ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS CHURCH, PELSALL Sunday 28th

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ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS CHURCH, PELSALL Sunday 28th
ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS CHURCH,
PELSALL
Sunday 28th December 2014—Holy Innocents
Holy Communion : 8-00 am
Family Eucharist : 10-00 am
We extend a warm welcome to all who have come to worship.
The Church is fitted with a loop system for the hard of hearing. Please switch your aid to the ‘T’ mark.
The small chapel on the left hand side of church (The Ark) has books/pencils etc for younger children,
please feel free to let them use this during the service
Toilets are situated in the entrance to church on the right as you came in.
After the 10-00 am service, you are invited to join us over a (free) cup of tea or coffee in the Church Centre.
Invitation to Confession
Post Communion Prayer
On this day when we recall the murder of
innocent lives, let us stand before our just and
holy God, and remembering the violence and
injustice of our world, confess our sins in
penitence and faith.
Lord Jesus Christ, in your humility you have
stooped to share our human life with the most
defenceless of your children: may we who have
received these gifts of your passion rejoice in
celebrating the witness of the Holy Innocents to
the purity of your sacrifice made once for all upon
the cross; for you are alive and reign, now and for
ever.
The Collect
Heavenly Father, whose children suffered at
the hands of Herod, though they had done no
wrong: by the suffering of your Son and by
the innocence of our lives frustrate all evil
designs and establish your reign of justice and
peace; through Jesus Christ your Son our
Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the
unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and
for ever.
Readings
First Reading: Jeremiah 31: 15-17;
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 1: 26-29;
Gospel:
Matthew 2: 13-18;
in Church
Blessing
God, who gives life to the dead and comfort to
the desolate, sustain you, keep you and console
you, and the blessing of God almighty, the Father,
the Son, and the Holy Spirit, be among you and
remain with you always.
Hymns at 10-00 am (NEH)
34
39
21
28
29
336
WHATS ON THIS WEEK
Monday:
7-00 pm
Bell ringing practice
Tuesday:
9-00 am
Morning Prayer (ALL welcome)
Wednesday: 10-00 am
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Once in Royal David’s city
Unto us a boy is born
A great and mighty wonder
In the bleak mid winter
It came upon the midnight clear
Angel voices ever singing
Eucharist
NEW YEARS DAY 2015
7-30 pm Eucharist
7-00 pm Choir practice
in Church Hall
Monday
Tuesday: 9-30 am till 11-30 am Slimmers World
4-30 pm till 7-30 pm Slimmers World
Wednesday:
Thursday: 5-30 pm till 8-30 pm Slimmers World
Friday:
7Saturday:
In the unlikely event that the church has to be evacuated in an emergency please leave
the building by the main doors at the rear of church or as directed by the wardens
Sunday 28th December 2014
Holy Innocents
Evensong 6.30pm
First Reading: Isaiah 49: 14-25;
Second Reading: Mark 10: 13-16;
Psalm 123 (page 514)
HYMNS
Please see board
at front
of church
Please remember in your prayers this week the years mind of:28th Sam Nutting
1st Jan Edna Burton
3rd Joyce Walker
New years eve party
TICKETS
NOW
ON SALE
ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS CHURCH
Wednesday 31st December
IN THE CHURCH HALL
From back of
church or see
Andy Chantler
Tickets £15-00 Including meal
(Doors open 7-30 pm )
SCOTTISH THEME ’ — DRESS TO IMPRESS
THANK YOU to ALL who helped to decorate the church for Christmas with flowers etc.
Thought for the week
‘Each new day gives us reasons to sing God’s praise’
The winning number in the draw last week was:-
Next Sunday: 4th January 2015
Second Sunday of Christmas
8-00 am: Holy Communion
10-00 am: Family Eucharist
12-00noon: Holy Baptism
6-30 pm: Evensong
Eucharistic Readings
First Reading:
Jeremiah 31: 7-14;
Second Reading: Ephesians 1: 3-14;
Gospel Reading: John 1: 10-18;
Sidespersons:
8-00 am: M. Simpson.
10-00 am: B. Challinor, E. Hudson.
6-30 pm:
Readings:
8-00 am: M. Simpson.
10-00 am: M. Cooper, A. Newport.
6-30 pm: K. Morris.
Intercessions: A. Bagnall.
Brasses:
Coffee: J. Davenhill, V. Anthony.
Flowers:
Please take this sheet home with you for reference during the week ahead.

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