Sunday 14 October: Harvest Lunch at Baggersee

Offerings on Sunday
The plate offering on 14th October will go in support of those in the city who are served by the Salvation Army. Also, bring to church next Sunday non-perishable foods to be given to the Salvation Army food ministries.
After church the annual autumn lunch will take place at Baggersee.
To get there take tram E in the direction of Campus d’Illkirch, get off at stop Hohwart. From there it is a ten-minute walk left along the rue du Languedoc, then right down the rue du Baggersee.
Please contact Anny Samuels, 06 67 57 20 57, to give an idea of what you plan to bring.  We also need volunteers to arrange tables and chairs and to wash up / clean up afterwards.
Le dimanche prochain vous êtes invité(s) à apporter à l’église des aliments non-périssables pour partager avec ceux qui sont servis par l’Armée du Salut. L’offrande sera également destinée à l’Armée du Salut.
Veuillez vous contacter Anny Samuels 06 67 57 20 57 pour le lunch à Baggersee en la disant ce que vous prévoyez fournir au repas. Nous aurons également besoin d’un coup de main après pour la remise en ordre de la salle.   Pour arriver à Baggersee prenez le tram E vers Illkirch, en sortant à Hohwart. Suivez la rue du Languedoc à la gauche jusqu’à la rue du Baggersee à la droite.

 

Prière œcuménique au Temple Neuf

Effata – Ouvre-toi !
Effate  – c’est le thème cette année pour les célébrations de prière œcuménique qui auront lieu les premiers dimanches du mois au Temple Neuf. Celles-ci rassembleront mensuellement chrétiens de toute confession – anglicane, catholique, orthodoxe et protestante – de 18h à 19h pour manifester leur unité et prier que cette unité soit de plus en plus réaliser de nos jours.
Christians of all confessions – Anglican, Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant – will be gathering monthly at the Temple Neuf on first Sundays from 6 to 7 pm to pray for Christian unity. This year’s theme is Effate – Be opened, recalling Jesus’ opening the ears and mouth of the deaf-mute man in Mark’s Gospel.
Next meetings:    Sunday 4 November, 18.00 – 19.00h
                               Sunday 2 December, 18.00 – 19.00h

 

The Chaplaincy Council’s Day Apart on 15th September

 

Recently the Chaplaincy Council spent a day at Centre Culturel St Thomas to reflect on who we are, consider our strengths and think about where God might we leading us in the future. We prayed together, ate together and deliberated over a number of matters that are affecting the Chaplaincy at this time.
We are a welcoming community with a stable active congregation which has origins dating back nearly fifty years. There are a wide range of age groups and religious backgrounds, coming from many different countries. This diversity has enriched our liturgical, musical and even culinary traditions.
We continue to enlarge educational opportunities, recreational events and community service for both children and adults. More effort is being given to organise activities for young adults, including university students and couples with children.
In the near future greater focus will be given to Stewardship and the need to meet our financial commitments to Chaplaincy ministries. An organising committee was named and planning has begun.
It has also come to our attention that the Centre Mounier is going to be extensively renovated, beginning in March 2019, including the space that is currently being used by St Alban’s for Sunday School and the coffee hour. The Council will consider various solutions over the coming months in preparation for this period of disruption.
Dates and arrangements for upcoming activities were also discussed: the Bishop’s visit and admission of two new Readers, Harvest Festival and autumn lunch as well as dates for activities around Advent and Christmas.

Tuesday Prayers – Come Join Us !

Mark Barwick writes:
All are welcome to come to the Chaplaincy flat, 12 avenue de la Forêt Noire, every Tuesday from 18h30 to 19h30 for a time to pray. Whether you are new to prayer, frustrated with prayer or an experienced practitioner, you will find a place alongside others in all simplicity and in a spirit of mutual encouragement. If you are not able to join us physically, you can pray with us and for us where you are. You can also leave your requests for prayer in the box at the back of the church.

