Timothy 4.5-17
News-sheet material to be emailed or handed in at The Vicarage by 9.00am Tuesday, please
|St Luke's Office at
Open Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30am to 11.00am,
Tel. 01628 622733 (answering machine outside office hours)
|The Reverend Sally Lynch
The Vicarage, 26 Norfolk Road
Tel: 01628 783033
Normal day off: Monday
News Sheet 21st October 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 14th October 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 7th October 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 30th September 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 23rd September 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 16th September 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 9th September 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 2nd September 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 26th August 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 19th August 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 12th August 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 5th August 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 29th July 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 22nd July 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 15th July 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 8th July 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 1st July 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 24th June 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 17th June 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 10th June 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 3rd June 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 27th May 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 20th May 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 13th May 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 6th May 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 29th April 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 22nd April 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 15th April 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 8th April 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 25th March 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 18th March 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 11th March 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 4th March 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 25th February 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 18th February 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 11th February 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 4th February 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 28th January 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 21st January 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 14th January 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 7th January 2018 (pdf)
News Sheet 24th December 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 17th December 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 10th December 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 3rd December 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 26th November 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 19th November 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 12th November 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 5th November 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 29th October 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 22nd October 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 15th October 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 8th October 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 1st October 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 24th September 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 17th September 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 10th September 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 3rd September 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 20th August 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 13th August 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 6th August 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 30th July 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 23rd July 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 16th July 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 9th July 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 2nd July 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 25th June 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 18th June 2017 (pdf)
News Sheet 11th June 2017 (pdf)
Archive of News Sheets from September 2007