next Sunday, and every first Sunday of the month, at 1700.
Quin Delport, who is in the ‘discernment process’ for ordained ministry will be joining us from the parishes of Brighton, St Matthias and St Richard for a short placement to explore a church tradition very different to his own. He will be with us on 3rd and 24th April and 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd May. Please make him welcome and pray for him and his family.
Lent Charity Lunches
Come along to church on Tuesdays in Lent at 1200 for fellowship and a simple lunch of homemade soup, baguette, tea and biscuits – all for £5. Proceeds after costs will support St Anne’s Day Centre in Kemp Town. For those that would like to join, there will be a half-hour Bible study from 1115-1145. Or just come for lunch!
This year’s APCM (rather like an AGM) will be on Sunday 1st May after the 1000 Parish Eucharist. We will elect Churchwardens to serve for the coming year and members of the Parochial Church Council (where there are vacancies – posts are usually held for three years). Annual reports and accounts will be available a couple of weeks in advance of the meeting.
Friday 1st April at 1900
Sing-along film night – Singing in the Rain
Entry £10. Refreshments available.
Saturday 2nd April at 1900: Hope for Ukraine
Well-known TV actor and local resident Tom Cotcher and friends present a charity concert of Ukrainian & Slavic music and poetry.
Entry £10. Refreshments available.
Sunday 3rd April at 1000: Parish Eucharist
Collection will be donated in entirety to Ukraine.
All three events are to raise money for the Disasters Emergency Committee Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.
You might also think of supporting the Link to Hope appeal: https://linktohope.co.uk/campaigns/donate-to-the-ukraine/
A new CD
Bob Lewis has released a new CD including settings of poems by Bob Copper. If you would like a copy, please contact Bob directly at 41 Coombe Vale, Saltdean, BN2 8HN, tel. 01273 303 818. CDs are £5 each or £8 to include post and packing.
Walking the Sahara for charity
Lyndsay Gardner, a member of our congregation and former PCC member applied to Coppafeel, a breast cancer awareness charity in London, to walking 100km across the Sahara Desert. She is going to the Sahara desert later in the year! To help Lyndsay raise £3,000, please go to: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Lyndsay-treks-the-sahara
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES
PALM SUNDAY, 10TH APRIL AT 1000
LITURGY OF THE PALMS & EUCHARIST
MAUNDY THURSDAY, 14TH APRIL AT 1900
SOLEMN LITURGY & WATCH UNTIL MIDNIGHT
GOOD FRIDAY, 15TH APRIL AT 1400
(Concert at 1900 – see below)
HOLY SATURDAY, 16TH APRIL AT 2000
THE GREAT EASTER VIGIL
followed by an Easter Party in church
EASTER SUNDAY, 17TH APRIL AT 1000
Knit & Natter
The group meets on Wednesdays at 1900 in church. New members always welcome. We knit and we natter. Just come along! The group will break for Easter and will not be meeting on Wednesdays 13th and 20th April. Meetings will resume on 27th April. Sue Leaney – 07803 179 617
MUSIC AT ST MARGARET’S
Sunday 10th April (Palm Sunday) at 1930
Ovingdean Choral Society
Maunder’s Olivet to Calvary; pieces by Fauré, Brahms and Salieri.
Friday 15th April (Good Friday) at 1900
Haydn – The Seven Last Words from the Cross
String Quartet with reflections by Margaret Howard. Tickets £10.
Saturday 30th April 2022 at 1800
The Girls’ Choir of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge
Works by Purcell, Fauré and Pergolesi, also songs by Richard Rodney Bennett. Organ pieces played by the College Organ Scholar. Concluding with songs on scientific themes, from the choir’s project ‘Stem in Song’. Tickets £10.