Download Weekly Pew Sheet Download Weekly Pew Sheet Wanted - Can you be that friendly, smiling face to meet and greet visitors and parishioners on Sunday mornings? If so, please speak to any member of the Clergy, a Churchwarden or any member of the PCC. God’s Gang helpers needed. We are looking for volunteers to help with God’s Gang, to be a second adult for safeguarding purposes. You may need to help the younger children with craft activities. If you are interested, talk to Liz Lee or Wendy King  Underwood. After Service Coffee Cups - As an alternative to using polystyrene cups, we would encourage you to bring your own cup which can then be filled with your choice of tea, coffee or juice. All things bright and beautiful  Join the cleaning team to keep our church this way - see Sarah Griffiths for more information.
Toilet facilities are available in the St Mary's Centre on Chapel Lane across the churchyard (turn right out of the porch and take the diagonal path, the St Mary's Centre is the former chapel facing you}. A sidesperson will be happy to direct you. If you wish to know more about our parish and our various activities, then please visit our Website at: www.stmaryshoughtonwyton.org.uk
Contacts: Revd Geoff Boucher, The Rectory, 3 Rectory Lane, Wyton, PE28 2AQ, 01480 461846 Church Wardens: Mike Batchelor: 01480 300390 Guy Morton: 01480 494641
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ZOOM meetings  	1.	Evensong on Wednesday Evenings at 7.30pm 	2.	After church Coffee & Chat on Sundays at 11:00am  Anyone wanting to join should request the information required from  Guy Morton on 01480 494641
Should anyone need assistance of any kind, i.e. shopping, medicines etc. please contact: Lane Thompson at the Timebank on 01480 467209 or 07484 524180 or houghtonwytontimebank@gmail.com
Collects for 1. The First Sunday after Trinity O God, the strength of all those who put their trust in you, mercifully accept our prayers and, because through the weakness of our mortal nature we can do no good thing without you, grant us the help of your grace, that in the keeping of your commandments we may please you both in will and deed; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. 2. The First Sunday after Trinity God of truth, help us to keep your law of love and to walk in ways of wisdom, that we may find true life in Jesus Christ your Son. Amen.
General Church Services & Opening Times We have reviewed the current arrangements for holding services and opening the church for private prayer in the light of the new lockdown restrictions.   The restrictions continue to allow communal worship and opening for private prayer.  We think it a good thing to maintain continuity of worship and prayer in the church even with small numbers, but particular caution is clearly desirable at the present time.   Until further notice, therefore, there will continue to be a live service each Sunday at 9.45 a.m., but we encourage everyone to err on the side of caution, and to access the on-line service instead if they are vulnerable or at all concerned.   On-line services every Sunday will continue, as will the mid-week Zoom Evening Prayer or Compline at 7.30 p.m. every Wednesday.  To ensure an extended interval between times of opening, the church will no longer be open for private prayer on Saturdays, but only on Sundays until 4 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The First Sunday after Trinity Jesus and Beelzebul Sunday 6th June 2021
Hymns
Readings: 1st Reading: Genesis 3:8-15 Gospel: Mark 3:20-end
16 All hail the power of Jesus' name 528 Only by grace can we enter 162 Father, I place into your hands 526 One shall tell another
1 st Reading: Genesis 3:8-15 8 They   heard   the   sound   of   the   Lord   God   walking in   the   garden   at   the   time   of   the   evening   breeze, and   the   man   and   his   wife   hid   themselves   from the   presence   of   the   Lord   God   among   the   trees   of the   garden. 9 But   the   Lord   God   called   to   the   man, and   said   to   him,   ‘Where   are   you?’ 10 He   said,   ‘I heard   the   sound   of   you   in   the   garden,   and   I   was afraid,   because   I   was   naked;   and   I   hid   myself.’ 11 He   said,   ‘Who   told   you   that   you   were   naked? Have    you    eaten    from    the    tree    of    which    I commanded   you   not   to   eat?’ 12 The   man   said, ‘The   woman   whom   you   gave   to   be   with   me,   she gave   me   fruit   from   the   tree,   and   I   ate.’ 13 Then the   Lord   God   said   to   the   woman,   ‘What   is   this that    you    have    done?’    The    woman    said,    ‘The serpent   tricked   me,   and   I   ate.’ 14 The   Lord   God said   to   the   serpent,   ‘Because   you   have   done   this, cursed   are   you   among   all   animals   and   among   all wild   creatures;   upon   your   belly   you   shall   go,   and dust   you   shall   eat   all   the   days   of   your   life. 15   I will   put   enmity   between   you   and   the   woman, and   between   your   offspring   and   hers;   he   will strike your head, and you will strike his heel.’
