A warm welcome to any visitors who may be with us this weekend; we hope you have an enjoyable time in beautiful North Norfolk. You are welcome to stay for coffee after our weekend Masses and meet some of our parishioners.
We again welcome Fr Peter Brown to the parish and thank him for celebrating our weekend Masses over the last fortnight.
Please note: tomorrow’s Eucharistic Service (Bank Holiday Monday) is at
Assisted Dying Bill Postcards. These cards are available at the back of the church. On 11th September 2015 a very important debate will be taking place in the House of Commons on a Private Members Bill to legalise assisted suicide. We are urged by Archbishop Peter Smith, Chairman to the Dept. of Christian Responsibility & Citizenship, to consider the message on the cards and make contact with our local MP. He suggests we also give these cards to colleagues and friends. We need to play our part and ACT NOW by making our views known. So please take some cards and use them to support what we believe to be right.
Riverside Service – ”Songs of Praise” (arranged by the local churches) is at Hoveton Staithe this afternoon, Sunday 30th August at 3.30 pm. Do join us to boost our Christian witness. Bring family and friends along. If it rains the service will move to St Helen’s.
Safari Supper – Saturday 5th September, at 6.30 pm. Our church will be providing the dessert. Tickets: cost – adults £7.50; under 12s £5.00.
The Norfolk Churches Trust is reminding us that it is time to think about the Sponsored Bike Ride & Walk, on Saturday 12th September. So, to help, through the Churches Trust, continue to preserve our beautiful churches in Norfolk, get sponsored for each building you visit or make a donation. Information & Sponsor/Donation forms in the porch at North Walsham or go online to: norfolkchurchestrust.org.uk/sponsored-bike-ride
The Dowry of Mary Pilgrimage to Walsingham is on Sunday 6th September, Reception of Flags starting at 11.30am at the Shrine. Please see the poster in the church for further details. l
The Diocesan Newspaper for September is in church porches. FREE.