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WELCOME! 22nd April 2018 Fourth Sunday of Easter

Thought for the week from Canon Andrew
Today is Good Shepherd Sunday.  It was a title attributed to Jesus and in turn the Church gives that title to those who are called to servant leadership among the people of God.  We pray on this Sunday for all those whose vocation it is to lead God’s people as priests.  Priests are needed to nourish the flock in God’s Word and Sacrament and to share with them the Good News and the experience of the Father’s love.

Today at Holy Trinity
8am Said Eucharist
9.45am Sunday School (Crypt)
10am Sung Eucharist

Hymns: Christ Triumphant (sheets), 234, 184, 428

During Communion the Choir will sing the anthem:
“Brother James’ Air” (arr Jacob)
Our Organist today is David Bruce-Payne

Refreshments will be served after this Service

3pm St George’s Day Parade Service

We pray for the sick: Dee Allenby, Marion Cooper, Alan Ford, Beryl Hamlet, Antonio Hartley, Val Hemmens, Dan Hoskins, Jessica Jacobs, John Kemble, Michael Kooge, Debbie Lane, Maddison Lane, Nellie Levey, Peter Nash, Christopher Newbery, Sarah Ray, Glen Sands, Deb Smith (Priest), Mary & Peter Storrs, Margaret Tambling, Geoffrey Walton (Priest), Caron Yardley, Isabelle, Julia
We remember the recently departed:
Jean Rawson, Liz Hill, Lewis (Tim) Limming, Rodger Carter
We remember those with anniversaries at this time: Edwin Legg, David & Graham Knipe, Isolda Prideaux, Reginald Harris, Doreen Palmer, Anne Helen. Doreen Johnstone, Peggy McGivney, Reginald Thorne, Barbara Hawkins, Caroline Sutton
Rest eternal grant unto them, O Lord,
and let light perpetual shine upon them;
May they rest in peace, and rise in glory.

The Vicar is Canon Andrew Gough
Tel 01305 760354 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Website: http://www.holytrinityweymouth.org
Please send items for the website - news, events and photos to Richard Parkinson at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Notices for the Pew Sheet
to Christine, please, by 12 noon on Thursdays .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 01305 778765

New Churchwardens are Philip Wise & Steve Booth
New PCC Treasurer is Richard Parkinson
New PCC Members are Angela Bament, Jenny Keates,
Angela Kerrigan and Keith Whittock
Congratulations and thanks to all!

This week
Mon 23rd April Women’s Fellowship – Mother of Pearl 2
NB – New venue at Hope UR Church, Trinity Street at 2.30pm
Wed 25th April 10am Said Eucharist at Gracewell
Wed 25th April Street Pastors 10th Anniversary Celebration
Sat 28th April Safeguarding Course at St Aldhelm’s

Sun 29th April - Fifth Sunday of Easter
8am Said Eucharist
10am Eucharist and Baptism of Florence Page

The Readings for 29th April are:
Acts 8:26-end; Psalm 22:25-end; 1 John 4:7-end; John 15:1-8

6.30pm   Iona Worship at Holy Trinity

# Christian Aid and I Witness Exhibition, 1st-19th May and Big Brekkie on 19th.  Help needed, please.  Contact Linda & Marcia

# Salisbury Diocese C1 Safeguarding Course - Sat 28th April 10am - 12.30 pm at St Aldhelm’s Church Centre, Weymouth.  .  All new PCC members or other members who have not undertaken this training should attend.  Angela 774186

# Sunday Evenings at Holy Trinity – 1st Sunday Evening Prayer; 5th Sunday Taizé or Iona Worship; all other Sundays - 6pm-7pm Holy Hour (a short reading/meditation in the Lady Chapel

# Thy Kingdom Come - Weymouth & Portland.  This is a global prayer movement across the denominations initiated by Justin, our Archbishop, back in 2016.  This year the cycle of prayer, both nationally and locally, will be from Ascension Day 10th May to Pentecost for 10 days.  On 13th May the Holy Hour of Prayer at Holy Trinity will focus on:
a) Our communities of Weymouth and Portland
b) Praying for the Holy Spirit to empower us
c) Praying that we may continue to be effective witnesses of the Gospel