Gospel: Mark 3:20-end 20 and   the   crowd   came   together   again,   so   that   they could   not   even   eat. 21 When   his   family   heard   it, they   went   out   to   restrain   him,   for   people   were saying,   ‘He   has   gone   out   of   his   mind.’ 22 And   the scribes   who   came   down   from   Jerusalem   said,   ‘He has   Beelzebul,   and   by   the   ruler   of   the   demons   he casts   out   demons.’ 23 And   he   called   them   to   him, and   spoke   to   them   in   parables,   ‘How   can   Satan cast   out   Satan? 24 If   a   kingdom   is   divided   against itself,    that    kingdom    cannot    stand. 25 And    if    a house   is   divided   against   itself,   that   house   will   not be    able    to    stand. 26 And    if    Satan    has    risen    up against   himself   and   is   divided,   he   cannot   stand, but   his   end   has   come. 27 But   no   one   can   enter   a strong    man’s    house    and    plunder    his    property without   first   tying   up   the   strong   man;   then   indeed the   house   can   be   plundered. 28 ‘Truly   I   tell   you, people     will     be     forgiven     for     their     sins     and whatever   blasphemies   they   utter; 29 but   whoever blasphemes    against    the    Holy    Spirit    can    never have    forgiveness,    but    is    guilty    of    an    eternal sin’— 30 for   they   had   said,   ‘He   has   an   unclean spirit.’ The True Kindred of Jesus 31 Then    his    mother    and    his    brothers    came;    and standing   outside,   they   sent   to   him   and   called   him. 32 A   crowd   was   sitting   around   him;   and   they   said to    him,    ‘Your    mother    and    your    brothers    and sisters    are    outside,    asking    for    you.’ 33 And    he replied,   ‘Who   are   my   mother   and   my   brothers?’ 34 And   looking   at   those   who   sat   around   him,   he said,    ‘Here    are    my    mother    and    my    brothers! 35 Whoever   does   the   will   of   God   is   my   brother and sister and mother.’
ZOOM meetings  	1.	Evensong on Wednesday Evenings at 7.30pm 	2.	After church Coffee & Chat on Sundays at 11:00am  Anyone wanting to join should request the information required from  Guy Morton on 01480 494641 Download Weekly Pew Sheet Download Weekly Pew Sheet
Should anyone need assistance of any kind, i.e. shopping, medicines etc. please contact: Lane Thompson at the Timebank on 01480 467209 or 07484 524180 or houghtonwytontimebank@gmail.com Contacts: Revd Geoff Boucher, The Rectory, 3 Rectory La, Wyton, PE28 2AQ, 01480 461846 Church Wardens: Mike Batchelor: 01480 300390 Guy Morton: 01480 494641
General Church Services & Opening Times We have reviewed the current arrangements for holding services and opening the church for private prayer in the light of the new lockdown restrictions.   The restrictions continue to allow communal worship and opening for private prayer.  We think it a good thing to maintain continuity of worship and prayer in the church even with small numbers, but particular caution is clearly desirable at the present time.   Until further notice, therefore, there will continue to be a live service each Sunday at 9.45 a.m., but we encourage everyone to err on the side of caution, and to access the on-line service instead if they are vulnerable or at all concerned.   On-line services every Sunday will continue, as will the mid-week Zoom Evening Prayer or Compline at 7.30 p.m. every Wednesday.  To ensure an extended interval between times of opening, the church will no longer be open for private prayer on Saturdays, but only on Sundays until 4 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Collects for 1. The First Sunday after Trinity O God, the strength of all those who put their trust in you, mercifully accept our prayers and, because through the weakness of our mortal nature we can do no good thing without you, grant us the help of your grace, that in the keeping of your commandments we may please you both in will and deed; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen. 2. The First Sunday after Trinity God of truth, help us to keep your law of love and to walk in ways of wisdom, that we may find true life in Jesus Christ your Son. Amen.
