Week 19 of Ordinary Time12 – 19 August 2018
Sunday Readings : Year B : : for the Divine OfficePsalter: III
Weekday Reading : Year II 
TODAYSolemn Mass is of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary 
its feast being next Wednesday. We welcome Fr Charles Card-Reynolds 
as our celebrant, together with Michael Walcott,  
a Codrington seminarian from St Peter’s Barbados 
300 - Immaculate Mary! Our hearts are on fire 
389 - Lord, this Paschal time reminds us 
399 - Love is his word, love is his way 
16 - All for Jesus, all for Jesus 
371 - Like the dawning of the morning 
First Reading :Rev 11:19, 12:1, 1-6, 10 : Psalm 44: Second Reading : 1 Cor 15:20-26 : Gospel : Luke 1:39-56
Monday 13 August**No Mass
Ss Pontian, Pope, & Hippolytus, Priest, Martyrs 
Tuesday 14 August*10 am Mass
S Maximilian Mary Kolbe, Priest & Martyr 
Wednesday 15 AugustNo Mass
Thursday 16 AugustNo Mass
S Stephen of Hungary 
Friday 17 August**No Mass
Saturday 18 August**No Mass
SUNDAY 19 August10.30 Morning Prayer
Notting Hill Carnival takes place on Sunday & Monday 26th & 27th 
August. All Saints will be open on the Sunday only until 7.30 pm.  
Volunteers needed. Please speak to one of the churchwardens if you can help. 
Volunteers are also needed to help serve coffee and tea after Solemn 
Mass on Sunday. Please speak to Jenny Alleyne if you can help 
Wednesday 15 August – High Mass of the Assumption will be 
celebrated at All Saints Margaret Street at 6.30 pm followed by 
Procession of Our Lady in Oxford Street. Preacher: Fr Simon Cuff 
who has celebrate and preached here over the past year 
Saturday 18 August – Marcia Haynes is organising her annual outing 
to Southend. Tickets £20. Please speak to her to reserve a place. 
Friday 14 September – We will be holding a Solemn Mass at 7.30 pm 
to celebrate the contribution made to All Saints by those who 
emigrated from the Caribbean and their families. Details to follow 
Until 01 October – A free exhibition on the Empire Windrush is currently  
showing in the Entrance Hall Gallery of the British Library. Further details 
: www.bl.uk/press-releases/2017/november/2018-at-the-british-library 
If possible, please remember to make donations to the Food Bank. 
Collection bin is at the back of church and is regularly emptied. 
HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE has been rescheduled to 28 November to 05 December 
Brochures are at the back of church giving details. Please speak 
to Ross if you are interested and particularly if you have already paid a deposit. 
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. 
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 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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