Services this Sunday;
10.30am Marown, A Service of Prayer and Commemoration for Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
6.30pm Baldwin CW Holy Communion
Also, at 3.30pm in the Cathedral, a special Diocesan and Civic Choral Evensong will be sung in Thanksgiving of Queen Elizabeth II. It will include special music from the Cathedral choir and the service will be led by the Lord Bishop of Sodor and Mann. All welcome.
At 8pm tonight (18 Sept) is a National Moment of Reflection to mourn the passing of Her Majesty the Queen, marked by a one-minute silence across the British Isles.
It can be done privately at home, with friends and family, or on your doorstep or you can join those gathering at the Millennium Hall in Crosby.
Services next week;
10.30am at Marown Morning Praise & 3pm Holy Baptism
6.30pm Baldwin, a Harvest Concert by Caarhyn Cooidjagh, beginning with light refreshments and including a raffle.
In another week of significant change I send out this pew sheet following the Proclamation of King Charles III, Lord of Man in two ceremonies here, last Sunday at Government House and on Friday on Tynwald Hill. Many churches are holding services of prayer and remembrance tomorrow including ourselves at Marown Parish Church (10.30am as usual). I am delighted that we will be joined by our friends form the Crosby Methodist Chapel and the Revd Dr Jo Smart.
There will also be a minute’s silence observed at 8pm tomorrow in Crosby at the Millennium Hall. Everyone is welcome to either of these events.
There are a number of other items of news on our pew sheet so please do take a look at those.
I pray you will have a safe and blessed week.
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All best wishes and prayers,