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«June 2013 Saint Barnabas the Apostle Grant, O God, that we may follow the example of your faithful servant Barnabas, who, seeking not his own renown ...»

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Benefice Magazine

Burrill Mission Church,

St Mary the Virgin Thornton Watlass,

St John the Baptist Leeming and St Gregory’s Bedale.

June 2013

Saint Barnabas the Apostle

Grant, O God, that we may follow the example of your faithful servant Barnabas,

who, seeking not his own renown but the wellbeing of your Church,

gave generously of his life and substance for the relief of the poor

and the spread of the Gospel

through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you

and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

This magazine is kindly printed and collated by Bedale High School

ONE SPIRIT

As I write this, Pentecost is hard upon us once again and perhaps we are a little sceptical about the might of the rushing wind, or maybe we harbour a secret guilt that those living tongues of flame seem to have burned upon us with a lesser intensity. And by the time you read this, Trinity Sunday will be urging us once more not to neglect the third (or is it the first?) member of the mysterious Godhead.

There can be little doubt, as we are constantly reminded, that an interest in things spiritual is widespread. That many who would not consider themselves religious have a yearning (often ill-defined) for something beyond themselves. Yet so often their seeking runs in unhealthy channels, fed by a diet of sensational and usually horrific paranormal, on both small and large screen and who knows where on the web. And it becomes all too easy to be led astray by self- styled gurus.

The existence of a spirit world is far more widely acknowledged than understood, for what is spiritual is necessarily hazily defined: we are dealing with matters beyond the narrow limits of our finite human comprehension. Nevertheless, however much it may be reflected in a glass darkly, Christians should at least have a conception of the spiritual that is positive. We are told that God is Spirit, and I find that is a good starting-point for considering our own nature. Daniel's Grandad God of white raiment and pure-wool locks, who in Revelation seems to reappear as the Second Person, is surely God made in our image. But if God is Spirit and we become united with him in our purified existence, here is a way in which we can begin to see how we may indeed be created in his image.

However, we can't stop there - it's not so simple! I have always been intrigued by the Jewish concept of our complex make-up as an individual whole, the notion conveyed by the Hebrew word nephesh. I just don't believe that somewhere in my prison of clay is an immortal soul only wanting to get out. Like the Resurrection body, in whatever mysterious way, ours will be a real body, as St. Paul insists, and as those two Disciples sotantalisingly experienced on the road to Emmaus. Well might we exclaim with Hamlet (but without his cynicism) "What a piece of work" is a human-being! Body and soul, heart and mind, brain, thought, emotion.....nephesh!

And Spirit! As I ponder the gift that is ours, I become aware of the need to seek its meaning on different levels: to be conscious of a whole universe filled with its energy, of the divine Word, the incarnate Christ, the Spirit that moved on the face of the primal deep, the Spirit that searches all things, even the depths of God; conscious of the Spirit that is active wherever the good gifts are discerned, regardless of faith or creed; conscious of the Spirit that sustains little me - the life of God in every breath I take. Pentecost, moment by moment!

Spirit of the living God, Fall afresh on me.

Robin Brown.

FROM THE EDITORS

Blimey, how time flies. It doesn’t seem two minutes since Lynne and I volunteered to produce the benefice magazine and already we are up to issue 6, with many teething problems along the way but none that have proved insurmountable. We only have one parishioner profile in the bank for July and then that’s it unless someone out there sends us something about themselves. It amazes us that there is so much voluntary work done in the benefice to raise funds to keep the churches going. We would like to draw your attention to the midsummer hog roast which needs everyone’s support or the event may not be able to take place. A very happy Fathers Day to you all on Sunday June 16 and a special thank you to all our armed forces as we celebrate Armed Forces Day on Saturday June 29.

Martyn and Lynne Coombs

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PARISHIONER PROFILE

Let us have your ‘story’ of about one side of A4 as soon as possible and it will appear in a future magazine. To make it easier, we would like submissions to include; Personal details where you were born, marriage, family. Education – school, college, university, qualifications, Occupation – the jobs you have had (best and worst), current career. Interests/hobbies and clubs and societies and anything else of interest.

