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[21 Nov 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]

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Kibondo (Tanzania)                                  The Rt Revd Sospeter Ndenza                Kiteto (Tanzania)                                      The Rt Revd Isaiah Chambala
The Charities we support

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The First Sunday of Advent
The Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain (Extra-Provincial to Archbishop of Canterbury) The Rt Revd Carlos López-Lozano
The Grange, Grange Gardens

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Francis Xavier, Missionary, Apostle of the Indies, 1552
Kibungo (Rwanda)                                  The Rt Revd Emmanuel Ntazinda        Kigeme (Rwanda)    …

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[21 Oct 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – November

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All Saints’ Day
Johannesburg (Southern Africa) The Rt Revd Stephen Mosimanegape Moreo
Those who inspire us in our faith

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Commemoration of the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day)
Jos (Jos, Nigeria) The Most Revd Benjamin Kwashi
Our family and friends who have died

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Richard Hooker, Priest, Anglican Apologist, Teacher, 1600
The Most Revd Daniel Deng Bul Yak Archbishop of the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Bishop of Juba                         Assistant Bishop of Juba (Loryko, South Sudan) The Rt Revd Fraser Yugu Elias
Our confirmation candidates

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The Fourth Sunday before Advent
The Church of Ceylon (E-P to the Archbishop of Canterbury                       Colomba (Ceylon) The Rt Revd Dhiloraj Ranjit Canagasabey                    Kurunegala (Ceylon) The Ven Keerthisiri Fernando
 Enborne Street

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Kabba (Lokoja, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Steven Akobe
Our Vicar, …

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[23 Sep 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – October

 

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 Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury, Social Reformer, 1885
 Ife East (Ibadan, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Oluseyi Oyelade
Those living with addiction

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 Ifo (Lagos, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Nathaniel Oladejo Ogundipe
Our hall users

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 Igbomina (Kwara, Nigeria) The Ven Emmanuel Adekola
Those who have been abused

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 Francis of Assisi, Friar, Founder of the Friars Minor, 1226
 Igbomina, West (Kwara, Nigeria)  The Rt Revd James Akinola
Our care of creation

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 Ijebu (Lagos, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Ezekiel Awosoga
Our armed services

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 William Tyndale, Translator of the Scriptures, Reformation Martyr, 1536
 Ijebu, North (Lagos, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Solomon Kuponu
Our understanding of the scriptures

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 The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 22)
The Episcopal Church and The Most Revd Michael Curry Presiding Bishop of TEC
 Lewis Walk, Phoenix Walk

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Ijesa North East (Ibadan, Nigeria) The …

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[19 Aug 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – September

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 Giles of Provence, Hermit, c.710
Guildford (Canterbury) The Rt Revd Andrew John Watson Guildford, Dorking –                    The Rt Revd Jo Bailey Wells
The new academic year

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 The Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 17)
 The Anglican Church of South America and The Most Revd Gregory James Venables Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church of South America and Bishop of Argentina
 Kennedy Close

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 Gregory the Great, Bishop of Rome, Teacher, 604
 Guinea (West Africa)                   The Rt Revd Jacques Boston
Our Vicar, The Revd Becky Bevan and Phillip

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 Birinus, Bishop of Dorchester (Oxon), Apostle of Wessex, 650
Gujarat (North India)         The Rt Revd Silvans Christian Kolhapur (North India)            The Rt Revd …

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[22 Jul 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – August

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 Evo (Niger Delta, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Innocent Ordu
Those on holiday

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 Etche (Niger Delta, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Precious Nwala  Etsako (Bendel, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Jacob Bada
Those considering baptism and/or confirmation

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 Exeter (Canterbury)  The Rt Revd Robert Atwell               Exeter, Crediton – Vacancy        Exeter, Plymouth – The Rt Revd Nick McKinnel
The Middle East

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 Jean-Baptiste Vianney, Cure d’Ars, Spiritual Guide, 1859
 Ezo (Minye, South Sudan) The Rt Revd John Kereboro Zawo
Our confessors and spiritual guides

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 The Tenth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 13)
 The Scottish Episcopal Church and The Most Revd Mark Strange Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church & Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness
 Spencer Road

