Saturday 27 February 10.30am – 2.00pm
This is our biggest fundraising event of the year and a special table has been set up in the porch with all information relating to the Bazaar, including the following.
CALLING ALL HELPERS!
Thank you to everyone who has signed up so far. If you would like to get involved in any way, please sign up on the list in the porch.
Setting up hall on Friday 26 Feb
Clearing up afterwards
If you can’t help on the day, please consider bringing in good quality items, suitable for sale (no jumble please).
Next weekend there will be boxes in the porch for you to donate items for the Bottle Stall – unopened bottles of wine, spirits, beers, lagers, soft drinks etc which can be put on this popular stall most welcome!
GRAND PRIZE DRAW
Books of tickets are now available. Please try and sell as many as you can, as it’s a great way to boost our funds. There are three Cash Prizes of £100, £50 and £25 + lots of other prizes. Ticket Stubs and money can be posted into the Red Box which will be in the porch each weekend until the Bazaar.
Raffle Prizes – Could you donate a prize from the list? Please add your details to the list if you can.
YEAR OF MERCY
Listed below are the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy, as they might have appeared in Catechisms of Christian Doctrine. In the coming weeks this space on the Parish website will consider each of them in turn as part of our reflections for the Year of Mercy.
The Corporal Works of Mercy
- Feed the hungry
- Give drink to the thirsty
- Clothe the naked
- Shelter the homeless
- Visit the sick
- Visit the imprisoned
- Bury the dead
The Spiritual Works of Mercy
- Admonish the sinner
- Instruct the ignorant
- Counsel the doubtful
- Comfort the sorrowful
- Bear wrongs patiently
- Forgive all injuries
- Pray for the living and the dead