Podcasts of Services 2009

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PEWSHEETS
(Newsleaflets)

2009   Problem viewing pdf files?   
27th December
10:30pm
First Sunday of Christmas
Holy Family Sunday
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

25th December
10:30pm
Christmas Day Service Sheet

Address - Fr. Andrew

24th December
11:30pm
Midnight Mass Service Sheet Address-Fr. Andrew
22nd December
12:30pm
Funeral Service for Lincoln Brett   Address-Fr. Andrew
Service
20th December
6:00pm
Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols   Intro
Lesson 1 - Genesis 3.8-151
Lesson 2 - Genesis 22.15-18
Lesson 3 - Isaiah 9.2-7 
Lesson 4 - Isaiah 11.1-9 
Lesson 5 - Luke 1.26-38 
Lesson 6 - Luke 2.1-7 
Lesson 7 - Luke 2.8-12 
Lesson 8 - Matthew 2.1-11 
Lesson 9 - John 1.1-14
20th December
10:30am
Fourth Sunday of Advent
St Wilfrid’s Church receives the peace light from guides and scouts of Bognor. What does it mean for our lives?
Newsleaflet

Intro
Peace_Light

Presentation_Prayers

Peace_Poem

16th December Eucharist 
Advent Perspectives
Fr. Andrew's final Advent talk 'Christ Will Come Again'
  Talk - Fr. Andrew
13th December Third Sunday of Advent
John the Baptist speaks of the need to get our desires reordered so that we can receive the one who heals our hearts from hurts and loneliness Jesus Christ.
Newsleaflet

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

Admission into the choir

9th December
6:30pm
Eucharist 
Advent Perspectives
Fr. Andrew's second of three Advent talks 'Christ Is Risen'
 

Talk - Fr. Andrew

6th December Second Sunday of Advent 
John the Baptist in the tradition of the Old Testament prophets challenged the people to repent and be ready to receive Jesus . The season of Advent offers us the opportunity refocus our lives in the light of the coming of Jesus.
Newsleaflet

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

5th December
7:00pm
Arun Angels Commissioning Service  

Opening - Fr. Andrew
Co-ordinator - Derek Baker
CDRP - Peter Bratton
Police - Chief Insp. Jim Bartlett
Churches Together - Peter Clark
Peaceworks - Chris Seaton
Pres. St. Angels - Derek Baker
Prayer - Rev. Gordon Banks
Close - Fr. Andrew

2nd December
6:30pm
Eucharist 
Advent Perspectives
Fr. Andrew's first of three Advent talks 'Christ has Died'
 

Talk - Fr. Andrew

29th November First Sunday of Advent 
Advent is a time when we engage in self examination, reflection on our prayer for others and how we care for those in need
Newsleaflet

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

22nd November Sunday before Advent 
Christ the King
Jesus redefines the very nature of kingship and priesthood in terms of liberation from all that hold us back in being truly human and sacrificial, compassionate service to all.
Newsleaflet

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

15th November Second Sunday before Advent Newsleaflet  
8th November
6pm
Evensong
Talk by Miranda Cormell - English for Migrant Workers
 

Talk  - Miranda Cormell

8th November
10:30 Eucharist
Remembrance Sunday 
Remembrance Day summons us to passionate prayer for peace in the world and inclusive social action for the common good of all.

Roll of Honour

Newsleaflet

Remembrance Service

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

2nd November Commemoration of the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day)
7:00pm Requiem Mass
Names of the Departed

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

Names of the Departed
Closing Prayers

1st November All Saints Day 
The communion of saints involves the apostles, the martyrs and those whom the Christian recognizes as saints, men and women who know their vulnerability and weakness and allow the love of God to transform them to be like Jesus.
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

25th October Bible Sunday 
‘’ It is the Holy Spirit who shows us how to understand the Bible and apply its message in our daily lives. We grow in knowledge and understanding of the Bible when we study it day by day as individuals, in Bible study groups, and through hearing the Bible read in Church and expounded in the sermon.’’
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

18th October Luke the Evangelist  
Family Eucharist on the theme of Healing
 
Newsleaflet

Talk Fr. Andrew

11th October
6pm
Patronal Festival of St. Wilfrid 
Evensong
with Fr. Mark
 

St. Wilfrid - Fr. Mark

11th October
10:30
Patronal Festival of St. Wilfrid 
Eucharist 
with Fr. Andrew and Joy Gilliver, 
Director of Studies for the Education and Training of Readers, Diocese of Chichester
Newsleaflet

