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This Sunday - 24 September 2017
Trinity 15

Jonah 3.10-4.11; Philippians 1.21-30
Matthew 20.1-16

St George's Church, Campden Hill

10.00am - Sung Eucharist
Celebrant: Fr Neil Traynor

Preacher:  Fr James Heard
Director of Music: Andrew Wells

St John the Baptist, Holland Road

5pm Pet Blessing service, Clare Heard and Fr Peter Wolton

6.30pm Sung Mass

Celebrant: Fr Peter Wolton

Preacher: Fr James Heard


Pet Blessing Service Sunday 24 September, 5pm at St John the Baptist.  Please bring your (suitably restrained!) pets! This is a really lovely service; last year we had all sorts of animals; everyone welcome.  There is tea and cake after the service.

Great War Centenaries: We rememberHARRY LIMNER MORTIMORE, Captain, 6th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, who was killed on 21 September 1917, aged 28. He was born in Exeter, the eldest son of three of Frank and Laura Mortimore who, in 1917, were living at 40 Birch Grove, Ealing Common. The 1911 census lists him as being an unmarried insurance clerk. He is buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery, France and is commemorated at St John the Baptist Church.

ROBERT WILLIAM KNIBBS, Lance Corporal, 1st Battalion, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, who was killed on 25 September 1917, aged 29. He was the son of Joseph and Mary Knibbs of 40 Edge Street, Campden Hill, and husband of Maud Allen (formerly Knibbs) of 91 Peabody Buildings, Camberwell Green. In the 1911 census his occupation is described as ‘chauffeur domestic’. He is commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium and at St George’s Church.

Annual Harvest Supper on Wednesday 4 October at 7pm. This year all profits from the Harvest Supper will go to the City Harvest group, who in turn support Glass Door, one of the charities that we support as a Church. Please contact Minh-Tam, or any member of the charity committee, for a ticket. The cost is £20 per person, it is a very enjoyable evening with lovely food and company. City Harvest puts surplus food to good use in a sustainable way; it provides refrigerated vans to pick up food from shops and deliver to those who can use it, www.cityharvest.org.uk for more information.

Harvest All Age Service on Sunday 1 October. Our annual collection for the Upper Room will be ready for donations from Sunday 3 September. The Upper Room provides free evening meals to between 80 and 120 a night to homeless and other economically disadvantaged people. The project also provides users with free toiletries, clothing and bedding whenever available. They are particularly looking for toiletries, kitchen cleaning materials, sugar, instant coffee and squashes/juices. If you would like to contribute we will have the donation box in the community space.

Bible study continues on 27 September where we will be studying Paul's epistle to the Romans. 12 noon Eucharist, followed by a simple soup and bread lunch and Bible study ending by 2pm. Novice and expert welcome.

Autumn term course: This autumn we’re invited to join Bickersteth House in their autumn learning sessions on the Reformation.  The course will take place on seven Monday evenings mostly at Bickersteth House, 25 Sheffield Terrace.  The pattern for each evening is: 6.30pm Eucharist; 7.15pm Address; 7.30pm Supper and discussion of the topic and theme over the meal.  There is a suggested donation of £5 for each supper for which a place must be booked, either on the list in church or by email to pfwarden@mail.com.

2nd October - Worship and spirituality in the late Middle Ages

9th October - The Eucharist will be celebrated according to the Sarum Rite NB:  this will take place at St John’s, Holland Road

16th October - What did the Reformers wish to change

[23rd October - no meeting]

30th October - The Reformation in England

6th November - The Eucharist will be celebrated according to the First Prayerbook of Edward VI – Reform within the Roman Catholic church

13th November - European Protestantism

20th November - The Eucharist will be celebrated according to the Second Prayerbook of Edward VI

Kensington and Chelsea Music Society concert at St George's on Tuesday 17 October at 7.30 p.m.  4 Girls 4 Harps with Eleanor Turner, Harriet Adie, Keziah Thomas & Elizabeth Scorah.  Since their formation in 2000, 4 Girls 4 Harps have delighted audiences across the world with their dynamic performances and innovative repertoire. Their KCMS début, at St George's Church, features an extraordinary selection of repertoire, including compositions by Handel, Ravel, Khachaturian, Piazolla, Borodin, Prokofiev, Debussy and De Falla - all arranged for this unique group of musicians. Tickets (available in October) in advance: £18 or £20 at the door.

Services at St John's: Over the next couple of months we will be celebrating some of the additional richness of the Church's calendar by remembering some of the Saints and other feasts in our Sunday Service at St John's. The next will be on the 15 October, the Feast of St Luke.

Bible study resumes after a summer break on 13 September where we will be studying Paul's epistle to the Romans. 12 noon Eucharist, followed by a simple soup and bread lunch and Bible study ending by 2pm. Novice and expert welcome.

Glass Door Homeless Charity will be hosting their 5th Annual Sleep Out on 6 October 2017 at the Duke of York Square in aid of the winter night shelters hosted and supported by churches across West London.  Last year 10 of us from the United Benefice did this (along with 280 others!) and raised over £6000 with a total of over £150,000 raised.  If you wish to join the group this year, please talk with Fr James.  http://www.glassdoor.org.uk/sleepout.htm

Christian Aid has launched an appeal to support the thousands across India, Bangladesh, and Nepal have endured two months of relentless flooding.  “Across South Asia, an estimated 1,200 lives have been lost and more than 40 million people have been affected. Christian Aid have been responding by providing food and cash where the markets are functioning, sanitation facilities, hygiene material, clean water, and emergency shelter.  To find out more information or to donate, please visit: https://www.christianaid.org.uk/emergencies/south-asia-floods-appeal

Choral Evensong 2017 at 5pm at St John the Baptist

Sunday 15 October - Samen op Weg Youth Choir, Netherlands

St John’s Singers at 6.30pm Sung Eucharist at St John the Baptist

Sunday 8 October

Sunday 5 November (All Souls)

Sunday 10 December (Community Carol Service)

 Fr James Heard is contactable via the Parish office on 020 3602 9873; office@stgeorgescampdenhill.com or on 07867 508919; vicarhollandpark@gmail.com



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