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Why peck with the hens when you can fly with the eagles (Mark Foster – swimmer)

JUNE SERVICES IN THE BENEFICE

Week beginning Sunday 2nd June 2013 AISKEW Catholic Church. – Mass at St Mary and St Joseph’s is at 11.15am on Sunday and at 10am on Tuesday and Friday.

Methodist Church. – Mrs Pat Ashford will lead the worship at 10.30am on Sunday.

BEDALE Methodist Church. – There will be a coffee morning with bacon sandwiches at Wycar chapel between 10-noon on Saturday and worship on Sunday at 10.30am, BAMfest will be involved in the service.

St Gregory's Church. – there will be an early book of common prayer service of holy communion on Sunday at 8am with the Rev Adrian Gattrill. The Rev Robin Brown will lead the

9.30am parish communion at 9.30am. The epistle will be read by David Bode and the gospel will be read by Philip Witty. The service will be followed by refreshments in the Chantry Hall. The Rev Robin Brown will also conduct the compline service at 6.30pm. Holy Communion is also celebrated at 8.30am on Monday with the Rev Adrian Gattrill and at 10am on Thursday with the Rev Derek Dalton.

Christian Fellowship. – There will be a Gospel service in the Chantry Hall on Sunday between 3-4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

LEEMING VILLAGE.

St John the Baptist Church. – This Sunday the parish communion will be at 11am with the Rev Adrian Gattrill.

Methodist Church. - The sacrament will be delivered by Rev Dr. Pat Malham at 2.30pm.

THORNTON WATLASS

St Mary’s Church – On Sunday, the morning prayer service will be at 10.30am with Sandra Lowe and Dave Collingwood.

Brass cleaning. – The brass cleaning and flower arranging this week will be Mrs Hibbert Foy, Mrs A Jardin and Mrs N Peacock.

Week beginning Sunday 9th June 2013 AISKEW Catholic Church. – Mass at St Mary and St Joseph’s is at 11.15am on Sunday and at 10am on Tuesday and Friday.

Methodist Church. – Worship and children’s Sunday school is at 10.30am led by Joan Bailey.

BEDALE Anniversary service. – There will be a coffee morning with bacon sandwiches at the Wycar chapel between 10-noon on Saturday. Later that day, the chapel will be celebrating the anniversary at 7.30pm with a concert by the KVU Singers. Tickets cost £5 from 01677

422992. On Sunday, the Rev David Wood will deliver the sacrament 10.30am.

Methodist Church. –and worship on Sunday is a chapel anniversary service at 10.30am led by the Rev David Wood.

St Gregory's Church. – The Rev Ruth Wigram will conduct the 9.30am parish communion on Sunday. The epistle will be read by Joyce McDermid and the gospel will be read by Georgie Kew. The service will be followed by refreshments in the Chantry Hall. Evensong and healing at 6.30pm will be taken by Dave Collingwood with Margaret Hirst preaching. Holy Communion is also celebrated at 8.30am on Monday with the Rev Canon Richard Kingsbury and at 10am on Thursday with the Rev Geoffrey Sowerby.

Christian Fellowship. – There will be a Gospel service in the Chantry Hall on Sunday between 3-4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

LEEMING VILLAGE.

St John the Baptist Church. – There is no service in Church on Sunday but the parish communion is at St Gregory’s at 9.30am.

Methodist Church. - The service on Sunday is at 10.30am led by Molly Locke.

THORNTON WATLASS

Coffee morning. – There will be a coffee morning between 10am-12 noon on Saturday in the Chantry hall in aid of the Foxglove Covert Nature Reserve.

St Mary’s Church – On Sunday, the parish communion will be at 10.30am with the Rev Laura Wilford. The readers will be Mrs J Gabriel and Mr C Carruthers and the offertory will be Mr and Mrs H Storm.

Brass cleaning. – The brass cleaning and flower arranging this week will be Mrs J Gabriel and Mrs B Croser.

WI. – There will be a WI trip to Dunham Massey on Wednesday and on Thursday at 7.30pm, Simon Duffin will speak about ‘Tea and Coffee East of the Mississippi’ in the village hall.

