SECOND SUNDAY16 – 23 January 2022
Sunday Readings : Year C : : for the Divine OfficePsalter: II
PLEASE NOTE: It is now mandatory to wear a mask in church unless you are exempt. 
No Sunday School today. But the Children's Area with books and activities can be found in the south aisle. 
Automatic hand-gel dispensers are installed at the entrance to All  
Saints for added safety. Simply place your hands under them when you  
enter, no need to touch 
Thank you to everyone who helped with and attended the Children & Young People's Party on Saturday  
If you have an email address and are not receiving our updates, PLEASE 
give it to Ross or Fr Philip so that you can be kept in contact with what is  
going on. If you or family members are able please visit our website for  
prayer resources and also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Just 
search for All Saints Notting Hill. This way we can all keep in touch 
Please share news with others and have them get in touch 
If you wish to make a donation towards the continued mission of the church  
by standing order or bank transfer, please contact Fr Philip or Ross. 
You can also donate £5 to the work of All Saints Notting Hill by texting  
ASNH to 70085 (£5 donation plus one standard message rate). The money 
will be then transferred directly to the All Saints bank account 
Parish WhatsApp Group:If you would like to join the group, please  
WhatsApp Fr Philip on 07929 750054 
Monday 17 January10 am Mass at All Saints
S Anthony, Abbot1 pm Funeral of James Tocher at West London Crematorium
Tuesday 18 January10 am Mass at All Saints
 11 am Funeral of Michael Campbell at All Saints
Wednesday 19 January12.30 pm Mass at S Michael's
S Wulfstan, Bishop 
Thursday 20 JanuaryNo Mass
S Fabian, Pope & Martyr : S Sebastian, Martyr 
Friday 21 January9 am Mass at All Saints
S Agnes, Virgin & Martyr 
Saturday 22 January10 am Mass at S Michael's
S Vincent, Deacon & Martyr 
Sunday 23 December 9.30 am Mass at S Michael's
THIRD SUNDAY : Ordinary Time 10.30 am Morning Prayer at All Saints
 11am Mass at All Saints
 11.30 am Tagalog Mass at S Michael's
TODAY – The School of Faith begins. There will be a talk and  
discussion about our faith for 20 minutes after the 11am Mass on the first  
topic The Liturgical Year. This will continue on the Third Sunday of  
every month. If you have other topics to suggest, please speak to Fr Philip. 
Thursday 20 January – Churches Together in Kensington and Notting  
Hill's Annual Unity Service will take place at Kensington United  
Reform Church, Allen Street, W8 6BL, at 7 pm. Rev Christopher  
Rogers, Associate Vicar of S Mary Abbots, Kensington, will preach. 
Followed by refreshments. Everybody welcome 
Saturday 22 January – Eco Clothes Fair at All Saints (10 am – 6 pm).  
Clothing will be sold that will otherwise end up in the landfill. 
Saturday 22 January – First Communion Classes begins for any child  
aged 8 or over. If you have not already done so, please speak to Ross if you would like your 
child to attend. Please also speak to Ross or Fr Philip if you are interested in baptism  
or confirmation for you or someone you know. 
BIBLE ALIVE – This lovely magazine details the readings at Mass and  
offers prayers and reflections. It comes out on average each month. If you  
would like a copy at £3 or to know more, please speak to Sharon Fergus. 
BIBLE STUDY by Fr Philip at the Pepperpot Club (1A Thorpe Close,  
W10 5XL) every Thursday at 2 pm. Everyone welcome. 
STARTING FROM SCRATCH – In February we will begin a course for 
exploring the Christian Faith. This will be particularly aimed at those  
who want to know more about the Christian Faith and perhaps have not  
had the opportunity before. 
PRAYERS FOR HEALING – after Mass in the first Sunday of the month  
will restart in February. This is a good opportunity to think about the  
healing ministry of the church and how we can take part in it 
WALSINGHAM (22 – 25 July 2022) If anyone is interested in going on a weekend pilgrimage 
to this famous shrine, please speak to Ross. Early booking is essential. 
If you wish to donate to the Foodbank the bank details are as follows.  
The account is used for no other purpose: 
Account Name: PCC of All Saints with St Columb Notting Hill 
Account Number: 90115932; Sort Code: 40-11-58 
You can also support our Foodbank by taking part in our Reverse Advent Calendar: Collect an item to 
give to those in need each day in Advent (or as many as you are able). Details on poster in church porch. 
Please note: All Saints Foodbank is now monthly (generally the last  
Friday of the month). The next Foodbank will be Friday 28 January.  
The Foodbank run by WAND UK at S Michael's continues to serve on Tuesdays 
Current Rules on Social Distancing 
Introduction: Please follow the guidance of the stewards when you come 
for Mass or private prayer.  
1. On arrival in church, you must sanitise your hands (please note there  
is no holy water). 
2. Please sit only in spaces marked with a green dot, those in household  
bubbles may sit together in a pew but that means no one else can sit in that pew 
3. Once Mass or private prayer is finished, you are encouraged to leave church promptly  
following the one-way system 
4. If you wish to light a candle, please light one already in a stand using  
a candle already lit, this prevents the spread of germs 
5. There is a collection basket at the back of church for your offering 
ELECTROL ROLL : Is your name entered on our Roll of members with your contact details ? 
If you would like some Bible Notes on the regular weekday readings please speak to Sharon Fergus.  
They can be ordered on a monthly basis. 
If anyone has a small amount of time to undertake light gardening  
for a local cancer sufferer, please speak to Gladvin Allen. 

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