Welcome - to Fr Edward Dowland Owen who is presiding and preaching for us today. We wish Fr Edward and his family every blessing as they move in to the vicarage at Grangetown and get ready for his new ministry there, This week’s services and next Sunday - Reserve your seat at St Saviour’s mass via Liz on 07718918846 Lent Charity - The final figure for our adopted charity this year (Oasis Cafe) is £567. Many thanks to all who supported and contributed to this worthy cause. Covid Risks Update - Please continue to adhere to social distancing and so go straight to their chair and at the end of the service leave orderly. Once outside in catch ups and some fellowship is possible because it is much safer in terms of infection rates and chances of the coronavirus spreading. We are hopeful for some further freedoms to do with worship and singing in the coming weeks and have discussed this at recent deanery chapter meetings. Parish Finances - Envelopes are available from John Stuart for those who want them or he also has details of standing orders and the diocesan gift direct scheme. Prayer for Christian Unity - usually happens in the Octave for unity in January or in and around Pentecost. This year we will pray for Christian Unity from Ascension to Pentecost whilst combining this with our usual Thy Kingdom Come novena. PCC and AGM - Unfortunately current regulations only permit AGMs on zoom and we would prefer an AGM in person and so we will petition to have our AGM postponed until later in the year. There is likely to be another, extraordinary, parish AGM later in the year as we prepare for the new ministry area. Our next PCC meeting will be on Tues 4 May via zoom at 7pm. Faith QI - Our faith discussion group meets on Wed 5 May via zoom at 7pm. The next topic will be ‘Whose in Charge? God, Authority and Power’. Recently Departed - Rosaline Carew
Here can be a found a copy of the news items of events and services taking place in each of our churches. Sometimes there is overlap (baptisms, visiting the sick, pilgrimages etc) but mostly events are pertain mostly to one place.