Nineteenth Week of Ordinary Time13 – 20 Aug 2017
Sunday Readings : Year A :(Gospel of Matthew) : for the Divine OfficePsalter III
Weekday Reading : Year A 
  
NO SUNDAY SCHOOL IN AUGUST , but there are toys in the hall for children accompanied by a responsible adult 
 
 
HYMNS (Celebration for Everyone)
528 - O God, our help in ages past 
741 - Thy hand, O God, has guided 
395 - Lord, you have come to the lakeside 
740 - Through all the changing scenes of life 
203 - Go, the Mass is ended 
 
 
READINGS
First Reading :1 Kings 19:9, 11-13, 13-14 : Psalm 84 : Second Reading : Romans 9:1-5 : Gospel : Matthew 14:22-33
 
 
  
THIS WEEK :
Monday 14 August**No Mass
  
 
 
Tuesday 15 August10 am Mass
ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY 
 
 
Wednesday 16 August**No Mass
S Stephen of Hungary 
 
 
Thursday 17 August **No Mass
   
 
 
Friday 18 August7.30 pm Holy Communion
  
 
 
Saturday 19 August**No Mass
S John Eudes, Priest 
 
 
SUNDAY 20 August10.30 Morning Prayer
TWENTIETH SUNDAY11 am SOLEMN MASS
  
All Saints will be open for a few hours after Solemn Mass on Sunday 27th August  
to provide rest and refreshment to those attending the Notting Hill Carnival 
Please speak to Ross Buchanan if you can help and have not already spoken. 
  
HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE (09-18 May 2018): We need to know very soon if we 
we have a viable number of pilgrims to enable this to go ahead (probably 20 people). 
Please let Ross know if you intend to join us and pay your initial deposit by the end of September. 
  
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. 
  
First Vespers and Benediction of the Assumption will take place at S Mary’s Tottenham  
on Saturday 12th August at 5 pm. Further details from Ross Buchanan 
  
High Mass of the Assumption will be celebrated at All Saints Margaret Street  
on Tuesday 15th August at 6.30 pm followed by Procession of Our Lady in Oxford Street. 
  
Marcia Haynes will this year be running her Annual Outing to Margate  
on Saturday 19th August. Please speak to her if you are interested. 
  
Mothers’ Union will this year be running their Annual Outing to Blackpool on  
Saturday 9th September. Please speak to Sharon Fergus or Enid Lawrence if you are interested. 
  
Confirmation Classes for both adults and children will begin in September 
Could you please speak to Ross Buchanan if you are interested  
either as a candidate or as wishing to do a “refresher” course 
  
The film Summer in the Forest (PG) will be shown for one screening only, at the Gate Cinema, 
Notting Hill on Monday 21st August at 6.15 pm. A Q&A session with the director will follow. 
The film features members of l’Arche communities, founded by the renowned Roman Catholic 
layman, Jean Vanier for adults with learning difficulties. 
 
 
FUTURE DATES. 
  
ELECTROL ROLL : Is your name entered on our Roll of members with your contact details ? 
  
Refreshments after Mass on Sundays are very much appreciated. Thanks in a large part to Marcia Haynes 
for her generosity and hard work. If you would like to contribute (or sponsor) the refreshments on a particular Sunday - 
perhaps to mark a special occasion, anniversary or a birthday - please speak to Marcia Haynes. 
  
First Aid Training : We are hoping toarrange a simple training session of a couple of hours on a 
Saturday. Anyone interested please speak to Marcia. 
  
Dates for your Diary 
 
PILGRIMAGES 
  
There is a possibility of setting up a saving scheme towards the cost of future pilgrimages. 
Please speak to Ross if you are interested, a system of payment by instalments may be setup. 
  
9-16 May 2018 A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land  
Brochures and booking forms at the back of church or contact Fr Brownsell 
  
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. 
  

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