The next St Alban’s Players production will be The Snow Queen.

26-28th November,  7.30pm

Also Saturday 28th November, 3.30pm

£7.50 (£4.50 for children)

SA PLAYERS—their next production is The Snow Queen, and
will be on 26th-28th November at 7.30pm, matinee 28th Nov. at
3.30pm @ St Alban’s Church Hall. Box Office—9624789,
£7.50/£4.50 (children).
We Pray for……
Sheila Ahluwalia, Gerry Chambers, David Cohen, Brian Daniels, Iris and
Eric Davey, Lindsey Deaves, Imogene Guest, John Haigh, Joan Hase,
Hilda Howell, Sam Lloyd, Margaret Ostler, Fletcher Penney, Alan
Skidmore, Ruth Sinton, Jayne Toogood, Douglas Turner.
Pray for Jemima Mason and her family and friends as they prepare for her
baptism next week.
Pray for Lou Talbot now working in Uganda.
In the Church and the World beyond:
 Christians in the Middle East—Israel/Palestine
 Remember those facing persecution for their faith and pray they will
have the strength to deal with whatever they have to face.
 In Churches Together in Westbury Area & the Parish
 St Alban’s & Westbury Park United Parish—Revds. Emma Langley and
Mike James
 Cambridge Park
 Give Thanks for:
 The Prison chaplains and all those who work in prisons.
 Those organisations who support the persecuted church—Open Doors
and the Barnabas Fund.
Westbury Park Parish Book Club
Meets again on Friday November
20th at 27 St Alban’s Road at
8.00pm.
“Etty Hillesum a life
transformed” by
Patrick Woodhouse,
Canon Precentor of
Wells Cathedral.
The book explores the life of a Dutch
Jewish student living in enemyoccupied
Amsterdam and how this
shapes her spirituality.
AFFIRMING CATHOLICISM
‘MADE IN THE IMAGE OF GOD’ –
Reflections on Human Dignity from
a Children’s Hospice.
Guest Speaker: Fr Mark Birch,
Chaplain of Helen House, Oxford
Thursday 19 November
St Alban’s Church
7.30 pm Mass – Requiem for Fr
John Bradley
8.00 pm Fr Mark Birch
ALL WELCOME
Further details from: Liz Badman
– liz.badman@btinternet.com

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