Church of Ireland
Calry Parish Church
Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh
8th November 2020 – Remembrance Sunday
Rector: Canon Patrick Bamber Tel: 071 91 46513
email: firstname.lastname@example.org web: www.calry.ie fb:/calryparishchurch/ Day off - Monday
Linked with the Diocese of Kindu, Province of the Anglican Church of Congo
Afterwards at 12 noon we will have a Zoom meeting for anyone who would like a bit of a catch up or an opportunity to discuss the service. Calry parishioners have had the Zoom link sent to their email address.
The November edition of The Scribe is now ready for collection.
Forthcoming Online Sunday Worship (subject to change):
|11.00 am Service of the Word|
Sermon Series Focussing on Well-being
On Sunday mornings between now and Advent we are going to follow a new series just for Calry instead of using the lectionary readings. The remaining themes are as follows:
|Today||Learn from the past||Romans 15.1-6|
|15th November||Leave your burdens behind||1 Peter 5.6-11|
|22nd November||Be grounded in hope||Romans 8.18-25|
|29th November||Focus on Jesus||Hebrews 12.1-3|
If you have young children at home you should know that there is an activity sheet each Sunday which is sent out by email to the parents of our Sunday School children.
Alpha Re-starts Tomorrow
The mid-morning group led by Tessa Marsden resumes at 10.30 am tomorrow.
Calry Women’s Fellowship Re-starts!
There is a meeting of the Calry Women’s Fellowship on Zoom tomorrow, Monday 9th at 8.30 pm. If you want to know more or to receive the link get in touch with Jennifer Bourke.
Tuesday Daily Office
Half an hour of prayer and Scripture on Tuesday at 9.30 am on www.facebook.com/calryparishchurch/
Alpha continues on Tuesday 10th November at 6.00 pm. CU is on Thursday at 1 pm. Both meetings are on Zoom. For details go to the Chaplaincy FB page: www.facebook.com/itsligo.chaplaincy.1
Wednesday Evening Fellowship on Zoom
The Wednesday group continues this week on 11th at 8.00 pm for an hour of chat, prayer, worship and Bible discussion. Get in touch if you would like to join us. We are starting a new course called ‘The Journey’ which in six sessions will provide a Bible over-view.
Saturday Morning Prayer
This really is a wonderful opportunity for anyone serious about growing in their prayer life. 8.00 - 9.00 am every Saturday on Zoom.
Memorial Service for Calry and Riverstown
On Saturday 14th November at 7 pm there will be an opportunity to remember those we love but see no longer. Whoever they are and whenever they died this will be an opportunity for quiet reflection and peace. The service will be live-streamed on FB and the parish website. If you wish to have the name of a loved-one read out during the service please send names to the Rector or Damian Shorten by the morning of 14th.
Mothers’ Union Appeal
Request from Marlet Hunter, KEA Mothers’ Union Social Policy Contact:
Our 16 days of activism against gender-based violence will still be happening, but this year it will be on line.
This year again we are asking for donations for DVAS Sligo. Carmel from DVAS has suggested household items and kitchen-ware suitable for someone moving into a new home eg: bed linen, towels, tea towels (all should be new), crockery, cutlery, also games for children - jigsaws, board games, nothing noisy or battery operated. Toiletries are always acceptable.
If you wish to donate something we will be opening St John’s Hall, John Street, on both Friday 20th and Saturday 21st November between 11am and 12 noon to receive items. Thank you!
In addition to viewing the virtual open day, you will also be able to see the school service of remembrance and reconciliation on the website later this week on: www.sligogrammarschool.org
If you would like prayer for yourself or a situation you are concerned about please contact the prayer team by emailing email@example.com
- for all who are sick or bereaved
- Lyndsey D’Errico waiting in hospital for the safe arrival of her baby
- safety in schools and pre-schools
- Alpha on Monday mornings with Tessa and on Tuesdays evenings in the IT
- mental health
- our political leaders
- fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan
- peace and order after the Presidential election
For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us,
so that through endurance and the encouragement of the Scriptures
we might have hope.