Sunday Service 20th September 2020

Dear All

We are in church at 9:30am, but for those of you who can’t join us, here is the shortened version for Sunday! 

If you are coming to church, it is helpful for us to know as we need to watch numbers! Face coverings/masks must be worn.

Sunday Service Link: available from Saturday lunchtime

Readings:

Jonah 3 v10-4 v11: Jonah is fed up that God has relented when the people of Ninevehturn back to Him

Matthew 20 v1-16: the parable of the labourers in the Vineyard

Music Suggestions:

All hail the power of Jesus’ name

All I once held dear

Bless the Lord O my soul

Glorious things of Thee are spoken

NEXT WEEK: Harvest followed by Annual Meetings at 10:30 (please let me know if you are intending to attend)

The Foodbank have asked for financial donations to help with their egg funds, they want to provide every client with fresh eggs.  Cheque payable to “Waterside Ecumenical Projects (Eggs)” or cash in an envelope and bring it to church and give to Anne or myself or by BACS transfer

Bank HSBC

A/C Name: Waterside Ecumenical Projects
A/C Number: 04040376
Sort code: 40-42-18
ID Eggs All S

with best wishes

Caroline

September Church Services

6th SeptemberCafe Lite online & 6.30pm Taize Communion
13th September9.30am Communion
20th September8.30am & 9.30 Communion
27th September9.30am Communion followed by PCC AGM

There are no services at The Good Shepherd this month. There also will not be any MESSY CHURCH or Cafe Lite (apart from online), the regulations are too restrictive and we cannot serve food.

Restrictions and Requirements

  • Masks must be worn (signs up at all 3 churches) except for person conducting the service
  • Hand sanitising on entry and exit (small hand sanitisers in each church)
  • List of those attending with name and contact details for each service, to be kept for 3 weeks
  • Covid 19 designated area in each church with Covid 19 first aid box
  • Social distancing and limit of numbers within buildings, those of same household can sit together
  • Service sheets to be left out for 72 hours after service and church locked
  • Communion: bread only, no kneeling, one way system
  • No sharing of the peace, no singing
  • No refreshments

These restrictions are based on Government, Hampshire County Council, and CofE/diocese instructions.

Proposed Return To Church Services

Our plans reflect the requirements under Government Guidelines currently published, and are outlined as follows:

  • Provision of Hand Sanitizer for use of all those entering the Church
  • Strict observance of Social Distancing
  • No Refreshments
  • No Hymn Singing
  • No Peace

Sunday 16th August All Saints’ Church, Fawley

8.30am Communion (BCP)

9.30am Communion

Sunday 23rd August     Recorded Service

As provided during lockdown


Wednesdays St. Francis’ Church Langley

12th August09.30am      Communion
19th August09.30am      Communion
26th August09.30am      Communion
2nd  September09.30am      Communion

Café Lite Sunday 3rd of April

Slightly delayed due to technical issues – but here’s the latest Café Lite

Dear All

We have put together another Cafe Lite service and hope that you enjoy it.  We forgot to do an activity so get your thinking caps on, maybe send a card or a text message to a long lost friend, or ring someone you have spoken to for a long time, pray for a neighbour or friends from other Christian churches – we are all part of God’s family.

We also have a number of folk who have taken part this time.

Here is the link to click on, just one format this time 

http://bit.ly/maycafelite

The Reading:

Acts 2 v 42-end

The Fellowship of the Believers

Music:

42 They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. 43 Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. 44 All the believers were together and had everything in common. 45 They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. 46 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, 47 praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.

And here are the songs we have chosen, you might like to play them again after listening to the service:

Let there be love shared among us

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mvs6rMJuwc&list=RDvZYQZPHABY8&index=2


There is a Redeemer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUqfdaCLm0Y


Risen by Shawna Edwards

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVMOKLWBExw


In resurrection tua

(50 young adults from all over the world sing together across the internet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-hybuhxJg8


Build your Kingdom here: Rend Collective

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcSWpVKKMcs

Do let us know your thoughts, if anyone would be interested in reading a prayer or take part in the drama or has some music suggestions (next month probably Pentecost) please get in touch.  We have the technology, well Alistair has!


Stay safe and keep well

Love and prayers

Caroline and Anne

The Venerable Caroline Baston
Interim Priest in Charge, parish of Fawley