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WELCOME! 27th May 2018 Pentecost

THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
Thought for the week from Canon Andrew
Today we keep our patronal festival and celebrate the feast of the Holy Trinity.  Many of the most precious things in life cannot be explained; they can only be experienced and appreciated. Take for example trust, forgiveness, loyalty, friendship and love. Each of them is hard to define but when we meet them in life, we know that they are real. They are mysteries. God is also a mystery. He cannot be fully understood. But we grow in appreciation of his love.  On Trinity Sunday God makes himself known as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and in the name of that Trinity we ask his blessing on us and our parish church.
 
Today at Holy Trinity                  
8am Said Eucharist
9.45am Sunday School (Crypt)
10am Parish Sung Eucharist
6.30pm – CHORAL EVENSONG FOR TRINITY SUNDAY

Eucharist Hymns: 170, 95, 356, To God be the Glory (sheets)
During Communion the Choir will sing the anthem:
Holy, Holy, Holy, - Schubert
Our organist is David Bruce-Payne;
the Cantor is Keith Whittock

Refreshments will be served after the 10am service

We pray for the sick:
Dee Allenby, Marion Cooper, Alan Ford, Wyatt Franklin (baby), Beryl Hamlet, Antonio Hartley, Dan Hoskins, Jessica Jacobs, John Kemble, Debbie Lane, Maddison Lane, Nellie Levey, Peter Nash, Christopher Newbery, Dennis Padden, Sarah Ray, Glen Sands, Deb Smith (Priest), Margaret Tambling, Geoffrey Walton (Priest), Caron Yardley, Isabelle, Julia.

We remember the recently departed:  Gerry Shenton
We remember those with anniversaries at this time: 
Carol White, Maragret Seymore, Gill Ransome, Girlie Hopkins, Karina Glynn, Roger Fooks, Christopher Biles, Daniel Dodd
Rest Eternal grant unto them, O Lord,
and let light perpetual shine upon them;
May they rest in peace, and rise in glory.

GIFT AID:  We would be grateful if you would kindly place your offering in an envelope which may be found in your church pew or at the back of the church. Thank you

This week
Wed 30th 10am Said Eucharist at Gracewell
Saturday 2nd June 10am – 2pm CHURCH COFFEE SHOP
Saturday 2nd June 4pm Wedding

Next Sunday 3rd June – TRINITY 1
8am Said Eucharist
10am Parish Sung Eucharist
12.30pm Thanksgiving for the gift of a child – William Hunt
6.30pm Evening Prayer
The Sunday school meets in the crypt at 9.45am

The Readings for Trinity 1 are: Deuteronomy 5: 12-15;            2 Corinthians 4: 5-12; Mark 2:23- 3:6


# The Lantern food box is in place for your gifts – thank you!

# Coffee Shop – the next one is on Sat 2nd June.  There are lists in the Organ Transept for you to sign if you can help on the day and/or make cakes.  As always, all help and contributions are greatly appreciated.  If you need cakes collected, let me know.  Many thanks! Alyson

Charity Summer Concert:          TICKETS ON SALE TODAY               Friday 8th June 7pm at Holy Trinity church. Artists to include: Weymouth Concert Brass, James Graham (Piano), Jane McKell (drama), The Dean Academy and others.  Tickets - £7 to include light refreshments. Proceeds to be shared between HT Restoration & Weymouth Read Easy.

# Cleaning Holy Trinity.  All those who are wishing to help keep Holy Trinity looking clean and loved, please come to a meeting on Sat 9th June at 10am.  Come prepared to start work!  Whatever you can do, great or small, will be appreciated.  Contact Jane on 549743 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

# The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25 May 2018.  The full text is in the May Magazine. Please contact Philip Wise 759484 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

# Fair Trade Stall is open every Sunday at HT.

# Potential hosts!  I’m a co-ordinator for foreign students studying A-Levels in Weymouth.  I seek homes to host them. The sponsor company pays up to £371 per month per student. They are bright and already speak English.  Please call me, Mike Sewry on 07766 504772 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Dates for your Diary
Please see the May magazine for dates of Cruise Ships visits and to support Peter and Ann with their Ministry of Welcome.

Women’s Fellowship: The proposed outing for the 11th June has been cancelled. There will now be a boat trip on MV Freedom on July 3rd. Please contact Pat Reeves for details.

28th May/3rd June HT Lantern Week – gifts of food, please!
Sat 2nd June Church Coffee Shop – 10am to 2pm
Fri 8th June 7pm Summer Charity Concert
Sat 9th June – 10am Cleaning volunteers meeting and cleaning!

The Vicar is Canon Andrew Gough
Tel 01305 760354 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Notices for the Pew Sheet to the Vicar by Wed 12 noon

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)

What’s on

  • Friday 1 June 2018, 12.01am–6.08pm | Holy Trinity

    YOUR Choir Needs YOU

    As we journey through Lent towards Easter, many of us take the time to both reflect on what has passed and look forward to new life and new beginnings in the future.  Members of Holy Trinity’s choir are no different and, prompted by several photographs dated from 2002, have been evaluating the choir’s role in worship and also its composition.  The most striking feature seems to be the current dearth of boy or girl choristers - each photograph conveys a complement of at least ten compared with the current, single, child member.

    This is obviously a concern for both now and in the future because the choir, as a living, evolving body needs new blood in order to ensure not only its growth but its very existence.  Musically, treble voices add an extra dimension to the sound of worship - without them some pieces of music cannot be performed.
    As a result of this, the choir is keen to try a range of approaches in order to encourage children and young people to come and join us - after all choirs are enjoying a huge surge in popularity at the moment, something not many people would have predicted only a few years ago (a testament to the power of television, perhaps)?

    The most obvious tactic is to strengthen relations with Holy Trinity Primary School and encourage pupils to take part in some joint musical ventures with choir and wider church to give them a flavour of what it involves and what we are like.

    We also have plans for a junior/training choir which would join with the main choir on specific occasions, e.g. weddings, and sing suitably selected music.  When proficient, junior members would be invited (with much pomp and ceremony) to join the main choir.  We also envisage a social side to the junior choir to ensure that members feel that their contribution and commitment is valued and to encourage friendship and ‘team-building.’ During one of his visits to Yorkshire, Derek (our Director of Music) visited St. Mary’s Church, Masham which obviously has a vibrant choir which records its activities daily in a dedicated book which is available for anyone to look through - something Holy Trinity could emulate.

    Our ideas and aims are all very well but will come to nothing if we cannot break down the barriers, dispel the fear and encourage people of all ages to give it a go.  We welcome new members of any age or voice range - can you sing? You don’t have to be a virtuoso - just be able to hold a tune (and preferably follow simple instructions - but if you can’t, don’t let that stop you - it’s never stopped anyone before)! Do you know anyone, young or old who might like to join us?  Can you think of any clubs or societies where we could advertise? (Would you like to join our press gang)?

    Our vision is to report this time next year that we have made some progress - help us to make that vision a reality.

  • 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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Thought for the Week 20th May 2018

The great feast of Pentecost is a celebration of the Spirit on us, Christ’s disciples of our time. Will this coming mark a new beginning in our lives? Everybody wants to change the world but few want to change themselves. Pentecost is an invitation and an opportunity to let God’s Spirit change us even a little to start.

Canon Andrew

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Vicar’s letter for May 2018

“Over the last few weeks we have been bombarded with literature from all political parties as well as candidates canvassing at our doors for local elections. When the apostles elected a successor to the traitor Judas they simply drew lots, no doubt believing that by doing so they were placing the decision in God’s hands. ”

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