Second Sunday in Lent17 – 24 March 2019
Sunday Readings : Year C : : for the Divine OfficePsalter: II
Weekday Reading : Year II 
  
TODAY Fr Browning has kindly agreed to celebrate and preach today. 
  
 
 
HYMNS (Celebration for Everyone)
  
736 - Hear us, O Lord, have mercy upon us 
86 - O Thou who dost accord us 
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77 - Lord Jesus, think on me, 
82 - O for a heart to praise my God 
 
 
READINGS
First Reading :Genesis 15:5-12, 17-18 : Psalm 26: Second Reading : Philippians 3:17, 4:1 : Gospel : Luke 9:28-36
 
 
  
THIS WEEK :
Monday 18 March ** No Mass
S Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop & Doctor of the Church 
 
 
Tuesday 19 March **10 am Mass
S JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE VIRGIN MARYfollowed by Stations of the Cross
 
 
Wednesday 20 March **No Mass
  
 
 
Thursday 21 March **No Mass
  
 
 
Friday 22 March7 pm Stations of the Cross
 followed by 7.30 pm Mass
 
 
Saturday 23 March**No Mass
  
 
 
SUNDAY 24 March10.30 am Morning Prayer
Third Sunday in Lent11 AM SOLEMN MASS
  
 
 
We are delighted that Fr Philip Corbett, currently Vicar of St  
Stephen’s Lewisham, has been appointed as priest-in-charge of All 
Saints and St Michael’s Ladbroke Grove. In fact, there will be an early  
opportunity to meet Fr Philip (see below). The induction will take  
place on Saturday 20 July. Please keep Fr Philip in your prayers 
  
During Lent, Stations of the Cross will take place after the 10 am 
Mass on Tuesday. Also, on Fridays Stations of the Cross will take 
place at 7 pm, followed by Mass at 7.30 pm. Please make every effort 
to attend as many of these possible 
  
There are various other activities taking place during the Lenten  
season. Details from Ross 
  
Saturday 23 March – The Bishop of Fulham begins the Lent Study  
Days at St Mary’s Rotherhithe. Mass at 11 am followed by  
light lunch, followed by study and reflection finishing at 3 pm 
  
Saturday 23 March – St Thomas Kensal Town continues its Lent  
programme based on Les Misérables at 10 am. Details on poster at 
back of church 
  
If you would like to order your own Paschal (Easter) Candle  
(price £15) please speak to Victor 
  
RENEWAL of the CHURCH ELECTORAL ROLL 2019 has now begun (deadline Weds 13 March) 
Forms are now available on request from the Churchwardens 
and will be given out from next week. Each person on the  
present Electoral Roll must make a new application if he or she  
wishes to be included on the new Roll as names CANNOT be  
carried over from the old Roll. Anyone not on the present Roll  
who wishes to be included on the new Roll and fulfils the  
requirements is welcome to apply. Inclusion on the Roll is the  
qualification to attend, participate and vote at the Annual  
Parochial Church Meeting or be nominated for any office. 
We are very grateful to those who make donations at the back of  
church to the North Paddington Food Bank. Please can they  
be restricted to non-perishable food stuffs and toiletries. 
  
First Communion Classes have already begun on Saturdays at 1pm 
for children aged 8 and over. However, “catch-up” sessions can be 
arranged. Please speak to Ross if you would still like your child to attend. 
  
We are very grateful to those who make donations at the back of  
church to the North Paddington Food Bank. Please can they be  
restricted to non-perishable food stuffs and toiletries 
  
WALSINGHAM (July 2019) – If anyone is interested in going on a 
weekend pilgrimage to this famous shrine, please speak to Ross. Early 
booking is essential. 
  
OBERAMMERGAU (September 2020) – Fr Brownsell is organising a  
group to see this famous Passion Play which takes place every ten  
years. Please speak to Ross if you are interested or want more details 
  
Useful free on-line training in child safeguarding is provided for everyone by the London Diocese.  
Please speak to Rosalind Topping if you would like to access this. 
  
 
 
FUTURE DATES. 
  
ELECTROL ROLL : Is your name entered on our Roll of members with your contact details ? 
  
RefreshmentsThe churchwardens are very grateful to members of the All 
Saints family who from time to time generously provide  
hospitality after Sunday mass. If you wish to do so, could you 
please inform Marcia Haynes or Ross Buchanan 
  
First Aid Training : We are hoping to arrange a simple training session of a couple of hours on a 
Saturday. Anyone interested please speak to Marcia. 
  
Dates for your Diary 
 
  
If you would like some Bible Notes on the regular weekday readings please speak to Sharon Fergus.  
They can be ordered on a monthly basis. 
  
If anyone has a small amount of time to undertake light gardening  
for a local cancer sufferer, please speak to Gladvin Allen. 
  

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