This Week

4 Jun 2021, 10 a.m.
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This week's highlights:

Sunday 6th June: Trinity 1

Pulham St Mary 8am Holy Communion SW
Dickleburgh 9.30am Holy Communion JA
Pulham Market 9.30am Holy Communion SW
Rushall 10am - 2pm Church open for prayer
Starston 11am BCP Holy Communion NS
Thelveton 11am Sunday Worship GH
Pulham Market 7pm Celebration - zoom only

Monday 7th June 8pm Compline - Ask Norman for details
Tuesday 8th June 2pm Guided Meditation Meeting ID: 901 745 1483 Passcode: 7HWk4r
7.30pm Pulham Market - Bible Study Contact Jaap Biersteker (01379 608539) for details
Thursday 10th June 7.30pm Deanery Synod (Zoom)
Friday 11th June 8pm Compline - Ask Norman for details

Next Sunday Sunday 13th Trinity 2
Dickleburgh 9.30am Morning Worship Warden led
Pulham Market 10am All Age Worship (zoom only)
Pulham St Mary 9.30am Matins TC
Rushall 11am Holy Communion SW
Starston 11am BCP Matins Warden led
Thelveton 11am BCP Matins GH

A Message from Norman: 

How can you change a life, was the question? The answer came, you take the gifts you have and share them and let God do the rest?

In this world we cannot all be the finest athlete, the cleverest scientist, the extraordinary businessman, the purist singer, the most believable actor or even the cleverest of surgeons to name but a few that we might like to have been, so that we could change the lives of people by having such gifts. I would like to share a story of a teacher a Physical Training Instructor at his retiring speech at his school’s assembly to mark the occasion. “I used to dream of being a great athlete, winning medals, being cheered on by thousands as I won world championships” he said “but when I woke up, I realised that I did not have the strength nor the lung capacity to do this but it did not matter, because for 40 years I have been able to help those more naturally gifted and I can say that I have been a part of many triumphs through my students. My advice to you all is if you cannot become a liner become a tug, for then you may give someone else a start”.

Let us learn to use the God given gifts that we have and offer them unsparingly, for the good of others and like our Teacher we will, through the grace of God change lives for the better.

As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace: 1 Peter 4 v10

With love and God’s blessing,

If anyone would like to have a chat with myself in my garden at the Rectory or on the phone, please do get in touch.