Address - Joy Gilliver

4th October
3:00pm Service
Thanksgiving for Pets Service   Excerpts of Service
4th October
10:30 Eucharist
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity 
Simplicity is the key to the Christian discipleship and this St Francis demonstrated in his life.
Newsleaflet

Intro
Address - Fr. Andrew

27th September Back to Church Sunday - Come as You Are
with Gram Seed
Newsleaflet

Interview with Gram Seed

20th September Harvest Festival - Family Eucharist
Today we are saying THANK YOU for our world and all that is in it. We are saying THANK YOU to God the Father, God the Son and and God the Holy Spirit who have made everything in Love.
Newsleaflet

Talk Fr. Andrew

16th September Funeral of Richard Chapman   Recording
13th September Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity 
10.30 Eucharist    “Jesus gives us an invitation to take up the cross he offers us and to do so with faith and in a spirit joyful acceptance. The Cross is ‘I‘ CROSSED OUT”.

6pm   Evensong     “ The triumph of the cross means we are both reconciled to God and we become agents of reconciliation in and for the world.”

Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

6th September Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity 
   “Jesus shows how evangelism can be done by us in his personal approach to the ministry of healing.”
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

30th August Twelfth Sunday after Trinity 
"After a series of Sunday Gospels from St John, we are back with St Mark. Jesus is being upbraided by the Pharisees and some of the scribes for his disciples' failure to pay attention to the laws governing eating. Jesus points out that it is not the externals but what comes from the heart that matters. Is it not the same in our own day? We have so many laws now, and political correctness is over the top! But our moral decline is due to lip service to the laws to ease our consciences and failure to allow God to transform our hearts"
Newsleaflet

Intro

Address - Fr. Ray

23rd August Eleventh Sunday after Trinity 
“Choose you this day whom you will serve!” (Joshua chapter 24) Should we avoid conversion or commitment because of what may be round the corner? Suppose the scientists find the so called ‘God Particle?’ Will it  explode our faith or lead us more deeply into the mystery of God? What about the conundrums of human sexuality? What about the Eucharist – down the road (or up the road) they believe differently to us! Jesus said “Will you go away too”? (John chapter 6)
Newsleaflet

Intro

Address - Fr. Ray

16th August Tenth Sunday after Trinity 
The Blessed Virgin Mary (from 15th August)
Mary is the one who Guides our pilgrimage of faith
Points us to Jesus, our Saviour and Lord
Protects the individual Christian and the Church from harm
Leads us all into prayer to her Son.

 
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

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Service Details 
 

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9th August Ninth Sunday after Trinity 
Speaker - Derek Baker, Arun Angels Project Coordinator
Newsleaflet

Address - Derek Baker

2nd August Eighth Sunday after Trinity 
Autonomy apart from God means death, the way to fullness of life is through recognizing that everything is a gift from God which includes our own existence.
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

26th July Seventh Sunday after Trinity 
The Gospel today speaks of grace in action, the grace which feeds and sustains us, the grace which gives us hope and courage at critical moments, the grace which calls us to acts of service for others. All rooted and grounded in the love of God manifested and seen in Jesus Christ who is with us and for us wherever whenever.
Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

19th July Sixth Sunday after Trinity

Jesus The Good Shepherd
- leading us to eternal life
- teaching us the ways of God
- bringing us His peace and His love

Newsleaflet Intro
Address - Fr Ray
 
12th July Fifth Sunday after Trinity

“John the Baptist demonstrates his holiness and righteousness by a life which is authentic and possesses simplicity which enables him to view the world and people in a different way. We are called to be and do the same.”

Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

5th July Fourth Sunday after Trinity

The Lord’s power was restricted by the peoples’ lack of faith! We might say, surely Lord, not me? Is our faith too small? Is it wrongly placed or formed? Is our God too small (refer C.S. Lewis’s book of the same title). Let’s open up our hearts and minds so that Jesus power may flood through.

Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Ray

28th June St. Peter and St. Paul

St Peter and St Paul speak to us today of what it means to be truly ‘Church’ in its breadth of vision, its holy living and its service to the world.

