As we approach the last bank holiday of the summer, we look forward to enjoying the warmth and sunshine that is forecast. The next Bank Holiday will be Christmas!
CLARENDON TEAM NEWS
Pitton 11am – Parish Eucharist led by Jane Dunlop
Farley 6pm – Evening Prayer led by Mandy Mariner (replacing evensong as there will be no choir )
Pitton (St. Peter’s) 5pm A short informal act of remembrance and thanksgiving for all that Barry Cooper’s life has meant to us, our village and community. We also pray for Margaret and her family.
Margaret sends her love to all her friends. She is so grateful for the 180 plus emails that she has received and will be replying to them all, but be patient.
2-4pm Tea, Cake and Chatter will be at the Village Hall for the final time before returning to the church during the term time. It has ben wonderful to share tea and stories with such a variety of Pitton residents and a few from afar! Do come along and join us next week.
Sept. 1st NO Pathfinders
Sept. 8th at 10.30am Education Sunday at Pitton Primary School
Come along and enjoy coffee and croissants at 10.30am then stay to the service at 11am and listen to Mr Holyoake speak about our Church School Link.
Pathfinders will be meeting alongside the service and enjoying activities.
Sept. 10th Tuesday Group will reconvene after the summer break to look at St. Peter’s letters. The first gathering will be at Emmaus (Joan and Cliff Lodge’s home).
THERE IS NO CLARENDON TEAM WEEKLY NEWS THIS WEEK but here’s a reminder about Hymns and Pimms on Sunday 1st Sept. at 6pm at Alderbury Village Hall.
Enjoy your weekend
From Jane and Sarah
Note for Winterslow: On Tuesday 17th September the windows will be cleaned at All Saints, St John’s and the Team Office.
Please see the Team Website for details of all services this week.
The Team Office will be closed from Wednesday 21st August to Monday 2nd September inclusive.
INVITATION – HOST A BISHOP!
Can you host a Sudanese Bishop?
In July next year the Archbishop of Canterbury will invite all the Anglican bishops in the world to a Lambeth Conference, to be held in Canterbury. Bishop Nicholas is inviting all bishops in the Sudan and South Sudan, with their wives, to enjoy our hospitality in the Diocese of Salisbury for a few days before this conference – to deepen our friendship and to learn from each other.
This will be a great time of sharing and celebration and we are looking for hosts across the diocese to provide hospitality to our guests. Final arrangements have yet to be decided, but it looks likely we will need hosts to offer accommodation to one (or more) bishop and wife, for up to five or six nights between 16th-22nd July 2020. This will entail bed and breakfast and probably some ferrying around.
We envisage that, in every deanery, several bishops will be staying who could share a programme of visits and activities during the day – so we’re also looking for people to contribute to daily programmes. Some separate activities for wives will be organised by the Mothers’ Union. On a date to be confirmed there will be a service and reception for our guests in the Cathedral, at which hosts are also welcome. Details arrangements are developing, so we will keep you in touch as plans unfold.
We would love your involvement: if you may be able to help, please contact Sheila Trist on: email@example.com