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PEW LEAFLET

All Saints and All Souls

30 October 2016

Vicar: Revd Dan Tyndall

Collect

O almighty God,

who hast knit together thine elect

in one communion and fellowship

in the mystical body of thy Son Christ our Lord:

grant us grace so to follow thy blessed saints

in all virtuous and godly living

that we may come to those inexpressible joys

which thou hast prepared for them that unfeignedly love thee;

through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord. Amen

8.00am Holy Communion

President: Revd Dan Tyndall

9.30am All Saints Eucharist

President: Revd Peter Dill

Preacher: Revd Dan Tyndall

11.15am Choral Mattins

Officiant: Bryan Anderson

6.30pm All Souls Evensong

Officiant: Revd Dan Tyndall

Sunday School move forward during the Gloria.

Coffee will be served at the West End following the Eucharist. All are welcome.


Service Details

9.30 am All Saints Eucharist

see separate order of service

11.15 am Choral Mattins (p1)

Introit

First Hymn

Responses

Hail glorious spirits - Tye

381 Jerusalem the golden

Rose

Psalm 15 (p 360)

First Lesson Isaiah 35.1-9

Te Deum

Stanford in Bb

Second Lesson Luke 9.18-27

Jubilate

Anthem

Offertory Hymn

Stanford in Bb

Give us the wings of faith Bullock

444 Rejoice today with one accord

6.30 pm All Souls Evensong

see separate order of service


A Reading from the letter of Paul to the Ephesians

Ephesians 1.11-end

In Christ we have also obtained an inheritance, having been destined according

to the purpose of him who accomplishes all things according to his counsel and

will, so that we, who were the first to set our hope on Christ, might live for the

praise of his glory. In him you also, when you had heard the word of truth, the

gospel of your salvation, and had believed in him, were marked with the seal of

the promised Holy Spirit; this is the pledge of our inheritance towards

redemption as God’s own people, to the praise of his glory.

I have heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love towards all the saints,

and for this reason I do not cease to give thanks for you as I remember you in

my prayers. I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory,

may give you a spirit of wisdom and revelation as you come to know him, so

that, with the eyes of your heart enlightened, you may know what is the hope

to which he has called you, what are the riches of his glorious inheritance

among the saints, and what is the immeasurable greatness of his power for us

who believe, according to the working of his great power. God put this power

to work in Christ when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right

hand in the heavenly places, far above all rule and authority and power and

dominion, and above every name that is named, not only in this age but also in

the age to come. And he has put all things under his feet and has made him the

head over all things for the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who

fills all in all.

Reader: This is the word of the Lord.

Response: Thanks be to God.


The Gospel

Hear the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Luke: Luke 6.20-31

Response: Glory be to thee, O Lord

Then Jesus looked up at his disciples and said:

‘Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of God.

‘Blessed are you who are hungry now, for you will be filled.

‘Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh.

‘Blessed are you when people hate you, and when they exclude you, revile

you, and defame you on account of the Son of Man. Rejoice on that day and

leap for joy, for surely your reward is great in heaven; for that is what their

ancestors did to the prophets.

‘But woe to you who are rich, for you have received your consolation.

‘Woe to you who are full now, for you will be hungry.

‘Woe to you who are laughing now, for you will mourn and weep.

‘Woe to you when all speak well of you, for that is what their ancestors did to

the false prophets.

‘But I say to you that listen, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you,

bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you. If anyone strikes

you on the cheek, offer the other also; and from anyone who takes away your

coat do not withhold even your shirt. Give to everyone who begs from you;

and if anyone takes away your goods, do not ask for them again. Do to others

as you would have them do to you.’

Reader:

This is the Gospel of the Lord.

Response: Praise be to thee, O Christ.


For Our Prayers

The Anglican Church

We pray for the diocese of Bermuda and the Rt Revd Nicholas Dill and within

our deanery for Bishop Mike.

The World

We pray for the people of the Iraqi city of Mosul, that they may stay safe

during these difficult times.

