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St Luke, Evangelist and Martyr 16th October 2016

16th Octo­ber 2016

St Luke, Evangelist and Martyr

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Wel­come to our Patron­al Fest­iv­al Ser­vice & Lunch­eon

At St Luke’s we seek to share God’s uncon­di­tion­al love and accept­ance of all people, regard­less of age gender, race, mar­it­al or fam­ily status, sexu­al ori­ent­a­tion, dis­ab­il­ity or wealth.

Cel­eb­rant: Fr. Philip Brad­ford
Preach­er Pro­fess­or Diane Speed
Wel­comers Today: Stu­art Grigg & Ruth Cham­pi­on
Next week: Kev­in Green & John Tonetti
Read­ers Today: Richard Hagen & Kate Abou Takka
Read­ers next week: Belinda Reddy & Edwin Reddy
Inter­cessor: Amrit MacIntyre
Next week: Ruth Cham­pi­on
Hos­pit­al­ity: Shared Lunch
Next Week: Thai Com­munity
Clean­ers Sat­urday 22 Oct: Moya Holle, John Tonetti, Neville Daniels

ABM. Anglic­an Board of Mis­sion-Aus­tralia

Work­ing for Love, Hope, & Justice

Con­sider Luke, schol­ar and evan­gel­ist patiently giv­ing an account of the work of God in Christ and the early church, but also stand­ing with God’s people in their time of tri­al. As he wrote the Gos­pel read­ing for today no doubt he reflec­ted upon his own response to the call of Christ to go out into the har­vest. May we fol­low his example in our lives for our fam­il­ies, friends, neigh­bours and work col­leagues need to hear of the love and mercy of God in Christ Jesus our Lord and see this good news reflec­ted in our lives.

  • Pray that we may ask the Lord of the har­vest to send out work­ers into his har­vest field for the har­vest is plen­ti­ful but the work­ers are few.
  • Give thanks for the Zam­bia Anglic­an Council’s Out­reach Pro­gram.

Text:        Dr Michael Sut­ton
Ordin­a­tion can­did­ate, Dio­cese of Grafton
© Anglic­an Board of Mis­sion, 2016

Introit Hymn:  TIS 455 — For all the saints

  1. For all the saints, who from their labours rest,
    who to the world their Lord by faith con­fessed,
    your name O Jesus, be for ever blessed.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  2. You were their rock, their fort­ress and their might
    you were their cap­tain in the well fought fight
    in deep­est dark­ness still their one true light.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  3. So may your ser­vants, faith­ful, true and bold,
    fight as the saints who nobly fought of old,
    and win, with them, the victor’s crown of gold.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  4. O blest com­mu­nion, fel­low­ship divine!
    We feebly struggle, they in glory shine,
    all yours, all joined in unity divine.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  5. And when the strife is fierce, the war­fare long,
    steals on the ear the dis­tant tri­umph song,
    and hearts are brave again, and arms are strong.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  6. The golden even­ing bright­ens in the west;
    soon, soon to faith­ful war­ri­ors comes their rest,
    the peace­ful calm of para­dise the blest.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  7. But see, there breaks a yet more glor­i­ous day;
    the saints tri­umphant rise in bright array;
    The King of glory passes on his way.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.
  8. From earth’s wide bounds and ocean’s farthest shore,
    through heaven’s gate the holy people pour;
    the Three-in-One for ever they adore.
    Hal­le­lu­jah, Hal­le­lu­jah.

[Music by Ral­ph Vaughan Wil­li­ams 1872–1958
Words by Wil­li­am Walsham How 1823–97]

The Sen­tence: The har­vest is plen­ti­ful but the labour­ers are few; ask there­fore the Lord of the har­vest to send out labour­ers into his har­vest.

Luke 10.2

The Col­lect:
Almighty God,
who inspired your ser­vant Luke the phys­i­cian
to set forth in his gos­pel
the love and heal­ing power of your Son:
gra­ciously con­tin­ue in your Church
this love and power to heal,
to the praise and glory of your name;
through Jesus Christ our Lord,
who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the  Holy Spir­it,
one God, now and for ever.              Amen.

