Week @ St. Margaret's
17th. October. Twentieth Sunday after Trinity is
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10.30 a.m. Sung
Celebrant & Preacher
- Canon Peter Johnson
p.m. Evening Prayer,
of Common Prayer)
Morning Prayer is streamed
live on our Facebook
to Saturday at 8.30 a.m.
Thursday, Oct 21st. Focus on Faith,(Unit 4, @Jesus the Christ.
7.30 p.m. in the Parish Room
10 – 11.30 a.m.
Jam Tots – for parents/carers and toddlers
Next Sunday October 24th.
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a.m. Sung Eucharist
p.m. Holy Baptism
p.m. Evening Prayer (BCP)
Our mums, babies and toddlers ministry has
now opened for 2021/22.
We meet each Friday, 10 - 11.30 in the Parish Room.
We also hope to re-start Vintage Jam
as soon as the refurbishment of the Parish Room
on Faith’ (Unit
2: The Journey), is our course for adults who wish to discover
richness of our faith, who
may wish to be Baptised or Confirmed and for Christians who
wish to renew
their faith and
their baptismal vows. The course is held on Thursday evenings at
7.30 p.m. in the Parish Room. More information
from Fr Andrew.
team of monthly brass-cleaners would
love to have your help for an hour!
Contact Sue Boon
our prayers -
All Ebbsfleet Parishes
at this time.
- especially Russell Watson, Emma Duffield & John and Sally
All Nurses - especially Erin, Carol, Lauren & Wendy.
The Sick - especially - John & Sheila Jinman, Mark,
Uma, John Morris, Mamen Chandy, Paul Bradley, Basil
& Joyce Brown,
Leyla Toms, Rupert, Matthew Ittycharia, Eleanor Duncan,
Debbie Pritchard, Kerry Richardson.
Recently Died - Daphne New, Ken Barnes, Roy Banner.
Year’s Mind -
Prayer for the Society of St. Wilfred & St.
Father, bless the Bishops, clergy and people of The Society. Bind
us together in love and faith. Renew us in service and
witness, and by your Holy Spirit guide our future and make plain
your purposes. We ask this through Christ our Lord.
St. Wilfred, pray for us! St. Hilda, pray for us!
Church after the Pandemic - join the discussion!
The Covid 19 pandemic will overshadow our lives
for some time to come. There will be a ‘reset' in society involving
work patterns, for example. Many people have been traumatised by
the events of the last year, and the
aftermath will linger for a years to come.
, The vaccination programme
is a reason to be cheerful, and eventually
physical Church and community activities will be
possible again. But will they be the same?
As we emerge, the Church faces new challenges and opportunities.
We have discovered new ways of praying,
new ways of connecting, and these
lessons will not be lost!
The time to start envisaging our future starts now, which is
why Sue Boon and I are inviting you to join a
which will be held on Zoom in a couple of weeks time.
..........................We will then invite everyone to
take part in one or more Zoom meetings. -
to the Government’s continued Covid measures, we have with
deep regret had to cancel our pilgrimage this year. All costs will
Next year’s pilgrimage will be 13th -16th May 2022.
Shrine of the Holy House of
Our Lady of Walsingham.
Our Annual church meeting was held on June 27th and our Annual Report
for 2020 is now available.
here to view the 2020 report