Team News 17 & 24 MarchMarch 14, 2019
LENT PODCASTS The recently published book by Malcolm Doney and Martin Wroe, Lifelines: Notes on life & love, faith & doubt, is now the basis of a series of free daily podcasts for Lent. To find details of the book and download the podcasts (starting on Ash Wednesday) www.lifelines-book.com
TUESDAYS IN LENT – STATIONS OF THE CROSS. ST MARGARET, REYDON.
At St Margaret’s Reydon during Lent there will be the usual simple 6.30pm Communion Service but we will also be using the 5 weeks of Lent to reflect on The Stations of the Cross in Art. All welcome.
Southwold Lent Lectures 201- The Last Enemy
17 March The God of the Living: Easter and Christian Hope
Canon Dr John Parr, Ministry Formation Advisor, Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
24 March Heaven, Hell, or Somewhere In Between? Where Do I Go When I Die?
Professor Hugh Williamson, Emeritus Regius Professor of Hebrew, University of Oxford
31 March The Practicalities of Handling Death in the Modern Church
The Revds Simon Pitcher, Charles Croll, and Christine Kennell, Southwold
7 April Care for the Dying and the Bereaved
The Rev Sister Sharon Connell, Chaplain and Spiritual Care Co-ordinator, St Nicholas Hospice, Bury St Edmunds
14 April The Last Enemy Who Will Be Destroyed is Death
The Rt Revd Dr Mike Harrison, Bishop of Dunwich
All the lectures will be at 6.00 p.m. in the United Reformed Church, High Street, Southwold.
Lectures are available to listen online southwoldlectures.org
THE BOHEMIAN UNIVERSITY CHOIR ARE SINGING TWO CONCERTS SATURDAY 30 MARCH ST PETER & ST PAUL, WANGFORD AT 7PM.
SATURDAY 6 APRIL ST EDMUND KING 7 MARTYR, SOUTHWOLD AT 6PM.
The Bohemian Choir from the University of Liberec will be performing a concert in St Peter & St Paul, Wangford on Saturday 30 March at 7pm AND in St Edmund’s Church, Southwold on Saturday 6 April. The concert is entitled ‘I’ll Take That One’, referring to the evacuation of children during wartime. Each concert is one hour long and includes contemporary and classical choral pieces. Stopford, Esenvalds, Dvorak and Smetana are some of the composers featured. The students also perform readings telling true stories of evacuation in England and the Czech Republic. They will tell the story of the Czech children who were taken to safety in Britain thanks to Nicholas Winton, and also stories of children who were evacuated from London. All stories are true and the authors of some are still alive, some seventy years after the Second World War. Entrance is free with a retiring collection.
ST MARGARET’S QUIZ NIGHT – TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!
St Margaret’s Quiz Night and Fish & Chip Supper. April 27. Reydon Village Hall. £10 per person. Maximum of six per team. Tickets available from Rev Alan or Pat Gee (724210)
PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND: MAY 2020
You are invited to join Reverend Alan and Canon Simon on a 10 day pilgrimage to Israel and Palestine from Monday 25 May – Wednesday 3 June 2020. The total cost is £2095 per person.
There are now only a few places left so please book your place soon so as not to be disappointed. Brochure and booking form or more information from Reverend Alan or Canon Simon.