Weekly Notices and Upcoming Events

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 Monday - Saturday, 5:30pm: Evening Prayer is celebrated at St Mary de Haura  

Sunday              13 OCT Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity
8:00am                 Said Holy Communion
10:00am               Parish Holy Communion       Revd Jane presides & Canon Ann preaches

Monday            14 OCT
8:00pm               Bible Study    at Sally's (5  Beach Road)

Tuesday            15 OCT
9:00am                 Morning Prayer    in the side chapel, followed by
9:30am                 Informal Holy Communion

                              (The laying of hands for healing is also offered)

Wednesday     16 OCT
10:00am               Craft and Fellowship Group    in church

Thursday           17 OCT
6:00pm                  Choir Practice    with Fiona and Simon
7:30pm                  Celtic Evening Prayer

Friday                18 OCT
8:00am                 Meditation with Morning Prayer    St Mary de Haura

Sunday              20 OCT Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity
8:00am                 Said Holy Communion
10:00am               Parish Holy Communion       Revd Jane presides & Sally preaches
                              (Fairtrade stall in the hall after the 10.00am service)


Fundraising Updates

The amount in the Harvest Festival collection was
£320.

With th addition of GiftAid,
£400 has be raised for
Turning Tides.

Thank you to everone who generously.


Help Needed Serving Teas and Coffees

We know that you all really enjoy refreshments after the 10.00am service
and the very valuable time to
 spend with friends.

However, Rita & Terry would love some help in the kitchen.

Over the last several months,
the numbers helping have fallen;
there is a 
desperate need for new blood.

So please, if you can help just once a month,
have a word with Rita, Terry or Keith
after the 10.00am service or ​​​​​​​in the hall during 
coffee.

They will be delighted!


Bob Caffyn's Cards

If you have old greetings card lying around,
collecting dust, why not give them to
Bob Caffyn?

He will recycle them into new cards
to sell and raise funds for our church.


Shoreham Foodbank: Information

Shoreham Foodbank provides nutritionally-balanced, no-perishable food, ensuring each parcel contains enough nutrition for an individual or a family for three days.

A typical food parcel includes: breakfast cereal, soup, pasta, rice, pasta sauce, tinned beans, tinned meat, tinned vegetables, tinned fruit, tea or coffee, sugar, biscuits and snacks.

As the demands on the Foodbank grow, so have the number of donation points - there are now 13 throughout Shoreham and Southwick. To find the one closest to you, please visit:

https://shoreham.foodbank.org.uk/give-help/donate-food/

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Please remember:
Here at the Church of the Good Shepherd,
we also have a regular collection of your donations
on the second Sunday of each month.

Caroline and George


Dolls Needed: A Request from Andrea Weller

As you may know, I work at Worthing Hospital.
We often have patients who have dementia.
I would like to have a supply of dressed dolls to give out
to such patients in order to calm them.

They do not need to be new but must be in good condition.

If you can help, please bring them to church
and give them to Sheila Powell.

Thanks in anticipation,
Andrea


Altar Servers at the 10:00am Sunday Service

The number of people able to act as Acolytes and Crucifers
has dropped; we would dearly like new members to join us.

The duties are not onerous, and these roles give an opportunity
not only to serve the church but also to develop relationships
within the church with both lay and ordained members.

If you are interested, or would like more information,
please speak to Judy Short after the service.


Church Cleaning: Volunteers Urgently Needed

Pauline would dearly like help with the church cleaning 
which she had previously been doing almost single-handedly.

Some volunteers have kindly come forward,
but more are needed.

Ideally, she would like to hear from people prepared to
form teams of two for the cleaning of church and vestry
one week every month.

If you can help, please speak to her -
and make her a very happy bunny!


Craft and Fellowship Group: Appeal for Materials

The Craft and Fellowship Group need:

  • buttons
  • wool
  • embroidery silks
  • ribbons
  • remnants of material/lining material

If you are able to provide any of these items, we will be very grateful.

Please speak to Sheila or Angela



EVENTS FOR YOUR DIARY

Messy Church: 3.00-5.00pm, SAT, 19 OCT    Good Shepherd church hall

Creativity, story, song, games, food, family, celebration.

This month’s theme is
‘Let your Light Shine’.

(Suggested donation: £2 - £5 per family.)

All welcome.


Just A Minute: 7:30pm, SAT, 26 OCT    Church of the Good Shepherd hall

An evening of entertainment as local celebrities attempt to speak on a subject, about which they have no warning, for 60 seconds - without hesitation, repetition or deviation.

For more details, please click HERE.



OTHER NEWS AND INFORMATION

Church of the Good Shepherd ChoirFiona West is Church of the Good Shepherd choir leader. Our thanks to her and to our great team of singers and musicians. Music is such an important part of our worship, and we are blessed to have so much talent in our midst! For more information, click HERE.


Chichester Cathedral: for latest details of events, click HERE.


Flower Sponsorship List

If you would like to sponsor the flower arrangements in church for a special event, whether a celebration or in memory of a loved one who has died, then please enter all necessary details in the relevant week on the Flower Sponsorship Schedule which is on the table at the back of the church.

The rota for 2019 is on the clipboard at the back of the church. If you find that your preferred date is already taken, we suggest that you explore the possibility of a 'joint sponsorship' for that weekend.

If you have any queries, please speak to Chris Thompson.


Contacting a Priest:

Canon Ann is the first point of contact if you would like to speak to a priest.

annwaizeneker[@]gmail.com  /  01273 965303

Or you are welcome to approach Revd Jane directly, if you wish.

bartlett.jane[@]ntlworld.com  /  07935 538085

N.B. Canon Ann's day off is FRIDAY; Revd Jane's day off is MONDAY.


Enquiries about Marriages:

Please contact the Parish Office, 1 New Road, Shoreham-by-Sea

smdh.office[@]gmail.com / 01273 440202


Church Hall Bookings:

For hall bookings or enquiries, please email

goodshepherdhall[@]gmail.com 

Alternatively, phone the Parish Office [10:00am - 1:00pm, TUE, WED or THU ]
01273 440202, or leave a message outside these hours.

Further details can be found in the church hall, the church porch or  by clicking HERE.


Recorded Services

If you know of anyone who cannot get to church but might like to listen to our 10:00am service at home, please talk to Brian who can produce a CD or download it to a USB memory stick.

To listen to sermons from the past few weeks, click HERE.

Brian would love to have your feedback on this valuable facility.


Safeguarding (formerly Child Protection)

Derek Hansen has overall responsibility for Safeguarding and he will be looking after the DBS checks (Disclosure & Barring Service - formerly CRB) for those involved in church activities with children or vulnerable adults.


Items for the Next Notice Sheet

Please forward items for the notice sheet (by 6:00 pm on Tuesday each week) to:

 goodshepherd.office14[@]gmail.com

THANK YOU