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| REOPENING OF CHURCH FOR WORSHIP
"In-person" worship has now restarted in church each Sunday. Please try to contact the minister by phone/email/message to book your seat in advance. This will help us to plan the use of the building effectively, and to draw up a "Test and Protect" list. We will be delighted to welcome you to church next Sunday. Should you be unable to attend the church, for any reason, the service is also streaming live on Facebook.
If you have urgent pastoral or practical needs, please contact the minister, Rev John Cook on 019755 62282, or by email:
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|PRAYERS FOR FOURTH WEEK NOVEMBER|
Mon 23rd - "He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion, until the day of Jesus Christ." (Phil 1.6) Help us, good Lord, to cooperate with your work within our souls, and not frustrate them.
Tues 24th - We give you thanks for the food we eat today - home-cooked, ready meal or take away - for those who made it and for those with whom we share it in body or in spirit.
Wed 25th - "Come, living God, when least expected, when minds are dull and hearts are cold, through sharpening word and warm affection revealing truths as yet untold." (CH4 609)
Thurs 26th - Thanksgiving Day - We ask you blessing on the United States as its people give thanks. We pray that the thanks they offer will be focussed on and offered to you. May all its citizens, from the President down, live up to their responsibilities as leaders of the world in politics, the economy and culture.
Fri 27th - Dear God, we pray for those who have been bereaved, and who have not had the opportunity to say goodbye as they would have wished. May they know that you are with them each and every day.
Sat 28th - We pray for the work of Gordon Presbytery's working group looking at our Presbytery Plan. In the face of declining numbers of ministers and members, help us not to be defeatist, giving up on the future, nor to be complacent, thinking that "something will turn up"; but rather to be open to working with your Holy Spirit in new and unimagined ways which will be hard work, but will be worth it.
Sun 29th - Advent Sunday - Almighty God, give us grace to cast away the works of darkness and to put on the armour of light, now in the time of this mortal life, in which your Son Jesus Christ came to us in great humility; that on the last day, when he shall come again in his glorious majesty to judge the living and the dead, we may rise to the life immortal; through him who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen
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|Mission Statement of Howe Trinity Parish Church
Howe Trinity Parish Church seeks, by God's grace --
- to pray for and reach out to all people
- to welcome them into a loving and caring fellowship where God is worshipped
- to promote growth in faith for all ages
and to achieve these aims by valuing and developing the gifts of all.
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