This week’s Pew Sheet

Do not deceive yourselves by just listening to his word; instead, put it into practice.                                                                               James, Ch. 1, vs. 22.

This week we especially hold in our prayers:

The people of California:  battling wildfires and for those who have lost loved ones, homes and livelihoods; also, those affected by the floods and landslides in Vietnam.
– The negotiations and discussions over Brexit:  Pray that our politicians will listen, reflect and work together on this.
– The good works of the Stop the Traffik campaign: particularly locally.
The continuing life of this Church:
Our visiting clergy, Revd. Tim Searle, leading our 8.45 a.m. Said Communion, and our local team of Stephanie Barlow and Fiona Grove as they lead our 10.00 a.m. Morning Worship;
The Profile Group, tasked with writing the profile and role description as part of the recruitment process in the search for our new minister.
– Any known to us who are sick or in any other kind of need at this time: and especially those whom we have been remembering recently on our Prayer Network.  We remember especially Ben Warner’s uncle/Katie Warner’s brother in law, Simon, who is seriously ill at the moment, pray for his family and those caring for him, and also the Flack family as they care for Alison.  May they all feel comforted by God’s presence.

 We remember those who have died, and in particular this week:
Jean Bray, aged 66 years, for 15th October 1993.