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Services in the Tove Benefice next Sunday 11th November

9.00 am Said Service at Towcester
10.45 am Remembrance Service at Greens Norton
10.50 am Remembrance Service at Towcester with Studio Band with a parade afterwards to the Brackley Road Cemetery
2.30 pm Holy Baptism at Towcester
4.00 pm Bell Peal at Towcester
6.30 for 6.45 pm Towcestrians Prayers and Beacon lighting

Monday 13th November
9.00 am Morning Prayer
9.30 am Little Sprouts
5.00 pm Evening Prayer
Tuesday 13th November
8.00 am Holy Communion and Reflection at Greens Norton (BP)
9.45 am Visiting the housebound in Greens Norton
6.45 pm Evening Prayer and Reflection at Greens Norton
7.30 pm Pie and a Pint at the Butcher’s Arms Greens Norton *
Wednesday 14th November
9.00 am Morning Prayer at 169 Watling Street
10.15 am Holy Communion and Reflection (BP)
11.15 am Visiting the housebound in Towcester
5.00 pm Evening Prayer
Thursday 15th November
9.00 am Morning Prayer at 169 Watling Street
10.00 am Morning Prayer and Reflection with Coffee at Caldecote
5.00 pm Evening Prayer and Reflection followed by a Pub Supper *
Friday 16th November
10.00 am Morning Prayer, Reflection and Coffee at Easton Neston
10.00 am Refreshments with biscuits in the Chantry House
5.00 pm Evening Prayer
6.30 pm Choir Practice until 7.30 pm
8.00 pm Bell ringing
Saturday 17th November – Quiet Day at Bradden Village Hall
9.00 am Morning Prayer in Bradden
9.30 am Coffee at Bradden
10 00 am Quiet Day starts at Bradden – please bring your own lunch
10.00 am Chantry Coffee Morning run by Bellringers
3.00 pm Quiet Day closes at Bradden

This Week's Notices
Deanery & Diocesan Synod. St Lawrence needs at least two people to become members of Deanery Synod. It’s only 2 meeting a year and you get to know more about all our Deanery Churches activities. Please ask Rona if you want to know more. You only need to be on our Electoral Roll, not a PCC member. It’s a very interesting role.

Please pray for our Churchwardens as they meet with the Archdeacon to discuss the future Rector for our Benefice and for Ben and Sarah for a good last chapter with us.

Chantry House The Chantry committee has completed the works on the gable end which is now restored and should last for several decades to come. Unfortunately it has wiped out its funds and we have several more jobs to do to maintain the House. It is vital therefore that the Coffee Mornings continue to raise funds for the heating and lighting cost. CAN YOU spare a Saturday morning once every six months to run a coffee morning? Please speak to Rona or one of the Clergy. We are short of volunteers for 4 Saturdays January to June 2019!

Could you be a star Baker? Welcome cakes for new residents Could you make or deliver a welcome cake to our new residents opposite the racecourse? If so, please contact Anne Pendry. 01327 350666 or eleanorannetownsend@gmail.com

Do join us for the Shoebox Service at St Bartholomew’s on SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18th at 11.00am (refreshments from 10.30am). Greens Norton School will be taking part in the service. There are leaflets at the back of the Church giving details of the items to be included in the shoebox. Please support this worthwhile project and experience the joy of helping a child for whom this may be their only present. If you are unable to attend the service, please leave your filled shoebox at the back of the Church or in the Chantry Office. Any empty shoe boxes would also be appreciated for others to use. Barbara and Kevin Parfitt (bjp7@btinternet.com)

 

Regular Events

DAILY PRAYER
Join us at St Lawrence for daily prayers for the Benefice and the World 9.00am Monday, and Wednesday to Saturday 5.00pm

CHURCH BIBLE READING
Following the recent Benefice Bible morning and the free sample booklet entitled “Bible Reading Notes” you may be considering the next step for you to take. If anyone would like to receive Bible Reading Fellowship notes regularly, they would be welcome to join the group that I coordinate. you pay the price of the notes only – postage is free as they are all delivered to my address and I pass them on. The notes are sent in good time and each edition contains four months of readings:‐ January – April; May – August: and September – December. I would be delighted to hear from you by telephone (350578) or e‐mail (panda1130@btinternet.com) and give more details.
Ann Lawrence