Last Week's Life Line
Week commencing 13th June 2021
Colossians 3.12-17 & Matthew 18.1-9
Read Colossians 3. 12 – 17 & Matthew 18. 1 - 9
Prayer for the week
whose mercy never fails:
deepen our faithfulness to you
and to your living Word,
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
Readings for the week
Monday Psalms 44, Job 19 & Romans 9.1-18
Tuesday Psalms 48, Job 21 & Romans 9.19-end
Wednesday Psalms 119.57-80, Job 22 & Romans 10.1-10
Thursday Psalms 57, Job 23 & Romans 10.11-end
Friday Psalms 51, Job 24 & Romans 11.1-12
Saturday Psalms 68, Job 25-26 & Romans 11.13-24
St Andrew's coffee morning
Now that we are able to meet safely outside, we are hoping to hold a coffee morning in Compton Dundon on alternate Wednesdays. It will be good to have an opportunity to meet and chat, as we do miss that at the end of our church services.
The next one will be at Pat King's, Linden Lea, Hayes Road, on Wednesday, June 16th at 11 a.m.
We will let you know where the coffee mornings will be held after that. We do hope that you are able to come along, relax and enjoy!
Roger and I would like to thank all those who sent us cards, messages and gifts for our recent Golden Wedding anniversary. Thank you also for the beautiful bouquet of flowers that were presented to us, from the church family.
Roger and Pam Harmsworth
Please let the Editor have any input for the JULY magazine by the end of today, Sunday 13th June. email@example.com
On behalf of TFCM I wanted to say a big thank you to you and all our friends at The Mission Church for the recent donation of £1170.79 made to the charity. It is very much appreciated and welcomed and will be put to good use in support of the work TFCM is privileged to carry out in Uganda, in the name of Jesus.
Wed. 16th June - 10.00am, Holy Communion, Mission Church, Street
Sunday 20th June
9.15am – Morning Worship, Holy Trinity, Walton
10.00am – Morning Worship, St. Andrew’s, Compton Dundon
10.30am – Morning Worship, Mission Church, Street
11.15am – Holy Communion, Holy Trinity, Street
Why do relationships fail?
What guidance for re-imagined relationships do the readings offer us?
What difference might the readings make to our family and church relationships?
What words and phrases would we like a stranger to use when describing our church family relationships?
What might we do to begin to make that description a reality?