Benefice-Bulletin-11 Jan-2015

Report
Our Mission Statement 2015
We vow to be - a people of Worship
a people of Fellowship
a people of Community
January Prayer Diary
Sunday 11thJanuary 2015
Baptism of Christ
People:
Our nearest neighbours, for good and fruitful relationships
Those starting a new job or venture this New Year
Those who feel the cold this winter, that we can help them
All who are unwell, or who need daily support
Places:
St. John the Baptist
Mount Bures
St. Andrew
Wormingford
St. Peter & St. Paul
Little Horkesley
The Church:
Today’s Readings
(to follow in your pew Bible)
Wormingford 8am; Mount Bures 9:15am; Little Horkesley 11am:
Acts 19:1-7; Mark 1:4-11
Wormingford 11am: 1 Samuel 16:1-3;13; John 1:29-34
Little Horkesley 6:30pm: Ephesians 2:1-10; Mark 1:4-11
This week’s Memory Verse
I have baptised you with water;
But he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit
Mark 1:8
Next Sunday,
TAKE
ME
HOME!
The Paris terror victims, freedom of speech, respect & tolerance
All those suffering from the Ebola Virus, and for a speedy cure
The many countries where Christians are persecuted
Deanery officers, as we set a plan for the future
The Wormingford Facilities Project, for good progress
Our finances, as we begin a new year
This week’s Notices
Dorothea Boggis-Rolfe
We rejoice that Dorothea celebrates
her 100th birthday on 17th January!
Mission Meeting – now 28th January
The meeting to plan our mission activities in 2015
will now take place at 7:30pm on Wednesday 28th January
at Holts, Little Horkesley. All are welcome to come along
The Stour Valley – A Prehistoric landscape
18th
January
09:15 Family Communion, Mount Bures
11:00 Family Communion, Wormingford
11:00 Morning Service, Little Horkesley
18:30 Evensong & Communion, Little Horkesley
This new book, with a Foreword by Ronald Blythe and
dedicated to Ida McMaster, is available in Church priced at £5
More Online – visit
www.wormingford.com
www.littlehorkesley.com
www.mountbures.com
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Widely
Recycled
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