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Welcome to the Newsletter

for the Thirteenth Week after Trinity 2019

It was a great pleasure to catch up with some of the worshipping community at Chilworth on Sunday. Andrew's sermon from that service is stirring reading. In addition to our eco tip, news about harvest events and our services, I've written a reflection on the state of the union based on some thoughts that came to me at Matins. You can follow the progress of our pilgrims in Assisi (intermittently) on Instagram.
Smiling parishoners gather round priest at Altar

Sunday September 15th Services

September 15, 2019

8:00 am Early Morning Holy Communion (BCP)

at St Mark, Ampfield More information

9:30 am Holy Communion

at All Saints, North Baddesley More information

9:30 am Holy Communion (BCP)

at St Denys, Chilworth More information

Key events

T-Cup café: Macmillan coffee morning

Thursday 26 September 10am-12pm

Join in the worlds biggest coffee morning with Macmillan Cancer Care at T-Cup café.
In addition to all the usual good things: drinks, snacks and some of the best home made cakes. Every penny raised this week will go toward helping Macmillan's services for people living with cancer.
T-Cup café: Macmillan coffee morning

Harvest lunch October 13th

Scrumptious harvest lunch. An annual, much looked forward to Ampfield institution. From the team at St Mark. If you can help with serving, preparation or especially with donating some food then please sign the board at St Mark, or contact us using the form below.

Harvest festival giving October 6 and 13 2019

Harvest festivals: October 6th in North Baddesley and Chilworth October 13th in Ampfield Donations of tinned and packaged food can be brought along to these services. Food will be given and to Romsey food-bank and Winchester night shelter.

Recycling as part of daily life

Please recycle. Please also take recycling to collection points as part of journeys you have to make anyway: to work, to shop, for leisure. Otherwise your journey adds unnecessary pollution. Reduce Reuse, Recycle We encourage recycling by our congregations. We also strongly encourage two other approaches: Reducing the amount we consume, and re-useing what we already have. Here’s an EcoTip …
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Pressed aluminum cans

Help Romsey Food bank

Our churches collect for Romsey Food Bank, and can help you access the Food Bank service if you need it. The food bank is trying to restock following a very busy summer. It is important we support them to get back to full stocks before colder weather hits and Christmas. @acnbchurch Team We are in particular need of the following …
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Recent talks from @acnbchurch

Radical discipleship

May I speak in the name of the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit, Amen. Would you please sit. Well here we are deep in the midst of Trinity. The Trinity season, the twelfth Sunday after Trinity, a time of reflection and growth and learning hence the green in all the vestments and so forth. In the past weeks the …

Reluctant saints in God's kingdom

How do I find out what are God’s ways for my life and my family? What does it mean to live as members of God’s Kingdom? This past week I have been able to have a few days retreat, to spend some time in contemplation and to read. I’ve been reading three books which point to quite a different style …
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