This pew sheet is also being emailed to all members of the All Saints’ email database. If you would like to be added to this database please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Any notices to be included in the Pew Sheet should be emailed to Karen in the church office by 10 am on Thursday.
Live Streaming of Services – Live streaming of the Sunday and Wednesday Eucharist services and Morning and Evening Prayer services will continue to be available on the All Saints’ Facebook page.
Faith Online – Telephone 01689 495014 to listen to extracts from the Sunday and Wednesday Services by choosing from the six options available (i.e Lord’s Prayer, Gospel Reading, Psalm, Anthem, Hymn, Sermon).
Giving to the Church – If you are not able to attend services at the moment, you are encouraged to support the parish by making a donation. One-off donations can be made via our website www.allsaintsorpington.org.uk. There is a “Donate now” link in the right hand column on the front page of the site. Regular donations can be given through the stewardship scheme. Please contact David Laker (01689 834820, email@example.com) for details.
Home Communion – If you have been unable to attend church services and would like to receive Holy Communion, the Vicar and Lay Ministers will be able to bring the sacrament to you. Please phone the Church Office (01689 832031) to request a visit.
Magazine please send your articles for the magazine to Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org
New prayer requests should be sent to the church office on email@example.com
In Need of our Prayers
We pray for the Church, for Archbishop Justin, Bishop James, Archdeacon Paul and John our Area Dean. We pray for the Country, the Queen, Parliament and the leaders of the nations of the world.
We pray for all key workers who continue to serve the nation during the pandemic. We also pray for those who are seeking employment.
Please pray for the schools linked to All Saints: for the staff, the pupils and their families.
We pray for a right and proper use of the world’s natural resources.
In the Anglican Cycle of prayer – Pray for The Scottish Episcopal Church
In the Diocesan Cycle of prayer – Pray for The Rev Canon Dr Helen Burn, Area Dean; Mr Rob Mills, Lay Chair
In the Bromley & Bexley Archdeaconry – Pray for Steve Spencer, St Augustine with St Luke, Bromley Common, Sophie Sutherland, Ass. Priest, St Peter and St Paul, Bromley, Neil Coleman, St Barnabas, Cray
we also pray for
(those in bold have been recently added)
The people of Tanzania, Judy Atkinson, David Blackman, Emily Dixon, Bryan Donkin, Cliff Earl, Richard Fraser,
Jean Fribence, Brenda Gooding, Ralph Ingram, Ron Jeffries, Julia Jeffery, Carol King, Jenny Luchmun,
George McCormack, Kath Misselbrook, Vivien Nicholas, Dennis & Elsie Page, Heather Parker, Noah Russell,
Jenny Scrivener, Giselle Taylor, Paul Taylor, James & Sarah Thomas, Rose Tierney, May Too, Toby Too, Simon Ward,
Ron White, Ann Wright, Roma Wright, Rachel, Scott,
Those who have died recently – may they rest in peace and rise in glory
Victoria Ann Diles and John Williams
Anniversaries of the deaths of loved ones
Mary Rice, Dorothy Wild, Edwin E Hyde, Edwin J Hyde, Mary Hyde, Mabel Robinson, Vivien Jones, Netta Johnson,
Sheila & Kenneth Job, Haydn & Margaret Purcell, Victor Priddin, Dorothy Bull, John Setters
Vicar’s Thought for the Day – Faith isn’t blind – it’s our sight set on Christ.
Returning to Normal Cautiously – As advised by the national Church, we will be returning gradually to normal over the coming months. This morning, please feel free to join in with the sung parts of the service, but please sing behind masks. From this afternoon’s Hymns and Pimms, and next Sunday, you may sing without masks if you prefer. Also from next Sunday we will have a short procession from/to the choir vestry at the start and end of the service. Communion will be delivered in both kinds by the celebrant intincting each wafer with a drop of wine before passing it out. Individuals’ fingers will not go near the chalice. Please continue to wear masks during other parts of the service and particularly when meeting other church members before or after the service. We will also maintain the use of alternate pews for the time being.
After 9.30 am Sunday Eucharist – Could everyone please refrain from using the choir vestry to access the hall from the church between 10.45 am and 11.45 am after the Eucharist, as the Junior Choir are rehearsing there. Thank you.
Hymns and Pimms 25th July at 3.30 pm – Now we can sing in church again, all are welcome to come along and join in with our congregation’s favourite hymns. Pimms and soft drinks are available afterwards.
Date Change; All Saints’ Parish BBQ, Friday 30th July, 6.30 pm – Sunday 25th July is the last day to buy your tickets (£7 adults, £4 under 18s) from Anne Spencer (601753). We hope that as many as possible will be able to join what promises to be a fun evening. Please bring your own drinks, cutlery and crockery; we will supply the meat, salads and desserts.
Coffee and Tea will be served in the Old Church after the Eucharist Services on Sundays and Wednesdays. Contributions in excess of costs go to our Coffee Money fund which is earmarked to support those suffering from natural disasters, including COVID. Please contact Jean Reeve on 01689 871925 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to add your name to the rota to help with this.
Servers Needed – The serving team is currently severely depleted and urgently needs some new members, especially as we look forward to the relaxation of the current restrictions. If you are interested in serving at the altar, please contact Malcolm or Vanessa Dixon on email@example.com or phone 01689 851767. We will be delighted to hear from you.
Foodbank – The current items required are: Bags for Life (Urgent), Jellies and Instant Whips, Sponge Puddings, Tinned or Mashed Potato (i.e. packets of instant mash), Squash, Coffee, Deodorant, Ladies’ Shower Gel. There is no requirement for pasta, cereals or baby milk. Thank you.