Sunday 7th July – Trinity 6

Readings today:  Psalm 27: v1-6; Luke 12: v1-12

9.00 am Holy Communion in church – a traditional service in modern language with readings, address and hymns
10.30 am Morning Worship in church – a “no books” service joined at the start by our Genesis group (see notice) with reading, short address, songs and hymns; followed by coffee/tea in the Church Hall
4-6 pm Home Fellowship Group meets again at the home of Jono and Sian Wylie – see notice for details

Mon 8th July

9.00 am Morning Prayer on Zoom* – half an hour together with Bible readings, prayers and a hymn or song, setting up the day

*note: if you are local to Holmes Chapel and would like to join in one of our short Zoom Morning Prayer services (30 mins), please email secretary@stlkhc.uk and we will send you the Zoom login details.

Tues 9th July

9.00 am Morning Prayer by Zoom*see above
7.15 – 9.15 pm St Luke’s Craft Group meets in the Church Hall – see notice

Wed 10th July

9.00 am Morning Prayer by Zoom*see above
10.30 am Holy Communion in church – a short unsung communion service for mid-week
7.30 pm St Luke’s Community Choir meets in the Church Hall

Thurs 11th July

8.45 – 10.00 am Early Birds Parent & Toddler Group – meets in the Church Hall – see notice
10.15 am – 12 noon St Luke’s Community Coffee – tea/coffee available to all in the Church Hall – good company and live music most weeks

Sunday 14th July – Trinity 7: Thanksgiving

chance to give thanks for the Lord’s provision for the work of St Luke’s and consider our own giving to God’s work 

Readings today:  Psalm 95: v1-11; Luke 12: v13-21

9.00 am Holy Communion in church – a traditional service in modern language with readings, address and hymns
10.30 am Morning Worship in church – a “no books” service joined at the start by our Genesis group (see notice) with reading, short address, songs and hymns; followed by coffee/tea in the Church Hall
11.45 ish Bring & Share Lunch in the Church Hall:
share food and fellowship together as a church family marking Thanksgiving and celebrating Genesis end of term (and encouragement of continuing leadership); bring enough food for yourselves and maybe a bit extra to share – savoury or sweet (labelled if possible).