The Boningale Bugle Christmas 2020


Church
Wardens:

The Boningale Bugle March 2021

 (St. Chad’s, Boningale)

Church Wardens:

Pauline Hill 01902 372758                                                       

email: hollybon1@tiscali.co.uk

Trevor Elton 01902 789561                                        

Paper Copies of this newsletter are available from St. Chad’s. If you have any news you want to share or know of anyone who would be interested in receiving a copy of The Boningale Bugle please contact Pauline Hill.
GOOD NEWS - St. Chad’s will be re-opening for services on Easter Sunday!
The service of Holy Communion will be at 11.15 a.m. Due to Covid restrictions seating is limited, so please book your place by calling the Benefice Office on 01902 373160 and remember to wear a face covering.
If you would like to make a donation for Easter lilies in memory of a loved one please contact Trevor Elton on the number above.

WALK WITH US THROUGH HOLY WEEK

We invite you to go on a walking pilgrimage to St. Chad’s, Boningale

to see our Holy Week displays on the Wayside Pulpit steps outside the church.

There will be a different tableau each day from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday

telling the story of Christ’s journey to the Cross and His resurrection on Easter Day.

 

Holy Week Reflections

 

Join Rev Jess & Evelyn via zoom for a short series of reflections from 7.00 to 7.45 p.m each evening from Mon 29th March to Weds 31st March on the themes of “Dinner at Bethany”, “Bearing much fruit” and “Lord who is it?” For the zoom link email : revjessharper@gmail.com

Holy Week Services at St. Mary’s Albrighton

 You are most welcome at the following services from 

Thursday 1st April to Saturday 3rd April:

Maundy Thursday Eucharist  @ 7.30 p.m

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good friday  - seven last words @ 1.30 p.mhttps://i.ytimg.com/vi/vuXSlpQ_f14/maxresdefault.jpg

holy saturday - waiting in the silence @ 8p.m

 

cALL 01902 373160 to book your place & Remember to wear a face covering

 

4th April

Easter Sunday

Holy Communion

(Rev Jess Harper/RevMary Thomas)

 

11th April

No Service at St. Chad’s

18th April

Family Praise

(Worship Team)

 

25th April

No Service at St. Chad’s

 

2nd May

Holy Communion (Rev MaryThomas)

9th May

No Service at St. Chad’s

16th May

Morning Praise

( Rev Jess Harper)

23rd May

No Service at St. Chad’s

30th May

No Service at St. Chad’s













To begin with we will be having just two services a month in April and May leading to our usual three services plus a United Benefice service at St Mary’s on the third Sunday from June onwards. It is most important to book your place by

 calling 01902 373160.

It really will be wonderful to meet up with our church family once again.

Other News

Rev Jess and Evelyn are walking 11,000 steps a day during March to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. Here is the link to their Just Giving Page:

I'm taking on March the Month! (prostatecanceruk.org)

Our Annual Parochial Church Meeting will be held on Monday 17th May at 2.30 p.m in the church followed by refreshments. This is an opportunity to look at the church reports and accounts and ask questions to the PCC. Please let us know if you will be coming by calling 01902 373160.

Thank you to everyone who has been supporting St. Chad’s financially during the lock downs. It has been a very difficult 12 months for our church and we do appreciate those extra gifts you have been sending in. Donations can be sent to our treasurer, Mrs Evelyn Harper at 78A, High Street, Albrighton WV7 3JA

You can also give a one off donation by bank transfer to:

St. Chad’s Boningale  Sort Code: 30-10-12     Account No:   00450922

 

Parish News

Litter & Fly Tipping

There has been a lot of extra litter dropped during the lockdown, especially drink bottles and cans and fast food containers and it is VERY ANNOYING! as is the fly tipping that has been going on in various areas of the Parish. A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who has been collecting up the litter and reporting the fly tipping thereby helping to keep our beautiful village tidy.

 

A little rhyme I once saw in a beauty spot:

 

“Never let it be said, and said to your shame, that all was beauty here before you came.”