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Sunday services Our morning service will begin at 9.45am and the services for October are: 25th Holy Communion The Communion services will be from the Common Worship booklets
20th Sunday after Trinity The Greatest Commandment Week beginning: Sunday 25th October 2020
Gospel: Matthew 22:34-46 The Greatest Commandment 34 When   the   Pharisees   heard   that   he   had   silenced the   Sadducees,   they   gathered   together, 35 and   one   of them,   a   lawyer,   asked   him   a   question   to   test   him. 36 ‘Teacher,   which   commandment   in   the   law   is   the greatest?’ 37 He   said   to   him,   ‘   “You   shall   love   the Lord   your   God   with   all   your   heart,   and   with   all your   soul,   and   with   all   your   mind.” 38 This   is   the greatest   and   first   commandment. 39 And   a   second   is like     it:     “You     shall     love     your     neighbour     as yourself.” 40 On   these   two   commandments   hang   all the law and the prophets.’ The Question about David’s Son 41 Now   while   the   Pharisees   were   gathered   together, Jesus   asked   them   this   question: 42 ‘What   do   you think   of   the   Messiah?   Whose   son   is   he?’   They   said to   him,   ‘The   son   of   David.’ 43 He   said   to   them, ‘How   is   it   then   that   David   by   the   Spirit   calls   him Lord,   saying, 44   “The   Lord   said   to   my   Lord,   ‘Sit   at my   right   hand,   until   I   put   your   enemies   under   your feet’   ”? 45 If   David   thus   calls   him   Lord,   how   can   he be   his   son?’ 46 No   one   was   able   to   give   him   an answer,   nor   from   that   day   did   anyone   dare   to   ask him any more questions.
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.
Collects for 1 The 20th Sunday after Trinity God, the giver of life, whose Holy Spirit wells up within your Church: by the Spirit’s gifts equip us to live the gospel of Christ and make us eager to do your will, that we may share with the whole creation the joys of eternal life; 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 20th Sunday after Trinity God, our light and our salvation: illuminate our lives, that we may see your goodness in the land of the living, and looking on your beauty may be changed into the likeness of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
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.
Prayer for Coronavirus Loving   and   healing   God,   We   turn to   you   in   prayer,   confident   that   you are   with   us   and   with   all   people   in every    moment.    We    stand    before you   as   a   people   of   hope,   trusting   in your   care   and   protection.   May   your faithful   love   support   us   and   soothe the anxiety of our hearts. Amen.
1 st Reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8 Paul’s Ministry in Thessalonica 1 You   yourselves   know,   brothers   and   sisters,   that our   coming   to   you   was   not   in   vain, 2 but   though we    had    already    suffered    and    been    shamefully maltreated    at    Philippi,    as    you    know,    we    had courage   in   our   God   to   declare   to   you   the   gospel of    God    in    spite    of    great    opposition. 3 For    our appeal    does    not    spring    from    deceit    or    impure motives   or   trickery, 4 but   just   as   we   have   been approved    by    God    to    be    entrusted    with    the message   of   the   gospel,   even   so   we   speak,   not   to please   mortals,   but   to   please   God   who   tests   our hearts. 5 As   you   know   and   as   God   is   our   witness, we   never   came   with   words   of   flattery   or   with   a pretext   for   greed; 6 nor   did   we   seek   praise   from mortals,    whether    from    you    or    from    others, 7 though     we     might     have     made     demands     as apostles   of   Christ.   But   we   were   gentle   among you,    like    a    nurse    tenderly    caring    for    her    own children. 8 So   deeply   do   we   care   for   you   that   we are   determined   to   share   with   you   not   only   the gospel   of   God   but   also   our   own   selves,   because you have become very dear to us.