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BEDALE Methodist Church. – There will be a coffee morning with bacon sandwiches at Wycar chapel between 10-noon on Saturday and worship on Sunday at 10.30am with Robin Brown.

St Gregory's Church. – The parish communion and healing will be taken by the Rev Derek Dalton at 9.30am on Sunday. The epistle will be read by Richard Kingsbury and the gospel will be read by Matthew Witty. The service will be followed by refreshments in the Chantry Hall.

Dave Collingwood will lead the evensong service at 6.30pm with Margaret Hirst preaching.

Holy Communion is also celebrated at 8.30am on Monday with the Rev Robin Brown and at 10am on Thursday with the Venerable Rev Norman McDermid.

Christian Fellowship. – There will be a Gospel service in the Chantry Hall on Sunday between 3-4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Wythit WI. – The Bedale branch meet on Sunday between 7-9pm upstairs in the Old Black Swan. This week the group will be having a make-up masterclass. For more information, visit the website www.withitwibedale.co.uk or contact Beverley on 07933 687460. New members are always welcome and a £3.50 guest fee applies.

LEEMING VILLAGE.

St John the Baptist Church. – This Sunday the service of morning prayer will be at 11am with Margaret Hirst.

Methodist Church. - Worship on Sunday is at 10.30am with the Rev Richardson Henderson presiding.

THORNTON WATLASS

St Mary’s Church – On Sunday, the parish communion will be held in Church at 10.30am. The readers will be Mrs J Dalby and the Rev A Woodhouse and the offertory will be Mrs A Jardin and Mrs N Peacock.

Brass cleaning. – The brass cleaning and flower arranging this week will be Mrs J Gabriel and Mrs B Croser.

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You can’t change the past but you can change the future (Phil Geodluck – bobsleigh) Week beginning Sunday 23rd June 2013 AISKEW Catholic Church. – Mass at St Mary and St Joseph’s is at 11.15am on Sunday and at 10am on Tuesday and Friday.

Methodist Church. – Worship and children’s Sunday school is at 10.30am with Lister Baynes presiding over the café-style service.

BEDALE Methodist Church. – There will be a coffee morning with bacon sandwiches at Wycar chapel between 10-noon on Saturday and worship on Sunday is at 10.30am led by Tim Locke.

St Gregory's Church. – The Rev Andrew Woodhouse will conduct the marriage between Martin Mildenhall and Kate Inglis at 2pm on Saturday. On Sunday, there will be a 9am service of holy communion at Burrill Mission Church with the Rev Derek Dalton and the 9.30am parish communion will be taken by the Rev Ruth Wigram. The epistle will be read by Hazel Christelow and the gospel will be read by Robert Dunning. The service will be followed by refreshments in the Chantry Hall. There will also be an ACE family service in Church at 11am taken by the team. Holy Communion is also celebrated at 8.30am on Monday with the Rev Geoffrey Sowerby and at 10am on Thursday with the Rev Derek Dalton.

Christian Fellowship. – There will be a Gospel service in the Chantry Hall on Sunday between 3-4.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Songs of Praise. – There will be a Songs of Praise on Sunday with the Bedale Brass Band in The Millings at 2.30pm promoted by the Bedale Churches Together.

BURRILL Mission Church. – There will be a service of holy communion in Church at 9am on Sunday with the Rev Derek Dalton. The altar flowers, coffee and cleaning rota this week is Mrs E Averis and Mrs G Kew.

LEEMING VILLAGE.

St John the Baptist Church. – There is no service in Church this Sunday but holy communion will be at 9.30am at St Gregory’s followed by an ACE family service at 11am.

Methodist Church. - The service on Sunday is at 10.30am led by Mrs Heather Garbutt.

THORNTON WATLASS

St Mary’s Church – On Saturday, the Rev Adrian Gattrill will conduct the marriage ceremony between Edward Page and Chloe Reynard at 3pm. On Sunday, the parish communion will be held at 10.30am with the Rev Raymond McKnight. The readers will be Mrs N Tallentire and Miss M Mortimer and the offertory will be Mr and Mrs Broadwith.

Brass cleaning. – The brass cleaning and flower arranging this week will be Mrs J Peacock and Mrs A Percival.



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