 

Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

21st June Second Sunday after Trinity 
Family Eucharist
Newsleaflet

Acted Sermon

14th June First Sunday after Trinity

Being a Christian is like a plant which starts as a seed and reaches full maturity as a fruit bearing plant or shrub. We too are given a seed of faith which given proper nurturing transforms our lives so we become fully human after the pattern of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.
 

Newsleaflet

Address - Fr. Andrew

7th June Trinity Sunday

 We understand the Trinity by engaging in the rhythm of regular worship of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Newsleaflet

Introduction

Address - Fr. Andrew

Churches Together

5th June Funeral Service for Andrew Parr

conducted by the Rev. John Harrington, Rector of Selsey

 

 

Welcome & Introduction

Prayers

Tribute - Richard Myhill
Tribute from the Family
Tribute - Alison his sister

Reading - Richard, his father

Eulogy - John Harrington

Commendation & Dismissal

31st May Pentecost

The Holy Spirit leads us into all truth, the truth about the world, the truth about ourselves, the truth about God as we are dependent upon him, the choice is ours.

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Andrew

Address - Fr. Andrew

28th May 1pm Funeral Service of Sheila Burnham

conducted by Fr. Roger Calder

  Funeral Service

Eulogy - Fr Roger

25th May Sunday after Ascension
The Seventh Sunday of Easter

Jesus prayed “For their (our) sake I consecrate myself, that they also may be consecrated in truth”. He also said, “I AM the Way, the Truth and the Life”. Pilate once asked “What is truth?” – but he didn’t stay to hear Jesus’ answer. Today in the homily we revisit the Feast of the Ascension celebrated here last Thursday, so that we may all bask in the Truth of our salvation of which the Ascension was its consummation and of which our re-sited statue is a perpetual reminder.

 

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Ray Whelan

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

21st May Ascension Day Service

President and Preacher - the Venerable  Douglas McKittrick, Archdeacon of Chichester assisted by Fr. Ray and Fr. Mark

 

  Dedication - Fr. Douglas

Tribute to Retiring Churchwarden Jean Rose - Fr. Douglas

Address - Fr. Douglas

17th May The Sixth Sunday of Easter

Family Eucharist

Every Eucharist is a ‘family eucharist’ but this particular short liturgy today is especially designed for our young people and families who may not be so familiar with the traditional format. Instead of going out to their own ‘liturgy of the word’, children will stay for the whole service, illustrate the Gospel and lead the prayers. Our theme is friendship and love – with each other and primarily with Jesus. Jesus no longer calls us servants but friends!

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Ray Whelan

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

10th May The Fifth Sunday of Easter

There are many false vines which bear sour fruit. Philip breaks the bread of the Scriptures with the Ethiopian, and he is grafted in to the True Vine by Baptism. St John proclaims They who abide in love, abide in God. Jesus is the True Vine and as we confess His Name, we are grafted into Him and we grow through His love into abundant and wholesome fruitfulness.

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Ray Whelan

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

3rd May The Fourth Sunday of Easter

What’s in a name? Everything! Ancient cultures laid great significance to a person’s name – if you knew their name you had a particular relationship, even power concerning that person. The Name of Jesus stems from ‘Jehovah Saves’. The crippled man in the first reading was saved by the Name.

St John exhorts us all to believe in the Name, Today we celebrate Jesus the Good Shepherd who knows us all by name. He is our pastor who calls us all to pastor our brothers and sisters as members of His priestly body, the Church.

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Ray Whelan

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

26th April The Third Sunday of Easter

Following His Resurrection from the dead, Jesus appears to his disciples on the Road to Emmaus, then (today’s Gospel) to the Eleven Apostles gathered in Jerusalem. He is no ghost! He eats and drinks with them. Both times, there is a Eucharistic celebration. Jesus dines with them (Rev 3:20) and opens the Scriptures to them. So with our celebration today. He comes to us to raise us up and so that we can bear witness to Him in the world.

Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr. Ray Whelan

Address - Fr. Ray Whelan

19th April The Second Sunday of Easter

The Resurrection appearances of Jesus all happen in the ordinary stuff and events of life and the important result of these appearances is the witness of the apostles to the hope of the resurrection which they preach with courage, clarity and compassion. Mission was their priority and so it should be for us as a community of faith. Some tentative ways forward are suggested as to how this can be done in 2009.