First Read­ing                                                              Jeremi­ah 8.22–9:3

A read­ing from the book of Proph­et Jeremi­ah

Is there no balm in Gilead? Is there no phys­i­cian there? Why then has the health of my poor people not been restored? O that my head were a spring of water, and my eyes a foun­tain of tears, so that I might weep day and night for the slain of my poor people! O that I had in the desert a traveller’s lodging place that I might leave my people and go away from them! For they are all adulter­ers, a band of trait­ors. They bend their tongues like bows; they have grown strong in the land for false­hood, and not for truth; for they pro­ceed from evil to evil, and they do not know me, says the Lord.

For the word of the Lord                                             Thanks be to God

Psalm 145:10–18

10   All cre­ation | praises you, O | Lord;
and your faith­ful | ser­vants | bless your | name.

11   They speak of the glory | of your | king­dom;
and | tell of your | great | might.

†12 That all people may know your | mighty | acts;
and the glor­i­ous | splend­our | of your | king­dom.

13   Your king­dom is an ever|lasting | king­dom;
and your domin­ion en|dures through | all gener|ations.

14 The Lord upholds all | those who | stumble;
and raises up | those that are | bowed | down.

15   The eyes of all look to | you in | hope;
and you give them their | food in | due | sea­son.

16   You open | wide your | hand;
and fill all things | liv­ing with your | bounteous | gift.

17   The Lord is just in | all his | ways;
and | faith­ful in | all his | doings.

18   The Lord is near to all who | call up|on him;
to all who | call up|on him in | truth.

Glo|ry to | God; Fath­er | Son and | Holy | Spir­it.
As in the be|ginning so | now; and for | ever. | A|men.

Second Read­ing                                                          2 Timothy 4.9–17a

A read­ing from Paul’s Second let­ter to Timothy

Please come as soon as you can. Demas has deser­ted me because he loves the things of this life and has gone to Thes­salon­ica. Cres­cens has gone to Gala­tia, and Tit­us has gone to Dal­ma­tia. Only Luke is with me. Bring Mark with you when you come, for he will be help­ful to me. I sent Tychi­cus to Eph­esus. When you come, be sure to bring the coat I left with Carpus at Troas. Also bring my books, and espe­cially my papers. Alex­an­der the cop­per­smith has done me much harm, but the Lord will judge him for what he has done. Be care­ful of him, for he fought against everything we said. The first time I was brought before the judge, no one was with me. Every­one had aban­doned me. I hope it will not be coun­ted against them. But the Lord stood with me and gave me strength, so that I might preach the Good News in all its full­ness for all the Gen­tiles to hear. And he saved me from cer­tain death.

For the word of the Lord                                             Thanks be to God

Gos­pel Pro­ces­sion:

The Gos­pel Acclam­a­tion.

Alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia!
I have chosen you from the world, | says the | Lord.
to go and | bear fruit | that will | last.
Alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia!

The Gos­pel                                                                               Luke 10.1–9

The Gos­pel of our Lord Jesus Christ accord­ing to Luke

X Glory to you, Lord Jesus Christ

The Lord now chose sev­enty-two oth­er dis­ciples and sent them on ahead in pairs to all the towns and vil­lages he planned to vis­it. These were his instruc­tions to them: “The har­vest is plen­ti­ful, but the work­ers are few. Pray to the Lord who is in charge of the har­vest, and ask him to send out more work­ers for his fields. Go now, and remem­ber that I am send­ing you out as lambs among wolves. Don’t take along any money, or a traveler’s bag, or even an extra pair of san­dals. And don’t stop to greet any­one on the road. “Whenev­er you enter a home, give it your bless­ing. If those who live there are worthy, the bless­ing will stand; if they are not, the bless­ing will return to you. When you enter a town, don’t move around from home to home. Stay in one place, eat­ing and drink­ing what they provide you. Don’t hes­it­ate to accept hos­pit­al­ity, because those who work deserve their pay. “If a town wel­comes you, eat whatever is set before you and heal the sick. As you heal them, say, ‘The King­dom of God is near you now.’

