10 September 2020
As with most things, our Harvest Thanksgiving will be slightly different this year. We will have a special Eucharist service of Thanksgiving at our normal service times on Sunday 27 September, however there can not be any congregational singing and our harvest gifts will not be brought up to the altar as they would normally.
This year we are donating all Harvest gifts to the Daylight Centre. We ask that you bring non-perishable goods to church on 27 September. If you would like to make a coin donation, please tape the coin to the packaging. There will be a container at the back of church for people to place their donations in as they come into church.
These are items requested by the Daylight Centre Foodbank:
Non-perishable foodstuffs including:
· Anything that comes in a can or jar.
· Everything a home cook has in their cupboard such as custard powder and gravy granules or salt and pepper.
· All basic staple foodstuffs such as rice and sugar or tea and coffee.
· Anything that’s good for a family with young children such as cereals and squash for food parcels for families.
· Everything that you might choose to eat if you didn’t have access to cooking facilities such as biscuits and instant noodles or anything in a ring-pull can.
· Bottled water.
All donations are very, very gratefully received as the Foodbank tries to feed the hungry of our town.
| Magazine deadline
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|Our prayers are asked for:
Those who suffer in body, mind or spirit, among them Peter B, Christian S, Sue P, Roger P, Richard H, Tim C.
The housebound Ruth S, Margaret O, Diana B.
The church the Anglican Church of South America, The Most Revd Gregory James Venables, Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church of South America and Bishop of Argentina; The Porvoo Churches – Tuam Killala and Achonry, Bath and Wells.
If you would like to add a name to our prayer list, please first obtain the consent of the person you wish us to pray for. Then tell Rev Paula or Agnes at the Benefice Office whom to pray for and the reason why. A name remains on the list for three weeks.
|Useful links and phone
Morning and evening prayer on Zoom – call Rev Christine (01933 226730).
Our services online
Ian (phone 01933 274222) can help collect your shopping and prescriptions.
Northamptonshire Coronavirus Support Line for getting food, prescriptions and other services – call 0300 126 1000 / option 5.
List of churches with online services
Free worship phone line – call 0800 804 8044
For good mental health
For worship at home
For households with children: Faith at Home
Further resources from Peterborough Diocese
|Churches open for private
All Saints Thursday 10:00-12:00 - entry through the Lady Chapel door
All Hallows Wednesday and Saturday 10:30-12:30
Our website: allhallowsandallsaintswellingborough.co.uk
Our online services: rebrand.ly/saintsandhallows
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