The Community

We pray for our Sunday School and the Mary’s Meals contributors.

We also pray for the bereaved and people who only worship here occasionally.

Recent Prayers

Martin and Valerie Lee, Donald Wood, Joy Stevens, Ruth Goodman,

Rita Button, John Chambers.

Our Ongoing Prayers

Mary Lane, Sue Shanahan, Graham Sutton, Vivien Rodman, Valerie Sage,

Mandy and Joe, Helen Wilkins, Wilfried Heinemann, Joan Wright, Lizzie Rees,

Peter Creed, Christina Braun, Keith Willcocks, Caitlin Fish and Dick Allison.

The Departed

Paul Floe, Marion Pell, Roy Dash, Paul Forrest.

World War I Commemoration

We remember Private Arthur George Nott from the Worcestershire Regiment

who died 5 November aged 20 (choir man).

Years’ Mind

Ivor Taylor, Ada Durbur, Clifford Ansett, Ethel May Stevens, Hilda James, John

Drummond.

Prayer for the Week

We give back to you O God, those whom you gave to us.

You did not lose them when you gave them to us

and we do not lose them by their return to you.

Your dear Son has taught us that life is eternal and love cannot die…

You have told us that you are preparing a place for us: prepare us also for that

happy place, that where you are we may also be always,

O dear Lord of life and death. William Penn


DEVELOPMENT PROJECT NOTICES

OPEN EVENING 8PM TUESDAY 15 NOVEMBER Find out about the development plans and

ask any questions. Purcell will talk about the development options and the Lottery

bid; Jenny Gaschke from Bristol Museum will talk about William Hogarth’s altarpiece

that we hope to bring back to Redcliffe and Revd Dan Tyndall will talk about the

emerging plans for the church centre site and Prewett Street.

OTHER NOTICES

FLOWERS This week the flowers in the pulpit are in memory of Ada and Bill Durbur

and the flowers in the West End are in memory of Esther Musgrave and Lily Pearce.

FEMINIST THEOLOGY GROUP 8PM MONDAY 31 OCTOBER To discuss chapters 2 & 3 of The

Kindness of God by Janet Soskice. Please read the chapters and come to Kat

Campion-Spall’s house, please contact Kat if you would like to come. All welcome.

SUNG COMPLINE will be sung by the boys’ choir on Tuesday 1,8,15,22 November in

the South Transept from 7.30-7.50pm to mark the ‘Kingdom’ Season, at the end of

the church’s year, before the season of Advent - the start of the liturgical calendar.

WELCOME PETER RIGNALL OUR NEW OPERATIONS MANAGER You can contact Peter on

Email: peter.rignall@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

HYMN SING-ALONG Wednesday 2 November 11am at Faithspace CC. All your

favourite hymns – singing the first and last verses so they get through more wellloved

hymns. Chat over tea and biscuits at the end. Contact Rosemary Kingsford.

THIS PRECIOUS EARTH Jonathan Bielby presents an interesting and entertaining

evening, thinking about climate change in words and music, in church on Saturday 5

November at 7.30 pm. See leaflet at back of church. Tickets £10 including drinks.

REDCLIFFE REMEMBERS Sunday 13 November at 6.30pm. Special music and readings

for Remembrance Sunday with violin solos by Petronella Dittmer.

PAT TERRY is stepping down as Parish Administrator at the end of November after 14

years in the role. We want to present her with a gift, so if you would like to make a

contribution, please give it to one of the Churchwardens by 20 Nov. Thank you.

MARY’S MEALS BACKPACKS APPEAL Thank you for your marvellous response, we shall be

sending at least 80. Contents are now needed such as pens, pencils, crayons, felt

tips, notebooks, children’s clothes, toothpaste, toothbrushes and soap. Please bring

your contributions to church on or just before Advent Sunday 27 Nov. Thank you.

