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Dear Reader, November is a month when we are encouraged to REMEMBER— to remember lives laid down in conflicts past and present; to remember the lives of our loved ones gone before us; and, within the Church, to remember All Saints and All Souls departed this mortal life. Remembering is something the Church does each time it gathers to celebrate the mystery of Holy Communion; for in taking and sharing bread and wine we are doing what Jesus asked us to do in remembrance of him. By this act of remembering we are sustained in the present moment of our lives and given hope for the future—death does not have the last word! But, is being ‘sustained in the present moment’ enough? Is remembering enough? Only if it includes a desire expressed so succinctly by a Christian writer from the fourth century: “Begin the work of peace within yourself so that,


once you are at peace yourself, you can bring peace to others.” Rev’d Adam


Fair Trade Department Store at Emmanuel Church Hall, Sat 12th Nov, 10am – 4pm


A huge selection of Crafts & Jewellery created by Tearcraft; plus Traidcraft Gifts, Christmas Cards & Decorations, Greeting Cards, Toys, Puzzles, Food, Confectionary, and so much more...


Refreshments all day - Proceeds to support the ECHO Project


For more information or to get involved call Annette Adams (01287) 624674


Emmanuel Church


Tel: 0752 767 1437 Email: emmanuelsalt- burn@hotmail.co.uk


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The Church of England ‘Emmanuel’


Saltburn Parish Church Sunday


9.00am Holy Communion


10.00am Refreshments in Hall 10.30am Morning Worship / Children’s Groups


Tuesday


9.30am Holy Communion Special Services


Sunday 13th November


6pm Vigil Communion for Peace Sunday 27th November


6pm Advent Candlelit Communion


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