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ST ALBAN’S CHURCH COPENHAGEN

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FOR YOUR DIARY:

FOR YOUR DIARY: STRONG MEN/WOMEN NEEDED! Wednesday 27 January 2016 at 17.00 – 18.30 HEART STARTER REFRESHER COURSE. This is the first notice of a very important training event that takes place in November every year. Please sign up - on Narthex Noticeboard if you would like to be certain that you could cope if you found yourself needing to use a heart-starter to save a life. TRYG FONDEN Nicklas Rath, Consultant and Trainer, will visit St Alban’s in November to train as many able-bodied people as possible in the use of the defibrillator, which Tryg Fonden donated to the church. Each year Tryg Fonden requires that people are trained to use this machine. One of their companies does the training. ~ 6 ~

Lent 2016 Lent begins this year on Wednesday 10 February, when there will be two services of Holy Communion – one at 10.30 and the other in the evening at 18.00. Our Lent Group this year will explore the Archbishop of Canterbury’s recommended reading for the season. Every year, the Archbishop chooses a title as his “Lent Book” and it offers a wonderful opportunity to unite with Anglicans all around the globe in studying the same material at the same time of the year. In 2016 the book in question is “I Am With You” by the Episcopal priest and theologian Kathryn Greene-McCreight. The volume, which comes with an introduction by Archbishop Justin Welby, examines the biblical portrayal of God's presence among us as light in darkness. Close readings of Scripture are woven into a framework patterned on the seven monastic hours of prayer and the seven days of creation. It is a reflective and thought-provoking guide to the solemn season of Lent. There will be two Lent Groups this year – one in Aarhus and one in Copenhagen. The Aarhus group will meet on Wednesday 2 and Wednesday 16 March at 18.00 in Møllevangs Church. Dates and times for the Copenhagen group will be announced shortly. Full details will be posted on the Saint Alban’s website. Church Walk 2016 This year’s ecumenical Church Walk (Kirkevandring) will be held on Tuesday 19 January. This annual pilgrimage around several city-centre churches, including Saint Alban’s, attracts large numbers of people – over 800 last year! The walk begins at Saint Paul’s Church, Sankt Pauls Plads at 18.30 and, having visited several churches, the pilgrims will gather for the final liturgy at the Swedish Church (Gustavskyrkan) where the preacher will be Fr. Daniel Nørgaard from Saint Ansgar’s Cathedral on Bredgade. The theme of this year’s Church Walk is from 1 Peter 2:9, “You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation.” All are welcome to come on the walk, pray with other Christians, and visit some of Copenhagen’s most beautiful places of worship. ~ 7 ~

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