Hazelwell Church

Hazelwell Weekly Contact 12th June 2022

11 Jun 2022 • Weekly Notices

Hazelwell Weekly Contact

Trinity Sunday12th June 2022

Hazelwell Communion Service

(See Order Of Service attached)

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This Sunday at 10.00am (and on Zoom) Led by Revd. Eliakim Ikechukwu

Please pray for

All who contributed to the festivities last weekend in celebration of the Queen’s platinum jubilee and those who wished to participate but whos were were unable to do so for any reason.

All those out of work and seeking employment

All who live with rifts in their family relationships, help them to find a route to reconciliation

Parish Update

Our Summer Fairis

fast approaching

Saturday July 2nd 10-1.30pm

This is a good time to time to search out items you may have to donate –

eg. Jewellery, bric-a-brac, books, bottles, children’s toys and maybe choose a recipe for a cake to donate to the cake stall.

  • If you are unable to join us in church for the service this week or the meeting which follows you are welcome to join us on Zoom at 10.00am - using the following invitation

You are invited to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: 10.00am Sunday Worship plus church Annual Meeting

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 542 944 0666

Passcode: 9cUGo6

B30 Foodbank (Updated 5th June)

Most urgently needed

Tinned tomatoes, pasta sauce, cereal (not greater than 500g), tinned fish (tuna, mackerel, sardines, salmon), tinned fruit in juice (not prunes or grapefruit); crisps; rice (500g), toilet roll, strong carrier bags
Low in stock

Tinned potatoes, tinned spaghetti, squash, long-life fruit juice, UHT semi-skimmed milk, dog/cat food, instant hot-chocolate (not cocoa powder), instant coffee (not decaffeinated), porridge (not greater than 500g), ready-made custard (tinned/carton); UHT whole milk, tinned rice pudding, tinned meat (ham, corned beef, pork sandwich, pulled pork, chicken), teabags (40’s or 80’s), jam/honey, biscuits, chocolate and snack bars, liquid/bar soap, laundry power/liquid (not family sized), gender neutral shower-gel, gender neutral shampoo, sugar (500g), toothpaste, single or duo wrapped toothbrushes

Well stocked

Pasta shapes, dry spaghetti, baked beans, tinned/packet vegetarian meals, tinned/packet soup, tinned vegetables, noodles, instant potato, nappies all sizes, baby food and baby care items, gender neutral roll-on deodorants, sanitary pads, baby wipes, washing-up liquid.

Not 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 bags or boxes of porridge and cereal, cocoa power, tampons, make up hair accessories, perfume or aftershave,

Reflection on Trinity

There is no end to the topics and things that we can now ‘Google’ on the internet. However, the Trinity is not one of them! No matter how hard we try, we will never fully understand this deep mystery. And although we can’t even begin to get hold of or grasp the fullness of the Trinity, our faith helps us in some small way to experience its power and presence in our lives. The Trinity is part of our Christian faith and tradition. It cannot be understood with the head, but it is a reality that we are called to experience and believe in through our prayer and our heart.

When we use the word ‘mystery’ to talk about the Trinity, we are not talking about a puzzle or a riddle that is to be solved. The Trinity is a mystery that is so deep and meaningful that its riches can never be exhausted. The Trinity is the unique relationship of creative love that exists between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Through the gift and grace of our baptism and confirmation we are personally invited to be part of this dynamic and life-giving union. As the first reading this Sunday tells us, ‘…. The love of God has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit which we have received.’

In moments of prayer and Christian living, we experience the love of the Trinity and we are transformed. This is a free gift that always comes from God. It is made real and visible through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit we are encouraged and strengthened to live our lives as followers of Jesus.

We are made in the image of likeness of a triune God who is not remote or distant, but God who became flesh and now lives amongst us. We are created in the image of God the Father who creates us, of Jesus the Son who saves us and the Holy Spirit who continues to strengthen us. As we celebrate this wonderful feast, we pray that each of us will continue to be blest in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Michael Moore OMI