Welcome to St Oswin’s Church

The collection plate during the service is for the named charity of the day.
Contributions to the church: we welcome your support by way of Planned Giving, or if an eligible tax payer, by using the gift aid envelopes
OR please use the plate at the back of church.

THIS SUNDAY 22nd April 2018 Fourth Sunday of Easter 
Charity: West End Refugee Service  

8.00 am Holy Communion 
Sidesman: Philip Appleby 
Reading: Acts 4: 5-12 Michael Bird St Oswin's Stewardship Campaign: Michael Bird will give the address on the theme of “Time and Talent”.Coffee 10.30am before the 11.30 am service: 
April 22nd Robin Piette, Karen Webster

11.30 am Sung Eucharist 
Sidespersons: Rosemary Proud, Howard Fenwick
Readings: Acts 4: 5-12 Pat Buckle
1 John 3: 16-end Robin Piette 
Offertory: Jean Heyes, tba 
St Oswin's Stewardship Campaign: Michael Bird will give the address on the theme of “Time and Talent”.

THIS WEEK Thursday 26th April 9.30 am: Holy Communion 

St Oswin's Stewardship Campaign will run for two more Sundays, concluding with a celebration lunch in the Church Hall on May 6th. If able to attend please add your name on the list at the back of church or mail wylamst.Oswin@hotmail.co.uk giving your name and number attending.

Jump for Joy tombola stall: donations needed. Items suitable for children especially welcome. Box at back of church. 

NEXT SUNDAY 29th April 2018 
Fifth Sunday of Easter 
Charity: West End Refugee Service  

8.00 am Holy Communion 
Sidesman: Michael Gibbney 
Reading: Acts 8: 26-end Philip Appleby  
This Sunday the Stewardship Campaign finally gets to concentrate on the part money plays in our mission here. The Treasurer, Michael Gibbney, will give the address.

11.30 am Sung Eucharist 
Sidespersons: Fiona Oomes, Chris Glynn
Readings: Acts 8: 26-end David Atkinson
1 John 4: 7-end Lyn Atkinson 
Offertory: Yvonne Athey, Chris Glynn
This Sunday the Stewardship Campaign finally gets to concentrate on the part money plays in our mission here. The Treasurer, Michael Gibbney, will give the address.

FUTURE EVENTS

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK 13 – 19th May: We are planning this year’s Christian Aid Week house–to–house collection and need YOUR help. If you have usually collected and ARE able to do so again this year – you will be contacted in the next few weeks. If you have usually collected, but are NOT able to do so this year, please let either Jane Cook, or Susan McLean (852065) know as soon as possible. If you have not collected before, but feel this is a way you could help some of the world’s poorest people, please contact me, Susan McLean or Jane Cook. Thank you, Susan McLean

Wednesday 2nd May 7.30pm: The Mothers’ Union invites you to a talk in the Church Hall by Dr Peter Tayler entitled “Young People’s Problems, to raise awareness of the complexities of young people’s problems in today’s world.

Monday 28th May Northumberland County Show Churches Together: Volunteers needed to staff 2 Information Tents on the Bywell Showground. Rota starts at 8.15am. Volunteers sign for 2¼ or 4¼ hours till about 4.30pm.Volunteers for 2¼ hours free entry to the show, for 4¼ hours lunch voucher as well. Welcome people, give out wrist bands to children, sell catalogues and some merchandise and to children, help people find their way around the showground. You will wear a Churches Together tabard for the duration of your time on duty. Briefing Thursday 24th May. Responses April 25th. Anne Peers annepeers@btinternet.com or Robert Peers at robertpeers@btinternet.com


April 29th Edna Beattie, John Warren
May 6th Lynne Petrie, Ann Smith







                                                                                        

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