Newsletter 9th June 2019

THE BEAULIEU, EXBURY & EAST BOLDRE  NEWSLETTER  

9th June 2019  No. 1846

Website: www.beaulieuchurches.org.uk

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Telephone the office on 01590 612242

Please note: Monday is Father John's rest day. Urgent enquiries on this day should be directed to the Benefice Office 01590 612242, where messages may be left. 

Any articles for the July Magazine need to be sent to the Benefice Office by 12th June.

Sunday 9th June

8.00am    Buckler’s Hard    HOLY COMMUNION  

9.30am    Abbey Church     SUNG COMMUNION

11.15am    St Katharine’s, Exbury    HOLY COMMUNION 

12.30pm for 1.00pm  Abbey Church Hall   Rector’s Lunch

6.30pm  Abbey Church   EVENSONG

Monday 10th June 

10am  - 12noon       Benefice Office

Tuesday 11th June

10am  - 12noon       Benefice Office

Wednesday 12th June

10.30am    Abbey Church    HOLY COMMUNION

7pm – 9pm     Abbey Church Hall  Private booking

Thursday 13th June

10.00 – 12noon    Benefice Office

Saturday 15th June

7.00pm   Abbey Church   Music at Beaulieu - Piccadilly Dance Orchestra

Sunday 16th June

8.00am    Buckler’s Hard  HOLY COMMUNION

9.30am    Abbey Church  SUNG COMMUNION

11.15am   St Paul’s, East Boldre   HOLY COMMUNION

1.00pm   Abbey Church  Baptism

12noon - 4pm   Abbey Church Hall  Private booking

PROMOTING A SAFER CHURCH The Gospel speaks of welcome for all, being faithful to this compels us to take with the utmost seriousness the challenge of preventing abuse from happening and responding well where it has. For information, guidance & resources, please visit : www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding Further information is displayed on the notice boards in the Church porch. Rector: Fr John 01590612183, BPSO: Jane BC 02380879748,   DSA: Jackie R 01962737317.                     

BENEFICE OUTINGS Benefice Visit to St Cross, Winchester - Tuesday 25th June:   Leave the Abbey Meadow at 13.30. Guided tour of the Hospital by the Brothers, followed by afternoon tea. Evensong in the Norman chapel at 16.30 returning to Beaulieu by about 18.30.   Cost is £22.00. Cheques are payable to Beaulieu Abbey Church. Please contact John or Kathy Hughes  02380 207433 or through the Parish Office.

COME AND SING! Come and sing Haydn Missa Brevis (Little Organ Mass) in a liturgical setting for the Eucharist on Corpus Christi Thursday 20thJune, 7.00pm. Optional rehearsals on Sat 15th June, 10.00am & Thursday 20th June, 5.30pm. All at Beaulieu Abbey Church, in association with RSCM. Open to all singers but please inform in advance to Philip Baxter 01590 676493.

MUSIC AT BEAULIEU  Saturday 15th June, 7pm  Tickets £20. The Piccadilly Dance Orchestra presents ‘High Society’. Toe-tapping dance music and glorious songs from a by-gone era including music from Cole Porter’s ‘High Society’. Tickets from www.musicatbeaulieu.org or with a cheque made payable to Music at Beaulieu and posted wth a SAE to PO Box 84  Lymington  SO41 3ZA.

MEN’S BREAKFAST The next Men’s Breakfast will be 8.30am at the Turfcutter’s Arms, East Boldre on Saturday 6th July. 

SEA SUNDAY The Sea Sunday Service will be held on Sunday 14th July at Buckler’s Hard alongside the river, commencing at 6.00pm. Canon Andrew Wright, Gen Sec for the Mission to Seafarers will be giving the Sermon. All are welcome.

MUSICAL GALA Sat July 13th, Beaulieu Abbey Church; Please help to make this evening a great success! The BBC’s Sally Taylor will compère the evening of entertainment from hugely talented local musicians. Seats are limited (priced at £20.00) and already are selling well. This is a major Fund Raising event for Beaulieu Abbey Church, and deserves our support. Please pick up an invitation form from the back of the Abbey Church.

BEAULIEU VILLAGE FETE SAT July 20th; less than 6 weeks to go! Raffle tickets for sale today! Raffle tickets for the Fete Grand Draw are available from today, June 9th. Do please take some (£1.00 per ticket) and try to persuade family, neighbours and friends both to buy, AND to come to the Fete. Prizes are always spectacular! Also, please remember to bring bottles, handbags, any unwanted jewellery, jigsaw puzzles, bric-a-brac etc. See me for the best person to receive the goodies! The Abbey Church receives 50% of the Nett Profit from the Fete, so we really ought to work hard to ensure that it is the success it usually is!   PM                                             

ABBEY CHURCH PEWS Conducting services, it has been clear to me for some time how short of space we are in front of the chancel gates. Following discussions with the Fabric Committee and the PCC, we have decided to create some space to allow for greater flexibility. The 2 front “Montagu pews” are to be shortened and have been temporarily removed to facilitate this. I am considering moving the brass lectern to the east side and the lectern/reading desk to beside my stall. At present as we ‘live’ with this experimental arrangement, I am re-siting the grand piano, providing more space on the west side. It is early days, and I am conscious that folk have firm views on church furniture - just as we do in our homes - and this is particularly so with pews. In the interim, I would value any comments you might have. FJ

Please remember in your prayers: Veronica & David House, Ruth Willrich, Ann & Bruce Wallace, Paul Humphries, Dorothy Alston, Charlotte Hammond, Valerie Wright, Leonard & Joy Taylor, Joyce Creamer, Sydney Jackson, Marigold Jordan, Pat, Andrew & Isabel Tyrrell, Dan Smith,  Lynda Mead and Robert Wainwright. Please help us to keep this up to date. We respect the circumstances of the above named and leave it to them to disclose any personal details.   FJ

Anniversaries of death:  Brenda Biddle (12/06/2018)