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Dates for your Diary Events for the week Tuesday 6.30pm APCM Wednesday 1.00pm Printing of The Hartfordian 6.15pm Silver Swans Friday 9.15am Silver Swans 1.30pm Art Group 7.00pm Slightly Chilled Brass Band Next Sunday 8.30am Holy Communion Service 11.00am Morning Worship Service 2.00pm HOGF2019 meeting
Those for whom your prayers are asked Richard Barrett, Joan Walton, Jack, Mary Clubb, Val, Ezra, Linda Davies, Samuel, Jean Coleman, Dr. M, Carole Crompton, Betty Howes, Lynn Wright, Denny Yates, Rob. .
EASTER SUNDAY Week beginning: Sunday 21st April 2019 Today 11.00am EASTER SUNDAY (Holy Communion Service) Welcomer: Elizabeth Cooper Sidesperson: Derek Colbert Holy Communion Service Introduction: A very warm welcome to this morning’s service especially if you are here for the first time. If you are unsure about anything before or during the service do ask your neighbour or the Welcomer and Sidesperson at the door. Hymns (Complete Anglican) 348 Jesus Christ is risen today 475 Now the green blade riseth 637 The day of resurrection 9 Alleluia, alleluia hearts Admin 971 Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Reader: Paul Fearon 1st reading: Acts 10:34-43 Gospel: Luke 24:1-22 Sermon: Rev Trisha Duffett-Smith Intercessor: Mary Adlam
1 st reading: Acts 10:34-43
Gentiles Hear the Good News
34 Then   Peter   began   to   speak   to   them:   ‘I   truly
understand   that   God   shows   no   partiality, 35 but   in
every    nation    anyone    who    fears    him    and    does
what   is   right   is   acceptable   to   him. 36 You   know
the    message    he    sent    to    the    people    of    Israel,
preaching   peace   by   Jesus   Christ—he   is   Lord   of
all. 37 That    message    spread    throughout    Judea,
beginning   in   Galilee   after   the   baptism   that   John
announced: 38 how     God     anointed     Jesus     of
Nazareth   with   the   Holy   Spirit   and   with   power;
how   he   went   about   doing   good   and   healing   all
who   were   oppressed   by   the   devil,   for   God   was
with   him. 39 We   are   witnesses   to   all   that   he   did
both   in   Judea   and   in   Jerusalem.   They   put   him   to
death   by   hanging   him   on   a   tree; 40 but   God   raised
him   on   the   third   day   and   allowed   him   to   appear,
41 not   to   all   the   people   but   to   us   who   were   chosen
by   God   as   witnesses,   and   who   ate   and   drank
with    him    after    he    rose    from    the    dead. 42 He
commanded   us   to   preach   to   the   people   and   to
testify   that   he   is   the   one   ordained   by   God   as
judge    of    the    living    and    the    dead. 43 All    the
prophets    testify    about    him    that    everyone    who
believes    in    him    receives    forgiveness    of    sins
through his name.’
Gospel: Luke 24:1-12
The Resurrection of Jesus
1 But   on   the   first   day   of   the   week,   at   early   dawn,
they   came   to   the   tomb,   taking   the   spices   that
they   had   prepared. 2 They   found   the   stone   rolled
away   from   the   tomb, 3 but   when   they   went   in,
they   did   not   find   the   body. 4 While   they   were
perplexed    about    this,    suddenly    two    men    in
dazzling     clothes     stood     beside     them. 5 The
women   were   terrified   and   bowed   their   faces   to
the   ground,   but   the   men   said   to   them,   ‘Why   do
you   look   for   the   living   among   the   dead?   He   is
not   here,   but   has   risen. 6 Remember   how   he   told
you,   while   he   was   still   in   Galilee, 7 that   the   Son
of   Man   must   be   handed   over   to   sinners,   and   be
crucified,    and    on    the    third    day    rise    again.’
8 Then     they     remembered     his     words, 9 and
returning   from   the   tomb,   they   told   all   this   to   the
eleven   and   to   all   the   rest. 10 Now   it   was   Mary
Magdalene,   Joanna,   Mary   the   mother   of   James,
and   the   other   women   with   them   who   told   this
to   the   apostles. 11 But   these   words   seemed   to
them    an    idle    tale,    and    they    did    not    believe
them. 12 But   Peter   got   up   and   ran   to   the   tomb;
stooping   and   looking   in,   he   saw   the   linen   cloths
by   themselves;   then   he   went   home,   amazed   at
what had happened.
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Prayers for those who are ill Rev Geoff Boucher, Jimmy, Zena, Clair Orvis, Prof Benassi, Norman, Fatima, Marcus, Martin Whiffen, Rosemary Whiffen, Rob Orvis, Robert Orvis.
Collect for  Easter Day God of glory, by the raising of your Son you have broken the chains of death and hell: fill your Church with faith and hope; for a new day has dawned and the way to life stands open in our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. Alleluia! Christ Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!
