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Document 6575799
For your Information
Can you help?
FAMILY AREA. A family area with toys and a screen is in the
Lady Chapel for the first and third Sundays, this will replace the
crèche in the Bantoft Vestry for a trial period. Parents to
supervise their children.
FLOWER ROTA. If you are able to volunteer to do the Altar
flowers please contact Ann Boxall  728618.
October
th
26 Jill Wilson
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MAGAZINE DELIVERY – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to deliver bimonthly Magazine starting with the December/January
issue which is delivered late November. The rounds are:
Nacton Road (347 to end – odds)
106
Hilton and Cody Road
78
Hamilton & Pretyman Roads
57
Winfrith Road and Rye Close
37
If you are able to help please contact Liz Mears at the
Parish Office  723960.
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GIVING IN GRACE – GIFT MONTH. May we remind you to
please take the time to think and pray through your giving
to the church. Forms are available at the back of Church if
you would like to amend your Giving to St Augustine. There
will be a Stewardship Volunteers Fair, with coffee, in the
nd
Church Hall following the 10.30 am service on 2
November.
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RE-NEW MINISTRY TO WOMEN. The next meeting is to be
held on Saturday 1st November 10.30 am – 12.30 pm at St.
John’s Church Hall, Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich. The guest
speaker will be Liz Beaton who was involved with Ipswich in
Prayer and setting up Town Pastors.. Doors open 9.45 am for
coffee and cake; cost £3 to be paid on the door. Optional
afternoon 1.00 pm – 2.30 pm Craft with materials provided.
Bring a packed lunch and we will eat together. For further
information please speak to Chris Cunnell
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COME & GET TOGETHER NEXT SUNDAY. There will be no
Get Together today. There will also be no Get Together on
th
9 November as it is Remembrance Sunday. Come
Together will meet as normal.
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LADIES, CAN YOU SING THE TOP LINE? We URGENTLY
need at least 3 - 4 ladies who can sing the top line in our
choir, to help us with our Remembrance, Advent and
Christmas services. This is an important part of our worship,
and we really need your help. Please contact Keith Salmon
if you can help us.
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November
nd
2 Jill McCullagh
th
9 Ann Boxall
th
16 Wendy Scarpe
rd
23 Annie Wright
th
30 Helen Schmuecker
Silver (October) Annie and Tony Wright
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CHRISTMAS SHOE BOXES. Can you please
bring your filled boxes to Church or the
th
Parish Office by Sunday 9 November.
Thank you.
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IPSWICH NIGHT SHELTER. Are you able to volunteer to help
Ipswich Night Shelter particularly on a Monday night through
to Tuesday morning at the Salvation Army in Bramford Road,
start date to be confirmed. For further information please
speak to Trevor.
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Contact Information and office details
Rev Trevor Golding 721523
E-mail: [email protected]
PARISH OFFICE is open:
Tuesday to Friday: 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Welcome to
‘Know Jesus, show his love,
make him known’
LAST SUNDAY AFTER
TRINITY
26th October, 2014
Vicar: Revd Trevor Golding
Assistant Clergy
Revd Ian Daniels (SSM)
Revd Jennifer Ragan (PTO)
 723960 or
E-mail: [email protected]
PASTORAL CO-ORDINATOR. Annette Don-Michael can be
contacted on  274065 if you need or are aware of anyone
that may need a visit etc.
WEDDING AND BAPTISM ENQUIRIES. If you would like to
enquire about a wedding or baptism at St Augustine's please
contact the church office to book an appointment.
Appointments are normally on a Tuesday evening.
Web Site: www.staugustinesipswich.org.uk
Registered Charity Number: 1131319
Please ask if you need
a large text copy
This week at St. Augustine’s
Today
8.00 am
Bible:
Monday 27 October
Matthew 22 Verses 15 - 22 (Page 32)
Wednesday 29 October
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All who are regular communicants in their own Christian
tradition are welcome to receive the sacrament. If you are not
a communicant do please come forward at that point in the
service to receive a blessing, keeping your hands below the rail.
Non-alcoholic wine and gluten free wafers are also available;
please let the Server know if you need either of these.
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9.30 am
Come Together in Church Hall
No Get Together today
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10.30 am
Parish Communion (C.W. Page 167)
Preacher: Revd John Battman
Bible:
Isaiah 25 Verses 1 - 9 (Page 688)
Matthew 22 Verses 15 - 22 (Page 32)
Collect: As on sheet
Eucharistic Prayer: As Announced
Hymns (M.P.): 560, 51, Screen/Sheet, Screen/Sheet & 200
During Communion: Screen/Sheet, 66
After the Service:
Refreshments are available in the Bantoft Vestry with
birthday cake from Anne Petch.
