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Pewsheet 9th June

    Second Sunday after Trinity

    8.00 am. Holy Communion

    11.00 am. Matins – Psalm 36, page 388

    Hymns: 498, 599, 449, 557

    Next Sunday, 16th June. Third Sunday after Trinity. 11.00 am. Family Communion.

    Our Away Giving for the month of June will be for the work of the Leprosy Mission. Leprosy is still found in more than 120 countries globally. Though the disease has been curable since 1982, there are still 200,000 new cases reported annually, with between 2 and 3 million people permanently disabled due to leprosy. Please look at the information available in church, and give as generously as you are able.

    The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Little Malvern Priory will be on Saturday 22nd June, in church at 3.00 pm, followed by Choral Evensong at 4.00 pm, when the preacher will be The Reverend Canon Dr. Stephen Edwards, Interim Dean of Worcester Cathedral.

    The garden visit this year is to Rhodds Farm near Kington, Herefordshire, on Thursday 27th June. The cost of £15 includes a guided visit and tea and we will car share. Details are on the notice board. Please sign-up if you wish to go.

    HARVEST WEEKEND – 5th/6th October 2024 – Advance Notice!

    Saturday 5th October: 7.00 pm. in church: “Desert Island Discs”: The Vicar reveals his eight favourites in conversation with Robert Jones (formerly Archdeacon of Worcester). All welcome; light refreshments will be served.

    Sunday 6th October: Harvest Thanksgiving.  11.00 am. Family Communion, followed by Harvest Lunch in Welland Village Hall. Look for more details nearer the time.

    The Prayer of Richard Baxter – Puritan Divine  (1615-1691) – remembered on 14th June

    Keep me, O Lord, while I tarry on this earth, in a daily serious seeking after thee, and in a believing affectionate walking with thee; that, when thou comest, I may be found not hiding my talent, nor serving my flesh, nor yet asleep with my lamp unfurnished, but waiting and longing for my Lord, my glorious God, for ever and ever. Amen.

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