For Gos­pel of the Lord                                                Praise to you Lord Jesus Christ

Hymn after the Ser­mon TIS 405 — O spir­it of the liv­ing God

  1. O Spir­it of the liv­ing God,
    in all the full­ness of your grace,
    wherever human foot has trod
    des­cend on our rebel­li­ous race.
  2. Give tongues of fire and hearts of love
    to preach the recon­cil­ing word;
    anoint with power from above
    whenev­er gos­pel truth is heard.
  3. Be dark­ness, at your com­ing, light;
    con­fu­sion, order in your path
    souls without strength inspire with might;
    bid mercy tri­umph over wrath.
  4. O, Spir­it of the Lord, pre­pare
    the whole round earth its God to meet;
    and breathe abroad like morn­ing air;
    till hearts of stone begin to beat.
  5. Bap­tize the nations, far and wide
    the tri­umphs of the Cross record;
    the name of Christ be glor­i­fied;
    let every people call him Lord.

[Music by Percy Carter Buck 1871–1947,
Words by James Mont­gomery 1771–1854]


Pray­er for our Par­ish

God of Love,
God of Mis­sion,
You alone bring growth to your Church.
Send to us your Holy Spir­it — to give-
Vis­ion for our plan­ning,
Wis­dom in our actions,
And power to our wit­ness.
Help our church to grow in num­bers,
In spir­itu­al com­mit­ment to you
And in ser­vice to our loc­al com­munity.

Offer­tory Hymn TIS 520 — Lord enthroned in heav­enly splend­our

  1. Lord, enthroned in heav­enly splend­our,
    first-begot­ten from the dead,
    you alone our strong defend­er,
    lift­ing up your people’s head:
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    Jesus, true and liv­ing bread.
  2. Here our humble homage pay we,
    here in lov­ing rev­er­ence bow;
    here for faith’s dis­cern­ment pray we,
    lest we fail to know you now:
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    you are here, we ask not how.
  3. Though the lowli­est form now veils you
    as of old in Beth­le­hem,
    here as there your angels hail you,
    branch and flower of Jesse’s stem;
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    we in wor­ship join with them.
  4. Paschal Lamb, your offer­ing, fin­ished
    once for all when you were slain,
    in its full­ness undi­min­ished
    shall for ever­more remain,
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    cleans­ing souls from every stain.
  5. Great High Priest of our pro­fes­sion
    through the veil you entered in;
    by your mighty inter­ces­sion
    grace and mercy you can win:
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    only sac­ri­fice for sin.
  6. Life-impart­ing heav­enly manna,
    stricken rock with stream­ing side,
    heav­en and earth with loud hosanna
    wor­ship you, the Lamb who died
    alle­lu­ia, alle­lu­ia,
    ris’n, ascen­ded, glor­i­fied!

[Music by George Clem­ent Mar­tin 1844–1916
Words by George Hugh Bourne 1840–1925 alt.]

 

Com­mu­nion Chant

Hymn after the Bless­ing TIS 432 — Christ is made the sure found­a­tion

[WESTMINSTER ABBEY 87.87.87 Henry Pur­cell 1659–95 adap­ted by Ern­est Hawkins 1802–68  from an anthem]

  1. Christ is made the sure found­a­tion,
    Christ the head and corner­stone,
    chosen by the Lord, and pre­cious,
    bind­ing all the church in one,
    holy Zion’s help for ever,
    and her con­fid­ence alone.
  2. All that ded­ic­ated city,
    dearly loved by God on high,
    in exult­ant jubil­a­tion
    pours per­petu­al melody,
    God the Three in One ador­ing,
    prais­ing him etern­ally.
  3. Here among us, where we call you
    come, O Lord our God, today;
    with your gentle lov­ing kind­ness
    hear your people as we pray,
    and your fullest bene­dic­tion
    pour upon us here today.
  4. Here bestow on all your people
    what we ask of you to gain,
    what we gain from you for ever
    with the blessèd to retain,
    and here­after in your glory
    ever­more with you to reign.
  5. Praise and hon­our to the Fath­er,
    praise and hon­our to the Son,
    praise and hon­our to the Spir­it,
    ever Three and ever One,
    one in might and one in glory
    while etern­al ages run.

[From Urbs beata Hier­u­s­alem, Lat­in, c. 7th cent. tr. John Mason Neale 1818–66 alt.

