This weekend, in both Farley and Pitton, we ensure that the sacrifices of those who have served our country are never forgotten.
SUNDAY – REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICES
10.50hrs Farley- led by Debbie McIsaac
Pitton – led by Alan Jeans
If anyone in Pitton has a ceramic poppy and would like to “plant” it at the foot of the soldier, you are invited to do so on Sunday before the service.
Pitton 9.15 – 9.45 hrs Informal prayers
10.15 – 11.30hrs Tuesday Group at Val’s home – Aymers House. Sara will be helping us to learn more about Peter.
Thank you to everyone who came to the church last Tuesday to fill Shoeboxes for the Samaritan’s Purse Shoe Box Appeal.Your kind donations of gifts and time will bring great joy to 23 children.
2 – 4pm Tea, Cake and Chatter at St.Peter’s
Farley – 11am Parish Eucharist – Simon
Pitton – 11am Methodist Communion – Bryan
Message from Jane:
CLARENDON TEAM NEWS
Please see the Team Website for details of all services this week.
Funerals in the Team in the next week:
Mrs Blanche Nicholson RIP at Winterslow on Saturday 16th November at 1pm
Mrs Bet Haskell at West Dean on 18th November at 12.30pm
Next Tuesday – November 12 – there will be a Julian Contemplative Prayer meeting at 9.30 am in the vestry of All Saints Church Whiteparish. To know more please contact Sheelagh Knight 01794 884402 or Jane Dunlop 01794 884793
SALISBURY STREET PASTORS
Salisbury Street Pastors are celebrating their 10 years’ anniversary and would love to invite you to their anniversary service on Wednesday 13th November at 7pm at Salisbury Baptist Church, Brown Street. ALL WELCOME.
Notice from Dennis Barnes, re The Children’s Society boxes, Winterslow:
Please return your boxes by Sunday 10th November to Kay Putman at All Saints church, Dennis Barnes at St John’s Church, or to Jolande at the Team Office. Please put your name on a slip of paper inside the box. Thank you to everyone who has donated via the boxes this year.
BCP Holy Communion service on the second Wednesday of each month at 3pm in All Saints Whiteparish.
A Communion service lasting only 30 minutes takes place every Wednesday morning at Whaddon at 10am. You would be most welcome to join the regular attendees.