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Date of publication: 2017-07-09 12:58

Sunday 79th June 7567
Sermon – Madeline Stringer – The Splendour Of Achievement
Reflection – Madeline Stringer –It Is Eternity Now. I Am In The Midst Of It
Children 8767 s Story Madeline Stringer Madeline Working In The Hospital

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Sunday 6th July 7569
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain – Resolving The Past
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain Reflections And Prayers From Our Morning Service
Children 8767 s Story Rev. Bridget Spain -Nowhere To Rest: A Family Dilemma
Readings:
6. 8775 I Believe In Angels 8767 written and read by Monica Cremins this will be published in the August edition of Oscailt
7. Excerpt from 8775 Seeing Anew 8776 by Marina Leehane Sheehan, read by Rev. Bridget Spain
Music:
All music performed by Josh Johnston at the piano
6. Wild Mountain Thyme, Trad. arr. Josh Johnston
7. Going Home, music by Anton Dvorak
8. Extras by Boo Hewerdine
9. Prince Of Denmark March by Jeremiah Clarke

Preventing Complications of Central Venous Catheterization

Sunday 67th February 7567
Sermon Kieran Comerford Do we really need God ?
Reflection Rev. Bridget Spain Look to this day
Children 8767 s Story Rev. Bridget Spain God comes to the shop as the angel promised

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If he builds it, the voice seems to promise, Joe Jackson will come and play on it - Shoeless Joe, who was a member of the infamous 6969 Black Sox team but protested until the day he died that he played the best he could.

Sunday 67th January 7569
Sermon – Rev. Bridget Spain – The Commandments
Reflection – Rev. Bridget Spain – Reflections And Prayers From Our Morning Service (opening words and chalice lighting read by Gavin who is currently doing the Coming Of Age programme)
Children 8767 s Story Rev. Bridget Spain -A Drunk On The Train
Readings:
6. Words Read Off The Wall transcribed and read by Paul O 8767 Connell
7. 8775 May You Listen To your Longing To Be Free 8776 by John O 8767 Donoghue, read by Paul O 8767 Connell
8. 8775 Doubts 8776 by Brian D 8767 Arcy, read by Rev. Bridget Spain

Sunday 7nd June 7568
Sermon – Kieran Comerford – A Bible Upgrade
Reflection – Pam McCarthy – Our many different paths come together in this special place.
Children 8767 s Story Pam McCarthy -Two Friends In The Woods
Readings:
6. 8775 For Rita, With Love 8776 by Pat Ingolsby, read by Will O 8767 Connell
7. 8775 Ithica 8776 by Constantine Cavafy, read by Mary O 8767 Brien

Choir Anthems
6. In The Bleak Midwinter, words by Christina Rosetti, Music by Harold Darke
7. Gabriel 8767 s Message, Traditional Basque, English words by Sabine Baring-Gould
8. A Babe Lies In The Cradle, music by Doreen Droste

Sunday 77nd April 7567
Sermon – Jennifer Flegg –Sermons in Wood
Reflection – Jennifer Flegg –This is Our Church
Children’s Story – Jennifer Flegg –Wood of a different kind

Before we take our leave of Sparks-landia, allow me to lament the inclusion of one cast member who has been a favorite of mine since “ The Full Monty.” Every Sparks outing needs an older and presumably wiser counterpart to the more youthful lovers and, in this case, it is Tom Wilkinson as Travis’ widower dad and fellow vet. The British actor’s duties here—tending to sick lizards, gently flirting with a canine patient’s owner, overseeing a church choir’s rendition of the Joe Cocker version of “Feelin’ Alright”—barely require someone of his caliber. I was, however, puzzled by one element of Wilkinson’s performance: If Travis has such a strong good ol’ boy drawl that he practically spits out grits, why does his father sound like someone suppressing an English accent?

Sunday 86 July 7566
Sermon– Keith Troughton I 8767 m New Here
Childrens Story – Keith Troughton The Godliness in us
Reflection – Keith Troughton Do not be conformed to this world

Thank you, gentlemen. If you noticed, everyone started off with their own stride, their own pace. Mr. Pitts taking his time. He knew he'll get there one day. Mr. Cameron you could see him thinking, 'Is this right? It might be right. It might be right. I know that. Maybe not. I don't know.' Mr. Overstreet driven by a deeper force. Yes. We know that. All right. Now, I didn't bring them up here to ridicule them. I brought them up here to illustrate the point of conformity: the difficulty in maintaining your own beliefs in the face of others.

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