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Sunday 23rd June: 4th Sunday after Trinity

Two new things for this week:


The new Church Website is now up! I thank Nicky Dunderdale for her considerable design work and much time spent putting it all together, and Nicky and Callum Hawker for all the behind the scenes stuff on web hosting and making a smooth transition from the old pages. Please have a look and tell us about any corrections, additions, and perhaps to offer more photographs of church life and church services, including special services, that can enhance the site.


This Sunday we introduce new Communion Service music, made possible thanks to the Keith Robertshaw legacy. The new setting is called Trinity Mass by David Thorne and includes the Gloria, Gospel Acclamations, and the Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei sung as part of the words of Communion. We will be use it at each Holy Communion service over the next six weeks to give the congregation a good chance to learn it and become confident to join in with the choir lead.


May God bless you,


Tim

 
Services for 23rd June: 4th Sunday after Trinity
  • 8am: Holy Communion

  • 10am: Family Service - Made Well by Faith

    • No Church Explorers this week, with Church Explorers returning next week

 
Services & Events for Next Week
  • Wednesday 26th June at 10am: Mid-week Service

    • With coffee and a chat afterwards

  • Sunday 30th June

    • 8am: Holy Communion

    • 10am: Parish Communion Service: Jairus' Daughter Healed

      • Church Explorers gather in the meeting room before the service

    • 5pm: Confirmation Service: Wisdom of God Church, Lower Kingswood

      • We pray for those being confirmed: Toby Stonelake, Vivian Fakeye, Sophie Carey, August Blain, Milla Blain and for the candidates from Lower Kingswood and Woodmansterne

 
Calling all 12-16 Year Olds!

In support of our "Children and Youth" working group, we would like to invite local 12-16 year olds to a casual meeting (with pizza) to share their views about what an ideal youth group could look like for them. Please speak to Lizzie, Emma, Laura, Lis or Nicky if you, or someone you know would like to get involved. (Or reply to me and I will put you in touch with them – Tim)

 
Election Hustings for Reigate constituency Tuesday 25th June 7.30 pm at St John’s Church, Redhill

St John’s Church, Redhill, is delighted to be hosting a hustings ahead of the forthcoming General Election. The event will be held in the church. All five prospective parliamentary candidates for the Reigate constituency have agreed to attend on Tuesday 25th June from 7.30pm to 9.30pm to present their case for being elected your next MP and to answer questions. This will be your chance to learn about their views on many topics, local or national, that will be in their control or influence if elected, from environmental issues, taxation and the economy to NHS and immigration.


Full details on the website www.stjohnsredhill.org.uk

 
COGS Summer Olympics: Saturday 6th July from 2:30pm (church grounds)

COGS SUMMER OLYMPICS! Entertainment for competitors and spectators alike! To be followed by a Barbecue. Bar and teas available all afternoon.


Tickets: Competitors Adult £10; Child £5; Family (2+2) £25.


Spectators £2 at the gate, children free. Barbecue £5 (must prebook)

For further information or to register a team email: events@goodshepherdtadworth.org.uk

 
Gatton Community Theatre presents: Setareh – A Journey to Remember

Written and directed by Libby Egwuba, this is an open air promenade performance in Gatton Park (Rocky Lane RH2 0TW).


Eight performances on 11th-14th and 18th-21st July at 7.30 pm. Tickets are available form www.ticketsource.co.uk/gct


Setareh is a Persian name meaning ‘star’ and the production will draw you in to the journey to find God made known.

 
Can you help with Church Explorers?

From time to time we need another adult to sit in with one of our Church Explorers leaders. This gives an extra pair of hands to help the children with their activities. It also means we are providing a safe environment for our children under safeguarding recommendations. You do not need to have a DBS check or any particular training to sit in with the group.


We also invite teenagers in our church families to come to Church Explorers to help from time to time or more regularly.


To find out more please have a chat with our Church Explorers leaders, Lis, Laura and Nicky.

 
Giving a Legacy to the Church

Have you considered giving a gift or legacy to the church in your will? Our church has been blessed in recent years by several legacies. Most of these have been for the general work of the church and have made a difference to our annual church finances. Most recently the gift from Keith Robertshaw, given to support the church choir, has been used to buy new choir music including the Communion Music used for the first time this Sunday (23rd June).


Information about church finances and planned giving to the church is available at the back of the church, or you can speak confidentially with our Church Treasurer Richard Gollop.

 
For our Prayers

We give thanks for the lives of Will Pepper and Michael Rogerson.


We pray for members of our church family who are too frail to come to church services.

 
Calendar

Don't forget to check the Church Calendar for all our upcoming events!

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