The Welland-Fosse Benefice: Prayers and Notices
Sunday 14 November 2021: Second Sunday before Advent
- Please pray for the sick including Judith Piggott, Jan Bailey, John Hall, Pat Simmons and Derek Barker. Pray too for the departed especially for Sylvia Martin who died last Sunday in Oakham care home. A long-standing villager and Church supporter.
- Zoom Morning Prayer continues on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8.30am. Compline is on Thursday at 6pm.
- Face Masks: up until now we have been relaxed about the use of face masks in church. The situation is now changing with high infection rates so the staff would be grateful if you would be prudent and consider a return to face masks for the time being. The Covid restrictions on the Holy Communion service will continue.
Sunday, 14 November 10.55 am, Service of Remembrance.
Sunday, 28 November 11.00 am Holy Communion in St Peter’s.
Barrowden Advent Windows Project needs more volunteers. Please phone Judith Piggott on 01572 747329 as soon as possible.
Sunday November 14th 9.30am Service of Remembrance.
Sunday November 28th 9.30am Holy Communion led by Rev Pippa Madgwick.
Also, in the Village Hall, Monday 15th Nov 3.30pm The Luffenhams Community Church – all young families welcome to informal worship with crafts.
Urgent: The Luffenham Community Church need a portable, white screen to project onto. If anyone has one, please can we borrow it for Monday 15th Nov. Please email email@example.com.
Here are two pieces to help on a difficult day for so many.
Lord, we give you thanks for the gift of tears
For tears of grief, redeeming our mourning from despair
For tears of anger, awakening our thirst for justice
For tears of laughter, celebrating our joy in living.
May the light of Christ, shining through our tears
Become the rainbow of your promise
Shedding colours of your love’s bright presence
In your grieving, struggling, laughing world.
Time is too slow for those who wait
Too swift for those who fear
Too long for those who grieve
Too short for those who rejoice
But for those who love, time is eternity.
Henry Van Dyke (1852-1933)
May the nations know peace and each one know calmness and light.
See wellandfosse.org for much more information, including contact details for