10 Mar 2022 • Weekly Notices
Hazelwell Weekly Contact
13th March 2022
In Church at 10.00am (and on Zoom)
Led by Area Dean Revd. Phelim O’Hare
Prayers are requested for the people of Ukraine
People throughout the world currently displaced, fleeing aggression and/ or separated from their loved ones
Val Harris as she recovers from her surgery on Tuesday
Join us This week in church or on Zoom (see link below)
Rev Phelim O'Hare will lead our service in church and on Zoom at 10.00am this Sunday
All Welcome - use link below
Topic: 10.00am Hazelwell Sunday Worship
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 542 944 0666
B30 Foodbank (updated 6th March)
Tinned potatoes, rice, long life fruit juice, instant coffee (not decaffeinated), teabags (40’s or 80’s), sugar 500g (not larger), crisps, gender neutral shampoo, toothpaste, toilet rolls, dog/cat food, strong carrier bags.Low in stock
Tinned fruit in juice (not prunes or grapefruit), cereal (not greater than 500g), squash, UHT semi-skimmed milk, UHT whole milk, tinned rice pudding, jam/honey, ready-made custard (tinned or carton - not powder), tinned spaghetti, chocolate and snack bars, liquid/bar soap, laundry power/liquid (not family sized).
Pasta shapes, dry spaghetti, baked beans, tinned/packet vegetarian meals, tinned tomatoes, tinned fish, pasta sauce, tinned meat (ham, corned beef, pork sandwich, pulled pork, chicken), instant hot chocolate (not cocoa powder), tinned/packet soup, tinned vegetables, biscuits, porridge, noodles, instant potato, nappies all sizes, baby food and baby care items, gender neutral shower gel, roll-on deodorants, sanitary pads, baby wipes, washing-up liquid, single or duo wrapped toothbrushesNot needed at all
Decaffeinated drinks or fruit infusions, bottled water, large bottles of lemonade or coke, any food or toiletries containing alcohol, cooking ingredient or sauces, tinned macaroni cheese, fresh products (including vegetable, meat, eggs and bread), non-dairy items, gluten-free items, coffee beans, loose tea, large boxes of teabags (120’s or more), very large large bags or boxes of porridge and cereal, cocoa power, tampons, make up hair accessories, perfume or aftershave, Christmas items
Reflection on Luke 13 v31-35
In today’s reading from Luke’s gospel, Jesus is addressing the people of the city of God.
[img align="left" hspace="12" data-inlineimagemanipulating="true" data-id="1646942969353" style="width: 323px; max-width: 0px;"> “Jerusalem, Jerusalem! Your people have killed the prophets and stoned the messengers who were sent to you. I have often wanted to gather your people, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings. But you wouldn’t let me. Now your temple will be deserted. You won’t see me again until the time when you say. “Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord.” (Luke 13 v34-35).
Jesus and Luke want us to understand that God loves us, and wants to gather us to him, if we will let him. The challenge that Jesus issued to the people of Jerusalem is the same for us today. Are we willing to let God into our lives, do we want a closer relationship with God?
Perhaps we need to listen to the psalmist from today’s lectionary reading, “Trust the Lord! Be brave and strong and trust the Lord.” (Psalm 27 v14)