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This Week's News

This Week's News
Published by Justin Dodd on Thu, 24 Jun 2021 23:01
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Climate Sunday

12 September 2021


"Nature never taught me that there exists a God of glory and of infinite majesty... But nature gave the word glory a meaning for me. I still do not know where else I could have found one."- C. S. Lewis (1898-1963)


Dear [name:first],

This is your weekly e-news from St Barnabas. Remember to scroll through to the bottom to see all the information! 

We want to know if you need prayer and/or support. Please do email ministryteam@barnabites.net.


With every blessing,

Fr. Justin and the Ministry Team 


THIS WEEK:

Sunday - Climate Sunday (click for order of service)
Noisy Mass at 10.30 in person. Children's Church starting soon.
High Mass at 10:30 in person, on Facebook and the parish website.

Tuesday Holy Cross Day (Festival)
Morning Prayer at 9:30 via Zoom

Wednesday - Cyprian, bishop, martyr, 258 (Lesser Festival)
Outdoor Mass at 12:30 on the front lawn.  

Thursday - Ninian, bishop, c 432 (Lesser Festival), Edward Bouverie Pusey, priest, 1882 (Commemoration)
Memory Café at 10:30 in the church.
Dementia-friendly worship in the Lady Chapel at 12:30.
Weekly Pop In at 2:30 in the church.


HIGHLIGHTS

Are you a local employer or want to help support others into new job opportunities? Ealing Citizens will be hosting a living wage Jobs Fair at St Anselm's church Monday 15 November, 6-9 pm. This is a joint initiative between the London Mayor's Office, Heathrow, and the Old Oak Common Development. The long-term goal of this campaign is to create 60,000 new job opportunities in West London. For more information, speak to Fr Justin or take a look at the leaflet here.


NOTICES

Prayers for the Appointment of the next Bishop of Willesden. 
September: Appointment panel shortlist candidates  
Heavenly Father, Look with your mercy and favour upon your faithful people here in the Willesden Area. Bless and guide those responsible for the appointment of our new Bishop, Raise up someone of deep faith, soaked in the Scriptures, with a love for your people, and a passion to reach those who don't know you. We ask this in the knowledge that you have oversight of us all, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Drop in for a coffee, conversation, and company. Our weekly Pop In has officially recommenced and meets Thursdays from 2:30-4 p.m. at the back of the church. All are welcome.

Our Memory Café has reopened in the church on Thursdays from 10:30-12 and concludes with a short act of worship in the Lady Chapel. Click here to read more.

Ealing Half Marathon 26 September. On Sunday the 26th of September, Pitshanger Lane will be closed until 10:35 a.m. for the Ealing Half Marathon. Take a look at the route to make alternative arrangements. 

A new C.A.P (Christians Against Poverty) Debt Centre, based in Oaktree Fellowship, Acton, is in need of volunteers who can provide ongoing support. Click here for more information.

The Food Pantry is open Wednesdays 1 - 3 pm.  Click here to find out how you can support this important outreach ministry.