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
Readings: 1st reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8 Gospel: Matthew 22:34-end Hymns (Complete Anglican) 467 New every morning is the love 35 A new commandment I give unto you 429 Love is his word, love is his way 756 Ye servants of God
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
The 20th Sunday after Trinity The Greatest Commandment Week beginning: Sunday 25th October 2020 Sunday services From next Sunday our morning service will begin at 9.45am and the services for October are: 25th Holy Communion The Communion services will be from the Common Worship booklets 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 Collects for 1 The 20th Sunday after Trinity God, the giver of life, whose Holy Spirit wells up within your Church: by the Spirit’s gifts equip us to live the gospel of Christ and make us eager to do your will, that we may share with the whole creation the joys of eternal life; 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 20th Sunday after Trinity God, our light and our salvation: illuminate our lives, that we may see your goodness in the land of the living, and looking on your beauty may be changed into the likeness of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
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.
All things bright and beautiful Join the cleaning team to keep our church this way - see Sarah Griffiths for more information.
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.
Prayer for Coronavirus Loving    and    healing    God,    We    turn    to you   in   prayer,   confident   that   you   are with    us    and    with    all    people    in    every moment.    We    stand    before    you    as    a people   of   hope,   trusting   in   your   care and   protection.   May   your   faithful   love support    us    and    soothe    the    anxiety    of our hearts.   Amen  .
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
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.
1 st Reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8 Paul’s Ministry in Thessalonica 1 You   yourselves   know,   brothers   and   sisters, that   our   coming   to   you   was   not   in   vain, 2 but though    we    had    already    suffered    and    been shamefully    maltreated    at    Philippi,    as    you know,   we   had   courage   in   our   God   to   declare to   you   the   gospel   of   God   in   spite   of   great opposition. 3 For   our   appeal   does   not   spring from   deceit   or   impure   motives   or   trickery, 4 but   just   as   we   have   been   approved   by   God to    be    entrusted    with    the    message    of    the gospel,    even    so    we    speak,    not    to    please mortals,    but    to    please    God    who    tests    our hearts. 5 As    you    know    and    as    God    is    our witness,    we    never    came    with    words    of flattery   or   with   a   pretext   for   greed; 6 nor   did we   seek   praise   from   mortals,   whether   from you   or   from   others, 7 though   we   might   have made   demands   as   apostles   of   Christ.   But   we were   gentle   among   you,   like   a   nurse   tenderly caring   for   her   own   children. 8 So   deeply   do we   care   for   you   that   we   are   determined   to share   with   you   not   only   the   gospel   of   God but   also   our   own   selves,   because   you   have become very dear to us. Gospel: Matthew 22:34-46 The Greatest Commandment 34 When    the    Pharisees    heard    that    he    had silenced     the     Sadducees,     they     gathered together, 35 and   one   of   them,   a   lawyer,   asked him   a   question   to   test   him. 36 ‘Teacher,   which commandment   in   the   law   is   the   greatest?’ 37 He   said   to   him,   ‘   “You   shall   love   the   Lord your   God   with   all   your   heart,   and   with   all your   soul,   and   with   all   your   mind.” 38 This   is the   greatest   and   first   commandment. 39 And   a second    is    like    it:    “You    shall    love    your neighbour     as     yourself.” 40 On     these     two commandments    hang    all    the    law    and    the prophets.’ The Question about David’s Son 41 Now    while    the    Pharisees    were    gathered together,    Jesus    asked    them    this    question: 42 ‘What   do   you   think   of   the   Messiah?   Whose son   is   he?’   They   said   to   him,   ‘The   son   of David.’ 43 He   said   to   them,   ‘How   is   it   then that    David    by    the    Spirit    calls    him    Lord, saying, 44   “The   Lord   said   to   my   Lord,   ‘Sit   at my    right    hand,    until    I    put    your    enemies under   your   feet’   ”? 45 If   David   thus   calls   him Lord,   how   can   he   be   his   son?’ 46 No   one   was able   to   give   him   an   answer,   nor   from   that day   did   anyone   dare   to   ask   him   any   more questions.
Readings: 1st reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8 Gospel: Matthew 22:34-end Hymns (Complete Anglican) 467 New every morning is the love 35 A new commandment I give unto you 429 Love is his word, love is his way 756 Ye servants of God
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