27th Sunday of Ordinary Time – 07.10.18
Angel Voices – A Millennium of Music
Including works by Hildegard of Bingen, Chiara Margarita Cozzolani, Cecilia McDowall, Ola Gjeilo
Director: Jenny Hansell
Saturday 6thOctober 2018 7.30pm
Jesus Christ Redeemer of Mankind Church
St Nicolas Avenue, Cranleigh GU6 7AQ
Tickets £12 email@example.com 275489
Please note the Practice Session forThe Talent Showon Sunday 7October isCANCELLED
As part of the Harvest Festival weekend please bring your non-perishable goods for donating to No5 and the Food Bank this weekend. There will be a second collection for CAFOD Family Fast Day
Parish Youth Group –the next meeting will take place on 6th October at 5.30pm in the Bramley Parish Meeting Room and all subsequent meetings will be held in St John’s Seminary by kind permission of Fr Rector. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org you would like more information or be added to the mailing list.
Bereaved Families Mass 3rdNovember 11am JCROMThe Annual Mass for Bereaved Families will take place at Jesus Christ Redeemer of Mankind on Saturday 3November.If you, and your family and friends, would like to be a part of this Mass please RSVP to the Parish Office.A light lunch will be follow the Mass
Blessing of the Gravesin Cranleigh will take place on Sunday 4November and candles can be bought from the Parish Office.
Parish Theatre trip.[Marilyn Vincent]
I am planning on taking a mini bus, or similar, to Reading on Saturday October 27th. The show is ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ [fabulous 1960’s iconic music/show] My daughter Jessamy has a leading role. This is a theatre trip, as I have organised before and I have had several people asking if we were planning another!!……SO here goes! They have always been great fun, drinks on way home, with ‘picnic style nibbles, all much enjoyed. The intention would be to leave Bramley Church at approximately 5.45-6.00pm
I would much appreciate a rough idea of how many people would be interested, so as to‘book’ the coach and the tickets, of course!
Please email me on ….email@example.com…or call 01483 527001.
THE BIG ENCOUNTER 2018 – FESTIVAL FOR 16-35s, NOV 10th
Our annual festival for 16-35 year olds is happening at Worth Abbey (Performing Arts Centre) on Saturday November 10th at 6.30pm. It’s open to anybody in that age group, and we’ve got an amazing line-up. The Youth 2000 Worship Band will be leading the music, and Bryony Wells will be our keynote speaker. Bishop Richard will also be with us. This is the second annual BIG ENCOUNTER, and we’re expecting a few hundred people, so spread the word. Entry is free, and you don’t need to book. For more info: Jack.Regan@dabnet.org
ADORE (Alton Day Of REnewal) – Saturday 27th October 11.00-4.00
You are warmly welcome to a mini-retreat day (or morning/afternoon) of spiritual refreshment and renewal, focussing on Renewal and Mission. At Alton School, Anstey Lane, Alton GU34 2NG. 11.00am Rosary; 11.30am Mass; 12.15 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament; 1.00pm Shared lunch (please bring finger food to share); 2.00pm Praise & Worship; 2.30 Talk “The Spirit has sent me – Mission and discernment.” – Fr John Seddon OSB; 3.30 Prayer for healing. We end about 4pm.
There is no need to register in advance, and no charge (though a collection will be taken to cover costs). For more information and directions, see website: http://www.altonrenewal.com
Following month’s meeting: 24th November: Liberty for Captives – Speaker David Matthews
May we remind you that recordings of many previous talks are available to listen to on our website. Many people have only recently discovered this valuable resource and have told us how useful they find it.
Also, we are trying to encourage the revival of prayer groups, so if you go to a charismatic group, or are thinking of starting one, do let us know and we can publicise it on our website.
Heaven’s Road Catholic Online Radiowww.heavensroadfm.comis an online radio – why not tune in and enjoy features like prayers, interviews and music to appeal to a Catholic audience – a winning combination. The radio is run on a shoestring by unpaid volunteers, so any donation, however small, would be very welcome. Cheques should be made payable to Heavens Road fm and sent to Heaven’s Road Radio, St John’s Seminary, Wonersh, Guildford, Surrey GU5 0QX. Listen on www.heavensroadfm.com. Follow on FB or twitter.
New Cranleigh Care Home, Community Beds and Health Worker Accommodation
Cranleigh Village Hospital Trust (CVHT), in collaboration with HC-One, NHS Guildford and Waverley Clinical Commissioning Group (GWCCG), Surrey County Council (SCC) and the Royal Surrey County Hospital (RSCH), is proposing the return of 20 Community Beds to Cranleigh and so replacing the 14 beds closed at Cranleigh Village Hospital in 2006.
This proposal has been supported by the local community’s vigorous campaign over many years and CVHT and HC-One are currently preparing to submit a planning application for a new 80-bed care home that will incorporate the 20 free at the point of access Community Beds. In addition we are proposing to deliver 26 new homes for local health workers. These invaluable community facilities will be located on CVHT’s land on Knowle Lane adjacent to Snoxhall Fields and Village Way Car Park. The Community Beds will be exclusively available for use by residents who are receiving care from either the NHS or SCC, while the accommodation block will provide vital affordable accommodation for workers employed within the health sector in the Cranleigh area.
Public Consultation Ahead of submitting an application to Waverley Borough Council, we would like to get your feedback on the proposals, and welcome you to come along and visit our public exhibition: Date: 11th October Time: 2pm – 8pm Venue: Cranleigh Baptist Church, 262 High St, Cranleigh GU6 8RT At the event, members of CVHT, HC-One, GWCCG, RSCH and SCC will be available to answer your questions, and comment forms will be available for you to provide us with your feedback.
These proposals will;• Provide much-needed residential, nursing and dementia care beds in an area that currently has significant and growing undersupply • Create Community Beds that will enable medically fit convalescent Cranleigh area residents to move closer to home during their recovery • Employ 80 people in a diverse range of full and part time roles • Allow for those living locally who work in the healthcare industry access to affordable key worker accommodation We hope that you are able to make it to our public exhibition on 11thOctober to find out more about the proposals. For more information, please visit the website at: https://cranleighhospital.org/