The week commencing 25 November

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Next Sunday at St Edward’s will begin as usual with a Prayer Book communion service at 8.00 am. 
 
At the 11.00 am service four of our Westcott or Ridley ordinands will each talk briefly about an aspect of ministry they care deeply about. It should be an interesting and uplifting service, and worth making a special effort to come to. It will include

  • James Crockford on A Voyage of Discovery;
  • Catherine Duce on Church-based Work with the Homeless;
  • Iain McColl on Bristol Nights: Transforming Hospitality;
  • David Pickersgill on  The Inclusive Community.


At 3.00 pm there is a special open meeting of the Women’s network at which Laura Bardwell will be talking about Basha, a social enterprise working with street women in Bangladesh. All welcome.

At the 5.00 pm Eucharist Matt Russell will continue his series of sermons on Old Testament themes, talking about hope and trust, as reflected in Isaiah.

On Monday at 8.30 the choir of Girton College are performing Britten’s Ceremony of Carols.

On Wednesday at 8.00 pm there will be On The Edge, at which Iain McColl will talk about Listening with the Heart

On Thursday at 12.30 pm, there will be prayers for reconciliation and healing, led by Matt Russell, with laying on of hands for those who wish to receive it.

On Friday there will be a Prayer Book Communion service at 10.30 am, led by Alan Cole. The meditation group will meet at 5.30 pm, led by Fraser.

Fraser Watts

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