 

The Notices

Wel­come to our “Back to St Luke’s Day” Cel­eb­ra­tions – A spe­cial wel­come to our Guest preach­er, Pro­fess­or Diane Speed, Dean and CEO of Sydney Col­lege of Divin­ity. We wel­come back too former parish­ion­ers and oth­ers con­nec­ted with St Luke’s or St Augustine’s who have joined us today. Please come to the hall after church for a tea/coffee and lunch­eon.

The Syn­od of the Dio­cese con­tin­ues Monday and Tues­day this week. Please pray for our Syn­od rep­res­ent­at­ives Moya Holle, Peter Sey­mour and Fr. Philip.

After Syn­od, our Tues­day night Bible Stud­ies will resume at 5 Lin­coln Street and we will be look­ing at the Book of Daniel. More details next week.
Tues­day 18 Octo­ber – Have your Will pre­pared for just $50 by a qual­i­fied soli­cit­or. All pro­ceeds will help Angli­care offer hope to mar­gin­al­ized and vul­ner­able people in our com­munity. The loc­a­tion is Angli­care, 1 Sloane Street, Sum­mer Hill and appoint­ments are avail­able between 8 am and 6 pm. Phone 9895 8048 to make an appoint­ment.

Sunday 23 Octo­ber at 4.00 p.m. – Even­song with the Brabyn Sing­ers and High Tea. Parish­ion­ers are reques­ted to bring a plate of food to share with our guests. If you haven’t been before, this is a lovely way to end your Sunday – on a spir­itu­al and music­al high!

Sunday 23 Octo­ber at 2.00 pm – Ere­m­os End of Year Gath­er­ing and AGM.  Guest speak­er is the Rev. Gra­ham Long, Pas­tor of the Way­side Chapel. See fur­ther inform­a­tion on the Notice Board.

Wed­nes­day 26 Octo­ber at 7.30 p.m. – Women’s Read­ing Group meets at Pau­line Newell’s home at 43/1 Coron­a­tion Aven­ue, Peter­sham. All wel­come.

Fri­day 28 Octo­berBus trip to the His­tor­ic Blue Moun­tains organ­ized by St Paul’s Bur­wood. Cost, which includes paper bag lunch/tea and cof­fee, is $55. Applic­a­tion forms on Inform­a­tion Table and Notice Board. If you would like to go please con­tact the par­ish via their web­site.

Sunday 6 Novem­ber – Con­firm­a­tion Ser­vice – Bish­op Michael Stead will be here for the con­firm­a­tion ser­vice. If you or any­one you know wishes to be con­firmed, please see Fr Philip today.

Sat­urday 26 Novem­ber – Christ­mas Mar­ket. Less than two months away now and we want it to be big­ger and bet­ter than ever. It’s time to start bak­ing those Christ­mas Cakes! See Jen­nifer Bestel for fur­ther inform­a­tion. All offers of help will be appre­ci­ated.

Book­stall NewsNadia’s book Flight has won the Pic­ture Book Award in the Children’s Book Awards for this year. We have cop­ies in stock. We also have 2017 Cal­en­dars fea­tur­ing beau­ti­ful pho­to­graphs of Aus­trali­an Anglic­an Churches – only $10 each, and the 2017 Lec­tion­ar­ies have arrived.

ABM Cooks are tak­ing orders for: Lem­on but­ter; Apple Chut­ney; Tomato Rel­ish; Fruit Cake; Florentine Bis­cuits (with or without nuts); Cheese Oat­meal bis­cuits; Zuc­chini Pickles. Place your orders with Moya.

A guest recently asked why we do not wear our name tags!
Please wear your name badge, espe­cially after­wards dur­ing morn­ing tea in the hall so new­comers and oth­ers can know your name and feel a part of our com­munity.

Advance Notice

THEATRE PARTY

A NEW Aus­trali­an Music­al LADIES IN BLACK. Star City Lyr­ic Theatre — 8 pm Wed­nes­day 18 Janu­ary Cost $80. Let John Roe know by 13 Novem­ber if you are inter­ested 0400955772 or jroe@bigpond.net.au

Anglic­an World News:

Asia Bibi, the Chris­ti­an woman on death row in Pakistan after being con­victed of blas­phemy in a row over drink­ing water, will have to wait for her Supreme Court appeal after a hear­ing due to take place today was adjourned. Justice Iqbal Hameed-ur-Reh­man, one of the pan­el of three judges due to hear the appeal, excused him­self say­ing that there was a con­flict of interest.

