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The Week Ahead:
Mon 19th March 9.00am Easter Cracked
  8.00pm -10.00pm Unhindered Worship
Tues 20th March 8.30am Prayer Meeting at The Rectory
  12 noon-1.15pm Community Lunch
  6.45pm Blaze
  7.30pm PCC Meeting
Wed 21st March 9.30 -12 noon Women’s Connect
  10.00am Holy Communion
  7.30pm Parenting Course
Thurs 22nd March 10.00am Ark Group for toddlers, parents and carers
Fri 23rd March 1.30pm Latin South Room
  6.00pm Hebrew South Room
  7.00pm Prayer meeting Tower Room
Sat 24th March 9.30am Greek lesson and New Testament Studies in The Centre
  10.30am Coffee Service Café Tower Room
Sunday 25th March       Palm Sunday
  8.00am Holy Communion (Prayer Book)
  9.30am                     Family Service
  11.00am Parish Communion
  1.00pm Benefice Lunch Nash
  3.00pm Hamilton House Service
  6.00pm Contemporary Service
Prayer Ministry:  Available at the 9.30am, 11.00am and 6.00pm services, in the Lady Chapel. At the 11.00am, please come after receiving Communion or later. Receiving prayer brings the Lord’s healing and wholeness.
Seder Meal: Maundy Thursday, 6.30pm at Church.  Speaker is Richard Harvey, an eminent messianic Jewish theologian. Please contact the Office to purchase your ticket, £8 per person.   The Office is open between 10am and noon every week day.  Call 01280 821509. We also need a few kitchen helpers for this meal.  If you can help (and get a free ticket!) please let the office know
Weekly Envelopes: The new boxes of envelopes are available for collection at the back of church. If anyone would like to start using these envelopes please contact Judith Bundock ( or 813887).
Bible Reading Fellowship:  Would you like to read the Bible in a more structured, and informed way? Do you need encouragement to read Scripture regularly?  Why not try the Bible Reading fellowship's daily notes series.  (£13.50 for an annual subscription). Speak to Jane Wardale (01280 814067, email for more information.
The Church Electoral Roll will be revised between Sunday 18th March and Sunday 1st April in readiness for the APCM.  If you would like your name to be added at the revision, please complete both sides of an application form and return it to the Church Office no later than Sunday 1st April. There is more information about the Electoral Roll in the porch.
Bikers and Petrol Heads:  Meeting at 7pm on the 3rd Friday of each month at The Centre, starting Friday 16th March. An opportunity to socialise, and talk cars & bikes, over a shared (free!) meal. All are welcome! Contact Alex Cooke:
Men's event: Tuesday March 20th. We are taking a group to hear the 'Machine Gun Preacher'. Contact Danny or Olly Holland for more info.
Christian Aid Lent Lunch: A simple soup lunch on 22nd March at 12noon - 1.30pm in the Salvation Army Hall with a presentation by Phil Evans from the Oxford Christian Aid office and a Traidcraft stall. All are welcome.
Good Friday refreshments: Could you help with serving refreshments  and hot cross buns at the Centre Verney Close after the Good Friday witness. Please let Rosie Hayes ( know if you could help, or know of someone who would help.
Real Easter Eggs This will be your last opportunity to order Easter Eggs.  Once the stock on the shelves has gone, it’s gone.
Bookstall:  There is a new selection of books on the bookstall, many suitable for Lent and Easter.  Some of the children’s books would make an ideal Easter gift for younger children.  Please have a look. 
Easter lilies If you wish to donate a lily in memory of a family or friend please add your name to the list at the back of church by Thursday 29th March. Blooms cost £1 each. Hand in your donation to Valerie or myself. or leave an envelope marked 'Easter Lilies' for me to collect from the office. Many Thanks. Liz Mayston 01280 816843
Donations to Traidcraft Exchange from the Big Brew amounted to £156.67, which will be doubled by UK aid. This means that Traidcraft Exchange will receive £353.34 to help ‘hidden entrepreneurs’ attend training courses to improve their business skills, learn how to reach new markets, invest in new tools and equipment or lobby for fairer contracts and better working conditions.  Sales of Traidcraft produce amounted to £765.09.  Thank you to all who supported us!
Organ Recital at SSPP by International Concert Organist: Richard Pearce, also who performs with the Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Last Night of the Proms. Do join us! Saturday 28th April 2018, 7.30pm £10 (Under 18s Free).  Tickets on the door.
Accommodation needed: A one or two bedroom property to rent, in Buckingham, with good storage space. Please email Emma.
Rector: Rev Will Pearson-Gee: (830221)
Curate: Rev Danny Rodgers: (07814 243193)
Pastoral Care Worker: Jo Ash:
Worship Leader:  Tim King:
Youth Pastor:  Emma King:
Families Worker: Jo Brice:
Children’s Pastor: Tom Brice:
Prayer Chain: If you need or know of someone who needs prayer, please call Gill Croxton who heads up the Prayer Chain (815100)
Stewardship Co-ordinator:  Judith Bundock (813887)
Safeguarding team: Jane Wardale and Denise Evans:
Connect Group Co ordinator: Rev Michael Greig (309025)
Organist & Choirmaster: Robert Tucker (847154)
Full service information:
Duty Churchwarden 18th – 19th March Pam Fox (01280 812511)
                                      20th -24th March Paddy Collins (823006)            
Parish Office Mon – Fri, 10am – 12pm (821509)
Notice sheet items to Sarah North by email to by 6pm on Wednesday.