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This Sunday - 25 February 2018
Second Sunday of Lent

Genesis 17.1-7,15,16

Romans 4.13-25

Mark 8.31-38


St George's Church, Campden Hill

8.00am - Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

10.00am - Sung Eucharist
Celebrant: Fr Neil Traynor

Preacher: Fr Peter Wolton
Director of Music: Andrew Wells


St John the Baptist, Holland Road
6.30pm Sung Mass
Celebrant: Fr Neil Traynor

Preacher: Why Me? Andrew Wells

Organist: Mark Denza


Thursday 15 February, Lunch Group, please contact Minh-Tam Janssens on 07712006300 / minhtam.janssens@gmail.com

The fourth series of “Why Me?” talks will take place in Lent during the 6.30pm Sung Mass at St. John the Baptist, Holland Road, when members of the benefice give a personal reflection on their life and faith in place of the sermon.

The speakers this year are as follows:

Sunday 25 February 2018        Andrew Wells

Sunday 4 March 2018                Janet Lloyd

Sunday 11 March 2018             Guy Ranawake

Sunday 18 March 2018            Nicholas Mellor


Lent Services and Courses: During James' sabbatical, we've looked at what's going to be possible to provide in Lent.  As well as our regular weekday Eucharist’s on Wednesday and Saturday, do consider joining the regular group at morning prayer (9.15 St George's). 

In addition, there are two specific Lent courses which we commend:

Starting on 12 February, Bickersteth House (25 Sheffield Terrace) is following the USPG [United Society, Partners in the Gospel] Lent Course based on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, drawing on their mission experience across the world.

As for the Reformation course, there will be a Eucharist at 6.30pm followed by a soup supper, and then the course.  The evening will finish with compline.  On the 19th March there will be no course meeting, but the service will include a full passion reading of the Gospel for Passiontide.

Suggested donation is £5.00 to cover costs, which will be shared with USPG.  Please let Jill know if you'd like to join us for supper pfwarden@mail.com.  Everyone is welcome.

The Kensington Council of Churches are following a course called Forty Stories of Hope.  This takes place on:

 Thursday February 22nd: St James Norland Square, W11 4RB

 Thursday March 1st: St James Norland Square, W11 4RB

 Thursday March 8th: Coptic Orthodox Church, Allen St, Kensington, London W8 6UX

 Thursday March 15th: Carmelite Priory, Kensington Church St, W8 4BB

 Thursday March 22nd: St Johns Notting Hill, Lansdowne Crescent, W11 2NN

If you're looking for something to read over Lent, the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book is called:  Say it to God In Search of Prayer By Luigi Gioia; or Peter or Neil might have some other suggestions!

Stewardship: The stewardship committee (Howard Evans, David Buckley, Janet Lloyd, Guy Ranawake and Fr Neil Traynor) is actively looking at giving of time and talents across the parish. They would like to remind everyone (and especially those to whom an annual bonus comes) that one-off gifts are as welcome as regular ones, and cash or shares are gratefully accepted. Do remember that a gift to the parish may help with your tax liabilities – we are not able to give tax advice so do please speak to your accountant for details. If you have any queries about stewardship or would like further details about direct giving, please speak to one of the committee or contact the Parish Office.

There is a United Benefice Pastoral Visiting Team -  if you would like a visit please contact the Parish Office.

St John’s Singers at St John’s 6.30pm Sung Mass

Sunday 25 March Palm Sunday

Sunday 22 April

Sunday 20 May

Sunday 24 June

Sunday 22 July

Sunday 19 August

Dates for the Diary

Sunday 11 March, Mothering Sunday, All Age service at St George’s

Sunday 25 March, 10am Palm Sunday procession and joint service with St John’s Notting Hill and St Peter’s;  6.30pm service at St John the Baptist includes the Passion Narrative

Holy Week

Monday                    26 March, 6.30pm, Exploring the Passion through Music

Tuesday                    27 March, 6.30pm, Exploring the Passion through Art

Wednesday              28 March, 6.30pm, Exploring the Passion through Literature.  N.B. No lunchtime Eucharist

Maundy Thursday 29 March, 8pm at St John the Baptist

Good Friday             30 March, 10am Children’s stations of the cross, 12 noon Liturgy of the cross at St George’s; 3pm Stations of the cross at St John the Baptist

Saturday                   31 March, 8pm Easter Vigil at St George’s

Sunday                      1 April, Easter Sunday, 10am at St George’s and 6.30pm at SJB

Sunday 15 April      APCM at St George’s after the 10am Eucharist,

                                    APCM at 5pm at SJB, before the 6.30pm Annunciation service

Sunday 22 April      10am St George Patronal Festival with Bishop Michael Colclough


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