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Giv­ing to St Luke’s

Envel­opes in which to place your weekly offer­ing are avail­able at the Wel­come Table at the entrance to the church and also at the Inform­a­tion Table near the Book­stall. If you would like to use this meth­od of giv­ing, please take a box.  Altern­at­ively …

If you want to ensure reg­u­lar giv­ing to St Luke’s, but find you nev­er have the right amount in cash, or are some­times unable to attend on Sundays, then St Luke’s Dir­ect Trans­fer may work for you. Please put your name or the word “Offer­ing” as a ref­er­ence.

 

St Luke’s Enmore Bank Account Details

Account Name:          St Luke’s Anglic­an Church Work­ing Account

BSB: 062–165              Account Num­ber: 10023547

 

Bible Read­ings for the Week 19–24 Octo­ber 2016

MONDAY Pro­verbs 3:27–34 Psalm 15 Luke 8:16–18
TUESDAY Pro­verbs 21;1–13 Psalm 119:33–40 Luke 8:19–21
WEDNESDAY Pro­verbs 3:1–6 Psalm 19:1–6 Matt:9:9–13
THURSDAY Eccle­si­ast­es 1:2–11 Psalm 90:1–6 Luke 9:1–9
FRIDAY Eccle­si­ast­es 3:1–11 Psalm 144:1–4 Luke 9:18–22
SATURDAY Eccle­si­ast­es 11:9–12:8 Psalm 90:13–17 Luke 9:43–45

 

Next Sunday‘s Read­ings
Joel 2.23–32
Psalm 65
2 timothy 4.6–8, 16–18
Gos­pel Luke 18.15–30

INTERCESSIONS

Pray­ers for each day of the week

Today:
Peter Sey­mour; Laurel & Ray Som­mer; Raboom & Nol Takham; Mat­thew, James & Mark Tan­gruthaitham.

Monday:
Rung Thana­chait­awee­sub; Num­wan Thawan­wanich­kul; Nok Thaworn; Steph­en Thomas; Christine Thur­ley & Troy.

Tues­day:
John Tonetti; Stu­art Veitch, Jo Bur­ton & Laurence; Janet Walms­ley; Nadia Wheat­ley; Mat­thew, Bron­wyn, Sam & Thomas Whit­ing.

Wed­nes­day:
Janet Wid­mer & Bri­an Rawns­ley; Dav­id & Dorothy Wil­li­ams; Jen­nie Win­ton; Sally Woell­ner; Waew Wong­jam.

Thursday:
Kay & Nata­sha Younie; Amelia Zea; Kate Abou Takka; Shir­ley & Bar­bara Allen; Beth Arm­strong.

Fri­day:
James, Elli­ot & Harry Barnes; Ian Barnett; Mat­thew, Michelle, Darcy, Patrick, Char­lotte & Emily Bat­ter­ham.
Sat­urday:
Angela Bell & Saf­fron; Ewan, Jes­sica & Cyn­thia Berke­mei­er; Peter, Jen­nifer, Elise & Blake Bestel.

Our Pray­ers for those in imme­di­ate need:

Leanne; Bruce Sims & Peter; Car­oline Wilson; Dawn Hol­land; Asia Bibi, Robert and Lyn­dall; Linda Jensath­it; Fr Ron Mor­ris.

Pray­er for the sick or in need.