TREEFEST 2016 RUNS 9-14 DECEMBER We need 48 members of the church to help

welcome visitors and encourage donations. Please sign up on the board on the

church shop gates. Further information: Marcus Ashman or www.treefest.org.uk


This Week at St Mary Redcliffe

Morning and Evening Prayer is normally said in the Lady Chapel,

Monday – Friday at 8.30am & 4.30pm. All are welcome.

Monday 31 October

12.30 pm Faith Food Faithspace CC

8.00 pm Feminist Theology Group 2 Colston Parade

Tuesday 1 November

10- 12 noon Coffee Morning Faithspace CC

12.30 pm Holy Communion St John’s Chapel Kat Campion-Spall

6.30 pm Christian Meditation Faithspace CC Lewis Semple

6.30pm Boys Choir Practice

7.30pm Sung Compline South Transept Boys Choir

Wednesday 2

11.00 am Hymn Sing-along

Faithspace

12 noon Redcliffe Lunch Club

Faithspace

2.30 pm Redcliffe Film Club Far from the Madding Crowd Faithspace

Thursday 3

12.30 pm Holy Communion Lady Chapel Revd Peter Dill

1.15 pm Organ Recital Ed Jones Exeter Cathedral

4.15pm Girls Choir Practice

Friday 4

6.30pm Boys Choir Practice

7.00 pm Full Choir Practice

Saturday 5

7.30pm ‘This Precious Earth’ Concert - Jonathan Bielby & Soloists

8.00am

Holy Communion

President: Revd Dan Tyndall

9.30am

Sung Eucharist

Services Next Sunday 6 November 2016

Third Sunday before Advent

President: Revd Dan Tyndall

Preacher: Revd Chris Rose,

Director Amos Trust

Readings: Job 19.23-27a

2 Thessalonians 2.1-5, 13-17

Luke 20.27-38

11.15am

Choral Mattins

Officiant: Denise Reynolds

Readings: Isaiah 2.1-5

James 3.13-end

6.30pm

Choral Evensong

Officiant: Revd Dan Tyndall

Preacher: Revd Kat Campion-Spall

Readings: 1 Kings 3.1-15

Romans 8.31-end


Contacts

Parish Office 0117 231 0060

parish.office@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

12 Colston Parade, Redcliffe, Bristol, BS1 6RA

Administrator Pat Terry 0117 231 0063

pat.terry@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Operations Mgr Peter Rignall 0117 231 0060

peter.rignall@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Vicar Rev Dan Tyndall 0117 231 0068 0776 929 6220

dan.tyndall@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Associate Vicar Rev Kat Campion-Spall 0117 231 0070 0750 631 0564

kat.campion-spall@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Churchwardens Marion Durbur 0117 942 2196

marionatberkeley@talktalk.net

Richard James 0117 966 2291

richard@bristolbound.co.uk

Director of Music Andrew Kirk 0117 231 0065

andrew.kirk@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Head Verger Matthew Buckmaster 0117 231 0061

matthew.buckmaster@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Redcliffe Care Hannah Currant 0117 231 0071

hannah.currant@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

Education Sarah Yates 0117 231 0072

sarah.yates@stmaryredcliffe.co.uk

The Small Print:

Children are very welcome at all our services and during school terms

we have a Sunday School during the 9.30 Sung Eucharist.

Please ring the parish office if anyone is in hospital or needs Visiting.

If you are new to us please fill in the Newcomers leaflet and hand it in.

There is a Loop System in the nave, but you’ll need to use the T position.

Toilets and baby changing facilities are in the Undercroft and there is

a level access Portaloo by the South Porch.

Collections are taken during each service to help fund the on-going

work of the church. If you pay tax in the UK please use a Gift Aid

envelope so that we can make your donation go further.

Please switch off your Mobile Phone and

Please do not take Photographs or record any part of the service.

Copyright: acknowledgement (where not already indicated above):Bible passages are from The New Revised

Standard Version of the Bible copyright © 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of

Churches in the USA. Used by permission. All Rights Reserved. Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the

Church of England, material from which is included in this service is copyright, © The Archbishops’ Council, 2000.

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