Hymns
1 st Reading: Genesis 3:8-15 8 They    heard    the    sound    of    the    Lord    God walking    in    the    garden    at    the    time    of    the evening   breeze,   and   the   man   and   his   wife   hid themselves   from   the   presence   of   the   Lord God   among   the   trees   of   the   garden. 9 But   the Lord   God   called   to   the   man,   and   said   to   him, ‘Where    are    you?’ 10 He    said,    ‘I    heard    the sound   of   you   in   the   garden,   and   I   was   afraid, because   I   was   naked;   and   I   hid   myself.’ 11 He said,   ‘Who   told   you   that   you   were   naked? Have    you    eaten    from    the    tree    of    which    I commanded   you   not   to   eat?’ 12 The   man   said, ‘The   woman   whom   you   gave   to   be   with   me, she   gave   me   fruit   from   the   tree,   and   I   ate.’ 13 Then    the    Lord    God    said    to    the    woman, ‘What    is    this    that    you    have    done?’    The woman   said,   ‘The   serpent   tricked   me,   and   I ate.’ 14 The    Lord    God    said    to    the    serpent, ‘Because   you   have   done   this,   cursed   are   you among    all    animals    and    among    all    wild creatures;   upon   your   belly   you   shall   go,   and dust   you   shall   eat   all   the   days   of   your   life. 15 I    will    put    enmity    between    you    and    the woman,    and    between    your    offspring    and hers;   he   will   strike   your   head,   and   you   will strike his heel.’
Gospel: Mark 3:20-end 20 and   the   crowd   came   together   again,   so   that they   could   not   even   eat. 21 When   his   family heard   it,   they   went   out   to   restrain   him,   for people   were   saying,   ‘He   has   gone   out   of   his mind.’ 22 And   the   scribes   who   came   down from   Jerusalem   said,   ‘He   has   Beelzebul,   and by    the    ruler    of    the    demons    he    casts    out demons.’ 23 And   he   called   them   to   him,   and spoke   to   them   in   parables,   ‘How   can   Satan cast    out    Satan? 24 If    a    kingdom    is    divided against    itself,    that    kingdom    cannot    stand. 25 And   if   a   house   is   divided   against   itself, that   house   will   not   be   able   to   stand. 26 And   if Satan    has    risen    up    against    himself    and    is divided,    he    cannot    stand,    but    his    end    has come. 27 But   no   one   can   enter   a   strong   man’s house   and   plunder   his   property   without   first tying    up    the    strong    man;    then    indeed    the house   can   be   plundered. 28 ‘Truly   I   tell   you, people   will   be   forgiven   for   their   sins   and whatever     blasphemies     they     utter; 29 but whoever   blasphemes   against   the   Holy   Spirit can   never   have   forgiveness,   but   is   guilty   of an   eternal   sin’— 30 for   they   had   said,   ‘He   has an unclean spirit.’ The True Kindred of Jesus 31 Then    his    mother    and    his    brothers    came; and   standing   outside,   they   sent   to   him   and called    him. 32 A    crowd    was    sitting    around him;   and   they   said   to   him,   ‘Your   mother   and your   brothers   and   sisters   are   outside,   asking for    you.’ 33 And    he    replied,    ‘Who    are    my mother   and   my   brothers?’ 34 And   looking   at those   who   sat   around   him,   he   said,   ‘Here   are my    mother    and    my    brothers! 35 Whoever does   the   will   of   God   is   my   brother   and   sister and mother.’
The First Sunday after Trinity Jesus and Beelzebul Sunday 6th June 2021
Readings: 1st Reading: Genesis 3:8-15 Gospel: Mark 3:20-end
16 All hail the power of Jesus' name 528 Only by grace can we enter 162 Father, I place into your hands 526 One shall tell another