Newsleaflet Address - Fr. Andrew
12th April Easter Sunday Newsleaflet Fr. Andrew with the Junior Church
11th April Holy Saturday
Easter Vigil with the lighting of the Paschal Candle and the first Eucharist of Easter

Fr. Mark's address based on The Easter Sermon of St. John Chrysostom (Pastor of Constantinople ~400 AD)

Easter Lilies Address - Fr Mark

Souls of the Faithful
 

5th April Palm Sunday Newsleaflet The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ According to Mark
3rd April Funeral Service for Philip James Wadsworth
Father of Rev. Andrew and Jonathan Wadsworth
 

Service conducted by Rev. Canon Tim Scholfield, Precentor of Chichester Cathedral

 

Introduction
Fr Andrew

Opening & Collects
Rev. Canon Tim Schofield

Reading - Ecclesiasticus 44: 1-15
read by Jonathan Wadsworth

Address
by the Rev. Andrew Wadsworth

Prayers
by the Rev. Ray Whelan

Poem - The Gamekeeper's Potting Shed
read by Jonathan Wadsworth

Commendation, Last Post & Reveille,Blessing

29th March pm The Fifth Sunday of Lent
Compline and Readings from 'Words are not enough' published by the Medical Foundation 

Theme of Address: Forgiveness
Liturgy for Compline Compline Service (full)

Address - Fr. Andrew

29th March am The Fifth Sunday of Lent
Eucharist
Newsleaflet Address - Fr Ray Whelan
22nd March pm The Fourth Sunday of Lent
Compline and Readings from 'Words are not enough' published by the Medical Foundation

Theme of Address: Exile
 
Liturgy for Compline Compline Service
Fr. Andrew
22nd March am Mothering Sunday
The Fourth Sunday of Lent
Family Eucharist with pupils from Nyewood School and Junior members of St. Wilfrid's
Newsleaflet  
15th March pm The Third Sunday of Lent -
Compline and Readings from 'Words are not enough' published by the Medical Foundation 

Theme of Address: Bystanders
 
Liturgy for Compline Address - Fr Andrew
15th March am The Third Sunday of Lent

I invite you , therefore, in the name of the Church, to the observance of a holy Lent, by PRAYER, FASTING and SELF-DENIAL

PRAYER:        Making time and space to be silent with God for God for others

FASTING:        A way of drawing near to God by abstaining from food

SELF-DENIAL: Acts of sacrifice and love done to others in need quietly and in a hidden way.

Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
8th March pm The Second Sunday of Lent -
Choral Evensong and Readings from 'Words are not enough' published by the Medical Foundation

Theme of Address: Interrogation
 
Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
8th March am The Second Sunday of Lent -
Family Eucharist - 'The Face of God with a smile on it'

As part of the Bognor Regis Clown Convention taking place at Butlins, it was a pleasure to welcome Roly Bain, full time clown and Church of England priest.  
 
Newsleaflet Introduction - Fr Andrew

Bubble Prayers - Rev Roly Bain 
 

1st March pm The First Sunday of Lent -
Compline and Readings from 'Words are not enough' published by the Medical Foundation 

Theme of Address: Betrayal
 
Liturgy for Compline Address - Fr Andrew
1st March am

The First Sunday of Lent - Eucharist

Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
25th February Ash Wednesday Eucharist -

There is more to Lent than simply giving up sweets says Father Andrew.
Web article Introduction

Address - Fr Andrew
 

22nd February The Sunday before Lent Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
15th February The Second Sunday before Lent
Family Eucharist -

Celebrating our Church Schools.
Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew

What have we learnt? -Nyewood School
 
8th February Education Sunday -
The Year of the Child explored

Parish Eucharist

Newsleaflet Address - Mrs Wendy Morris
1st February The Feast of the Presentation of the Lord (Candlemass)

Christ, is revealed as the light to enlighten the Gentiles and the Glory of God's people. 

 
Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
25th January Third Sunday after Epiphany

The Lord 
Reveals Himself At The Wedding of Cana
Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew

 
18th January We're all special: 

A Service to mark the beginning of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity  
 
Newsleaflet The L'arche Community Bognor
18th January Family Eucharist -

The Baptism of Jesus

Newsleaflet Address - Fr Andrew
11th January The Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord - 

Choral Evensong
Newsleaflet Address - Mr. Philip Whearton 
Gideon Society
11th January The Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord - 

Parish Eucharist
Newsleaflet Address-Fr Andrew
4th January The Feast of the Epiphany Newsleaflet  Address-Fr Andrew

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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