Weekly Notices for Sunday 23 April 2017

The Parish Church of  St Giles, Wrexham   

A Visible and Active Christian Witness at the Heart of Wrexham

Monday 24th

8.30am Ministry Team Prayers and Meeting

10.45am Management Team

Tuesday 25th

9.30am    Grounds Team

10.00am Diocesan Group

1.00pm   Memory Café

7.00pm   Bells

Wednesday 26th

10.00am Babes in the Pew;

2.00pm   Funeral: Gwendoline Mary Dean

5.15pm   Holy Eucharist

6.00pm Weddings Office

Thursday 27th 

11.00am Holy Eucharist

12.00pm Lunch Club

2.00pm  Funeral: Diane Dexter

Friday 28th

10.30am Funeral: Blodwen Guest

Saturday 29th

11.00am Tower Climb

11.30am Hospital Nurses Service

12.00pm Tower Climb

12-3pm   Assiette de Dessert


You are reminded that our Annual General Meeting tales place NEXT SUNDAY after the 11am service. Please arrange to stay for this if you possibly can.


Once again we thank everyone who has contributed to the splendid arrangements of Easter flowers, further beautifying St Giles’ for this great festival. Special thanks to the Flower Team whose work throughout the year is very much appreciated.

ASSIETTE DE DESSERTS  On Saturday you can enjoy 3 different desserts for £5 – don’t miss this piece of indulgence, available between 123pm!  Please see Stella if you can offer your own dessert for this prestigious occasion.

100 CLUB SUBSCRIPTIONS are due in May. The envelopes and the 2016 Annual Summary are at the back of the Church. Thanks to everyone for their support – new members are welcome.

MENS’S SOCIETY  The next meeting will be on Tuesday 2nd May at 7pm in the South Aisle. The speaker will be George Greenshields, whose subject will be Chariott’s.  Members are reminded that subscriptions are now due.

100 CLUB MARCH WINNERS 1st   Mrs M Monk [amended]         2nd Mrs A Wooster           3rd Miss D Tantrum

SUPPORTING ST GILES’:  We are grateful for all gifts. To give a one-off gift: https://my.give.net/20192827/Donate/GiftDetails.     Or a monthly gift here: https://www.give.net/20192827/regular


All baptised Christians are welcome to receive communion with us, or you may come to receive a blessing.


8.00am       Said Holy Eucharist

9.30am       All Age Worship

11.00am      Sung Holy Eucharist


73         Ye Choirs of new Jerusalem

92         Come thou Holy Spirit, come

Organ: from Sonata No.4 in B flat (Mendelsohn)

271       Bread of Heaven

79         Christ the Lord is risen again (OMIT*)

Organ:   An Easter Alleluia (Slater)


Almighty Father, you have given your only Son to die for our sins and to rise again for our justification: grant us so to put away the leaven of malice and wickedness that we may always serve you in pureness of living and truth; through the merits of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.

First Reading  Acts 2: 14a, 22-32

Psalm 16

1: Preserve / me O / God:     for in / thee · have I / put my / trust. 2 I have said unto the Lord / ‘Thou · art my / God:  I have no / good a‑ /part from / thee.’ 3 All my delight is upon the godly that are / in the / land:  and upon / such · as ex‑ / cel in / virtue. 4 But as for them that turn back to / other / gods:  their / sorrows / shall be / multiplied. 5 Their drink‑offerings of blood will / I not / offer:  neither make mention of their / names up‑/on my / lips. 6 The Lord himself is the portion of mine inheritance / and          my / cup:  thou / dost main‑/tain my / lot. 7 The lines have fallen for me in / pleasant / places yea I / have a / goodly / heritage. 8 I will thank the Lord for / giving · me / counsel:   my heart also / teacheth · me / in the / night‑season. 9 I have set God / always · be‑/fore me:  he is on my right hand, / therefore · I / shall not / fall. 10 Wherefore my heart is glad and my / soul re‑ /joiceth:  my flesh / also ·  shall / rest in / safety. 11 For thou shalt not deliver me into the / power of / death:   neither shalt thou suffer thy / holy one ·  to / see the / pit. 12 Thou shalt shew me the path of life; * in thy presence is  the / fulness ·  of / joy:

Second Reading 1 Peter 1: 3-9 Gospel  John 20: 19-31


8.00am Said Holy Eucharist

11.00am Sung Holy Eucharist (followed by Easter Vestry)

Readings: Acts 2: 14a, 36-41  1 Peter 1: 17-23  Luke24: 13-35

Paul Wynn