Church of Ireland
Calry Parish Church
Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh
20th June 2021 – Trinity III – Father’s Day
Rector: Canon Patrick Bamber Tel: 071 91 46513
email: email@example.com web: www.calry.ie fb:/calryparishchurch/ Day off - Monday
Linked with the Diocese of Kindu, Province of the Anglican Church of Congo
This is Father’s Day in Ireland and many other countries around the world. We will be praying for dads especially today and are mindful of families without a dad for whatever reason. At the end of the service there is a little gift to collect for men in church.
Next Sunday, 27th June, Canon Ronnie Bourke will be leading the service in Calry on the theme of
Church – Communities of Celebration and Suffering. Canon Patrick will be in the Riverstown Group.
St John’s Hospital
There is a service today at 2.30 pm.
Tuesday and Thursday daily office at 9.30 am. Feel free to join us in person or online.
Calry Prayer Meeting
Parish prayers on Zoom - Wednesdays 12.00 – 12.30 pm. Contact Patrick for the link.
Saturdays Inter-Church Prayer
An hour of prayer, reflection and fellowship 8.00 – 9.00 am. All welcome. Contact Patrick for the link.
CEF Summer Camps
Most of the spaces on these camps have now been filled but there is still some room for the daily August Beach Fun Day Camp at Rosses Point. Any questions please get in touch: 087 950 1443 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.cefsligo.com
This is the Church of Ireland mental health promotion project. As many parishioners as possible are being asked to fill in a simple survey (10-15 minutes). To find out more go to: https://mindmatters.ireland.anglican.org/ To do the survey go to: https://mindmatters.ireland.anglican.org/take-the-survey/
Late Evening Office and EGV
If you’re not yet on the General Vestry and consider that Calry is your spiritual home please speak to the Rector or Church Wardens about joining before Thursdays EGV at 8 pm.
Reimaginging Family Church with the Church of Ireland Children’s Ministry Network
On Monday 28th June is a training evening on family church with Lynn Storey 7.15 – 8.45 pm on Zoom. To register costs €5. Go to: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/reimagining-family-church-tickets-157931207493
This year’s New Wine conference will be live online from 8th – 11th July. Each evening we will be showing the live video in Calry allowing anyone locally who wishes to join us to participate as if they were attending the main meetings in the IT.
This Summer21, New Wine Ireland is partnering with International Justice Mission (IJM) to raise awareness on modern day slavery and to raise funds to support a rescue mission.
As part of our digital conference programme, we’ll be launching Fashion for Freedom - an online clothes shop, selling second-hand clothes that YOU have donated.
How can you help? We need clothes, and lots of them! Hats, dresses, coats, jeans, shirts … if you don’t wear it anymore and it’s in a good enough condition that you would consider buying it - please donate it to help us raise a rescue. Then on the first night of our digital conference (8th July) we’ll be launching the Fashion for Freedom store and you’ll be able to browse, donate and bag yourself a new outfit!
Drop off your clothes at the church or Rectory early this week.
- fathers and their role in our lives
- the Dunne family
- those who are sick
- protection from scams and cyber attacks
- the dioceses of Limerick & Killaloe and Tuam, Killala & Achonry with both bishops due to retire on 31st October
…sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; poor, yet making many rich;
having nothing, and yet possessing everything
2 Corinthians 6.10