Church of Ireland
Calry Parish Church
Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh
12th July 2020 – Trinity V
Rector: Canon Patrick Bamber Tel: 071 91 46513
Linked with the Diocese of Kindu, Province of the Anglican Church of Congo
Forthcoming Sunday Services (subject to change):
Date Service Time & Type
19th July 11.00 am Service of the Word (live-streamed)
NB: Please note that as of this morning our services will be live-streamed on Facebook and the website www.calry.ie Only those in the area between the lecturn and the Lord’s Table will be visible on screen.
Matthew Topley is leading this morning’s service and Nils Kavanagh will be assisting with the sung worship. (Canon Patrick is in Riverstown.) Please follow the guidance of the Welcome Team to ensure everyone is safe while worshipping together.
New Wine (12th – 17th)
There is a FREE programme starting this evening for under 18s and adults that runs each day until Friday online. You can find the details on our Facebook page. First video goes live at 8 pm tonight.
You can view the New Wine Sligo20 online schedule below.
A special July-August edition of The Scribe has been published and thanks to Yvonne Stuart is now available for collection.
Wednesday 9 am
If you wish to attend the Daily Office in Calry on Wednesday at 9 am you would be most welcome. The short service lasts 30 minutes. It will be live-streamed as usual on facebook.com/calryparishchurch/ or calry.ie.
Saturday Morning Prayer
It’s still on Zoom from 8.00 – 9.00 am with Christians from a variety of other Sligo churches.
CEF Camp Wednesdays
In view of the fact that there are no camps in Rossnowlagh this year CEF have come up with a special programme for Juniors (8-11s) and Inters (12-14s). Simply register on the CEF website www.cefsligo.com and resource material will be sent to you. It’s free and will provide your children with really good teaching, craft and games.
Congratulations to Yvonne Stuart on her 15 years’ service as a leader in the GB 10th Company Sligo. She has retired along with Hazel Ring and the Captain Joan Moffitt. This leaves Caroline Duneen, one of the members of staff in Cosy Cats, in charge of the company with plans to re-start in September.
If you are in a situation where you need financial help please get in contact with Canon Patrick. Protestant Aid offers grants to families or individuals who need practical help. This is all handled with the utmost confidentiality.
FREE: A good quality second hand washing machine is available to a good home. Contact Canon Patrick or Yvonne Stuart for details.
Getting Back on Track Financially
Most of us have some level of debt, but when unpaid debt becomes such a burden that it prevents you from getting out of bed in the morning, brings a sense of dread when answering the phone or opening the post, it is time to take control of the situation.
The unfortunate reality is that due to the impact of COVID-19 many more people in Ireland may be struggling to pay their debts having recently lost their jobs or struggling to make ends meet on reduced incomes.
The effects of problem debt on a person’s wellbeing and mental health can be severe and can prevent them coming forward for help but there is a solution to every debt problem and this is where the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) can help.
The ISI is the independent government body with four debt solutions to help people with all levels of problem debt - from credit cards to mortgages. It regulates debt advisors called Personal Insolvency Practitioners (PIPs).
If you are insolvent and in arrears on your home mortgage you could also be eligible for a free consultation with a PIP under the State-funded Abhaile Scheme. The purpose of that Scheme is to help people in serious arrears to find the best available solutions, with the help of professional advisors. The priority will be to find a sustainable solution that keeps a person in their home, where possible.
For more information visit www.backontrack.ie or freetext GETHELP to 50015 for a callback.
Watch this space for details of a fund-raising walk on the Sligo Way for Kindu in the next few weeks.
Our next meeting takes place on Wednesday 15th at 7.45 pm in The Church.
• Church life will be strengthened
• blessing and protection on staff and children in Cosy Cats
• guidance for the SV meeting on Wednesday
• our nation will recover from the lockdown and will act responsibly
• those who are struggling with debt issues
• wisdom for our government and Taoiseach Micheál Martin
• our link diocese of Kindu in DR Congo
‘Your word is a lamp to my feet, and a light on my path’