ST GILES FARNBOROUGH - SERVICE TIMES


Below are services at St. Giles Farnborough. Variations from the norm are in Red.

Our 10:00am services on Sundays are especially suited to families with children.
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22nd Oct.

19th Sunday after Trinity

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
10:00am Family Communion The Revd. Matthew Hughes
11:15am Mattins - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
6:30pm Evensong - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
Susan Midha - Reader
     

29th Oct.

Last Sunday after Trinity

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Bill Mullenger
10:00am Morning Praise The Revd. Matthew Hughes
The Revd. Bill Mullenger
11:15am Mattins for All Souls The Revd. Matthew Hughes
Chris Hallett - Reader
6:30pm Evensong for All Souls The Revd. Matthew Hughes
Susan Midha - Reader
     

5th Nov.

Fourth Sunday before Advent

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
10:00am Family Communion
(All Age Worship next week for Remembrance Sunday)
The Revd. Matthew Hughes
11:15am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
6:30pm Evensong - Common Worship The Revd. Matthew Hughes
     

12th Nov.

Remembrance Sunday

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
10:00am All Age Worship / Parade The Revd. Matthew Hughes
10:45am Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial
11:15am Annual Service of Remembrance The Revd. Matthew Hughes
6:30pm Festival of Remembrance, with
talk by Lynda Caselton, see panel
The Revd. Matthew Hughes
     

19th Nov.

Second Sunday before Advent

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Stephen Broadie
10:00am Morning Praise Chris Hallett - Reader
11:15am Mattins - 1662 Chris Hallett - Reader
6:30pm Holy Communion - Order 1 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
     

26th Nov.

Christ the King

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Bill Mullenger
10:00am Family Communion The Revd. Matthew Hughes
The Revd. Bill Mullenger
11:15am Mattins - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
Susan Midha - Reader
6:30pm Evensong 1662 Susan Midha - Reader
     

3rd Dec.

First Sunday of Advent

8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
10:00am All Age Worship / Parade / Toy Service The Revd. Matthew Hughes
11:15am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Matthew Hughes
6:30pm Advent Carol Service  
     

10th Dec.

Second Sunday of Advent

 
8:00am Holy Communion - 1662 The Revd. Bill Mullenger
10:00am Confirmation Service The Revd. David Atkinson
11:15am *** There will be no 11:15am Service ***  
6:30pm Evensong - 1662 Susan Midha - Reader
     

Toy Library

The St. Giles Toy Library provides an opportunity for children to borrow good quality toys and to return them after a month.  Donations of new or nearly new toys are always welcome, as are financial donations for the purchasing of new toys.

The Toy Library is normally open on the first Sunday of the month to coincide with the All Age Worship service at 10.00 am.

Prayer Requests

At St. Giles there are opportunities for private and communal prayer, whether it is lighting a candle or praying with others on Sunday morning, we believe God hears our prayers and answers them as may be best for us.

If there are particular issues that you would like prayed for then please let us know. In particular we pray every Sunday for those who are sick and for those who have passed away.

If there is somebody in your circle of family and friends who could
benefit from our prayers, or if you have suffered a recent bereavement please forward the relevant name to the Parish Office.

FAITH AND WORSHIP


Regular Services

Thursdays 10:00am
   Midweek Holy Communion

3rd Tuesday 2pm.
   Lollipop Club 

Festival of Remembrance

Sunday 12th November 6:30pm

At this year’s Festival of Remembrance service in St. Giles church, Lynda Caselton will be speaking about her brother, Flying Officer Alfred Robbins DFC 77 Halifax Squadron, who was posted missing on 23rd April 1944, and later confirmed killed.  She has recently researched and established the circumstances of his death.

This promises to be a very moving and interesting talk and you are welcome to attend. The choir will sing the anthem “Let us now praise famous men” by Vaughan Williams.

Refreshments will be served after the service.


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