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PARISH NEWS - 7 March 2021


Snow drops blooming at Saint James Dundas heralding Spring is near!


HOLY WEEK AND EASTER AT SAINT JAMES

Below is a listing all our services over Holy Week and Easter. There is something every day! Please consider sharing this flyer on Social media so others can join us.

EASTER NOVELTY

We are selling knitted Easter novelties! Feel free to share this flyer online or place an order! Thank you to everyone who donated yarn towards this project.



BOOK SALE!

We have a substantial list of books for sale. They’ll be going online for general sale in a few weeks time!

PODCAST

You can hear this week’s podcast here:

https://soundcloud.com/saint-james-455444660/7th-march-2021-cleansing-of-the-temple-john-2

WITH A SONG IN MY HEART

If you missed it, you can view our special service ‘With A Song in My Heart’ here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvDMmQbRang

Thanks to Richard Hansen for all his work towards creating this unique service.

COMPLINE

A reminder that our livestreamed service of compline is now at 8.30pm every Wednesday evening.

ZOOM COFFEE HOUR

Join us on Thursday morning at 10am for our weekly ‘coffee hour’ – a chance to share time and fellowship with one another.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87148814827?pwd=SlU4VDFudVZQM3g1ZWdzMGtzMy94Zz09

Meeting ID: 871 4881 4827

Passcode: 448066

READING THE BIBLE:

For those who wish to keep a pattern of daily Bible readings and reflections, the Bible readings for this coming week are below. The suggested readings are the Gospel reading appointed in the daily lectionary for the celebration of the Eucharist. This week:

Monday 8th March Luke 4.24-30

Tuesday Matthew 18.21-35

Wednesday Matthew 5.17-20

Thursday Luke 11.14-23

Friday Mark 12.28-34

Saturday Luke 18.9-14

Sunday John 3.14-21

PRAYER OF THE WEEK

Father, forgive

The Hatred which divides nation from nation, race from race, class from class,

Father, forgive.

The covetous desires of people and nations to possess what is not their own,

Father forgive.

The greed which exploits the labours of men and women

and lays waste the earth

Father, forgive.

Our envy of the welfare and happiness of others

Father, forgive.

Our indifference to the plight of the homeless and the refugee

Father, forgive.

The lust which uses for ignoble ends the bodies of men and women,

Father, forgive.

The pride which leads us to trust in ourselves and not in God

Father, forgive.

Written anonymously and left on the altar of Coventry Cathedral UK.

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