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ELY Ely Cathedral SERVICES for June 5 – June 11 THURSDAY: 7.40am – Morning Prayer; 8am – Holy Communion; midday – Quiet Hour; 12.10 - Holy Communion; 5.30pm – Evensong. Friday: 7.40am – Morning Prayer; 8am – Holy Communion; midday – Quiet Hour; 5.30pm –
SERVICES for June 5 - June 11
THURSDAY: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 12.10 - Holy Communion; 5.30pm - Evensong.
Friday: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 5.30pm - Evensong.
Saturday: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 5.30pm - Evensong.
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Sunday: 8.15am - Holy Communion; 10.30am - Sung Eucharist; 2pm - Cambridgeshire Regiment Association Centenary Service; 4pm - Evensong.
Monday: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 5.30pm - Evensong.
Tuesday: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 5.30pm - Evensong.
Wednesday: 7.40am - Morning Prayer; 8am - Holy Communion; midday - Quiet Hour; 12.10pm - Holy Communion; 5.30pm - Evensong.
St Mary's Church
Services for June 8.
8am: Holy Communion with preacher John Isaacs; 10.30am: Family Communion with preacher Ruth Dennigan; 6.30pm: Reflective service led by the Rev Alan Partridge.
INFO: 01353 659550.
St Peter's Church
Sunday: the celebrant and preacher at the 9.15am Eucharist will be Rev Reg Macklin.
Wednesday: there will be a Lunchtime Service at 1pm and a Bible Study at St Peter's House at 7.30pm.
Thursday: from noon till 1pm - Shopper's Lunch. 2.30pm - Open Fellowship with Terry Day.
Sunday: Methodist Homes Sunday. Morning service at 11am led by the Rev June Mallabon. Evening service at 6.30pm led by the Rev Edwin Myers. Organist is Alan Bulley.
SUNDAY morning service began with a time of Praise and Worship led by the musicians and singers and worship leader Keith Waters. A time of intercessory and thanks-giving prayer were made on behalf of the world, Ely community and individual needs and concerns. Rev Roger Davies gave the message under the heading of 'bewilderment to boldness'. At the close of the service, Holy Communion was celebrated.
Thursday: Music Group and singers meet in the church for practice. The Elders and Deacons meet at 7.45pm in the church for their monthly discussion on the work of the Fellowship.
Saturday: Prayer meeting will be held at 7pm.
Sunday: Chris Binstead from FEBA Radio will be speaker. A bring-and-share lunch will follow. Part 14 of 'the big journey' under the heading 'the clash of the kingdom'. This will be led by Rob Betts at the evening service.
PRESIDENT Jackie Wade welcomed members from Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Bungay and Watton Inner Wheel clubs, Ely Tangent Club as well as club members and their guests, to the annual Overseas Supper, held in St Mary's Church Hall, on Wednesday evening. She invited the club Overseas Service organiser Ethel Smith to introduce the guest speaker. The charity to benefit from this year's event is the Smile Train and as they were unable to send a speaker, Mrs Smith was delighted that Tariq Amhad a consultant plastic surgeon from Addenbrooke's Hospital was able to address the 60-strong audience.
After his talk, Mr Ahmad answered questions and was thanked by vice-president Jill Sallis for his informative and at times amusing talk. A cheque for £500 will be forwarded to the Smile Train and more information can be seen at www.smiletrain.org.uk
Everyone enjoyed a supper prepared by the members of the club. The Inner Wheel would like to thank Jess Howard, for all the assistance she gave waitressing and washing up. Jess is a local Girl Guide, who is raising funds, so that she can attend the Girl Guide World Jamboree in Iceland.
The annual meeting will take place on June 25 at the Old Dispensary at 7.30p.m.
The Olive Tree Fellowship
SUNDAY'S worship focused on our desire to enthrone our Lord in our lives, to direct us in all things. The Pastor brought a message of relevance to the nation, the church at large, and individual Christians: it concerned the picture of restoring God to His rightful place in the centre of life, as suggested in the story of David bringing the Ark of God back to Jerusalem. Holy Communion followed the preaching, as a response to the challenge.
