Team News 9 September

Posted on by Tania Birtwistle

St. Edmund’s Southwold Flower Festival until Tuesday 11th September.

Open  from 10-4 Cream teas will be on offer today between 2 – 4. Hot and cold drinks, cakes and biscuits, jams and gifts for sale will be available thought the festival. There will also be a butterfly trail for young enthusiasts to follow around the Church.  Do please come and enjoy the festival.

 

LADIES FELLOWSHIP – Recommences this Wednesday 12th September at 2pm in St Andrews church, Walberswick. It is a time of informal bible study, praise and prayer, tea and biscuits.  All ladies are most welcome, just pop along. Suzzie Godfrey 07539513753

 

WANGFORD MEN’S BREAKFAST – Saturday 22nd September at THE PLOUGH Wangford.

Our speaker is Vicki Doy talking about the role of The Voluntary Care Centre in the Southwold Area.

 8.45 am for 9 am £10 FOR A FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST OR £6  FOR A LIGHTER BREAKFAST.

 All men are welcome to join us. Bernard Meldrum 01502 578766.

 

The Osiligi Maasai Warrior Troupe will perform, in concert at St. Edmund’s Church Southwold on Tuesday 2nd October at 7.pm. ENTRY IS FREE, WITH A RETIRING COLLECTION
Tour and Evensong of St Edmundsbury Cathedral. Sunday 7 October The cost is £13 per head for the return coach trip.  Pick ups from 12.00pm have been arranged from Southwold, Reydon, Wangford and Blythburgh. Please pay Rev Alan asap to guarantee your place on the tour.

 

STEWARDSHIP SUNDAY – 14 October 2018 In preparation for our Stewardship Campaign ‘Growing in Generosity’ please pick up a copy of ‘Generous God, Generous People’ at the back of church which provides a series of daily Bible readings for five weeks on the subject of Christian Giving.  Please pray for the success of our campaign across the Sole Bay Team.

 

Judy Miller lives in Wenhaston and works full time for the NHS.  She has served as a priest in Beccles and before that in Blyth Valley Team.  In the last three or four years her full time job has taken up most of her time and she has not had any opportunity to serve as a priest.  While still very busy, she has become a fairly regular worshipper in Walberswick and Reydon over the past three years.  About six months ago she felt that her job had settled down sufficiently for her to consider offering some time in priestly ministry.  Having discussed this carefully together Judy has offered one Sunday a month in Sole Bay plus some holiday cover.  As she is known in Reydon and Walberswick most of her Sundays with us will initially be in those two churches, but perhaps with time she might be able to increase the help she can offer to us.  She is being licensed to Sole Bay Team at Evensong in Walberswick on 14th October at 6pm when Archdeacon Ian will be preaching and leading the licensing part of the service.  I hope people will come to support Judy.