Shir­ley Allen; Bar­bara & Jade Allen; Beth Arm­strong; Grace & Han­nah Ashton; Fatima Begum; Angela Bell; Ross Black; Lyn Car­ring­ton; Kay & Rus­sell Clark; Paull Gar­rett; Ros Gee; Madeline Gee; Mar­ilyn Gibbs;  Tina Gounder & Jay­den Gounder; Rhi­an­non Henry-Edwards; Joseph Jee­bell; Ann Jeffs, Eddy Kit­tir­at; Melissa, John & Baby Ger­ard; Jude & Isla; Marissa; Emily & Taylor McCormick; Jen­nifer McGov­ern; John Naidu; Pau­line Newell; Peter Pur­cell; Bri­an Rawns­ley; Edward Reddy; Alex Regos; Joy Ree; Steph­en Thomas; Soph­ie Toupein; Janet Walms­ley; Bish­op Greg Thompson & Dio­cese of New­castle; Yavani Mu Daly, Vic­tor­ia, Leigh Gar­retty, Nii Samuela; Dav­id, Dav­id & Chandra; Nilesh Gandar & fam­ily; Alie­sha; Juli­an; Eve Moggs; Pit­taya Nitchar­oen; Bill Phipps & fam­ily; John Mic­allef; Lil­lian & moth­er; Jack & fam­ily.

Recently Depar­ted:

Janet McLeod

Anniversar­ies of the Depar­ted

Leo Castles; Len Har­ris; Ella Morey; Vic Wat­son; Her­bert Gold­smith; Alice bugle; Olga Wall; Wal­ter Pinker­ton; Anne Bar­ret

Saints Com­mem­or­a­tion:

17th: Igna­tius of Anti­och, Bish­op and Mar­tyr (d.c.115)

18th: Luke, Evan­gel­ist and Mar­tyr
19th: Henry Martyn, mis­sion­ary and bible trans­lat­or in India and Per­sia (d.1812).


SUNDAY WORSHIP
:
Par­ish Inform­a­tion                                                     ABN.78 161 584 893.
Par­ish Inform­a­tion

Sung Euchar­ist and Chil­dren’s Min­istry at 9.30 am fol­lowed by hos­pit­al­ity in the hall. Thai Com­munity meets in the Chapel after morn­ing tea. Enquir­ies to Aman­da Mason 0407 101 382.

WEEKDAY SERVICES:

Wed­nes­day 9.30 a.m. — Morn­ing Pray­er; 10.00 a.m. Euchar­ist (fol­lowed by morn­ing tea)
Fri­day 8.30 a.m. – Morn­ing Pray­er

CONFESSIONS (Sac­ra­ment of Recon­cili­ation) HOME COMMUNIONS, BAPTISMS, & MARRIAGES by arrange­ment.

Rect­or — Fr Philip Brad­ford — 0431 655 220 (Mob)
Office Ph 9557 4219 PO Box 64. Enmore NSW 2042
Par­ish email:  rector@stlukesenmore.org.au
Fr Philip:  bradford.pr@gmail.com

Pas­tor­al Care
Lay-Min­is­ters — Part Time
– Lea MacNeil & Aman­da Mason.

 

OFFICE HOURS: Tues­day 9.00 to 11.00 am; Wed­nes­day 9.00 am to 12 noon; Fri­day 8.30 to 10.30 a.m.
www.stlukesenmore.org.au

Hon Clergy Asso­ci­ate:
Fr Ron Mor­ris (Mob 0409 451362)

Organ­ist: Kathy Drum­mond
Occa­sion­al Organ­ist: C. Brooks

ST LUKE’S OP SHOP,
133 Enmore Rd, Tel: 9550 5713
Hours: Tues, Wed & Fri­day 9.30 ‑ 4; Thursday 9.30–3; Sat 9.30 – 2.30, Sunday, Monday – Closed.

Hall Admin­is­trat­or:
Stu­art Veitch Mb 0400–312-354

War­dens:
Jen­nie Win­ton Mb 0401727718.
Eddy Reddy Mb 0410634948
Ruth Cham­pi­on Mb 0400166041

Par­ish Coun­cil:
Andy Ser­afin; Jen­nifer Bestel; James Barnes (Treas­urer); Susan Hill; Peter Sey­mour; Fabi­an LoS­chiavo; Amrit MacIntyre & Tony Pur­cell.

Par­ish Nom­in­at­ors:
Moya Holle; Mandy Tib­bey; Susan Hill; Ruth Cham­pi­on & Stu­art Veitch.

Pas­tor­al Care Sup­port Group
Ruth Cham­pi­on; Stu­art Ogg; John Tonetti, Moya Holle; Peter Sey­mour