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This week at St Bride's

Sunday 13th August - Ninth Sunday after Trinity

10.00am Morning Prayer: What does progress look like?
A talk and discussion in the context of a church service led by Jonathan Clatworthy focusing on ‘What is progress, and do we want it?’

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm: The Well: Informal worship in the Celtic tradition; using silence and symbol, the scriptures and more. August’s theme: ‘The Sea’, with Helen Randall.

Monday 7th August

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

6.30pm Science and Faith at St Dunstan's: Many people, especially younger people, think there’s a contradiction between science and faith. Theologian Revd Mike Kirby will lead a session for young people which will show that there isn’t necessarily any contradiction.
PLEASE NOTE: In a change to the previously advertised programme, the young people’s session scheduled for 6.00pm is now at 6.30pm and the second session for adults will now be held at a later date.

7.30pm Worship Planning at St Bride’s: The worship planning group is open to anyone with ideas for future series, or even just an interest in how they get chosen!  If you have any questions, please speak to Rose, Helen or any of the church wardens.

Tuesday 8th August

10.30am MRANG: Safe ‘women only’ space for women seeking asylum.

7pm iChoir: singing, confidence, fun!

Wednesday 9th August

9.00am Morning Prayer followed by tea and coffee.

6.00pm Yoga: Weekly sessions run by Natasha Wilksberg. Cost £6 a session or £20 for 4.

Thursday 10th August

12.30pm Hope+ Food bank

7.30pm Homeless Meals Project

Friday 11th August

10.00am Red Cross: Project for newly arrived refugees.

Sunday 13th August

10.00am Holy Communion: Jonathan Clatworthy continues this month’s series, helping us to think about ‘What does progress look like?’ This is the first service at St. Bride’s to be wholly led by our new Rector Miranda.
Followed by our ethical stalls: Traidcraft and Suma products will be on sale after the morning service - please bring plastic bottles to refill for washing up liquid/laundry liquid/hand wash/shampoo etc., and think about stocking up on fair trade gifts and treats! (We're doing it on the third Sunday this month because the fourth falls on the bank holiday).

12.30pm Narcotics Anonymous

6.30pm Open Table: Our ecumenical Christian worship community which offers a warm welcome to people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer / Questioning, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA), and all who seek an inclusive Church. Doors open 6pm for refreshments. Our celebrant tonight is Bishop of Liverpool Rt Revd Paul Bayes, who will reflect on his experience of addressing the marchers and walking with us at Liverpool Pride last month. FFI: www.opentable.lgbt


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