8am HOLY COMMUNION in Church
10am MORNING WORSHIP in Church and on YouTube
TODAY – Fairtrade Video
On Sunday 12th March, we are going to show a short video from the Fairtrade Foundation during coffee time. It will tell us how Fairtrade helps farmers to grow sustainably, and helps ensure the future supply of coffee, cocoa, tea and bananas.
2pm to 4pm WARM SPACE ON SUNDAYS in the Church Hall
Monday 13th March 7.30pm Planning Mtg for Summer Activity Day – 12 Artis Avenue
Tuesday 14th March 9.00am Morning Prayer in Church
Thursday 16th March 9.00am Morning Prayer in Church
Friday 17rd March 12-12.45pm Lent Lunches at St Joseph’s Church
SUNDAY 19th MARCH 2023
LENT 4 / MOTHERING SUNDAY
8am HOLY COMMUNION in Church
Preacher: Revd Phill Harrison
Sidesperson: Ron & Joan Reader
10am HOLY COMMUNION in Church and on YouTube
Preacher: Revd Phill Harrison
Intercessor: Helen Toomer
Reading: Nehemiah 8. 1-12
Reader: Janet Henderson
Sidespersons: Sally Parker and June Bradley
If you would like to join a small group, please contact the leaders of the groups below and find out where there is space. We would love to have everyone involved in a small group.
|22 Kellsborough Avenue
|12 Artis Avenue
|Tuesdays at 7.30pm
|Alternate Tuesday evenings
|Wednesday evenings during term time.
|Karen & Phill Harrison
|Saturday men’s breakfast
Live streaming the 10am service
The 10am service will be live streamed on You Tube. Please visit our YouTube Channel on https://www.youtube.com/@WroughtonWichelstoweParChurch (or search for Wroughton and Wichelstowe Parish church) and press the ‘subscribe’ button.
‘Electoral Roll Revision 2023
Our annual church Electoral Roll revision runs from 27 Feb to 24 April 2023. The roll is open to anyone over 16 years old, who is baptised and is either resident in the parish or who regularly attends our services. Being on the roll allows you to attend and vote at the Annual Meeting on 21st May and, if you are not resident in the parish it gives you certain rights otherwise only given to residents. If you regularly attend our services and are not already on the roll, we would like to encourage you to join the electoral roll. Application forms are available in church or from the Parish Office- tel 01793 812050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and completed forms should be returned to the Parish Office by 24 April.’
Swindon Food Collective
Thank you to Cher Smith for joining us on Sunday 5th to tell us about the work of the Food Collective. Regular news and updates can be found here: https://www.swindonfoodcollective.org/news/ their website also has more information about volunteering opportunities.
Worship and Prayer Gathering – focus on education
Good News for Swindon (The main church network in Swindon) is holding an evening of worship and praying for schools and colleges across Swindon. This is a great opportunity to pray for our children, their teachers and school support staff – please particularly encourage those involved in the education sector, as well as parents, to come and be involved! Tuesday 14th March – 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start at The Deanery CE Academy (SN1 7DA). Finish at approx. 9pm.
Soup ~ Bread ~ Cheese
Tea Or Coffee
Every Friday during Lent at St Joseph’s Parish Centre, Devizes Road, Wroughton
From Friday 24th February, 12noon to 12.45pm – Donations for Christian Aid/Cafod
Summer activity day
We are planning to run a children’s activity day in the school summer holidays this year. We will be having our first planning meeting on Monday 13th March at 7.30pm at 12 Artis Avenue Wroughton. If you would like to help out at this event please join us at the meeting or speak to Hannah Wrixon or Carolyn Kirk for further information.
Unfortunately we have had to cancel the litter pick on Tuesday 14th March. However we will still be meeting on 15th April to collect litter from the edge of the village (including Brimble and Priors Hill). Please meet at the church Hall at 2 pm to join in. We will arrange another litter pick for the village centre in the near future .
Wroughton and Wichelstowe
Monday 3rd April, 11.30 am
Church Hall, Priors Hill, Wroughton
craft, games, story
Bring the family, we cannot look after unaccompanied children.
Parish Office 01793 812050
|Nehemiah Chapter 6 – questions for small groups and reflection
1. When have you been persistent in prayer and seen that prayer
2. When have you been persistent in prayer and nothing has happened?
3. Nehemiah perseveres with his task despite constant difficulties. When
have you had to show perseverance like this?
4. How can you tell if you should persevere with something or if it is
right to let it go?
5. How do we show perseverance in our faith? What does this look like
for us as Christians?
Brighter Futures Blanket
This is our first blanket of 2023 which I delivered to GWH last week.
Thanks to all our knitters and also to Jean Ford who sewed it up.
It will go to the End of Life Unit to brighten the patients room.
The family are then able to take it home.
Eco Top Tips – practical ways to take better care of God’s creation
March – Going shopping
- Make a list before you go food shopping to help avoid over impulse buying and buying food you will end up throwing away.
- Reduce your impact on the environment by buying second hand when you can. Ebay and charity shops are good sources of reused items.
The Church will be floodlit will be floodlit on Sunday 12th March by Ann & Karen Everden in memory of
We commend to God’s care and keeping those who have, died recently. We pray for all those who mourn the loss of a loved one.
|The Parish Office, Priors Hill, Wroughton, SN4 0RT Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9am to 1.30pm
01793 812050 email@example.com
Revd Phill Harrison – Vicar 01793 812301 firstname.lastname@example.org
Revd Chris Hunter – Curate 01793 814987 email@example.com
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The Road to the Cross
The Salvation Army, Chapel Street,
Gorse Hill, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 8DA
Saturday 25th March 2023 at 6.00pm
Join us on a journey following Jesus and his disciples from Palm Sunday to Pentecost.
This production clearly portrays the Gospel message of
God’s love to humanity.
Professional and self-contained, it features a visually striking set, costumes, sound and lighting.
Suitable for ages 14+
Tickets can be purchased at the Salvation Army, Chapel Street, Gorse Hill, Swindon, SN2 8DA
at a cost of £12 in advance and £14 on the night.
Tickets can also be purchased online at:
Please note: There is a small booking fee per ticket when buying online. We encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance as the price rises to £14 on the day.
SS8 | www.bristol.anglican.org