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Parish of Heston - St Leonard's Church, Heston

Connections

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Thanks to Chris Yorke for the Lent 2015 edition of connections, which can be downloaded here.

Summer '14 can be downloaded here
Christmas '13 can be downloaded here
Advent '13 can be downloaded here
Harvest '13 can be downloaded here
Easter '13 can be downloaded here.
Christmas '12 can be downloaded here
Advent '12 can be downloaded here.
Harvest '12 can be downloaded here.
Christmas '11 can be downloaded here.
Advent '11 edition can be downloaded here.
Harvest '11 edition can be downloaded here.
Easter '11 edition can be downloaded here.
Christmas '10 edition can be downloaded here.
Summer '10 edition can be downloaded here.
Spring '10 edition can be downloaded here.
Autumn '09 edition can be downloaded here.

If you would like to contribute to future editions please email the parish office or the webmaster. 

 

Fund Raising

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We are also hoping to have a Just Giving site soon where you'll be able to donate directly to the church.

Get Involved

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Proposed school in Norwood Green

If you would like to know more information and how you can help, then please look here...

http://www.stmarysnorwoodgreen.org.uk/proposedschool.htm

Church Grounds Maintenance

Every first Saturday of a month at 10:00 am for 2 hours. It will involve maintaining the Garden of Remembrance and the old churchyard, with a break for coffee and cake. Everyone is welcome!

St Leonard’s Bell Ringers

When the bells were first hung at Heston, it was a ring of 6, mounted on plain bearings in a wooden frame. In 1856, these bells were recast. In 1908, two trebles were added, to make it a ring of 8 and to complete the octave. At some time during the early 1930s, the wooden frame was replaced by a metal one and the plain bearings were replaced by ball bearings. No other major work was carried out on the bells themselves until 1986, when it was decided that a crack in one of the cannons on the Forth warranted the attention of a bell foundry. When the bells were re-hung, the Second was chosen in honour of the 1st/2nd Heston Scouts, who had raised a substantial amount of money for the bell restoration.

St Leonard’s Sunday School

St Leonard's has a thriving Sunday School and all children are welcome at 10 o'clock on a Sunday.

Newsletter

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Parish of St. Leonard, Heston.

21st June 2015

Trinity 3

 

What can we claim in the real difference between Christian and non-Christian life style.

It's not only that Christians have an inner joy based on peace with God, or that they know their sins are forgiven and that they are going to heaven. It's something even more than this: Love is the word which lies at the very centre of this difference. True Christian love is different to any love we find in the world around us. Why is this so? - simply because it knows absolutely no boundaries, or prejudice. The origin of this radical, all embracing love is the very teaching of the Lord himself. "Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you; pray for those who treat you spitefully ..." What a complete thunderbolt through the world values. It is surely the easiest thing in the world to love those who love us, those we feel safe with. Even non-Christians do that. We are in fact called to go much, much farther and to love even our enemies. No one has ever said it is easy ... But God appreciates and acknowledges all the efforts, no matter how small that we make to live in the way that he intended.

Rev. Tom Maidment  [First published 1992 ]

Contacts During Interregnum:

 Parish Office: (Weekdays 9.30 -12.30) 0208 570 2288

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Website: www.parishofheston.co.uk

Services for this week

 Thursday 25th             No Service Today

Sunday 28th              Holy Eucharist 8.00 am

Parish Eucharist 10.00 am

 

New Pew Cushions

You may have noticed that the new pew cushions have arrived.

 

Oak Processionary Moth

The oak trees by the Parish Office have an infestation of Oak Processionary Moth.  The caterpillars’ hairs are toxic and can cause a nasty rash or sometimes allergic reactions that can cause difficulty in breathing. Please do not touch any caterpillars and be mindful of any children around this area.

 

Christian Aid Week 2015.

The account will be closed on 28th June so anyone wishing to make a donation is asked to give your filled envelope to Dianne or Margaret by 28th June. Or drop the envelope in the Parish office.

 

Coach Trip To Stratford- Upon- Avon 4th July  (£10 per seat)

Leaving St Leonard’s 9.00 am and returning at 5.30 pm

Please sign up on the sheet at the back of Church.

 Table Top Sales and Open Church  9.00 am - 2.00 pm

Thank you to everyone who helped at the Table top Sale on 13th June

 

Next Sale        11th July                      Clothing plus raffle prizes.   

 

Please continue to bring in your donations and sign up on the Rotas at the back of church if you are able to help on the day by providing cover for the church, manning the table or doing refreshments or if you can make cakes etc to sell.

 Tuesday Social 14th July 2.00 pm

There will be a quiz and other entertainment. £2 includes refreshments. 

 Book, Stamp & Postcard Sale - 3rd - 4th August
We need at least one more volunteer to help Betty Richardson with the Tombola at the sale. We would also be grateful for any suitable donations for the stall.
Although we have a good stock of pre 1970 postcards we need new stock to encourage people to buy. If you or your friends have any postcards hidden away in drawers or cupboards we would appreciate your donations. Thank you.
Christine Harris

 Saturday Working Party postponed until further notice. However help in watering pots and beds would be appreciated.

 St Paul’s Cathedral Tickets

Would whoever borrowed the tickets from the Parish Office please return them as soon as possible.

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