Notices for Remembrance Sunday

The flowers in church today carry a special meaning for Armistice Day.  The pink roses symbolise appreciation and gratitude, the white roses symbolise peace and spirituality. Mary Whitlock

On Sunday 11th November, road closures will be in place for: Banbury Road from its junction with Parks Road to its junction with St Giles’; Beaumont Street from its junction with St John Street to its junction with St Giles’; Keble Road; Magdalen Street East and West.  St Giles’ will be closed from 12:01 am to 2 pm on Sunday 11 November 2018.  Parking will be suspended in St Giles’ during the Remembrance Sunday event.

Safeguarding at St Giles’ Church: Please read the information at http://shorturl.at/stJOX and let Siân (contact details overleaf) know if you are able to attend the training.

Lunchtime Talk at St Giles’: On Thurs 15th  Nov at 12:30 pm – Pertinent Questions.  Provocative Answers.  Speaker – Penny Faust.  Everyone welcome!

Jazz at St Giles’: (All concerts start at 7:30 pm).  17th November – Brickwork Lizards; 24th November – Tommaso Starace; 1st December – David Gordon Trio.  Tickets: £15/£12 (concessions)/£8 (students)/£5 (children).

Sunday 18th Nov (Second Sunday before Advent): 8:00 am – Holy Communion (BCP);10:30 am – Holy Communion; 6:30 pm – Choral Evensong.

Creation in Crisis: A Christian response to the environmental issues of today; 6 pm onSunday 18th November at St Andrew’s, Linton Road, Oxford.

Joint Advent Carol Service on Sunday 2nd Dec, 6:00 pm at St Margaret’s.

St Giles’ Churchyard clean-up: This will take place from 10 am-1 pm on Sat 8th Dec.  If you can help, please let me know.  Bring secateurs and shears, and equip yourself with gloves.  It would be great if we could get a team of six to ten people to help with this clean-up for Christmas.          Andrew

www.st-giles-church.org

Prayer Requests (Cycle of Prayer: Week 3)

Sick:                 Heather Poole, George Pulford, Becca Henderson, Roy Darke, 
John Ashton, Claire Woods, Andrew McLean

RIP:                 

Year’s Mind:    16th November – Joan Spencer (2005)