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Weekly News in the Coracle

D I A R Y


Sunday   25th February

7.30am           Said Eucharist

9am                Sung Eucharist 

10.30am        Choir practice, Moline Village

       

Monday 26th February

Birthday—Jessie King

 

Tuesday 27th February

Birthday—Sally Gaunt

 

Wednesday 28th February 

10am Eucharist

Thursday 1st March

11am    Shawford Lodge

7pm    Lent Study

 

Friday 2nd March 

2pm    World Day of Prayer Service (Suriname)

Saturday  3rd March

Birthday—Phoebe Bierma 

Yearly Remembrance - Gary Parsons

 

Sunday    4th March

7.30am    Said Eucharist

9am         Sung Eucharist 

10.30am  Moline Village, Choir practice, Church Council Meeting 

Monday    5th March Public Holiday - Office Closed


           

Save the Dates:

Fundraising Feasts for Feasts

Thursday March 29th

Maundy Thursday Service & Agape Dinner 6.30pm/7pm

Sunday June 10th 9am (no 7.30am service) St Columba Patronal Festival Service with the Bishop & brunch

Friday June 29th

St Peter & St Paul Service & Dinner 6.30pm/7pm

Wednesday July 25th

St James Service & Dinner 6.30pm/7pm

Friday August 24th

St Bartholomew Service & Dinner 6.30pm/7pm

 

 


  WE PRAY FOR

 

Archbishop Kay

Bishop Kate,  Bishop Jeremy 

Our Rector Gail & Formation student David

Parish of  Bellevue-Darlington,

Parish of  Swanbourne-Mt Claremont,

Anglicare
Students in Formation
Lent Study Group Choir
Churches Together in Stirling
Jane Blanchard
Roger & Denise Blazey
Mary Bloomer


 

 

 

 


 

MU Focus for the week: Women Worldwide

MU brings us in contact with women throughout the world. We hear their voices, their needs and triumphs. We are sisters in faith, we pray together and thank God for his faithfulness through the ages. We pray for women who still suffer injustice, whether in education, the workplace or in relationships.

In Australia members are committed to prayer and support to disadvantaged women and children. We give thanks for God’s love and protection over 125 years. Let us pray for God’s guidance and a renewed vision for the future.

 

Updated notes for rostered duty descriptions are available for sidespeople, readers, morning tea cooks and servers, flower arrangers and MCs. If you undertake any of these roles please make sure you have a copy.

 

 

Parish Pantry

Thank you for your support.  Everyone really appreciates the food you are donating for emergency bags and
lunch-boxes. We particularly need long-life milk, baked beans, pasta sauce, coffee and  butter & margarine, tinned soup, stews, fish and meat at this time as well as cash for $25 Coles vouchers.
Lunch Box Angels are now operating again for the new school year. 
Please donate suitable snacks and boxed drinks or cash.


PASTORAL VISITS

Please let Gail know if you would like a visit, or for someone you know at home or in hospital for prayer, communion or anointing or simply a chat over a cup of tea.

Gail is not available Tuesday  unless it is an emergency but otherwise is happy to come when available. 


FUNERAL PLANNING

Several parishioners have met with Gail to choose the hymns and readings for their funerals and other liturgy requests for such a service. The information is then kept on file to assist family members with their planning when the time comes. Please consider doing this whatever your age or state of health, it is important that your wishes are communicated. Planning forms are available from the office.


HELP NEEDED

Please consider helping as a reader, sidesperson, morning tea server or provider, MC, LA or projector operator as there are some spaces to be filled on the rosters at either service. Let Gail know if you are interested. Job descriptions are available.

 

PARISH DIRECTORY

If you are not in the Parish directory and would like to be included please give your details to the office.

DONATION FOR MORNING TEA  

If you would like to provide morning tea after the 9am service but do not want to cook, please give a donation of $20 in an envelope marked morning tea and give to office or put in the collection.


 

 

 




 


 

 

 


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St Columba's Anglican Church
150 Northstead Street, Scarborough, W.A., 6019

Ph: 08 9341 3861 or  Email