24th Sunday of Ordinary Time

24th Sunday of Ordinary Time

By In Newsletter Blog On September 13, 2019


Dear Brothers and Sisters

Welcome to our Mission Mass for Home Mission Sunday – especially if you are visiting us.  Please join us after mass, if you can, for a picnic and a time to relax in one another’s company.    God Bless you.  Fr David 

Thank you to everyone who has returned their Talents Money, some with large increases.  There are still about 8 people who have not yet returned their envelopes.  Please take this opportunity to do so as we would like to finalise the accounts. Envelopes can be left in the offertory baskets or left with the Parish Office.

The Bramley Parish Lunch will take place on Tuesday 24th September following Mass with Father Kevin Dring.  Please sign up in the porches to attend this lunch, transport can be arranged if you think of some who may like to attend.

The nextCAMEO evening will take place on Tuesday 1st October 7.30pm at the Cranleigh Lady Chapel.   Lucy Hall will present “The Story of the Church Year” and then join tea, coffee and discussion in the Parish Meeting Room. This evening is intended for all ladies of the parish whatever their generation.  If you would like some spirituality in your busy lives, then please join us.

Please note the Bereavement Mass on 21st September is postponed until 19th October 10am in Cranleigh.

Bereavement Course– if you feel that you would like to be involved in this ministry please consider coming along.  You can contact the Parish Office for further information. Please speak to Fr David about your interest.

The over 50’s Coffee mornings will take place next Tuesday 8th September 10.30am in the Cranleigh Parish Meeting Room and every second Tuesday of the month thereafter.  Everybody is welcome and please bring your friends from the Cranleigh & Bramley community. 

Confirmation 2020 for Year 10 in September 2019.

The Parents Session will take place in Cranleigh Parish Meeting Room on Wednesday 18th September 7.30pm at which Patrick B will explain the programme and confirm dates. 

Please register your interest using the Parish Events link on the website.

Pokot News Please note there is a news bulletin regarding POKOT which was sent out with the electronic E-Newsletter on Friday, it can also be found on the Parish website.

Day of Reflection with Bishop Richard for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  Sat. 28th September 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm at Mayfield School, Mayfield, TN20 6PH. Please book at ruth.gerun@dabnet.org   – 01293 651164.  Numbers limited therefore priority will be given to those who have not previously attended.

STRAWBERRY CREAM TEA

Saturday 21stSeptember 3-5pm in St Nicolas Church Rooms.  FREE COMMUNITY EVENT with entertainment and raffle supporting THE MEATH EPILEPSY CHARITY based in Godalming.  Please ring 274376 to book.  Transport is available if required.  All are very welcome to attend.  See the notice in the church porch.

FINANCIAL UPDATE

The parish’s accounts are kept up to date and regularly reviewed by the Finance Committee to ensure that we are on track for meeting our financial commitments for the year. Two of our main indicators are our total offertory collection and paying for the parish hall in Cranleigh.  Both of these are largely on track with our plans. There is a chart showing this year’s progress pinned up in the porch of each church. The talents drive this year has raised £4,913, the most successful drive we have had.  Well done everyone!

Vocations Weekend for young women

Theme: Discernment and Vocation

Dates: 29 Nov – 1 Dec 2019Location: Liverpool

The weekend is organised by the sisters, Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ).  There is nothing quite like religious life – it’s an extraordinary adventure into a deep relationship with God.

If you are wondering if God is calling you to religious life and would like to find out more why not come along?  You are welcome to stay for the weekend or just come along on Saturday for the day. There will be opportunity for prayer, reflection and input, chance to ask questions and to meet others who are also wondering where God is calling them.

For more information contact Sr Lynne fcJ at lynnefcj@hotmail.com or visit our website www.fcjsisters.org

3,000 miles – Walking to Jerusalem
Saturday 21st September 7.30pm

United Reformed Church GU2 4BS

Blisters, hope and other facts on the ground. Tickets £12.50 from www.thelittleboxoffice.com/wspsc or 01252 792609.  An extraordinary story. With Justin’s creativity, a playful and inventive blend of theatre and standup, and a good team behind him, we believe it will be an unusual and uplifting evening. If you’re inspired to join us, please do bring your friends, and it would be really helpful if you book your tickets in advance if possible.


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