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 The Transfiguration of Our Lord
 Faisalabad (Pakistan) The Rt Revd John Samuel
Peace and understanding between …

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[24 Jun 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – July

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 The Fifth Sunday after Trinity (Proper 8)
 The Church of North India (United) The Most Revd Dr Prem Chand Singh Moderator of CNI & Bishop of Jabalpur
 Normay Rise

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 East Kerala (South India) The Rt Revd Kayalakkakathu George Daniel
The Diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman

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 Thomas the Apostle
 East Ruwenzori (Uganda) The Revd Canon George Turyasingura                       Karamoja (Uganda) The Rt Revd Joseph Abura
Those recently ordained

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 East Tennessee (IV, Episcopal Church)                                      The Rt Revd George D. Young
Our Mothers’ Union Branch

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 Eastern Himalayas ( North India) Vacant
Our preparations for Holiday Club

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 Thomas More, Scholar, and John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, Reformation Martyrs, 1535
 Eastern Michigan (V, The Episcopal Church) The Rt Revd Todd Ousley
The ongoing refugee crisis

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 Eastern Newfoundland & Labrador (Canada)                 The Rt Revd Geoffrey Peddle
The European …

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[7 Jun 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Sharing the Journey – a notice from St Francis De Sales Church

Responding to the refugee crisis…

Pope Francis has asked Christians around the world to show solidarity for refugees by sharing their journey.
CAFOD is asking us to join them in walking 24.900. miles, the distance around the world.

St Francis De Sales’ Justice and Peace Group is organising a walk on Greenham Common.  The walk will be on Sunday June 17th. 11.45.am.   The route will be 3-5 miles long with several stops for prayers and reflections. It will start and finish at the Control Tower where Toilets and a cafe are available.

All welcome.

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[7 Jun 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Thought for the month, ‘Prayer, the transforming friendship’

The story is told of eleven-year-old Robert who hadn’t done his homework and wasn’t at all prepared for his written test in geography. He struggled through the exam, doing a lot more guessing than he should have. That evening he began to worry. What if too many of the answers had been wrong? What if he failed the test? That night, as he said his prayers, he suddenly blurted out a nervous postscript: ‘And please God, make Paris the capital of Sweden.’
Sometimes our prayers can be rather like this – we want results from God; we want God to sort things out for us and for others, and so although we know it is ridiculous to …

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[24 May 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Prayer Intentions – June

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 Justin, Martyr at Rome, c.165
 Dallas (VII, Episcopal Church) The Rt Revd George Sumner  Suffragan Bishop of Dallas, The Rt Revd Paul Lambert
Those who receive communion at home or in hospital

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 Damaturu (Jos, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Abiodun Ogunyemi
Our Communications Committee

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 The First Sunday after Trinity (Proper 4)
 The Anglican Church of Melanesia, The Most Revd George Takell Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia and Bishop of Central Melanesia
 Bunkers Hill

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 Petroc, Abbot of Padstow, 6th Century
 Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania) The Rt Revd Valentino Mokiwa
Our Vicar, The Revd Becky Bevan and family

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 Boniface (Wynfrith) of Crediton, Bishop, Apostle of Germany, Martyr 754
 Davao (Phillipines) The Rt Revd Jonathan Labasan Casimina
Our PCC sub-committees

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 Delaware (III, Episcopal Church) Vacant
Those recently baptised

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 Delhi (North India) Vacant
Those living with Ebola

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 Thomas …

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[21 May 2018 | Leave a Comment | ]
Thy Kingdom Come – Photos from a wonderful week at St George’s

Last week was a busy week in the life of St George’s.  The church was filled with interactive prayer stations to celebrate the international week of prayer ‘Thy Kingdom Come’.  We had (amongst other things) a labyrinth, a sheepfold, a vine and a bread buffet complete with giant pretzel! 
The church was full of people too, it was open all day, every day, with visitors from other churches in the area coming to see what was going on, plus groups from Falkland School and parents and grandparents stopping by after school and preschool.  Lots of people came to visit who would not normally cross the threshold.
Each day at 2.30 the north transept was transformed into a …