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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 SEPTEMBER|
Mon 21st - World Alzheimer Day - We pray that all people affected by dementia in all its forms will know that they are loved - especially those who cannot receive normal visits in care homes and nursing homes in these days.
Tues 22nd - We pray for the Presbytery Plan Review Group under Rev Stella Campbell. Give them wisdom and clarity as they seek to understand the overall situation of Gordon Presbytery, and to explain that to congregations.
Wed 23rd - We pray for young people starting university and college courses. Be with them in the unfamiliarity of this new life, especially with new ways of working and living due to Covid-19.
Thurs 24th - Lord of the church, enable your people to be the Church: a redeemed people; a united people; a missionary people; and, in all things, a people gladly submissive to the truth as it comes to us in Jesus, in whose name we pray. (Geoffrey Dunstan, Prayer in God's Household, 1982)
Fri 25th - Has anyone ever "asked you to give the reason for the hope that you have"? We ask God to help us both to know that reason, and to answer with gentleness and respect. (I Peter 3.15)
Sat 26th - We ask your blessing on Rev Mike Blake as today he is ordained priest to continue to serve at St Andrew's Scottish Episcopal Church.
Sun 27th - We give thanks, O God, for all the great rivers of the world and their role within our ecosystem. We give thanks for the Don which has carved out our landscape. And we give thanks for all the great rivers of scripture, and that all rivers will flow into "the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb, down the middle of the great street of the city." (Rev 22.1,2)
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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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