Weekly Notices

Sunday 11th November – Remembrance
8.00am Holy Communion
10.30am All Age Worship & Parade
6.30pm Time for Reflection 

Tuesday 13th November
8.30am Morning Prayer in the Church

Wednesday 14th November
8.30am Morning Prayer in the Church
10.00am Holy Communion in the Church
10.15am Coffee morning in the Hall.
7.30pm Wives group meet in the Hall.

Thursday 15th November
8.30am Morning Prayer in the Church
9.30am Pakefield Patchers in the Hall
2.00pm Mothers’ Union meet in the Hall
7.00pm Housekeeping Team meet in the Rectory.

Friday 16th November
8.30am Morning Prayer in the Church

Saturday 17th November
8.30am Morning Prayer in the Church
7.30pm Concert in the Church

Sunday 18th November
8.00am Holy Communion (BCP)
10.30am Holy Communion
4.00pm Holy Communion (BCP)

NOTICES

‘Time of Reflection’ Service
Following the service this evening, the bells will ring out as they did 100 years ago at the end of
WW1. Pakefield Community Group have organised the lighting of the Beacon on the Cliff at 7.00pm followed, by stories, poems and songs from WW1. Refreshments will be available in the Trowel and Hammer afterwards.

Local Men’s Meeting
The final meeting of the year takes place this Tuesday at 7.00pm. David Bulkley will be speaking about his work with The Gideons, followed by a discussion about the 2019 Programme, contact Lloyd at lloydarmes@yahoo.co.uk for further details.

Are you part of our Housekeeping Team?
.. perhaps you cut the grass or clean out the gutters, perhaps you hoover or dust or replace the loo roll. Perhaps you have an artistic flare and decorate our Church with flowers or maybe you are a dab hand at DIY. If you are, or would like to be part of the team that cares for God’s Acre and House then please come along this Thursday at 7.00pm to the Rectory.
We also need a co-ordinator for this team (not to do the work) but supporting our Church Wardens, as a central point of contact for tradespeople and reporting of issues.

Coffee and Conversation Saturday 17th November
If you have a question or something that you wish to talk about, please make an appointment to see Revd Sharon by email: rev@lord-family.co.uk or by phone.

Sunrise Orchestra Concert
There will be an ‘independent’ concert in Church on Saturday at 7.30pm which will include pieces by Mozart, Haydn, Elgar and Schubert. Tickets are £7.00 and are available at the door.

Patronal Café
A big thank you to all who supported the Patronal Café over the past 3 weeks. The grand sum of
£852.02 was raised for the Church Restoration Fund.

Christmas Cards
There is now a supply of these on the ‘Gift table’ at the back of the church, but if you would like more please see Sandra or Val in the office any Monday, Wednesday or Friday morning.

Pakefield Singers Concert
‘Jubilation’ is the theme, with ‘joyous music from far and near’, with guests ‘Waveney Wind’, and
‘Gaulitanus’, a visiting choir from Gozo. Tickets are £10.00 each and are going quickly. They can be obtained from ‘Take Note’ music shop in Lowestoft, or from Patti on 01502 573733 or 07800 927494.

Christmas Fayre – Saturday 8th December – 2.00pm
The Fayre is fast approaching! As much help as possible is needed for this annual event and below is a list of some of the items needed:

Bottles for Bottle stall; Soft toys for Teddy Tombola;
Raffle prizes; Unwanted new items for the Gift stall;
Handmade items for Craft stall; Toiletries etc.etc.etc.
Help of course is always needed on the day, and even if you cannot come until a bit later, clearer-uppers are always very welcome! Please speak to Elizabeth, Fil, Jean Wray or any of the Events Committee if you can help in any way.

Advance Dates for your Diary
Sunday 2nd December – Christingle Services
Sunday 16th December- Carol Service

 

 P R A Y E R  G U I D E

 

We believe in the power of prayer. Please give thanks and pray for the following as you pray during the week.

Pakefield Church
• For visitors to our church, who come to simply look around or to pray, that they may know God’s touch.

Community
• For those who live on Bryony Close, Causeway and Cliftonville Road.
• For bus, train, taxi and lorry drivers.
• For the work of the Royal British Legion.

People
• For those you know who are unwell or in hospital, especially for Judith and Peter, June, Chris, Gilly, Wendy and Mick and daughters Joanne and Karen, Gavin, Sue, Mike, Virginia, Cathy, Lynn, Pat, David and Samantha.
• For all who are mourning at this time.

Praise and Thanks
• For answers to prayers in our lives and those we love.

Mission
• For the work of Mission to Seamen, Crosslinks and Christian Aid.
• For the Episcopal Church of Cuba: Bishop Griselda Delgado Del Carpio.
• For anything you have seen or heard during the past week and pray for whatever comes to mind.

 (If there is anyone or anything that you would like us to include in this prayer list please let Revd Sharon know).