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Easter 5

Acts 17.22-31; 1 Peter 3.13-22
John 14.15-21

St George's Church, Campden Hill

8am Holy Communion (BCP)
10.00am - Sung Eucharist with Sacrament of Healing
Celebrant & Preacher: Fr James Heard
Director of Music: Andrew Wells

St John the Baptist, Holland Road

5pm - Choral Evensong with the choir of All Souls, Langham Place

Officiant and Thought for the Day: Fr James Heard

6.30pm - Sung Mass with Sacrament of Healing
Celebrant: Fr Peter Wolton
Preacher: Fr James Heard
Organist: Paul Joslin

Christian Aid week starts on 14th until 21st May, we have envelopes which you can add a donation to and return to the parish office where they will be collected together and sent off to Christian Aid the week of 28th May. 

Thursday 18 May, Lunch Club celebrated Ivo Morshead, co-founder with his wife, Anne.  The Memorial Bench donated by the Lunch Club is in the Church gardens.  We also thank the Lunch Club for the new ovens which they have installed in the kitchen, and the new dishwasher which was donated earlier on in the year.

We have our Cake and Compassion Candle sale after church on Sunday 21st May, if you are a baker all donations are welcome and please come and buy a loved one some cake and a compassion candle.  Christian Aid Week is 60 years old this year, and the money raised during this week is particularly focused on work amongst refugees in the Middle East.  

United Tuesday’s returns with a course by Fr Richard Rohr entitled ‘Embracing an Alternative Orthodoxy’.   The 5-week course starts on Tuesday 23 May at 7pm after the 6.30 Eucharist, the theme is Atonement Theology.  The following sessions are: 6 June - Eco-spiritualty; 20 June - The Cosmic Christ; 27 June - Orthodoxy vs Orthopraxy and 4 July - Mysticism over Moralism.

Wednesday 24 May Bible Study Lunch following the noon Eucharist.  All welcome to join as we continue to study The Letter to the Ephesians.
Monday 29 May – Children’s Activity day at St Paul's - Messy Cathedral.  Please follow the link for more details.  https://www.london.anglican.org/articles/messy-may-cathedral-thy-kingdom-come/ 

Save the Date - 5th July, United Benefice annual Garden Party in the gardens of Campden Hill Garden Square.

This is  an update on how the funds we raised last year for Christian Aid were used: “How we are helping:   We’re working with our partners in Syria, Lebanon and Iraq, providing support to some of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees.  In Lebanon, our partner Association Najdeh provides aid to Palestinian refugees from Syria, while Mouvement Social ensures refugee children can continue their education, as well as access psychological support to come to terms with their experiences.   Lebanese organisation Kafa - which supports women who have experienced exploitation and domestic violence, or who are at risk - now opens its doors for the most vulnerable female refugees in the Bekka Valley. In Iraq, Asuda has been giving refugee women legal, social and psychological support.  Rehabilitation, Education and Community Health (REACH) has also provided vocational training to some of the most vulnerable refugee communities living in the Kurdish region of northern Iraq, to help them find a way to make a living. Within Syria, Christian Aid is supporting partners providing hot meals to people recently displaced by the bombing of towns north east of Damascus.”

Lent: The Why Me? Lenten Talks have been very popular and are posted on our sermon blog page; http://hollandparkbenefice.blogspot.co.uk, if you wish to read them.


Choral Evensong 2017 at 5pm at St John the Baptist

Sunday 21 May - All Souls, Langham Place

Sunday 18 June - St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate

Sunday 16 July - Wyndcliffe Voices

Sunday 17 September - Petros Singers, Hammersmith

Sunday 15 October - Samen op Weg Youth Choir, Netherlands

 Fr James Heard is contactable via the Parish office on 020 3602 9873; office@stgeorgescampdenhill.com or on 07867 508919; vicarhollandpark@gmail.com



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