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PARISH HAPPENINGS……

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This Sunday: 18th November, 2018 – The Second Sunday before Advent 

8.30 a.m. Holy Trinity – Service of Holy Communion

10.00 a.m. Nohoval – Service of Holy Communion

11.30 p.m. Holy Trinity – Service of Holy Communion

 

THIS COMING WEEK:

Mums/Carers & Tots – Friday mornings, 10am – 12noon in The Rectory during school term.

Ukuladies Fundraiser for Medical Students in Africa – Saturday 17th November in Holy Trinity Church.  7.00pm Drinks Reception / 7.30pm-9.00pm Concert.

Church Choir – Monday evenings at 7.30pm. This happy group of singers simply enjoy singing hymns and music. New members are always welcome and no audition required!!! Contact Roger Ellis, Organist & Choirmaster 087 053 9416.

Children’s Choir – every Tuesday during school term in Holy Trinity Church.  Juniors 2 – 2.30pm and Seniors 3 – 3.45pm.

Table Tennis – Bi-weekly on Tuesday evenings in the Parish Room.  Next on Tuesday 20th October.  Juniors: 5th & 6th classes – 7.30pm-8.30pm, Teens – 8.30pm onwards.  Contact:    Norman on 087-9908447 for more information.

Holy Trinity Select Vestry Meeting – Tuesday 20th November at 8.00pm in The Rectory.

 

DIARY DATES:

Confirmation 2019We will have confirmation in the Parish next year. If your child would like to be confirmed please contact Rev. Isobel for an application form at this time. Sixth Class upwards can apply.

Christmas Fayre – Saturday 24th Nov, 1.00 – 4.00 p.m.   We need your help!  Please take a form from the back of the church and let us know if you can assist in any way. Forms to be returned by Sunday 28th October.  Thank you!

Mothers’ Union All-Ireland 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER VIOLENCE – A VIGIL SERVICE: St Anne’s Shandon, Sunday November 25th at 3pm. Mary Crilly from the Sexual   Violence Centre in Cork will be speaking. Everybody Welcome.

Nohoval Select Vestry Meeting – Wednesday 28th November at 8.00pm in the Upper Room.

CDYC Youth –  1st-2nd Dec – Shopping Trip in Dublin.  9th Dec – Advent Youth Service.

Holy Trinity Church 150th Anniversary Celebration

Sunday December 2nd Templebreedy Big Sing 5.00pm in Holy Trinity Church.   Big Supper 7.00pm in Bunnyconnellan Restaurant, tickets €20 available from the back of the Church or Parish Office. Our special guest preacher is the Rt. Revd. Dr Kenneth Kearon Bishop of Limerick and Killaloe. Please note time change for this event. All proceeds from the above event going to the Church.

Nohoval Christmas Fayre – Sunday 2nd December, 2.30pm-6pm in Nohoval Car Park.

Friendship Club & Festive Coffee Morning – Tuesday 4th December, 10.30am-12noon in The Rectory.

Nohoval Advent Christmas Concert – Friday 7th December at 8.00pm in Nohoval Church.  Performers include Dan Twomey, Arianne Singers, the Harps, Déjà Vu quartet and the Ukuladies.  Enjoy Mulled wine and mince pies.  Tickets €15 available at the back of the Church.

A night with Cara O’Sullivan and Crosshaven Community Choir – Saturday 8th December in Holy Trinity Church.  7.00pm Drinks Reception / 7.30pm-9.00pm Concert.  Ticket information to follow.

Christingle Service – Sunday 9th December at 4.00pm in Holy Trinity Church.

Nohoval Church Advent Carol Service – Sunday 16th December at 7.00pm.

Templebreedy School and Parish Advent Carol Service – Tuesday 18th December at 7.00pm in Holy Trinity Church.

Holy Trinity Advent Carols with Baptism – Sunday 23rd December at 11.30am in Holy Trinity Church.

The Church of Ireland Gazette – Launching monthly from January 2019.  In print and online at www.gazette.ireland.anglican.org.

Come Dine for Holy Trinity -Templebreedy presents “Come Dine for Holy Trinity”, fundraising for Holy Trinity Church, Crosshaven. Hold a lunch/dinner party for a few friends, your family or your neighbours, with each guest donating €20, it is a fun way of supporting a worthy cause.  Further information: see posters and from the parish office.

Ongoing Metal Collection – A reminder that we are still collecting scrap metal for fundraising. Contact:  Alec Bryan, Gordon Bryan or Graham Roberts for Crosshaven or Jim Ferguson for Nohoval.