Church of England Diocese of Norwich Dickleburgh with Langmere and Shimpling

This Week

30 Jul 2021, 10 a.m.
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This week's highlights:

Services This week:

Friday 30th July: 7.30pm Dickleburgh Ringing Practice. Contact tower captain 01379 740042

Sunday 1st August
0800 Holy Communion - Pulham St Mary
0930 Holy Communion - Dickleburgh
0930 Holy Communion - Pulham Market
1000-1400 Church open for private prayer- Rushall
1100 BCP Holy Communion -Starston
1100 Sunday Worship - Thelveton
1900 Celebration - Pulham Market - ZOOM ONLY
Monday 2nd August
2000 Compline - Zoom Only - Ask Norman for details
Tuesday 3rd August: 1400 Guided Meditation Meeting ID: 901 745 1483 Passcode: 7HWk4r
1930 Pulham Market - Bible Study Contact Jaap Biersteker (01379 608539) for details
Wednesday 4th August: 0900 Morning Prayer at Thelveton
Friday 6th August: 2000 Compline - Zoom Only Please ask Norman for details
Sunday 8th August
0930 Morning Worship - Dickleburgh
0930 Matins - Pulham St Mary
1000 All Age Worship (zoom only) - Pulham Market
1100 Holy Communion - Rushall
1100 BCP Matins - Starston
11am BCP Matins - Thelveton

Events this week

Sunday 1st August: 7pm Celebration via Zoom. Contact Verona

Monday 2nd August: 7.30pm Dickleburgh PCC meeting in the Church Rooms

Tuesday 3rd August: 7.30pm Bible study Jeremiah 1 Tony/Jo Contact Jaap Biersteker (01379 608539) for details

Thursday 5th August: 6.45pm Choir practice at Dickleburgh

Friday 6th August: 7.30pm Ringing Practice at Dickleburgh (contact 01379 740042 for details);

Friday 6th August: Marriage of Harry Cornish and Rachel Cooper at Pulham Market Church

Thought for the week

This week the Church has remembered Saint Ignatius of Loyola who was a soldier, priest, and co-founder of the Society of Jesus. His spiritual exercise and numerous sayings have given much inspiration to many in the past and also in our contemporary society.
One of his quotes is: “Go forth and set the world on fire.”
This quote (specifically, its Latin equivalent, “ite, infammate omnia”) was supposedly how St. Ignatius ended his letters to the Jesuits. He didn’t mean it literally, of course, but rather figuratively, urging Jesuits to spread the Word of God wholeheartedly and with passion and zeal. We can go forth and set the world on fire, too. Is there something you are good at or love to do so much that you can lose yourself doing it all day? Whatever your gift—be it singing, cooking, crafts, volunteering, or taking care of people—do it happily and with all your heart. You just might inspire others to do the same.