Season of Creation and Harvest Lunch 14 October at Baggersee

Each year, from 1 September, die Global Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, to 4 October, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, many Anglicans use the Season of Creation – also known as Creation Time –
to pray and commit themselves to the care and healing of the Earth.  Archbishop Zacharie Masimango Katanda, Primate of the Province de l’Eglise Anglicane du Congo, comments:
“The environment is God’s gift to everyone, and in our use of it we have a responsibility towards the poor, towards future generations and towards humanity as a whole. . . Changes in lifestyle based on traditional moral virtues can ease the way to a sustainable and equitable world economy….”
At St. Alban’s, the Sunday School has taken up this theme for the coming weeks.
Creation Time culminates with Harvest Festival on 14 Octobe, followed by a Harvest Lunch at Baggersee.
Please let Anny Samuels (Tel. 06 67 57 20 57) know what you plan to bring in the way of food and/or drinks.  You can also volunteer to set up tables and chairs, and wash up/clear up afterwards.
Merci de nous diser ce que vous prévoyer fournir au repas (appelez Anny Samuels, 06 67 57 20 57).  Vous pouvez également offrir de donner un coup de main pour le montage avant et/ou la remise en ordre après.

Commemorating the abolition of slavery Commémoration de l’abolition de l’esclavage

St Alban’s joined in the celebration to commemorate the170th anniversary of the decree to end slavery in the French colonies. The ecumenical ceremony took place on 6th May at St Vincent de Paul Church in Meinau.
St Alban a participé à la célébration commémorant les 170 ans du décret d’abolition de l’esclavage dans les colonies françaises. La cérémonie oecuménique a eu lieu le 6 mai à l’Eglise St Vincent de Paul à Meinau.

 

 

 

Commémoration de l’abolition de l’esclavage

En 2018, la France commémore les 170 ans du décret d’abolition de l’esclavage dans ses anciennes colonies et a fixé le 10 mai comme Journée Nationale dédiée à la reconnaissance de l’esclavage comme crime contre l’Humanité.
Cérémonie œcuménique dimanche 6 mai à 16h, Église St Vincent de Paul , 2 place de l’Ile de France, 67100 Strasbourg/ Meinau
For more information about subsequent events see
https://www.facebook.com/ceragstrasbourg/

                             

                            

 

Services during Holy Week and at Easter

Next Sunday is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week, which commemorates the Passion (sufferings) of Christ. It ends the evening before Easter, the central feast of the liturgical year, celebrating the Resurrection of Christ and his victory over the powers of evil and death.

Le dimanche prochain est le dimanche des rameaux et le début de la Semaine sainte, qui commémore la Passion (souffrances) du Christ. Celle-ci se termine la veille de Pâques, fête principale de l’année liturgique : la célébration de la Résurrection du Christ et de sa victoire sur les pouvoirs du mal et de la mort.

HOLY WEEK AND EASTER

at the Dominicain Church, 41 blvd de la Victoire, unless otherwise indicated

Those wishing to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) in preparation for Easter may contact the clergy through the Chaplaincy Office (03 69 57 40 03) to arrange a time to meet.

Ceux qui souhaitent célébrer le Sacrement de la Réconciliation (Confession) en préparation de Pâques peuvent contacter le clergé par l’intermédiaire de l’Aumônerie (03 69 57 40 03) pour prendre rendez-vous.

Palm Sunday, March 25th

10h30 Palm Sunday Liturgy and Holy Eucharist

15h00 Liturgie des rameaux et Sainte Eucharistie (chez les Pères Oblats, 21 route de la Wantzenau, 67000 Strasbourg)

Monday in Holy Week, March 26th

Holy Eucharist and pause for reflection

chez Victoria and Kevin Sérenque

35, rue des Malteries, 67300 Schiltigheim at 19h00

Tuesday in Holy Week, March 27th

Sainte Eucharistie et moment de reflection

chez Jeanne et Richard Razafindratsima

19, rue Vauban, 67000 Strasbourg at 18h30

Wednesday in Holy Week, March 28th

Holy Eucharist and pause for reflection

chez Eila Walker, 21 rue Auguste Himly, 67000 Strasbourg at 19h00

Maundy Thursday / Jeudi Saint, March 29th

Liturgy and Holy Communion

Chapelle Protestante de l’Hôpital Civil at 19h00

Good Friday / Vendredi Saint, March 30th

13h00 – 14h30 Liturgy

15h00 Chemin de la Croix avec la communauté dominicaine

 

Easter Day / Jour de Pâques, 1er avril

Holy Eucharist / Sainte Eucharistie 10h45

Lunch at 12 avenue de la Forêt-Noire