When Jesus saw their faith, he said, ‘Friend, your sins are forgiven.’ (Luke 5:20, NIV)
Jesus has been preaching and teaching in various towns and villages. He has healed the sick, and cast out demons. Here we see something new - Jesus forgives sins. Why is this so important, and why is it so amazing?
You would be very welcome to join us at our 10:30am service of Holy Communion in St Andrew, Cuffley, or at 8:30am for a service of Holy Communion in St Thomas, Northaw, this Sunday, as we see how Jesus forgives sins.
The 10:30am Sunday morning service of will be taking place simultaneously online and in-person at St Andrew. Streaming for the 10:30am service will start at 10:25am, and can be accessed directly via Facebook or YouTube, found on our website, and is advertised on our Facebook page and YouTube channel.
If you encounter problems with viewing the service via Facebook (or YouTube) please follow the link for YouTube (or Facebook) instead.
Our children’s church meets this Sunday morning in the Undercroft (underneath the main building). Children are welcome from 10:20, and will join us in the main part of the building at the end of the service.
Monday Morning Service
On Monday mornings at 9am in St Thomas, during term time, we hold our Monday Morning Service. This is a service focussed on the whole school community, but is open to everyone. This service is a great way for the church family and school community can build relationships. We’d love you to join us on Monday mornings.
You would be very welcome to join us for a short service of Morning Prayer in St Andrew at 10:00am on Wednesday morning.
8:30 services at St Thomas
Because of the vicar's leave, and the difficulty of finding cover, there will not be an 8:30am service on 31st July, 7th August, and 14th August.
31st July: Songs of Praise
At the 10:30am service on 31st July, we’re going to have a ‘Songs of Praise’ service. If you’d like to pick a song or hymn to sing, please let me know by Sunday 24th July (firstname.lastname@example.org, 07446 516945) - if you’d be willing to say a few words about why you’ve chosen, that would be very welcome.
“The Tyne to the Thames” for Dementia UK
Christine Muskett will be cycling from the Tyne (Newcastle) to the Thames (Isle of Dogs) over a week from 14th July, estimated to be about 400 miles. Any sponsorship would be very much appreciated, towards her target of £2,500, either online or in person via Christine (020 8367 3781) or Brian. Thank you!
We’re very blessed to have an organist playing with us most Sundays at 10:30. It would be great if we were able to expand that further. If you might interested in being part of some form of choir or play an instrument please be in touch with Chris, the vicar (email@example.com, 07446 516945 / 01707 699030).
This is advance notice that Chris is on leave from 29th July to 15th August.
Our weekly in person Coffee Shop will be taking place this Wednesday from 10:30 to 12:30 in St Andrew, Cuffley, you are very welcome to join us.
Praying during the week
We try to send out an email each week with suggestions for your prayers. If you would like to make any suggestions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as our prayers, there are various appeals raising funds to support those fleeing the conflict and those who cannot leave. Two that you might like to consider are:
The Diocese of St Albans also has some details on some ways we can help support Ukraine.
We are also able to support the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain via the Foodbank. More details of what they are collecting for and what they need are available on our [website][https://norcuff.com/ukraine].
How to join us live
The website has the information on how to join our live services. Do feel free to share the links to our services with friends and relatives; everyone is very welcome to join us, no matter where they are in the world.