EASTER SUNDAY Week beginning: Sunday 21st April 2019 Today 11.00am EASTER SUNDAY (Holy Communion Service) Welcomer: Elizabeth Cooper Sidesperson: Derek Colbert Holy Communion Service Introduction: A very warm welcome to this morning’s service especially if you are here for the first time. If you are unsure about anything before or during the service do ask your neighbour or the Welcomer and Sidesperson at the door. Hymns (Complete Anglican) 348 Jesus Christ is risen today 475 Now the green blade riseth 637 The day of resurrection 9 Alleluia, alleluia hearts Admin hymn 971 Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Reader: Paul Fearon 1st reading: Acts 10:34-43 Gospel: Luke 24:1-22 Sermon: Rev Trisha Duffett-Smith Intercessor: Mary Adlam Dates for your Diary Events for the week Tuesday 6.30pm APCM Wednesday 1.00pm Printing of The Hartfordian 6.15pm Silver Swans Friday 9.15am Silver Swans 1.30pm Art Group 7.00pm Slightly Chilled Brass Band Next Sunday 8.30am Holy Communion Service 11.00am Morning Worship Service 2.00pm HOGF2019 meeting
Prayers for those who are ill Rev Geoff Boucher, Jimmy, Zena, Clair Orvis, Prof Benassi, Norman, Fatima, Marcus, Martin Whiffen, Rosemary Whiffen, Rob Orvis, Robert Orvis.
Those for whom your prayers are asked Richard Barrett, Joan Walton, Jack, Mary Clubb, Val, Ezra, Linda Davies, Samuel, Jean Coleman, Dr. M, Carole Crompton, Betty Howes, Lynn Wright, Denny Yates, Rob.
1 st Reading: Acts 10:34-43
Gentiles Hear the Good News
34 Then   Peter   began   to   speak   to   them:
‘I   truly   understand   that   God   shows   no
partiality, 35 but      in      every      nation
anyone   who   fears   him   and   does   what
is   right   is   acceptable   to   him. 36 You
know    the    message    he    sent    to    the
people   of   Israel,   preaching   peace   by
Jesus   Christ—he   is   Lord   of   all. 37 That
message     spread     throughout     Judea,
beginning   in   Galilee   after   the   baptism
that     John     announced: 38 how     God
anointed   Jesus   of   Nazareth   with   the
Holy   Spirit   and   with   power;   how   he
went   about   doing   good   and   healing
all   who   were   oppressed   by   the   devil,
for    God    was    with    him. 39 We    are
witnesses   to   all   that   he   did   both   in
Judea   and   in   Jerusalem.   They   put   him
to   death   by   hanging   him   on   a   tree;
40 but   God   raised   him   on   the   third   day
and   allowed   him   to   appear, 41 not   to
all    the    people    but    to    us    who    were
chosen   by   God   as   witnesses,   and   who
ate   and   drank   with   him   after   he   rose
from   the   dead. 42 He   commanded   us   to
preach    to    the    people    and    to    testify
that   he   is   the   one   ordained   by   God   as
judge   of   the   living   and   the   dead. 43 All
the    prophets    testify    about    him    that
everyone      who      believes      in      him
receives   forgiveness   of   sins   through
his name.’
Gospel: Luke 24:1-12
The Resurrection of Jesus
1 But   on   the   first   day   of   the   week,   at
early   dawn,   they   came   to   the   tomb,
taking     the     spices     that     they     had
prepared. 2 They     found     the     stone
rolled   away   from   the   tomb, 3 but   when
they   went   in,   they   did   not   find   the
body. 4 While    they    were    perplexed
about    this,    suddenly    two    men    in
dazzling    clothes    stood    beside    them.
5 The     women     were     terrified     and
bowed   their   faces   to   the   ground,   but
the   men   said   to   them,   ‘Why   do   you
look   for   the   living   among   the   dead?
He     is     not     here,     but     has     risen.
6 Remember   how   he   told   you,   while
he   was   still   in   Galilee, 7 that   the   Son
of    Man    must    be    handed    over    to
sinners,   and   be   crucified,   and   on   the
third    day    rise    again.’ 8 Then    they
remembered        his        words, 9 and
returning   from   the   tomb,   they   told   all
this   to   the   eleven   and   to   all   the   rest.
10 Now     it     was     Mary     Magdalene,
Joanna,   Mary   the   mother   of   James,
and   the   other   women   with   them   who
told   this   to   the   apostles. 11 But   these
words   seemed   to   them   an   idle   tale,
and   they   did   not   believe   them. 12 But
Peter    got    up    and    ran    to    the    tomb;
stooping   and   looking   in,   he   saw   the
linen   cloths   by   themselves;   then   he
went    home,    amazed    at    what    had
happened.
  Collect for  Easter Day God of glory, by the raising of your Son you have broken the chains of death and hell: fill your Church with faith and hope; for a new day has dawned and the way to life stands open in our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. Alleluia! Christ Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!