During this years lent Course we will be studying:
St Benedict’s Toolbox: The Nuts & Bolts of
Everyday Benedictine Living
A fresh look at an ancient way to finding God
through the rhythm of daily life
The Lent course starts on Tuesday 19th March and will meet in the vicarage at 7:15pm.
All are welcome to participate.
If you wish to purchase the book to accompany the course, the revised edition by Jane Tomaine is available to order from Amazon.
SPECIAL SERVICES FOR LENT
The forty days of Lent are a holy time when we spritiually make the pilgrimage to the cross with Jesus, remembering his words “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me.” (Matt 16:24) The goal of Lent is to stay focused on the cross and come to personally understand Jesus’ supreme
sacifice of love
Ash Wednesday – 6th March
12:15pm: Said Mass with imposition of ashes
7:30pm: Sung Mass with imposition of ashes
First Sunday of Lent – 10th March
10:00am: Lenten Procession of Penance and Parish Mass
5:00pm: Service of Penance and Benediction
Fifth Sunday of Lent – 7th April
5:00pm: Lenten Evensong and Benediction
Every Wednesday in Lent
12:15am: Said Mass followed by Stations of the Cross
Every Tuesday in Lent from 19th March
7:15pm: Lent Course at the Vicarage
ST BENEDICT’S TOOLBOX
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We are obliged by Church of England rules to maintain an Electoral Roll, which is the register of all voting
church members. It qualifies those on the roll to attend and vote at our Annual Parochial Church Meeting (which this year takes place on Sunday 28 April). The Electoral Roll provides an indication of the true
membership of St Martin’s church.
The Electoral Roll is revised annually in advance of the APCM, and once every six years we renew it from scratch. This year we require EVERYONE to complete a new Electoral Roll application form. It must be
returned to St Martin’s church by Sunday 7 April at the latest.
Application forms are available from church, or you can download a copy here.
Security of your information: The completed forms are held
securely by the Electoral Roll Officer and the information used solely for Electoral Roll purposes. The Diocese only receives a
summary of the numbers; not individual names. Application forms from previous revisions of the Electoral Roll are shredded.
If you have any questions, or concerns about the Electoral Roll, please speak with the Electoral Roll Officer, David Webb.