# Faith in the Market Place – Discussion group once a month at Gracewell following the Eucharist.  Please sign list in HT

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25 May 2018 when it supersedes the UK Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).  Your church confirms that we will not disclose any of your data to any external organisation unless we have your consent or are required by law.  We aim to keep information up-to-date and secure.  If you require more information about your rights in relation to the information we hold about you, please contact Philip Wise, Churchwarden 01305 759484 or email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

# The Electoral Roll for 2018 is now displayed at the back of the church (right hand side as you enter) for consultation.  Please check your entry and let Marguerite know of any omissions or corrections.  The Roll, minus personal information, will displayed until Sunday 29th April, in accordance with Diocesan Instruction

# Fair Trade Stall is open every Sunday at HT.  Also visit The Bridge Fair Trade Shop for gifts, cards and lots more!

Dates for your Diary
Wed 2nd May 7pm PCC Grants Committee at 94 The Esplanade
[Andrew, Philip, Steve, Geoff, Jenny, LizL, Erica, Carol, Richard]
1st to 19th May I Witness Exhibition in Holy Trinity
Sun 13th May 6pm-7pm   Holy Hour at Holy Trinity
28th May/3rd June – HT Lantern Week – gifts of food, please!
13th/19th May – Christian Aid Week
Sat 19th May – Big Brekkie & Christian Aid Bucket Collection

What’s on

  • Tuesday 1 May 2018, 12.01am | Holy Trinity

    Christian Aid Week 13 - 19 May 2018

    This year Holy Trinity is supporting Christian Aid Week in several different ways. You can help:

    I WITNESS - 30th April until 20th May 2018

    A photographic exhibition in Holy Trinity Church depicting Christian Aid’s work in Haiti. Continuing relief work and the provision of earthquake resistant homes is the focus for Christian Aid Week this year. Come and see the exhibition but help by giving up a little of your time to steward so that we can keep the church open and welcome as many people as possible to the exhibition.

    BIG BREKKIE - Saturday 19th May 2018 9 – 11am

    Join us for a delicious ‘continental style’ breakfast and meet speaker Fiona Daborn. Tickets £3.00

    BUCKET COLLECTION ON THE TOWN BRIDGE - Saturday 19th May 2018 10 – 4pm

    This was very successful last year. We need 2 people at a time to stand for 1 or 2 hours on the Bridge with a large collecting bucket and people will come to you to donate.

    HOUSE TO HOUSE COLLECTIONS

    It would be really good to continue this tradition as much as we can as it is a good way of meeting the people of the parish. If you are a regular collector and happy to continue please let us know. Marcia Headon and Linda Perry

  • Tuesday 22 May 2018, 7.00pm | Gracewell

    PCC Meeting 22 May 18

    7 pm The PCC Meeting will be held at the Gracewell Community Centre.

  • Monday 28 May 2018, 2.30pm | Hope URC

    Women’s Fellowship Meeting - A Talk on Optical Illusions

    This afternoon’s talk is by Mr Geoff Kirby on “Optical Illusions”.

    Meetings are held on the fourth Monday each month at 2 30 pm. We are a friendly group who welcome new members so do come and join us for fellowship and interesting afternoons with time for a chat over a cup of tea.

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GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25 May 2018 when it supersedes the UK Data Protection Act (DPA)1998.. Your church confirms that we will not disclose any of your data to any external organisation unless we have your consent or are required by law. We aim to keep information up-to-date and secure. If you require more information about your rights in relation to the information we hold about you please contact Philip Wise, Churchwarden, Holy Trinity Church by telephone 01305 759484 or via email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Vicar’s letter for April 2018

“WE HAVE JUST completed the greatest celebration of the Christian year: the Feast of Easter. Now we hear the wonderful stories of how Jesus appeared to so many different people after his resurrection: proof indeed that, as he promised, he has risen from the dead. We are Easter people who share in the new life which Jesus has won for us and so we boldly say: ‘Alleluia, Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia!’.”

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