Pew Leaflet

25TH JULY  2021
PENTECOST 9

COLLECT 

Almighty Lord and everlasting God, we beseech you to direct, sanctify and govern both our hearts and 
bodies to the ways of your laws, and the works of your commandments;  that through your most mighty 
protection, both here and ever, we may be preserved in body and soul;  through our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever
Amen

Readings :
                             2 Kings          4 : 42-44
                             Psalm            145                
                             Ephesians     3 : 14-21                                            
                             John               6 :   1-21

Services:

   9.30 a.m.    Eucharist – St. Catharine’s

10.30  a.m.    Eucharist -  St. Michael & All Angels, Ballintuim

11.15 a.m.    Eucharist – St. Anne’s

11.15 a.m.    Eucharist – St. Ninian’s


Due to the current restrictions seats must be reserved in advance.
                                                                              
ST. CATHARINE’S - Please book with Sarah Gammell 01738-710440 or sarah@thegammells.com

ST. ANNE’S - To reserve a seat please book with John & Jane Early 01828-650732

ST. NINIAN’S – To reserve a seat please ‘phone Carol 07792240366 or email  cjcrenwick@gmail.com

ST. MICHAEL’S – Christopher Dunphie ccdunphie@btinternet.com

 

WE WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME THE REV. GRAHAM AND MRS. SALLY BENZIES TO  ST. MICHAEL’S.  WE HOPE THEY HAVE A VERY PLEASANT STAY.

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God loves us.   He has always loved us.    He will always love us.   Like a theme dominating a piece of music e will H, this message runs right through the Biblee will always love us.  H; indeed, in one guise or another, it runs right through history.   Yet comparatively few people hear it.   Fewer still respond to it.   This realisation was brought home to me one evening when attending a ‘Last Night of the Proms’ .    After the 
interval, members of the orchestra and audience alike were wearing paper hats; the audience threw streamers, burst balloons and waved their miniature Union  Jacks.   But despite the hilarity, the orchestra played on.

My husband and I were sitting in the choir stalls, which meant we could hear and see everything.   Even when the level of excited noise roared to a crescendo, we could still hear the orchestra playing.   I was grateful for that, because the sea shanty begins with a most moving, haunting cello solo.   Despite the inattentiveness of the audience and the level of the hubbub, the cellist put
her heart and soul into the performance and I, at least, was deeply touched. The people were so intent on enjoying themselves that they failed to hear it. ‘God is rather like that cellist’, I mused.   ‘He is continually putting his heart and soul into sending us the most healing music in the world:   “I love you.”  But we are so occupied with our own concerns and pleasures that we fail to hear it or,
at best, pick up only the faintest and occasional strains of his love song.’

 

Joyce Huggett
                                         The Smile of Love

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SUNDAY, 1ST AUGUST, 2021
PENTECOST 10

  9.30 a.m. - Eucharist – St. Catharine’s                            Readings    
10.30 a.m. –Eucharist – St. Michael & All Angels           Exodus            16 :     2-4,9-15
11.15 a.m. - Eucharist – St. Anne’s                                     Psalm                78 :   23-29
11.15 a.m. –Eucharist – St. Ninian’s                                  Ephesians           4 :     1-16
                                                                                                    John                     6 :  24-35

 

 

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OSCR NOS.  St. Anne’s SC 014389, St. Catharine’s SC 003473, 
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