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St. Michael and All Angels
2 Before Advent
Welcome to St. Michael’s.
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10am All Age Eucharist
President: Revd. Dr. Angela Birkin
Introit Hymn: 368– All my hope on God is founded
Gospel Reading: Mark 13.1-8
Hymn 457: Hark, my sound, it is the Lord
Offertory Hymn: 90- Songs of thankfulness and praise
Communion Hymn: 405 Come, my way, my truth my life.
Anthem: My Soul there is a country - Parry
Recessional Hymn: 435 Glorious things of thee are spoken.
12 noon: Holy Communion
6.30 Evensong: Jan Kramer
Introit Hymn: 28– Hark what a sound
Psalm: 95 page 251
Old Testament: Daniel 3:13-30
New Testament: Matthew 13,24-30, 36-43
Anthem: Ave verum, Elgar
Hymn: 471– I to the hills will lift mine eyes.
Offertory Hymn: 547– Oft in danger.
For Our Prayers:
Anglican Communion: Bermuda (Bermuda) – Nicholas Dill
The Diocese: Please pray for PCC members, giving thanks for their commitment to the day-to-day life of parishes and churches across the Diocese.
Our Parish: Sunday Club, our children and helpers
The Departed: Neville Chamberlain
Congratulations to Revd. Tom Lusty, Team Vicar at St. Chad’s on his appointment as Vicar of St. Giles Bramhope. Tom will take up his appointment at the end of January. We pray for Tom, Helen and the boys and the congregation of St. Chad’s as they prepare for Tom’s move.
Eco-tips: The location of your fridge can make a difference in how energy efficient it is. Make sure it is out of direct sunlight and not close to the oven. Keeping it against an outside wall will help the heat it generates escape easily, and always make sure that there is a few inches’ space all around the fridge so that air can circulate.
Charity of the Season: Leeds Northwest Food Bank
We have experienced a 28.9% increase in the number of parcels we have given out in the last 6 months over the same period of time last year and we anticipate that this trend will continue or increase further with the rollout of Universal Credit. Therefore, your continued support is extremely important.
If any individuals or groups would like to decorate the window sills for Christmas, please see Glynis.
We are looking for someone to co-ordinate the lesson readers and intercessors rota. If you can help, please get in touch.
Some Future events
at St. Michael’s
21st November 7.30pm Faith Pictures
Study Course, Sugden room in the Parish Hall.
Tuesday 20th November 5.30pm Switching on of the Headingley Christmas Lights.
2nd December Advent Sunday
4.30pm Wheatfields - Lights of Love.
6.30pm Advent Carol Service
An Interfaith event, with music & food
Today Sunday 18 November 12 noon until 4pm at Kirkstall abbey visitor Centre
Includes a chance to visit the
‘Faith In Peace And War’
display in Kirkstall Abbey nave, featuring specially commissioned portraits by artist Suman Kaur
Several people have enquired about Confirmation.
If this is something that you might be interested in, or if you know someone who would like to know more, please get in touch with Tony, Angela or Jan Kramer.
Communion before confirmation is also a possibility for young people. Again, please get in touch to know more.
Congratulations to Edna Bloor who will be 101 on 25th November. Happy Birthday Edna!
Shire Oak Primary School is holding a Winter Festival of Fire on Wednesday 21st November, 3-5pm. All Welcome.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are holding a Christmas Fair on November 24th at the convent at the top of Shire Oak Road, and would be grateful for support.
Headingley Methodist Church is holding their Christmas Fair on Saturday 8th December, 12-2.30pm.
The Church of England is taking its fight against modern slavery into schools, with lesson plans, and a fun song, as part of a national competition. The Church has the primary responsibility to lead the efforts to tackle it slavery.
During the Week at St. Michael’s
Morning Prayer St. Michael’s
St. Michael’s Luncheon Club
Morning Prayer, St. Chad’s
Switching on of the Headingley Lights
Shire Oak School Winter Festival of
Morning Prayer & Holy Communion,
Rota Meeting, St. Chad’s Parish Centre
Morning Prayer, St. Michael’s
Midday Prayer, All Hallows
Sunday 25th November
Christ the King
Holy Communion, St. Chad
If you know anyone who is ill or would like a
visit, please let the Vicar know.
Email Team Rector Tony Whatmough by clicking here
0113 274 3238/07711335050
(Tony takes Saturday as his day off.)
Parish Office: 275 4053
Curate: Revd. Dr. Angela Birkin
0750 605 6185
Parish Office: 275 4053
Parish Hall Bookings: 275 1939
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