Sunday: worship is at 10.30am and the speaker will be the Pastor. Crèche and Sunday School will be provided. On Friday, from 10am until noon, the Open Door Café will run at the church (in Silver Street), offering a welcoming setting in which to relax and enjoy refreshments and good company. All are welcome.
MORNING Prayer at St Michael and All Angels on Sunday was led by Piers Coutts. The first lesson was read by Michael richer who also presented the offertory.
Next Sunday Sung Eucharist will be at 9.15am.
JIM welcomed everyone to Sunday's service and gave out the notices. June, Alan and Bob were the musicians. A sketch was presented by the children. This was followed by prayers, led by Eileen, Jonathan and Jim. Josh, and Jacob took up the offering. Jim read from Matthew 13 verse 30. The service closed with prayers.
Sunday: morning worship with communion will be led by Nigel Holland.
LITTLEPORT, Ely and District Spiritualists would like to say thank you to Carol Allgood and PeteWiggins for their help in delivering messages for the church by way of fledgling messages and psychic art last week when our guest medium, Eileen Barton, was unable to attend.
Meetings are on Thursdays at Littleport Village Hall. Doors open 6.35pm for spiritual healing, which begins at 6.40pm through to 7.20pm.
Divine Service at 7.30pm and this week we have Sue Tagholme and Mark Dowler.
INFO: Wendie: 01353 667300. www.mjgoodall.co.uk/lead-spirit.htm
Vine Community Church
Sunday: service is at 10.30am with contemporary music worship and a sermon by Pastor Don Gee. Youth and Sunday School is provided during the sermon.
Tuesday: Fellowship meeting at 7.30pm.
INFO: Pastor Gee on 02353 860885 or 01638 780457.
Thurs. to Sat. last; The Arts and Crafts Fair, organised by Jim Harrison was a well attended and successful affair, with a good selection of pictures and craft items produced by local talent.
St George's Church
SATURDAY: Men's Breakfast Club in the Parish Room at 9.30am.
Sunday: The vicar will preside and preach at the 8am Holy Communion and the 10am Parish Eucharist at which the sermon will be delivered by Carol Swain.
Tuesday: Pram Service for all pre-school toddlers and their parents/carers at 1.45pm.
Wednesday: Holy Communion at 9.30am.
St John's Methodist Church
SUNDAY morning's service will be led by Ian Weatherall and during the service there will be a talk given by the Gideon Bible Society at 10.45am. Duncan Palmer will lead the evening service at 6.30pm.
St George's Church
THE morning service of Holy Communion was taken by Rt Rev Peter Dawes who spoke about St Paul's conversion on the Damascus Road.
Sunday: United family service at 9.45am at the Baptist Chapel.
THE evening service was taken by Audrey Jacobs who preached on the Beattitudes. Sunday: United family service at 9.45am. Preacher will be the Rev Kevin Burdett. In the evening the service will be led by the Rev Robin Giles.
Girls brigade meet at 6pm on Friday.
The village collection for Christian Aid raised £402.00.
Both congregations were delighted to hear that Rene Cockerton is steadily healing and our prayers for her, Peter Cockerton and Margaret Digwell.
MORNING worship on Sunday was led by George Ginn and the evening service was led by Tony Murfet.
Ann and Sarah's coffee morning raised £90. Thank you to all who supported this event.
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting at 10.30am led by the Rev Edwin Myers.
Sunday: Worship at 10am will be led by Ken Brown and Keith Penn will lead our evening worship at 6.30pm.
THE club had a successful Open Triples competition on Sunday, won by the home team of D Goodjohn, T Peacock and S Boker. The public and associate members are still welcome to come and learn to play bowls on Friday evenings.
ON Sunday Carole Durose, a member of the church, took the service and led the congregation in Holy Communion.
Sunday: the service at 10.30am will be conducted by Rev Richard Lewis, the regional Baptist minister.