Hazelwell Church

Hazelwell Contact 22nd November 2020

19 Nov 2020 • Weekly Notices

Hazelwell Weekly Contact 22nd November 2020

Kings Norton Canal

Due to the current Lockdown there will be NO service in church for the next weeks

Prayers are requested for

Moira and her family

All who are undergoing or awaiting treatment for cancer

All who continue to work towards the development and distribution of

a vaccine for Covid 19

Parish update

23 members of the congregation again joined us on Zoom for last Sunday’s Zoom service led by Yvonne Swain.

Moira has submitted a further sick note covering the next 2 months.

The arch Deacon Revd Canon Jenny Tomlinson has offered to take a communion service on Christmas day

Sunday Worship resources

There are broadcast Sunday services each week on radio & television as follows:-

Radio 4. 8.10am. Sunday Worship

BBC 1 1.15 pm. Songs of Praise

Val Harris (Lay reader from Wythall will lead this week’s Hazelwell service on Zoom.

Find order of service attached.

Please use the link below which applies to this Sunday and to subsequent weeks

You are invited to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Hazelwell Sunday Worship

Time: Nov 22, 2020 10:00 am London

Join Zoom Meeting

Topic: Hazelwell Sunday Worship

Time: Nov 22, 2020 10:00 am London


Meeting ID: 834 7442 9742

Passcode: 371183

Meeting ID: 834 7442 9742

Passcode: 371183

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/keH0CgHa0Q

B30 Foodbank – w/e NOVEMBER 14th 2020

Last week On Tuesday we fed 45 people, 25 adults and 20 children on 18 vouchers
On Friday we fed 81 people, 44 adults and 37children on 31 vouchers
we used 935 kilograms of food and received in donations 2147kgs

Urgently neededInstant coffee, Instant hot chocolate, Instant potatoes, Tinned potatoes, Squash Long life Fruit Juice
Gender neutral roll-on deodorants, Toilet rolls
NeededMeat (ham, corned beef, pork slices, meat chunks) Tinned fruit in juice Tinned or carton custard
Tinned rice pudding Tinned tomatoes Tea Tinned spaghetti, Tinned macaroni cheese, Jam/honey/peanut butter, 1st stage infant milk (Cow and Gate) Biscuits, UHT whole milk (blue) Tinned veg (carrots, peas, sweet corn), Rice, Pasta sauce, Laundry liquid, Washing up liquid, Shampoo, Cereal, porridge, Shower gel, Single soap bars ,Single pack tooth brushes (not multi-packs), Toothpaste Disposable razors,
Not needed

Baby food, Non-diary milk gluten free products Baked beans, Dry pasta, Instant noodles/pasta, Tinned fish, Soup, Meat products (spag Bol, sausages in beans, meat balls), UHT milk (green/red),Christmas puddings, Mince pies, Stollen or Christmas cake, Advent calendars Carrier bags, Pet food, Non-essential or gender specific toiletries or beauty products, Sugar, Snack bars, Crisps, Fresh food, Nappies, Baby wipes, Face wipes, Toilet wipes. Sanitary wear,

Warehousing: B30 Foodbank Warehouse, is at 17 Castle Rd, Kings Norton Business Park, B30 3HZ. 2.00-4.00 on Tuesday and Friday.B30 Foodbank, The Cotteridge Church, 24 Pershore Road South.

info@b30foodbank.org.uk 07582 143972

Foodbank App. The app is updated weekly. Go to your app provider and download Foodbank Redemption Media and then open B30

B30 Foodbank is part of the Trussell Trust’s UK-wide foodbank network

Reflection on the Parable of the Sheep and the Goats (Matthew 25:31-40)

We are called to solidarity and service

Our Lord said that he came to this earth not to be served but to serve. He is the perfect King, a King who loves his subjects so deeply and truly that he serves them. We, who are baptized into his kingship, exercise it when we love as he loved, when we serve as he served. Our Lord returned to Heaven where now he is served, both in our worship and in our service to one another. Christ tells us plainly that when we serve one another, especially the suffering, the poor, and the neglected, we are serving him.

These works of love call us to solidarity, they challenge us to recognize Christ in one another, where we might least expect to find him. In its final document, the Second Vatican Council stated that, because God took on human flesh in the Incarnation, Jesus Christ united himself in some way to every single human being, simply because they’re human. In our Lord’s solidarity with our human nature, we find the source of all human solidarity. Jeffrey Pinyan