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New Service times at St. Peter’s Henfield

You may have already heard the news, but if you haven’t  from the 4th October, when we celebrate Harvest, the service times at Henfield will change. The new worship times should be easier to remember and there really is something for everyone, from traditional, to contemplative, quiet and said services, to those with organ and choir or piano. For those who wish to stay after a service refreshments are available each week after the 10am service. The pattern will be:-

Week1: 10.00: Celebrate! All Age Praise (A service designed for the whole family using songs, hymns, activities, prayers and a short talk and lasting about 45 mins)

6.30pm Quiet, said service of Holy Communion (A contemporary said service including readings, prayers a short sermon and the sharing of bread and wine)

Week2: 8.30am Holy Communion (a traditional said service of communion using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer)

10.00am Parish Communion with choir and junior church (Sunday School) (A service with hymns, prayers, readings, a sermon/talk with groups for children, this service includes sharing in communion)

Week3: 10.00am Parish Communion with choir and junior church

6.30pm Contemplative Prayer Service (These services use resources from many Christian traditions and include times of silence)

Week4: 8.30am Holy Communion (Said Book of Common Prayer)

10.00 Family Communion with choir and Junior Church (A slightly more informal service with hymns, prayers, readings, a sermon/talk and communion. There are also children’s groups during the service)

Week5: 10.00am Parish Communion

6.30pm Sung Evensong shared across the Benefice (A sung service of hymns, psalms, readings, prayers and a short sermon using the traditional 1662 Book of Common Prayer)

All enquires to the parish office on 01273 495532 or to the Revd Paul Doick on 01273 492017

The Bible according to the Little Fishes

When the Little Fishes gathered this afternoon it was time to share the last of our stories that Jesus told.  So Rev’d Christina told us the parable of the Yeast.  We talked about how you only need a little bit of yeast to  mix in with the ingredients to make it grow into a big fluffy loaf.

We added 'blue yeast' to our ingredients

We added ‘blue yeast’ to our ingredients

We took turns in mixing.

We took turns in mixing and discovered that the little bit of ‘blue yeast’ spread right the way through our mixture.

Rev'd Christina showed us how to knead our mixture into dough.

Rev’d Christina showed us how to knead our mixture into dough.

Then we all had a go at kneading the dough.

Then we all had a go at kneading the dough.

and then there was enough dough for us all to make dragons and snowmen and all sorts of marvellous creations.

and then there was enough dough for us all to make dragons and snowmen and all sorts of marvellous creations.

And then it was time for a biscuit!

Little Fishes meets again next Friday at 2pm when we will start sharing the story of the first Easter.  All babies, pre-school children and their carers are very welcome to join this friendly group for which there is no charge.  If you would like to know more please contact the Church Office on 01273 495532.

Holy Week and Easter

St Peter’s Church, Henfield

Palm Sunday 29th March

9am                Parish Communion

10am              Meet the donkey on the Common (behind Golden Square) to walk to church for

10.30am        Celebrate! Communion

Maundy Thursday 2nd  April

7.15pm          Holy Communion of the Last Supper and Vigil

Good Friday 3rd  April

10am              All Age Worship

10.45am        Silent Walk of Witness leaving from Corpus Christi Car park

2pm                Good Friday Liturgy including Holy Communion from the Reserved Sacrament

8pm                Service of Tenebrae

Easter Day 5th  April

6am                Dawn Vigil and Easter Liturgy

10am              Easter Parish Communion (CW)

6.30pm          Henfield Churches Easter Praise in the Free Church

 

St Peter’s Church, Woodmancote

Palm Sunday 29th March

9.45am           Holy Communion

Good Friday 3rd  April

9.45am           Devotional Service

Easter Day 5th  April

9.45am           Easter Communion

 

St Giles’ Church, Shermanbury

Palm Sunday 29th March

11.15am        Holy Communion

Easter Day 5th  April

11.15am        Easter Communion

 

EVERYONE IS VERY WELCOME TO JOIN US

This morning in Sunday School…

….we continued looking at the life of Jesus as we moved a little closer to Holy Week and Easter.

Here is the baby that was born.

Here is the baby that was born.

Here is the boy who was lost and found.

Here is the boy who was lost and found

Here is the man baptised in the river.

Here is the man baptised in the river.

After he was baptised, Jesus went into the desert for forty days and forty nights.

After he was baptised, Jesus went into the desert for forty days and forty nights. 

Jesus was hungry and thirsty. One day he heard the voice of the devil, ‘If you are hungry, tell these stones to become bread.’ Jesus said, ‘Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’ Then the devil took Jesus to the highest point of the  Temple in Jerusalem. The devil said,  ‘If you are really the Son of God, jump and see if God sends his angels to catch you in case you hit the stones below?’ Jesus answered, ‘No. Do not put the Lord your God to the test.’ Then, the Devil showed Jesus  all the kingdoms of the world. He said, ‘This will all be yours, if you will bow down and worship me.’ Jesus said, ‘No. Worship the Lord your God and serve him only.’ Then the Devil went away.

Jesus came back across the River Jordan and began to teach the people in parables and heal the sick.

Jesus came back across the River Jordan and began to teach the people in parables and heal the sick.

Jesus spent time with people whom nobody else wanted to touch. People were changed by meeting him. Some even became well. Finally, Jesus knew what he had to do, so he turned his face towards Jerusalem for the very last time.

Matching the temptations to the right Bible verse

Matching the temptations to the right Bible verses.

Retelling the story of Jesus in the desert with Karen

Retelling the story of Jesus in the desert with Karen. 

Blindfold art

Blindfold art

Can you remember what the world looked like?

Can you remember what the world looked like?

and colouring is always popular

and colouring is always popular

Sunday School meets again next Sunday, 22nd March during our 10.30am Celebrate! service as we focus on the events of Holy Week.  All children aged 3 years and over are very welcome to come and join us.

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