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Hands @ Work

“But I am among you as one who serves.

You are those who have stood by me in my trials”

                                                                                                 Luke 22: 27&28

These words of Jesus may seem unconnected. Yet as I reflect upon our visit to Hands@Work, in South Africa in August, they seem to sum up much of what the visit was all about.


The Journey

“But now, God’s Message, the God who made you in the first place, Jacob, the One who got you started, Israel: “Don’t be afraid, I’ve redeemed you. I’ve called your name. You’re mine. When you’re in over your head, I’ll be there with you. When you’re in rough waters, you will not go down. When you’re between a rock and a hard place, it won’t be a dead end - because I am God, your personal God, The Holy of Israel, your Saviour. I paid a huge price for you: all of Egypt, with rich Cush and Seba thrown in! That’s how much you mean to me! That’s how much I love you! I’d sell off the whole world to get you back, trade the creation just for you. “So don’t be afraid: I’m with you. I’ll round up all your scattered children; pull them in from east and west.
I’ll send orders north and south: ‘Send them back. Return my sons from distant lands, my daughters from faraway places. I want them back, every last one who bears my name, every man, woman, and child Whom I created for my glory, yes, personally formed and made each one.’”

Isaiah 43:1-7 The Message


The scallop is the symbol for the Apostle James. St. James used the scallop shell during his pilgrimage to beg for food and water. Even the poorest people could fill the small shell, so he always found help along his way. Later, followers of St. James wore the scallop-shell symbol on their hats and clothes and it became the symbol of pilgrimage or journeying.



Have you thought about your will ?

Even with our faith none of us likes to think that we will die soon, so we put off planning for death and specifically we try to forget about what will happen to our assets when we die. Sometimes a specific event, such as the birth of a child, can nudge us to preparing a will, but having done so it is put in the cupboard, or filed away, and forgotten. There are many good reasons why you should review your will at regular intervals, or make a will if you have not yet got around to doing so. For example you may want to make sure that your assets go where you wish, not where the law dictates, and you may want to minimise the tax charge on death if your assets exceed £325,000. This is a big topic, and not for a short comment in the Parish Magazine, however I would like to bring a couple of thoughts to your attention.


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Sunday 8:00 - Eucharist.

Sunday 9:30 - Parish Eucharist.

Sunday 11:00 - A Service For All Ages.

Sunday 18:00 - Evensong (first Sunday of the month), Compline (third and fourth Sunday of the month), Taize (second Sunday of the month), Songs of Praise (fifth Sunday of the month).

Monday 19:00 - Eucharist.

Tuesday 10:00 - Eucharist.


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