Please join our worship service this Trinity Sunday, June 7 at 10.00 am either in church, or live online (via Facebook Live). Our readings are Genesis 1:1-2:4a (the story of Creation and the role of the Trinity), 2 Corinthians 13:11-13 (Paul’s farewell in the name of the Trinity), and Matthew 28:16-20 (Jesus commissions the disciples in the name of the Trinity). The Rev. Christopher Easthill is preaching. Here is the order of service.
You should be able to go straight to the Livestream using this link (even if you do not have a Facebook account)! Should that not work, please go to our Facebook page here and scroll down until you find the Livestream, which we will start at 9.45 am (the service will start at the usual time of 10.00 am).
If you want to include prayers for yourself or another during the Prayers of the People at any of our services, please send me an email Or if you are watching the service live on Facebook, you can write your prayer request in the comments and we will pick them up.
Following the morning service at 11.30 am we have our Online Children’ Church: click here to join us.
Here are this week’s announcements:
- TODAY 11.30 am. Children’s Church (Zoom).
- WEDNESDAY 11.00 am. Word & Worship (Zoom).
- FRIDAY 8.30 pm. A Service of Compline (Zoom).
- SATURDAY 11.00 am – 2.00 pm. Booksale/Nearly New.
- SUNDAY 10.00 am. Sunday Worship:
Online and at St. Augustine’s followed at 11.30 am by
Children’s Church (Zoom).
Plate & Pledge:
If you typically contribute to the Plate or pay part of your pledge each week via envelopes, we ask you to consider giving from home instead via bank transfer or standing order or by mailing your check. Thank you all for your generous support of St. Augustine’s.
Lunchtime Recital June 17
After our online concert in May, this will be in the church … but with seating limitations. Please register in advance with the office if you are planning on coming.
UTO Spring Ingathering Sunday, 21 June 2020:
This is a way for each person to express tangible THANKS to God for blessings, UNITED with other prayers and money, that reach out to the worldwide family. The UTO is a personal and family devotional program of the Episcopal Church. It is the sum of our daily thanks for the blessings in our everyday lives—for good weather, happy times, a job opportunity, and unexpected visits—there are so many things for which we can be thankful. We can be thankful to God for blessings and take action by putting coins in our Blue Box. We will forward our collected offering to the UTO offices in New York City where it becomes part of a fund within the Episcopal Church which supports mission projects all over the world. Please remember to bring your Blue Box (or, Blue Envelope) to church with you on 21 June or if you can’t be at church, please transfer the amount you have put aside to our account with “UTO” as a reference. (Kay Hollis, UTO Coordinator).