24th March 2019


The Third Sunday of Lent

 

8.00am Holy Eucharist


10.00am  Parish Eucharist with the Railway Children



CHURCH DIARY


The Church will be open from

Monday to Friday from 09.00am to 3.30pm


Monday

March 25

7.00pm Collegium Singers

Tuesday

March 26

9.30am  Church Mice

Wednesday

 

March 27

10.00am Holy Eucharist,

followed by coffee

7.30pm  Bellringing practice

Friday

March 29

9.30am LMG Prayers, Holy Trinity

9.30am St Andrews Church School Mothering Sunday Service

7.30pm  Choir practice

Saturday

March 30

9.30am Easter Cracked Dress Rehearsal, Church, Green, Rowbarton Methodist

2.30pm Perry family’s Afternoon Tea, Church Hall

7.00pm Barn Dance, Church Hall (doors open 6.30pm)



 This week's notices

PCC meeting – 24th March

There will be a brief PCC meeting in the Lady Chapel immediately after the 10.00am service to approve the accounts.

Notice is given that the ANNUAL PARISH MEETING (to elect Churchwardens) and the ANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH MEETING (APCM) will be held on Sunday 7th April 2019, in the church hall, following the 10am Eucharist.  The APCM is not a public meeting, only those whose names are on the Electoral Roll may attend and vote. We seek to elect five new members to the PCC this year.  Sue Goodman has the nomination forms and can answer any queries.

The new Electoral Roll is on display in the Narthex and will remain there until the APCM on 7th April.

I am still able to receive application forms but the names will not be added until after that date.

Ruth Cook, Electoral Roll Officer

Barn Dance – 30th March

Tickets for next Saturday's Barn Dance have now all sold out.  Apologies to anyone who was leaving it to the last minute: there's always next year!

Afternoon Tea – 30th March

Also on 30th March, Alison and Bill Perry’s family are having an Afternoon Tea from 2.30 – 4.30pm in the church hall to raise money for Musgrove Hospital Children’s Wards as thanks for all they did to support little Sophie through her leukaemia treatment.  They hope that the St Andrew’s community will want to join them in celebrating the end of Sophie’s treatment and to support this worthwhile cause.  Musical entertainment will be provided by Tone Woodwind Tuition.