Team News 9 JuneJune 6, 2019
SOLE ENCOUNTER – YOUTH EVENT
A big thank you to everyone who supported our Youth Event Sole Encounter yesterday.
Deanery Synod Wednesday 12 June 7.30 pm st Margaret’s Reydon.
We welcome a guest speaker from Christian Aid. If anyone interested in the work of Christian Aid would like to attend the Synod meeting for this presentation they will be welcome.
STRAWBERRY TEA – SATURDAY 15 JUNE IN REYDON VICARAGE GARDEN FROM 2.30pm – 5pm A Strawberry Afternoon Tea will take place on Saturday 15th June. We are pleased that The Jazz Band ‘Cool Blue’ will be performing during the afternoon. Admission including the cost of the tea is £5 per person. There will be stalls: Tombola, books, bric-a-brac, and cakes. All welcome!
Tuesday 18 June, 7pm, St. Edmund’s Church, Southwold – Dementia Awareness Training
To enable our Church community to better understand and to support those affected by dementia, Cathy Ryan will be offering Dementia Awareness Training. Open to all, the event is free. Cathy is trying to win a recognition award for Southwold to be seen as a “dementia friendly town.”
Grave Talk – St Edmund’s Southwold Thursday 20 June from 2pm until 4pm.
Following our successful Lent lecture series there will be an afternoon session of “gravetalk”. Led by Rev Simon Pitcher and Sarah Wallington Smith, a former hospice nurse, the afternoon is an opportunity for conversation. Gravetalk is a Church of England resource that provides questions intended for discussion in small groups of four or five. It is a chance to talk about death, think about funerals, ask questions, air your thoughts.
There will be tea and cake. There will be talk. We would love you to come along.
To help plan the necessary quantities of cake please sign your name on the list in church
TEAM SERVICE TO CELEBRATE THE PATRONAL FESTIVAL OF ST PETER & ST PAUL – 30 JUNE 2019 To celebrate the Patronal Festival of St Peter and St Paul, there will be a Team Service at St Peter & St Paul, Wangford on Sunday 30th June at 11.15am.All welcome!
Palestine of Jesus – Hugh Williamson has been asked to lead another Palestine of Jesus pilgrimage at St George’s College in Jerusalem 31 August – 14 September 2020. On this course we visit all the principal sites throughout the land relating to the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus with expert guidance and talks that give more than the usual tourist information about the places in question and their history. When in Jerusalem we join in the regular worship of St George’s Cathedral, and when away from there we meet with local Christian (mainly Anglican) churches to understand better the challenges they face in today’s world. If you are interested in discussing the possibility of joining this pilgrimage with others from around the world, do have an informal word with Hugh at any time (tel: 01502-722319).