Team News 10 October 2021October 7, 2021
Services will be live streamed via YouTube from St Margaret, Reydon for those continuing to join us from home.
Out now the October issue of Heart & Sole is available on our website and in our Churches.
TEAM SERVICE – 31 October, Holy Trinity Blythburgh. All Souls’ Service, 31 October, St Edmund, Southwold On October 31st we will celebrate All Saints Sunday with a Sole Bay Team Service of Holy Communion at Holy Trinity Blythburgh at 11.15. Rt Revd Mike Harrison, Bishop of Dunwich , will preach and preside. All Saints is one of the great festivals of the church year, and it will be an opportunity for all our churches to worship together.
In the afternoon at St Edmund’s at 3pm we will hold our annual All Souls service, at which we remember departed loved ones. The names of those we remember will be read out and there will be an opportunity to light a candle in loving memory. Please pass any names to be remembered to your Vicar.
We do hope you will feel welcome to attend either or both of these services.
The Ladies fellowship will be visiting each church in the Sole Bay Team ministry to pray for each community, church family and individuals. We will meet at 2.30pm on
Oct 13 – Southwold Oct 27 – South Cove Nov 3 – Reydon Nov 17 – Wangford Nov 24 – Walberswick December 1 – tea and mince pies, Chruch Rooms, Reydon
Please join us to pray. Bring a flask of tea and some biscuits and enjoy the fellowship. For more information or prayer requests please contact Suzzie Godfrey 0753951375
20th November – Quiet Day organised by The Sole Bay Team at Belsay Bridge, Ditchingham, led by Revd. Paul Nelson. Come and join us for a quiet day of reflection, prayers and contemplation. Cost is £30 which includes morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea To reserve your place please contact our Team Administrator, Tania tel: 01502 724 115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org When your place has been confirmed you will be asked to pass payment to Revd. Simon or Revd. Alan. There are 30 places available, once these have been allocated a waiting list will be generated. Own transport is required or car share.
Sole Bay Foodbank – A very big thank you to the churches in the Team who collected food for the Foodbank at their Harvest Festivals this year. An amazing amount was collected for which the Lowestoft Food bank is extremely grateful. Demand for emergency food parcels is still ongoing especially as Lowestoft Foodbank serves all the towns and villages to the east of the A12 from Lowestoft down to Leiston. There are still some shortages in the Warehouse and the following items would be appreciated; Tinned tomatoes, tinned potatoes, tinned veg, tinned meat, tinned fruit, fruit juice, coffee, tea, & long life (UHT) milk. Once again thank you for all your support.