Prayer is available at the Communion rail.
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4.00 pm [email protected] in Bantoft Vestry
Bible:
th
Holy Communion 1662 C.W. (Page 229)
Isaiah 25 Verses 1 - 9 (Page 688)
Isaiah 25 Verses 1 - 9 (Page 688)
Matthew 22 Verses 15 - 22 (Page 32)
Hymns: As announced
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Collect for Last Sunday after Trinity
Merciful God,
teach us to be faithful in change and uncertainty,
that trusting in your word
and obeying your will
we may enter the unfailing joy of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen
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Please ensure that mobile phones are switched off
during the services.
2.00 pm Funeral of late June Ford in Church
th
No Happy Hippos as half term
7.30 pm Alpha in Bantoft Vestry
th
Thursday 30 October
10.00 am Holy Communion in Bantoft Vestry
No Music & Rhyme today as half term
st
Friday 31 October
5.30 pm – 7.30 pm ‘Alternative Halloween Party’ at Nansen
Road Baptist Church
st
Saturday 1 November
9.45 am Re-New for Women at St John’s Church Hall,
Cauldwell Hall Road
nd
Sunday 2 November All Saints’ & Adoption Sunday
8.00 am Holy Communion
10.30 am Family Communion
6.30 pm Evening Prayer
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PLEASE PRAY FOR THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE:
Those who are unwell:
Eve Mills, Hugh Pocock, Doug Mulley, Euan Morley,
Peter Prior.
The bereaved families and friends of:
Robert Sadd, June Ford.
Notices
SERVICE TIMES ON THE THIRD SUNDAY.
The new pattern for services on the third Sunday is as follows;
 Morning Prayer at 9.00 am. As at present, coffee will be
available between the two services.
 Praise Together will be at 10.30 am
 There will be no 8.00 am service on the third Sunday, but
the 6.30 pm evening service will be Holy Communion
with Prayer for Healing
COFFEE HELP NEEDED ON THIRD SUNDAY
Help is required to wash up after coffee on the 3rd Sunday to
allow those serving coffee to go into the Praise Together
Service. Please speak to Julie Cook if you can assist.
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‘TRIVIA QUIZ’. The Events Committee would like to thank
everyone who supported the recent Trivia Evening. £364.35p
was raised for the Church Organ Fund. A special thanks to
Kathie and Colin and the Committee and their husbands for all
they did towards making it a successful and happy evening.
Ann Boxall
Dates for your diary
DIOCESAN CENTENARY CELEBRATION SERVICE on 23rd
November 3:30pm in the Cathedral. Tickets are free and on a
first come basis from the Cathedral office
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JOIN US FOR MORE FUN AND GAMES
on Friday 31st October for an ‘Alternative
Halloween Party’ from 5.30 pm – 7.30 pm at
Nansen Road Baptist Church. See flyer at the
back of Church for further details.
Also on 5th November a ‘Onesie’ evening with games,
sparklers and hot dogs from 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm at Nansen
Road Baptist Church. See flyer at the back of Church for
further details. Both events completely free!
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CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL. We will be holding our fifth
Christmas Tree Festival in Church from Saturday December
th
th
6 – 13 . The theme is 'Christmas Memories'. If any group
or individual would like to take part by decorating a tree
please contact Ann Boxall  728618 or e-mail:
[email protected] If needed, trees and lights
can be provided. Money raised will be shared between
FIND and The Ipswich Night Shelter.
CLOTHES FOR SALE AT LUNCH CLUB.
Lady Prentice from Felixstowe Road will be
visiting Lunch Club on Thursday 6th
November. They will be bringing a selection
of clothes for sale between 11.30 am and
12.30 pm in the small Church Hall.
IT’S A MIRACLE. Sue Wilcox, a Christian song writer, has
recently recorded a cd of ‘It’s a Miracle’ which she is selling
copies in aid of Church funds. Please contact Sue directly,
 725581, if you wish to purchase a copy.
LARGE CHRISTMAS CARD. We will be having a large
Christmas card this year for all to sign with donations going
to a charity that our Church supports (yet to be decided).
LEPROSY MISSION. St Augustine’s has been
invited to direct our support for the Leprosy
Mission to a specific project.
We have selected the Premananda Memorial
Leprosy Hospital in Kolkata, India. More details in a
forthcoming issue of The Beacon. If you have a collecting box
to empty or would like to have one please speak to Anita or
Keith Nolde. Also the latest trading catalogue is now available
at the back of church with cards and gifts for Christmas.
Keith and Anita Nolde