SERVICES

WEEKDAYS 

 .MORNING PRAYER in the Lady Chapel at 9am on Mondays and Tuesdays. It continues online on Wednesday to Friday. https://www.facebook.com/stoswaldsoswestry/

All welcome to this 20 minute time of prayer

The whole service may be read on the C of E page HERE

EVERY THURSDAY   10.30 Holy Communion (BCP) in the Lady Chapel


SUNDAY

Sunday 10.30 worship is on the St  Oswald's Oswestry YouTube page.

SUNDAY 18TH FEBRUARY, FIRST SUNDAY of LENT

08.00 Holy Communion
President: Rev. Adrian Bailey
10.10 Prayers in St. Catherine’s Chapel
10.30 Parish Eucharist
President: Rev. Yin-An Chen
Setting: Mathias - Communion Service in C
Processional Hymn: 74
Kyries: Plainsong - Cunctipotens Genitor Deus
The Collect:
Almighty God, whose Son Jesus Christ fasted
forty days in the wilderness, and was tempted as
we are, yet without sin; give us grace to discipline
ourselves in obedience to your Spirit; and, as you
know our weakness, so may we know your power
to save; through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the
Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
The Readings: Genesis 9:8-17
God promises that never again will a flood destroy
the earth. The rainbow is a sign to all creation and
a reminder to God of this everlasting covenant.
Psalm: 25 vv1-9

1 Peter 3:18-end
Noah and his family were saved through water
when the sinful world was destroyed.
Gradual Hymn: 93
Gospel Mark 1:9-15
Jesus is affirmed at his baptism and formed by
God in the wilderness. Jesus’ proclamation of the
kingdom of God calls people to respond.
Preacher: Rev. Jassica Castillo-Burley
For your prayers:
Those killed and injured by the ongoing
hostilities in Gaza and the wider region, for all
who in bereavement, disability and pain
continue to suffer the consequences of fighting
and terror, for all working towards peace.
People adversely affected by the recent stormy
weather and those who are working in difficult
conditions.
People struggling to care for their families due
to the cost-of-living crisis, those worried about
the cost of energy and those who are working to
help people in need.
The sick and everyone involved in the medical
professions, especially those working for the
NHS and in residential and care homes.
The families and friends of Rev. David Hart,
June Allen, Andrew Harris, Joan Mary Sagar,
Netta Brown, Patrica Leech, John Richard
Evans, Dr Sona Chakrabarti and Hazel Yates
along with everyone else who has recently been
bereaved.
Offertory Hymn: 383

Communion Hymn: 277
Anthem: Almighty and everlasting God -
Gibbons
The Post Communion Prayer:
Lord God, you have renewed us with the living
bread from heaven; by it you nourish our faith,
increase our hope, and strengthen our love:
teach us always to hunger for him who is the
true and living bread, and enable us to live by
every word that proceeds from out of your
mouth; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Recessional Hymn: 333 (omit v2)

Voluntary: J S Bach prelude and fugue in A minor
BWV 543

This Evening
18.30 Choral Evensong - (The Gentlemen of
the Choir)

President: Rev. Yin-An-Chen
We ponder in Evensong:- Eve (Genesis 2-3)
Next Sunday 25th February (Second Sunday of Lent)
10.30 Parish Eucharist
17.30 Reflective Service

 

Christ Church Rhydycroesau 9.30 a.m. Holy Communion - 25th February

 


 




 

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