Twenty-Fifth Week of Ordinary Time24 Sep – 01 Oct 2017
Sunday Readings : Year A :(Gospel of Matthew) : for the Divine OfficePsalter I
Weekday Reading : Year A 
TODAY. we celebrate HARVEST. 
Non-perishable items of food will be gratefully received at 
All Saints for the Food Bank both now and on future Sundays. 
HYMNS (Celebration for Everyone)
532 - Let us, with a gladsome mind 
289 - Come, ye thankful people, come 
293 - We plough the fields, and scatter 
533 - Now thank we all our God,
First Reading :Isaiah 56:6-9 : Psalm 144 : Second Reading : Phillippians 1:20-24,27 : Gospel : Matthew 20:1-16
Monday 25 September**No Mass
 1.45 pm Holy Communion at Westmead
Tuesday 26 September**10 am Mass
Ss Cosmas & Damian, Martyrs 
Wednesday 27 September**No Mass
S Vincent de Paul, Priest 
Thursday 28 September**No Mass
S Wenceslaus, Martyr : Ss Lawrence Ruiz & Companions, Martyrs  
Friday 29 September** No Mass
Saturday 30 September**No Mass
S Jerome, Priest & Doctor of the Church 
SUNDAY 1 October10.30 Morning Prayer
Parochial Church Council will meet both TODAY after Mass briefly  
and on Friday 29 September at 7 pm. 
NEXT WEEK (01 October) we shall be celebrating both Grandparents’ Day in which we 
honour those who make such a contribution to the Church’s ministry not least 
in the handing over of the faith to the young people, and the Anniversary of  
the founding of the All Saints branch of the Mothers’ Union. 
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. 
Chichester Cathedral will hold a Walsingham Festival on Saturday 14 October beginning with  
Sung Eucharist at 12 noon. Details including how to get there are available from Ross. 
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. 
Fulham Festival will take place on Saturday 28 October at Southwark Cathedral where Mass  
will be celebrated at 12 noon. Tony Robinson, Bishop of Wakefield and Chair of  
Forward in Faith will preach. 
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 
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. 
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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