The Parish Church of St Oswald, Durham 19th October 2014

Psalm 96 1-9
1 Sing to the Lord a | new | song;
sing to the | Lord,| all the | earth.
2 Sing to the Lord and | bless his | name;
tell out his sal |vation from | day to | day.
3 Declare his glory a |mong the | nations
and his | wonders a |mong all | peoples.
4 For great is the Lord and | greatly - to be | praised;
he is more to be | feared than | all | gods.
5 For all the gods of the nations | are but | idols;
it is the | Lord who | made the | heavens.
6 Honour and majesty | are be |fore him;
power and | splendour are | in his | sanctuary.
7 Ascribe to the Lord, you families | of the | peoples;
ascribe to the | Lord | honour and | strength.
8 Ascribe to the Lord the honour | due to his | name;
bring offerings and | come in |to his | courts.
9 O worship the Lord in the | beauty of | holiness;
let the | whole earth | tremble be |fore him.
The Parish Church of St Oswald, Durham
19th October 2014
18th Sunday after Trinity
Holy Communion
Parish Eucharist
Isaiah 45:1-7, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10, Matthew 22:15-22.
Hymns: 606, 600, Communion 536, 466.
Anthem: Pitoni Cantate Domino
All baptised people are welcome to receive holy communion.
Gluten free wafers available on request when you come for communion.
If you would like to be baptised, or confirmed, please speak to Peter.
Followed by coffee in the Institute.
Hymns: 599, 628, 22.
Anthem: Wood Oculi omnium
Monday to Friday
Morning Prayer.
Logos - in the parish office
Next Sunday - Last Sunday after Trinity
British summertime ends
Holy Communion
Parish Eucharist & Baptism of Eleanor Speight
Leviticus 19:1-2,15-18, 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8, Matthew 22:34-end.
The Revd Peter Kashouris 3741681
Parish Office
383 0830
Director of Music
David Harris
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PLEASE PRAY for:- Cliff Ludman, Mac Forrester & Margaret, Diane Attridge,
Michael Perry, Keveen Shambrook and Gill Harrison, (Headteacher of St. Oswald’s
Please let the office know if you would like someone to be prayed for & added to this prayer list
'JUNGLE' TACKLING AT BOW CEMETERY opposite St Mary's College.
-Tuesday 21 October 1pm-3.30pm, , Please come and help for any part of the
time. Refreshments provided. Contact: Alison 374 1709/07599 505392. You'll
find us at the top of cemetery, above the cottage, cutting back shrubs
and pulling out roots (enter by lych-gate and walk up).
QUIET PRAYER GROUP meet next on Monday, October 27th, 8pm at
7 Mountjoy Crescent. All welcome.
LOGOS - meets this Tuesday at 1.00pm in the parish office (across the road
from the Church in the Institute). This is a meeting to read and discuss the
lessons for the coming Sunday’s Parish Eucharist. A light lunch is
provided, all welcome.
ST OSWALD'S SCHOOL will have a "Opening event" in mid October.
It will start at 4.00 ish and Parishioners will be welcome to look around
and admire the "new school" Please look out for details later.
The Dean of Durham Cathedral, has kindly agreed to open, dedicate and bless
the "new" school in November.
DURHAM CHURCHES TOGETHER - One World Week: October 23rd. at
7.15 pm, at St. Antony’s Priory: ‘Swords into Ploughshares’ is the subject of an
address by Fr. Martin Newell CP, a committed campaigner against all forms of
warfare. The talk will be followed by a discussion. Please book ahead a seat and also supper, served at 6pm (cost £5) if required:
[email protected]
The next COFFEE MORNING in the Institute is on Tuesday 11th November
at 10.00am. This is preceded by Holy Communion at 9:30am in Church. Please
note the change of time for Communion.
FOODBANK UPDATE: Items most needed at present are tinned vegetables,
fruit, fish and meat, and long-life fruit juice. Many thanks to everyone who has
kept on contributing so generously. Your gifts are greatly appreciated.
PARISH BONFIRE in St Oswald’s Churchyard, It will be light at 6.30pm on
Wednesday 5th November. Everyone welcome.
Please meet at 1pm to build it. All donations for it gratefully received.
Partnership. Information is provided about their activities on the screens at
the south porch, and Gift Aid envelopes may be found there. See also an
article in the Parish Magazine.
THE STUDENT GROUP has restarted on Sunday evenings at 7.15pm in
the Church. The group meets at this time every week in term to do a bible
study, but there will also be some socials later on. If you have any questions
talk to John or any of the students.
TO ALL STUDENTS - if you like home cooked food and would like to get
to know some of the congregation here at St Oswald's a little better please
ask Craig or Vivienne (in the choir) about being matched with a host for a
meal at their home. If you have any dietary requirements would you let us
know so that the match works out well. We're not promising cakes and
puddings to match those on TV but a number of people would be happy to
share their meal and knowledge of Durham life with you.
CHOIR - If any student is interested joining the choir please just
speak to David Harris after the service.
at 6:30pm, when Malcolm Guite will read some of his sonnets for All
Souls. Malcolm is the author of "Sounding the Seasons: Seventy Sonnets
for the Christian Year".
WILLAID 2014 - In November, you can use a local solicitor who has
signed up to Will Aid and you can enjoy the added feel-good factor of
supporting nine leading UK charities. Instead of paying your solicitor’s
fee, you will be invited to make a donation to charity.
See for further information.
GIFT AID DECLARATION FORMS are available from the back of
Church or the parish office. Please consider this effective way of giving to
the church.
Peter is away this week-end at his brother-in-law's wedding.